My ketch was built in 1979. hin CYKSW102179MK-II . She is documented for recreation No.622044.

I bought her in July 1998 from one Duncan Pardee and two years later changed the name from VOYAGER to DOYEN (the name fo my three earlier boats). Duncan said he had to sell it her for reasons of health but had spent a great deal buying all new spars and standing rigging.

From papers left on board I gather that former owners named Fransen, of Annapolis, sailed her to Bermuda and back. In Dec. 2000 I sailed her nonstop from Marsh Harbor to St. Thomas, about 1000 miles in 9 days. Beating, I might add, all the way.

I added a 75w solar panel, dinghy davits, and in 2000 a Doyle "Stackpack" main. New compressor for the refrigerator installed in 2004 .

Though it breaks my heart to part with her, I've become too old and decrepit to sail her any more. She currently lies at the Manhasset Bay Shipyard, hauled out, in Port Washington, NY. She is very well found and in good condition.

For Sale



Builder: Allied

Designer: Tom Gillmer



LOA: 31'7"

LWL: 25'6"

Beam: 10'5"

Displacement: 14,900 Lbs.

Draft: 4'6"

Ballast: 5,800 Lbs.




Engine(s): Westerbeke 30 Diesel



Fuel: 40 Gallons

Water: 60 Gallons

Holding: Yes


The salon had cushions with new foam in the settees. There is a fold-down dining table seating 4-6 that mounts against the bulkhead. Custom made screens for all hatches and portholes. 6'2" headroom.

The galley is equipped with gimballing stainless steel 2-burner Origo stove with oven, icebox that holds 80+ lbs. of ice with plenty of room for food, refrigeration compressor, dishes, pressure fresh water at faucet and foot pump, and a sea water hand pump.

Berths for 5, head with shower, lots of storage.



  • Solar panel, 75 watt, mounted
  • Shore power cable, 100'
  • 4 Outlets
  • Cockpit & bow plug

Electronics & Navigation

  • GPS, hard wired, folds out to read from cockpit
  • Depth finders, 2
  • Autopilot
  • Short wave multi-band receiver
  • Stereo, AM/FM, tape deck, twin speakers

Engine Details & Mechanical

  • Westerbeke 30 diesel, 5 hours since professional overhaul
  • Raycor fuel tank pre-filter
  • Fuel shut-off at tank
  • 3-bladed Propeller
  • Spare propeller
  • Origo cabin heater, unused
  • 2 Electric fans
  • Electric water pressure pump
  • Electric shower pumpout
  • Icebox manual pump
  • Refrigeration compressor, new 2004, draws 5 amps
  • (2) Fire extinguishers
  • Tools, maintenance gear
  • Spare tank forward, needs plumbing

  • Sails & Rigging

    • Aluminum masts, booms, stainless steel standing rigging, 1998
    • Spinnaker/whisker pole, telescoping
    • Boom vang, preventer
  • Sail Area = 555 sq.ft.
  • Doyle Stackpack mainsail, 2000
  • Johnson mainsail
  • Johnson mizzen with sail cover
  • Hild lapper jib, roller reefing
  • Spinnaker, small

  • Deck & Hull

    • 300 lb. Mushroom mooring, 18" ball, 45' 1/2" chain, pick-up buoy, (2) 3/4" nulon pennants
    • Anchor, 35 lb. CQR, 80' 3/8" BBB chain, 100' 5/8" nylon rode
    • Anchor, 15 lb. Danforth, 20' 3/8" chain, 100' 1/2" nylon rode
    • Anchor windlass, manual
    • Danforth lunch hook, 100' 3/8" nylon
    • Fenders, dock lines
    • New hatch for steering wheel well
    • Teak hatch boards, varnished
    • Winter frame with cover
  • Edson dinghy davits
  • Achilles inflatable, custom one-piece floorboard, overhauled 2005
  • Mercury outboard, 2 hp, 2004, less than 20 hours, still winterized
  • Dodger, new cover 2001
  • Bimini, under mizzen, full side & rear curtains, screen cloth & roll-up vinyl panels, fill-in panel to dodger
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit sole gratings
  • Cockpit table, custom teak, folds against mizzen
  • Safety equipment
  • Flares, various ages
  • Several safety harnesses
  • 12 volt spotlight
  • 2 Dorade vents

  • Design, Construction & Finish
    Heavy duty hand layid fiberglass construction. Ketch rig, full keel, skeg mounted rudder and deck-stepped masts. Hull is hand layed up, deck and cabin trunk balsa cored. Teak and holly sole. Generous amount of teak throughout. Caulmings and trim are going to be refinished.

    • Sail area to displacement ratio = 14.196
    • Beam to length ratio = .328
    • Theoretical hull speed = 6.8 kts.

    The Allied Seawind ketch is a well known, popular and proven ocean capable cruiser built very strongly by Allied Yachts. This Seawind is the Mk II model which is slightly larger, updated, and offers even better sailing than the original model.

    The owner has sailed the boat in the ocean back and forth to the Caribbean and has extensively cruised the Caribbean Basin living aboard for 6-7 months at a time. It is fully equipped and in nice, ready to go condition.