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Beautifully appointed sports cruiser from the Sealine stable. In my opinion this was the hey day of Sealine design and much better than the uncomfy, sharp looking craft they produce today. She is a truly beautiful looking boat thanks to her generous curves. This gives a timeless design that will have her looking good for another 20 years. Excellent cockpit with defined areas for lounging. Teak cockpit and cockpit Fridge. Large, bright and airy saloon with plentiful storage and cabin heating. two generous state rooms at either end of the boat provide privacy and comfort. Powered by well maintained Mercruiser D4.2L/220 diesels with Bravo II sterndrive units. Excellent navigation package including speed, depth, colour chart plotter and radar.
The layout below decks is superb and was well ahead of its time. The generous beam of the boat is fully appreciated when you enter the main saloon. The combination of good headroom, natural light, hi gloss varnish and patterned fabrics makes this a very pleasant place to relax with family or friends.
The main saloon is accessed via the cockpit. a lockable, smoked perspex sliding door reveals the saloon. Three wooden steps down and you are in the saloon. To starboard is a large, curved seating area with inlaid wooden table and an occasional stool. The well upholstered foam cushions fits comfortably whatever your posture and is covered in attractively patterned fabric. Plentiful storage is provided beneath the seating and in the various hull mounted cupboards. The saloon can be used as a single berth or with the addition of infill cushions convert to a large double.
The bulkhead between the saloon and the forward cabin is finished in light cream. This contrasts well with the three wooden doors. The middle door leads to the forward cabin with its island berth, opening roof hatch with blackout blind and full sized wardrobe. There is a vanity unit and drawer storage. Additional storage in the eye level hull mounted cupboards. This cabin is fitted with 12V deck head and reading lighting.
What I like about this boat is the separate heads and shower room. To often your shower can be interrupted by someone wanting to use the heads. The shower room is to starboard of the forward cabin and is equipped with a complete easy clean moulding with seat, product holder and opening ventilation port. The shower has an inbuilt temperature and pressure tap while the shower head is on an adjustable height pole. A shower curtain protects the door and unnecessary spillage onto the saloon carpet.
The heads has a Jabsco sea toilet with manual "twist'n'lock" handle, moulded sink unit with hot and cold mixer tap and a storage unit below. Opening hatch for the all important ventilation. 12V lighting in both heads and shower compartment. The heads can also be accessed via the forward cabin giving the benefits of an "en-suite" should there be anyone sleeping in the saloon.
To port is the well equipped galley. This is a well designed area with excellent use of space. Below the counter top is the built in gas oven with grill. adjacent is the concealed fridge with ice compartment and next to that is the large shelved storage unit. The counter top itself has a 3-burner gas hob concealed by a hinged heat resistant cover. Central to the work top is a stainless steel sink with mixer tap and sink cover. The rest of the work top is preparation area. Above and built into the hull is a further 4 storage cupboards and a built in 12V microwave oven.
Last but by no means least is the aft cabin. The use of space here is remarkable. The double bed is huge and opposite is a settee/lounger which can also provide a berth for a seventh person should it be required. Great storage to be seen again in this space with a double cupboard unit mounted on the aft bulkhead, a unit that incorporates two drawers and a sink, YES, A SINK!!! and a large wardrobe. This cabin has opening hull ports outboard and into the cockpit. 12V deck head lighting and reading lights.
The whole boat benefits from diesel fired hot air cabin heating which extends the boating season.
Well equipped motor cruiser suitable for coastal cruising. Included in the sale are:
- Ritchie Compass at Helm
- Autohelm Depth sounder
- Autohelm Speed/Trip
- Raymarine C80 colour chart plotter with radar overlay
- Shipmate RS8315 VHF
- Electric windlass
- CQR Anchor with chain and warp
- Gas detector
- Forward facing spotlight
- Aft facing Spotlight
- Electric horn
- Navigation lights
- Boarding ladder
- Warps and fenders
- Fender baskets
- Snap Davits
- Shore power including cable
- Cockpit shower
- Cockpit mood lighting
- Cockpit table
- Full cockpit enclosure
- Chart reading light
- Manual and electric bilge pumps
- Clock & barometer set
- CD/Radio player
- Automatic life jackets x 2
- Manual fire extinguishers x 3
- Automatic fire extinguishers x 2
- Fire blanket
- Electric shaver point
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. customContactInformation
Due to location, viewings are always accompanied and by prior arrangement only. Please call David or Matt on 0191 272 9086 to make an appointment.
