The Allied Seawind Mark I is one of the best sailboats ever built on her class. This design has been produced in different versions offering outstanding quality of construction, seakeeping abilities and great resale value. This's hull #25 and this particular vessel has been modified over the years to accomodate the requirements of her past owners (who already circumnavigated this yacht twice) based on their blue water experiences aboard this boat. The most important changes made were the removal of the mizzen mast, a custom made massive stainless steel Pilot House (worth $8,000), a hinged base at the deck-stepped mast so it can fold down to clear any bridge in the world, fairly new Navy Blue hull paint (worth $6,000), convenient dual steering system (tiller and wheel), a redesign of her interior lay-out to accomodate a straight galley and a comfortable dinette and her equipment shows a fairly new Yanmar diesel engine in 1996 (worth $5,600), brand new never-used cruising spinnaker w/snuffer (worth $1,000), 150% roller furling genoa sail, dacron slab-baten main sail, storm jib, inverter, Danforth 35 Lbs anchor, new house batteries, Bomar aluminum deck hatches, wind generator, radar, auto pilot, Harken deck hardware and main traveler system and much more. It doesn't matter they way this boat is looked at, her firm asking price makes this boat a true steal! ONLY IN UPGRADES THIS BOAT IS WORTH OVER $25,000 !!! Please hurry; this boat won't last long !!!