Catskill, NY Allied Boat company started production of the Seabreeze Yawl in 1963 and produced them until 1973 after 135 had been built. Whim is hull number 49. Allied asked designers Phil Rhodes and Aage Nielsen to design a shallow draft centerboard boat and they did so with the Seabreeze as a real classic. In the 60s many family-owned boats participated in club races, which favored a small mizzen, so most of the Seabreezes were sold as yawls. The Allied Boat Company did a very good glass lay-up job and owners rarely report blistering or small separations in the balsa-cored decks. A well-maintained Seabreeze makes a strong and, for its length, spacious cruising yacht. This classic style yacht can traverse the world.
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Galley to port at bottom of companionway; Propane a 3 burner stove with oven; Sleeps 6 with pilot berth; Shower in head; new tan upholstery; hot/cold pressure water; new LED reading lamp by pilot berth
Yawl rig with mizzen mast behind Wheel steering; full keel; green hull with white non-skid; Roller furling; Dodger with new isinglass;
New VHF with ACS; New Garmin 547 GPS with AIS; Wheel pilot; Raytheon Radar; Stereo
Main; 110 on Forward furler; Mizzen; Spanker; 4 other assorted sails;. Green Sail Cover
7 jackstands; Teak boarding ladder; life jackets; 3 fenders; docking lines; teak cockpit table;;original drawings