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32' Allied Sea Wind II

Year: 1982

Price: US$ 44,900

Located in Merritt Island, FL

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel


Builder: Allied


LOA: 32'7" LWL: 25'6" Beam: 10'5"

Displacement: 14900 lbs Draft: 4'6" Ballast: 5800 lbs


Engine(s): Single diesel Engine(s) HP: 38 Engine Model: Westerbeke 38B


Fuel: 40 gal Water: 60 gal


Vee berth forward followed by head to starboard, hanging locker port. Aft to salon port and starboard settees. Starboard settee pulls out to make double berth. Bulkhead fold down table, galley aft on portside. Center companionway out to cockpit, port and starboard seating, aft helm seat, wheel steering.


Adler Barber cold plate refrigerator, Princess 3 burner propane stove, manual pressure fresh water system, 6 gallon 110AC water heater.


Autohelm 7000 autopilot, compass, Garmin 210 GPS, stereo, VHF radio, depth sounder, speed and distance log.


110V AC, 12V DC electrical system, Force Wind MI generator, 5 amp battery charger, 4 batteries, dockside electrical cable.


#2 genoa, main sail, mizzen, jib roller furling, standing wire stainless steel rigging, deck stepped aluminum mast, whisker pole.


Danforth anchor, CQR anchor, dinghy davit, Avon 11'-4 person dinghy, Johnson 15 hp dinghy enging, life jackets, side stanchions with lifelines, cockpit awning, bimini top and dodger, bow pulpit with rails, coast Guard safety package. Fenders and lines, navigation lights, single manual search light, spreader lights, swim ladder, upgraded wooden wheel.


Cruise Air air conditioner (carry on), CO2 manual fire control system, fuel filter, cockpit engine controls, fresh water cooling system, manual, automatic bilge pump.


Actual Condition
This boat drifted and hung on a piling on its' port side bottom. The interior does not show signs of deep water intrusion. The mizzen mast is damaged. The main mast and boom appear to be useable. The sails are in the forward cabin. It appears that the boat was in very good condition prior to the storm.

There is easy access to both sides of the hole for repair.

She has some cockpit electronics.

This will make a good project boat.