Length · 55’0″
Year · 1981
Construction · GRP
Underwater profile · Full-Displacement
Sleeping berths · 5
Engine · 1 x diesel 190hp, Caterpillar 3306 (1981)
Lying · Seattle, WA USA – At Our Docks!
Seaton-Neville 55 Long Range Pilothouse Trawler
Self-sufficient power voyager
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This striking Seaton-Neville 55 Trawler was custom designed for long-range extended cruising by a couple with occasional guests. She exudes self-sufficiency and capability and looks the part — long and sleek with a “go-anywhere” demeanor!
The sellers have owned and cruised this boat for 20 years — exploring the Caribbean, Central and South America (Atlantic and Pacific), Mexico, and the Pacific Northwest. This is a boat capable of extended voyaging, with a 3000-4000 NM range, paravane stabilizers, and the systems necessary for independent operation.
She has been maintained carefully by scrupulous owners who depended upon reliable operation in remote areas, and has undergone periodic refits and upgrades so that she is truly beautiful and contemporary in her accommodations and is mechanically ready to cruise. Spares, tools and other provisions for self-reliance are provided, and the inventory has been optimized from years of experience.
There are not many boats like this available. People seeking an affordable, capable and ready long-range bluewater cruiser, but not an expensive Kadey-Krogen or Nordhavn may think that the only choices are cruising sailboats. Yet this trawler has the design pedigree, the economy, the equipment and the experience to fulfill those dreams. And — face it — cruising under power has its advantages!
View at our Waterline Boats docks on Lake Union in Seattle.