Seaward 23 " Larina " was built in 2005. She is nicely equipped and has the larger, punchier 100hp Yanmars, which have just been serviced and haven't even done 500 hours yet. .She has Eberspacher heating, chart-plotter, radar, shore-power and a new cockpit cover from 2015. She has been loved and cosseted, including spending her winters undercover. A good example of these capable, seaworthy, Nelson hulled, shaft-driven, semi-displacement coastal cruisers.
Larina, a Seaward 23, was built in 2005 and was exhibited at the Southampton Boat Show. She is very well equipped and has the benefit of the larger 100hp engines. She has spent some time ashore undercover every winter, Her engines have been serviced every year by Yanmar agents, most recently in Spring 2019.
LOA: 23’4″ (7.11m) LWL: 20’0″ (6.10m) Beam: 8′.10″ (2.69m) Draft: 2’3″ (0.68m) Displ. Approx: 2.50 tons
Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.
Builder: Seaward Marine Ltd, Isle of Wight.
Hull No: 23-114 SSR No: 118373
Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery.
Mechanical Data:2 x Yanmar 100 hp four cylinder diesel engines fitted with Hurth 2.14:1 reduction gearboxes driving 2 x 4 blade contra rotating propellers on 35 mm diameter stainless steel shafts giving maximum speed of about 21 knots. Fuel consumption is around 1.9 gallons per hour per engine at 15 knots. Low recorded engine running hours: approx 495 hrs.
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