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Sea Dream #35

Owners : Jon & Anita Bailey Home Port: Annapolis, MD Prior Name:  “Sea Dream” (Dick Sargent was the original owner).   Sarasota, Florida Sailing/Exterior Exterior Interior
Features: 1985 Centerboard version ProFurl Furlers on the Main & Jib (behind mast) Cockpit enclosure (complete) Cockpit backrest and cushions Anchors: 45lb CQR, 22S Danforth Anchor Windlass Engine Yanmar 4JHE (44HP) with 18” 3 bladed MaxProp (original engine/rebuilt winter 2004/2005) Max speed of 7.2 knots at 3000 rpm Vacuum gauge for Racor-500 Fuel Filter (Click on link for more info/photo) Vetus Splash Stop- Prevent fuel spills when filling fuel tank New S/S Prop Shaft with PSS Shaft Seal Additions/Improvements Air Conditioning System 16k BTU New Vinylester bottom (peeled) - Jan 2003 New Chainplates - Jan 2003 New centerboard sheave boxes & cable Beckson ports- replaced all 18 Bomar Hatches- rebedded all Isotherm Refrigeration (Danfoss compressor) mounted under stove Refinished interior salon trim (winter 2003) New wood in salon around windows New Galley and Salon cabinets, sink, countertop, teak louvered doors (2012) ForeSpar Nova II Removable Davits Achilles 9’8” inflatable with air floor (8HP Tohatsu 2 cycle) Winter Cover Strida LT Folding Bikes  (www.strida.com) Instrumentation/Electronics Garmin 740 Chartplotter; Garmin HD 18” Radar on Scanstrut backstay gimbal mount Raymarine ST-60 Instruments in NavPod w/NMEA0183 converter to Garmin 740  Extra 3’ extension to Scanstrut backstay mount to keep radar above cockpit  Garmin VHS Radio with wireless command mic  Garmin AIS Transceiver  Edson Pedestal- replaced Major Electrical Upgrades  Balmar 100A Alternator w/3stage regulator  New Battery banks Lifeline (AGM)  420 Ah house, 100 Ah (AGM) Engine  Additional Blue Sea Systems DC Breaker Panel  Solar Panels above Bimini with 3 stage MPPT charge controller (80-100 amp-hrs/day)  New MasterVolt 3-stage charger/inverter (2500/5000 watts surge) 2011  Bilge Pump Switches on Panel  Electrical System Diagram / Installation Details   Instrumentation/Electronics Instruments Garmin 740 Chartplotter Note: Raymarine SeaTalk-NEMA0183 converter inside NavPod in third slide I removed the cover and used caulk to hold it to the inside of the NavPod Garmin AIS transceiver mounted inside hanging locker in Salon. Garmin VHF radio mounted inside hanging locker in Salon, Mic hardwired to Nav station. Garmin wireless VHF Mic (bluetooth) Garmin Radar & Scanstrut gimbal mount Air Conditioner Installation (Single 16k BTU Dometic) Custom “Top Gun” Fabric Cover (self made with sailrite sewing machine)