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If you like classic good looks, seaworthy boats that are designed to give you comfort at sea come see the Allied Seawind II. The Allied Seawind II ketch Apogee was the first fiberglass boat to circumnavigate. It is very strongly built yacht with comfortable accommodations and she will sail very well. 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. Head room in the salon is over six feet three inches. There is a large comfortable cockpit, good access to move forward and aft without being a contortionist and a ketch rig to make sail handling easy in bad weather and capability to carry a lot of sail in light winds. Accommodations for 5 people and space to be comfortable are a strong feature of this boat. Come see a yacht with a strong tradition.







Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:




Builder: Wright Allied

Designer: Thomas Gillmer



LOA: 32'

LWL: 25' 6"

Beam: 10' 5"

Displacement: 14900 lbs

Draft: 4' 6"

Bridge Clearance: 44'

Ballast: 5800 lbs lead





Engine(s): Westerbeke

Engine(s) HP: 27

Engine Model: M30

Hours: 2090

Cruising Speed: 6

Max Speed: 8







Fuel: 40 steel

Water: 60 aluminum

A Vee Berth is forward with storage shelf & filler cushion. Hanging locker to port. Ensuite entrance to Head and an additional entrance door into the main salon. A single settee berth is to port. A starboard settee makes down to a double berth. A large drop leaf table seats four and folds away on the bulkhead. Four opening ports plus two Dorades and two deck hatches provide good ventilation. Galley is to port with a 3 burner propane stove & oven. Ice box with cold plates and a stainless steel sink with pressure water. The Navigation Station provides extra counter space with drawers is to starboard. Soles are teak and holly. The bulkheads and trim are teak veneers.
Charcoal heater on the forward bulkhead.


The Galley is to Port of the companionway and is well planned with plenty of storage and counter space and is well ventilated. A large S/S rectangular single bowl sink is outfitted with cold fresh water service via electric pump and salt water via hand pump. A gimbaled three burner propane Kenyon stove with oven. 13 lb aluminum LPG tank. New Magma stainless steel LPG grill on the stern rail.


One Standard Horizon Eclipse + VHF radio transceiver, at the Navigation Station. One Garmin 128 GPS receiver, One autopilot, Autohelm ST4000 with remote control One knot log, Datamarine S100Kl on cockpit bulkhead One depth finder, Datamarine S200Dl on cockpit bulkhead.
Danforth 5" compass rebuilt.
Kenwood model KRC335 AM/FM/Cassette stereo and a 6 disc CD changer.


120 volt 30 amp shore power.
One battery charger/inverter Heart Interface Freedom 7 automatic, 1500 watts in the cockpit locker. One battery isolator, Powerline PL1-130-2 in engine room. Two deep cycle size 31 house batteries and a size 27 starting battery.


Edson rack and pinion steering.
New life lines.
CQR 25 lb plow anchor with about 65� of 3/8" chain and 200� of nylon rode.
Bruce 10 Kg plow anchor with about 12� of 7/16" chain and about 150� of nylon rode.
USCG safety package. Automatic and manual bilge pumps.
aluminum folding boarding ladder.


One double slab reefed main by Harden. One 130% genoa sail by Harden. One 110% genoa sail by Harden. One mizzen sail by Harden. One mizzen staysail by Harden. Storm trisail. New main halyard, mizzen halyard and topping lift. New main and mizzen sail covers. Schaefer headsail roller furling.
2 Barient #23 ST jib winches. 2 Barient #10 main winches. 1 Barient #9 Mizzen winch. Whisker pole. Aluminum masts stepped on deck.