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Sealine S37 Sports Cruiser is a powerful offshore cruiser with an incredible amount of space and comfort. Her sleek profile belies a large, well-laid out cockpit with seating for at least eight. Cockpit features teak decking and a wet bar with fridge option. The two-part canopy with a forward Bimini feature folds neatly into the radar arch. The full-width bathing platform provides easy access from the pontoon or water and has a concealed swim ladder, a transom shower and provision for mounting a passerelle. With berths for seven in two cabins plus a saloon, the provision of separate toilet and shower compartments adds convenience and privacy. Opposite the dining area, the fully equipped galley includes a hob, oven / grill, large fridge and an abundance of cupboards. The deck is arranged to make mooring easy, with well-positioned cleats, an electric windlass, and a large anchor locker for ropes and fenders. With superb space, comfort, and a performance of 35 knots plus, the S37 is the very best of both worlds.
GRP constructed motor yacht with white hi-gloss topsides. Flared bow minimises the amount of spray that comes on deck allowing for a dry ride. Easy access foredeck from the cockpit with handy stainless steel hand rails guiding you past the helm. The side decks widen as you go forward to the large gently sloping foredeck which is ideal for catching some additional rays or when going forward to anchor. Self baoling anchor locker with a vertical mounted anchor windlass. Sealine patent anchor holding system allows the anchor to be always mounted ready to be deployed. Anchor windlass can be operated at the bow or from the helm. Stainless steel bow and side rails offer protection.
Curved tempered glass windscreens with two windscreen wipers. Cockpit enclosure is divided into to parts with the forward bimini complete with removable front and side panels. The rear section is removable and is stored in the radar arch. The canvas is in good condition and is in the region of 5 years old.
The cockpit is entered from the rear via the built in teak laid bathing platform. The platform is fitted with "Snap Davit" mounts and a stainless steel grab handle should you be boarding from a dinghy. Concealed telescopic bathing ladder. Cockpit shower. In the cockpit itself is a large comfortable seating area to starboard with a bespoke solid teak table with twin pedestal mounts for stability. This well padded and upholstered area can sit 6 in comfort. Opposite and slightly forward is a chaise longue style seating/lounging area. Aft is a cockpit moulding hiding a fridge. This is a godsend as it offers further refrigeration capacity and means you are not constantly up and down to the galley for drinks.
The helm is to starboard and situated mid ships. This gives the helmsman an optimum view when piloting or berthing the vessel. Double helm seat with chart area and dashboard with instruments. Wooden hi-gloss varnished steering wheel.
Underwater areas are antifouled every 18 months. This will be due to be completed mid March 2021.
Engine & Electrics
Vessel is powered by the highly reliable Mercruiser D4.2L/220 inboard diesels. These 6-cylinder work horses have completed 986 serviced hours and start first time every time. The engine bay is situated aft beneath the cockpit sole. This area is large enough to get round for servicing and daily checks. The propulsion is a pair of Bravo II outdrives with 3 bladed allot propellers. Full engine instrumentation att helm with oil pressure, temperature, charging and rev counters. Analogue hour meters which is a bonus. Twin lever throttle controls.
Bank of 4x12V batteries providing engine start, domestic and bow thruster power. These are recharged by a 240V battery charger when attached to shore power or by the engine alternator when at sea. Batteries fitted with isolators and new in 2019. Full 12/240V switch panel in saloon with RCD protection and battery monitors.
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Mercruiser D4.2L/220|
|Length over all:||37'|
|Length at waterline:||28'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|