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Cal

2003 Sealine S23 For Sale

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For Sale 2003 Sealine S23 with Volvo Penta KAD32 engine (170hp) and Volvo Penta DPE Sterndrive.

• Engine serviced July 2019. 
• Drive serviced May 2019.
• Hull and superstructure polished and waxed May 2019.
• Antifouled May 2019.
• Last owners since October 2007.
• Will have new Boat Safety Certificate at point of sale.
• Minimum air draft 6’6” allowing increased inland waterways cruising.

Usual standard Sealine specification with too many extras and upgrades to list but to include:
• Brand new Raymarine A74 plotter (with radar module) installed July 2019 with brand new Navionics Platinum Plus chart (28P UK, Ireland and Holland)
• New 12v fridge December 2018.
• Teak cockpit table and shelf.
• Recent cockpit upholstery in Charcoal Silvertex with Sealine embroidery and matching cushions.
• Webasto Airtop 2000ST diesel heating (Unit serviced with new ducting and duct lagging installed Winter 2018)
• Snap davits.
• Holding tank.
• LED cockpit mood lighting.
• Turbo boost pressure gauge.
• LED lighting and bulbs throughout.
• USB charging sockets to cockpit and cabin. (2 in cockpit. 1 in cabin.)
• Electric anchor winch with chain to suit.
• Uprated alternator.

Naughty-Cal has been a much loved boat and has benefited from a programme of ongoing maintenance and upgrades during our ownership. She is only for sale as we have sadly found that we currently do not have the time to use her as often as we would like and it is a shame to leave her sat idle on the mooring when someone could be using and enjoying her as much as we have.

Will be going on brokerage with Burton Waters, Lincoln at the end of September for circa £32k. 
Currently open to offers of circa £27k.

Additional photographs available on request. 

Naughty-Cal is currently lying on her berth at Burton Waters, Lincoln being prepared for sale. 

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What a lovely boat to cruise between the East Coast Rivers and inlets. I love the Ore/Alde, Deben and Orwell/Stour and if my circumstances were different, I would be tempted.

I am sure that you will be sad to see her go.

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And one of the good bits about having a boat of 30' or less is you can usually get a private pontoon mooring at southwold, privacy and cheaper.

Good luck with your sale.

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I hope that you are successful with your disposal. 

I could have driven a very good deal on the S25 at the 2006 London boat show. I was taken with the offset superstructure! Much prefering one really good side deck to two mediocre ones. 

But Judith, my late wife was not going back to sea even under power.

Very capable boats those small Sealine, someone will be very pleased with her.

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It has taken us longer than anticipated to get it ready to put on brokerage. It was due to go on brokerage next week.

First person to view it has left us with a deposit and a very good offer.

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BACK ON THE MARKET.

BUYER PULLED OUT DUE TO CORONAVIRUS.

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I have heard of osmosis but boats with coronavirus??

They could surely have thought of a better excuse!!!!

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42 minutes ago, Cal said:

BACK ON THE MARKET.

BUYER PULLED OUT DUE TO CORONAVIRUS.

What! Your boat has it? :default_icon_e_biggrin:

 

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43 minutes ago, OldBerkshireBoy said:

What! Your boat has it? :default_icon_e_biggrin:

 

No the buyer has had to shut his business due to coronavirus and quite rightly has decided that he can't warrant the outlay at this time.

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BOAT OFF THE MARKET.

We have decided with the current climate we are unlikely to get a sale so we will do a few more jobs on her with a view to keeping her for a few more years.

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I think you are being very sensible.

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If nothing else we can bring her to the Broads again next year :default_biggrin:

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