Sealoons is now Sold!
|On a mooring ball in Stuart, FL in 2019.|
Update: Sealoons is now sold!
We have decided to sell Sealoons, our 77 Seafarer Coronet. It was not an easy decision but we are confident it is the right one at this time. She has been amazing and is ready for new owners to love and take her on their adventures and exploring. We completed America’s Great Loop in 2019 (and to our knowledge, that is the only time she was exposed to salt water). It was truly an amazing experience, the places we saw and the people we met were incredible.
You can read all about it here, on our blog about our trip: www.migratingloons.com
• Make & Model: Coronet, 31 SeaFarer
• Year Build: 1977
• Hull Length Overall: 31' 8" (plus swim platform, dinghy davits and anchor and bow pulpit)
• Beam: 10’ 4”
• Draught: 3'
• Air Draft: 11' 6"
• Weigh: 10000 pounds
• Engines: (x2) Twin Volvo Pent 4.3 GXi-DF 225hp, V6 with indirect cooling system (Close system)Repowered in 2003
o Port engine: 1320.6 hours
o Starboard engine: 1323.6 hours
o DuoProp Stren drive
• Hull Materials: Fiberglass
Included with M.V. Sealoons: VHF Radio, GPS, Solar panel, Inverter, Dinghy davits, induction stove, toaster oven, new fridge 2018, icemaker, 4-cup coffee maker, carpets, custom table, some spare props and parts, Rocna anchor with anchor chain and rope, fenders, fender bags, safety equipment, etc.
Note: Coronet boats were made in Denmark by Botved Boats. Ours, from what we’ve been able to find, was assembled in Canada (NB or NS) as part of a program back in the 70’s. They have a good reputation and we can confirm they can handle coastal waters without issues.
|View from the bow|
|Cockpit looking aft|
|Cabin view from doorway|
|Cabin couch and table|
|Another view of cockpit looking forward|
|The bed area. One mattress or cushions for easy access to storage. You decide!|
|Door to cockpit and bathroom|
If interested, contact John or Cindy at Rideau Ferry Harbour, located on Big Rideau Lake Ontario.
Tina & Papi
"In life, it's not where you go, it's who you travel with"
– Charles Schultz
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