BUILDER: Wright/Allied Yacht Co. YEAR: 1976 MODEL: Seawind II RIG: Ketch Rig HULL MATERIAL: FRP ENGINE: Westerbeke 25HP diesel DISPL: 14,900 lbs. BALLAST: 5,800 lbs.

ACCOMMODATIONS: Forward compartment has "V" berth arrangement with chain locker behind forward- bulkheads full length shelves over berths (port and starboard). Teak plywood sheathing on hull sides. Bulkhead mounted dinette, top-loading storage under all berths, 2 large storage ports in back rests of berths, shelves over berths. Head/shower has 2 separate entrances with solid cherry doors, standard marine toilet, storage compartment behind head. Vanity area includes oval stainless steel sink, two large cabinets behind vanity with sliding doors, mirror on head door, Formica counter tops. Teak sole throughout, all wooden bulkheads with attractive wood grain laminate used throughout, one piece molded headliner throughout, all interior trim of natural teak, companionway ladder of solid teak, engine access door behind companionway ladder, teak hatch boards, sliding hatch over companionway. Headroom 6' 2". Berths 6.

GALLEY: Gimbaled 2 burner gas stove & oven, 6 cubic ft. capacity top-loading ice box with teak shelves, four large cabinets with sliding doors behind stove, large deep stainless steel sink, Hot & Cold pressure water hand operated ice box water pump, storage areas below sink, Formica counter tops throughout galley area, cutting board cover over sink.

ELECTRONICS/MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL: Datamarine Depth, Knot/Log, Standard VHF radio, Jensen Marine Stereo cassette, Cockpit mounted gusher bilge pump, cockpit mounted engine controls, 12V battery with switch panel with circuit breakers, 12V cabin lights conveniently located, running lights, bow light, stern light, 40 gal. fuel tank with deck fill, 60 gal. stainless steel water tank.

COCKPIT, DECK & HULL: Rack & pinion wheel steering, Deck, cockpit and cabin are reinforced hand lay-up fiberglass with end cut balsa core construction in all walking areas affording additional stiffness and insulation. Non-skid pattern is molded into deck, cockpit and cabin top, deck features molded toe rail, two dorade vents with cowl vents, storm cover over main hatch. The 9' cockpit has large sail lockers port and starboard, raised helmsman seat. Stainless steel stemmed fitting with bowsprit, aluminum rub rail, 10� " bow cleat, 8' Genoa tracks with cars port and starboard mounted on rail, interior and companionway handrails, forward hatch, 4 large fixed ports, 4 small fixed ports, aluminum main sheet traveler with car and stops mounted on bridge deck, 24" stainless steel stanchions and single vinyl covered lifelines, (2) 8" stern cleats and chocks.

SAILS & RIGGING: 2 #40 jib sheet winches with handle and jib sheet cleats, #8 main halyard winch, stainless steel main halyard with shackle, #8 jib halyard winch and halyard cleat on mast stainless steel jib-halyard with braided Dacron tail and snap shackle, stainless steel mizzen halyard with braided Dacron tail and shackle, main and mizzen sheets with blocks and cam cleats, main boom downhaul, main and mizzen topping lifts with shackles, Genoa gear.

DETAILS: The SEAWIND II is the 32-foot heir of Allied Boat's Seawind. A record-setting Sea- wind, The Apogee, was the first yacht with a fiberglass hull to circumnavigate the world. Brawny and beautiful, The strong, seamless fiberglass hull has a long, straight keel, and a protected rudder. Hull construction is hand lay-up fiberglass, employing full length layers of woven roving and mat. Internal ballast is first quality cast lead, glassed into hull cavity and sealed over with layers of mat and woven roving. Bronze thru-hull fittings are used on all underwater thru-hulls.

Zephyrus is a 1976 hull launched in 1977. The seller has owned the boat the past 19 years.

LOA 31' 7" Beam 10' 5" Draft 4' 6"

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Lilacs and Hickory


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:



Builder: Allied

Designer: Tom Gillmer



LOA: 31'7"'

LWL: 25'6"

Beam: 10'5"

Displacement: 14,900 lb

Draft: 4'6"

Ballast: 5,800 lb




Engine(s): Westerbeke

Engine(s) HP: 25

Hours: 3000


Accommodations and Layout
True world cruiser with comfort and space below. Above decks she offers a very safe and secure cockpit, easily traveled side decks, and open bow with bow pulpit. Below decks the 32 Sea Wind offers comfort and room normaly not found on pocket world cruisers: large v-berth with vanity and hanging locker, head with vanity and hot and cold shower, roomy and open salon with full galley, nav station and drop dinnette table. Perfect for two adults cruising the oceans of the world or for a small family enjoying weekends or summer vacations.


Cruising Galley includes 3 burner propane stove with oven, sink with pressure and manual pump water, ice box and ample storage for cruising.


Depth, Speed, VHF


Sails and Rigging
Masthead Ketch rig, main, mizzen, roller furling, storm jib, 130% genoa


Engine and electrical Systems
Westerbeke 25hp diesel, three blade prop, dual batteries with selector switch, 12v breaker panel, 120v shore power


Safety Equipment
Fire extinguishers, flares, horseshoe throwable, MOB kit with rail mount, anchor, chain and rode


Canvas and Other Extras
Radar reflector, Nymph Yacht Tender dinghy, sail covers, hatch cover, wheel cover