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Interior Space

Upon entering the interior of the boat, the immediate impression is one of space, air and light, which is achieved by having no furniture or fixtures above waist level. The interior sides of the hull contain multiple fixed windows. Ventilation is outstanding, thanks to three enormous overhead hatches, a few choicely placed opening ports, and 10 Dorade vents. These features, along with the ease of mobility in the working end of the accommodation, made the Sundeer's interior exceptionally livable when cruising.

Segregated Compartments: The Sundeer's interior living space is entirely separated from mechanical systems and from areas where gear is stowed which eliminates unpleasant odors in the living spaces. The boat is divided into three sections separated by watertight bulkheads. The forward compartment is a very large forepeak, accessible by ladder through a large deck hatch, in which sails, lines, fenders, and other equipment is stowed.

The aft compartment is a large lazarette/engine compartment, accessible through both the starboard cockpit seat and an after-deck hatch, where all the boat systems, including the engine, are located. There is plenty of space for stowing gear and tools. Both these compartments are large enough for one or more persons to enter and work in with ease.

The midsection of the boat is devoted to an open, comfortable living space. Forward, there is a large owner's stateroom with a queen berth, abundant amounts of personal storage space, and a private head and shower. Midships is the saloon, with a dinette to port and long, straight settees on either side. Aft of the saloon is the galley to port, with the navigation-station across from the galley. Continuing aft on the starboard side is a second head, shower and washing machine, and with a small guest or owners sea cabin to port.

Sea-berths: The premise behind the layout is that the forward cabin is to be occupied when the boat is in port or at anchor. While under way the crew can live in the mid and aft sections of the boat where the motion is most comfortable. Consistent with the design philosophy of comfortable cruising, there are two good sea-berths located in the cabin aft, with two settees in the saloon midships.

The aft cabin, which can also be thought of as the "sea cabin" can be occupied by a couple at sea together, each with their personal secure sea-berth. Also, the long cockpit seats sheltered by the fixed doghouse make good berths and are handy in situations where the off-watch crew can remain on immediate call.

Galley: The galley is quite large, laid out in an open C-shape facing aft which works well at sea with good support on either side. The counter-tops are high, with deep fiddles and plenty of horizontal space to work on. A large pantry provides lots of storage space that is safely accessible while standing in the galley area. The fridge and freezer boxes each have six inches of polyurethane foam insulation respectively. The top-loading freezer door has double gaskets, and the fridge has an additional side-loading door. The double sinks are on the center line, provides drainage on either tack.

Nav-station: Comfortable to use, it is easy to brace into the seat with a leg out to port against the galley peninsula when the boat heels on starboard tack. The well-equipped Nav-station consists of a chart table with storage underneath for charts and other supplies. Conveniently located under the seat are the emergency pyrotechniques. Within easy reach are the master auto-pilot control, a single side-band radio, satellite navigation display, the electronic switchboard, a master panel for wind, depth and speed indicators, an electronic barometer, and electrical systems panel.

•VHF radio
•Wind speed
•Wind direction
•Speed log
•Depth sounder
•Radar (48 mile)
•High efficiency radar reflector
•Air conditioner
•Washing machine
•Stereo system




Forward Cabin / Stateroom

•Walk-around queen berth w/stowage under
•Vanity w/sink
•Stowage under vanity
•Head & shower to port (Raritan manual toilet)
•2 hanging lockers to starboard
•Air conditioning



The spaciousness, functionality and well-thought-out design of the Galley is truly a chef's dream.

Force 10 Propane stove with 3 burners
•Reefer system runs 220V or 12Volt
•Double center-line sinks
•Pressurized water
•20 Gallons of hot water
•400 Gallon fresh water storage



This inviting space provides storage as well as seating.

•Seating for 8-10
•Under seat storage
•Bookcases / Shelving
•Air conditioning

Head / Shower / Washing Machine (aft)


CONTACT: John Dukesherer 808-528-BOAT (2628)
Honolulu Yacht Brokerage International LLC http://www.yachtworld.com/honoluluyachtbrokerage


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