Seascape 18 sail number GBR 264, for sale lying in Plymouth. Built in 2013, designed by Samual Manuard this Seascape 18 has been lightly used and is super condition, ready to “go”. Seascape 18 has been privately owned from new, she has been dry stored over winters, and dry sailed during the season. With a lifting keel and rudder arrangement, this enables access to the shallowest bays and ports and allows her to be both beached and trailed very easily. Mast stepping is a straightforward procedure for two persons. The Seascape 18 boasts a double berth cabin which allows weekend trips enjoying the coastlines. A performance package with unmatched practicality for racers and cruisers alike.
Awards and Accreditation’s
Seascape 18 was Winner of Yachts & Yachting 2017 Best Sports Boat, awarded at the London Boat Show January 2017.
Seascape 18 was Boat of the Year Sailing World 2016 – best recreational racer.
Interior covered with top-coat and with white gel coat on the moulded parts for clean and low maintenance finish.
Double V berth with buoyancy tanks underneath.
Double berth cushions.
Storage space below the cockpit sides, accessed from within the cabin.
GRP Hull Deck and Superstructure.
Retractable Keel – Minimum Draft 0.15M.
Carbon Fibre Mast.
Carbon Fibre Boom.
Extending Carbon Fibre Bowsprit.
Jib Furling System.
Mainsheet (with mainsheet tackle of ball bearing low friction blocks).
1:2 jib sheets.
1:2 Spectra main halyard.
Spectra jib halyard.
Masthead spinnaker halyard/asymmetric spinnaker continuous retrieving line.
Bowsprit control line.
1:4 Cunningham control line.
Laminate mainsail – 14.5M2 (Ullman Sails).
Laminate jib – 8.52M2 (Ullman Sails).
Small dacron jib (Ullman Sails).
Asymmetric spinnaker – 32M2 (white) (Ullman Sails).
Sails professionally laundered and checked Spring 2018.
Roller launch trailer (by Admiral), galvanised, with mast support and spare wheel.
Trailer wheel bearings renewed June 2017.
Trailer ratchet winch renewed May 2018.
In my mind, the Seascape 18 is an exceptional, beautifully made boat offering simple, accessible and exhilarating fun. Without the complexities of other types of boat, she’s easy to handle and trim, yet capable of high performance in competition mode. Launch and recovery are straightforward. She offers exactly what’s written on the tin. These are the features which attracted me to the Seascape 18. It would be good to find a buyer wishing to take a step up from dinghy sailing and looking for a package of this sort.
As well as sailing with friends on cruising yachts, l have done a lot of dinghy sailing. Attracted by the physical characteristics of the Seascape (increased cockpit size, dry stowage in the cabin, less wet, greater stability, auxiliary power by small outboard etc – all advantages over dinghies, yet easy to rig, launch and handle) we added her to our small fleet. We’ve had a lot of pleasure sailing the Seascape, mainly recreationally although we did enter the Seascape Nationals in Plymouth last year which was good. Little did we know that, within a relatively short time, this would give us the bug for sailing in larger boats and have now moved to a cruising yacht. It’s impracticable for us to keep the Seascape, hence the decision to sell her. This also explains why the Seascape is offered for sale as lightly used but “ready to go”.
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.