Lark
$285,000

LARK was the last built of the very popular Lyman-Morse Sequin 44/46 series.  A cosmetic refit was completed during the 1998/99 layup season to include the following:  Awlgrip hull; Awlgrip deck and cockpit; Wood all exterior bright work and finish with 8 coats varnish.  Paint interior white cabin bulkheads, 2 coats.  This work was accomplished by the original builder.  She is proven off-shore passage maker, with the sparkling performance expected from her designers.  Original built for Gifford Pinchot (of Loon & Loki).  The best every example of the Seguin 44/46 Series.

Layout and Design


Accommodations

LARK has a V-berth double stateroom forward with filler.  Bureau and lockers are outboard, followed by a spacious head and shower to port and larg hanging locker opposite.  The main cabin has a bureau, two settees, and lockers outboard.  Gimballed cabin table is on centerline.  The Galley is outboard on the port side with ample  counter space, as well as copious locker and food stoarge outboard of the galley.  Three burner propane stove and large refrigerator/freezer allow for comfortable, self sufficient, cruising.  The double sinks are located on centerline over the very accessible engine compartment;  To starboard is the roomy; foward facing nav station.  Over the engine compartment is the mid-ship companionway.  This allows the aft cabin to rmain undisturbed by guests or crew.  There are passageways port and starboard to the aft, owners stateroom.  There is a double berth to prot and a single to starboard with privacy curtains for the off watch.  All bunks have lee cloths.  The joiner work below is of the highest standard.  White bulkheads with varnished teak trim give an open, airy feel to the interior.  There are 12 opening ports.


Galley Equipment

The engine driven Grunert refrigeration & freezer system will keep ice cream on passages. In 1997 a DC cold plate system was added for use in harbour. It has worked so well that the two systems are truly interchangeable. Also in 1997 the stove was replaced with a Taylor propane system. There is hot and cold pressure water backed up by hand pumps for both fresh and salt water. Galley systems have proven themselves over many miles of offshore cruising.


Electronics and Navigational Equipment

New in 1997:

Auto helm ST-50 Tridata system

Wind system - Autohelm

Closehauled indicator - Autohellm

VMG - Autohelm

Compass - Autohelm

Analog depth - Autohelm

Multi repeater - Autohelm

Wind display - Autohelm

GPS

Autohelm autopilot w/Type 3 linear hydraulic drive

T300 core pack

Furuno weatherfax 1996

Sea 222 SSB radio

Standard VHF

Raytheon Radar Chart-Plotter (1999)


Electrical System

New Heart inverter charger plus Link battery monitors and control panel 1997.

1992 Bass panel

2 house batteries replaced with gell-cells 1996

1 new engine starting battery 1997

New Balmar alternator 1997

 


Engine /Mechanical Equipment

Espar diesel heater 1992

Manual fire extinguishers

1994 Manual bilge pump

Edson "mudsucker" mounted under cabin sole

One electric bilge pump

3 blade Max prop

Scatra Aqua drive constant velocity shaft coupling

New 1997, Retractable, hydraulic bow thruster

New 1997, Baby Blake marine toilet

Pur water maker fitted 1996


Deck and Hull

3 Anchors

45lb. CQR

40 lb. Danforth

70 lb. Luke storm anchor

20' chain

300; rode

Life sling

MOB pole

6 life jackets

New Beaufort life raft (1996)

Re-certified Oct. 1997

Search light

Boarding/swim ladder

Teak decks

Awlgrip hull paint

 


Sails and Rigging

  • New sails by Ratsey & Lapthorne (1997):
  • Fully-battened main
  • Yankee with Harken roller furling
  • Staysail with Harken roller furling
  • Spinnaker
  • Original Sails: Storm trysail
  • Storm Jib
  • Cruising spinnaker

 

LOA: 45'
LWL: 33'7
Beam: 12'10
Draft: 5'5
Displacement: 29,000
Type: Sailing
Series: Seguin
Designed By: Sparkman and Stephens
Builder: Lyman-Morse Boat Building Co.
Model: Seguin 44
Year: 1988
Hull Material: Cored fiberglass
Location: Oriental, North Carolina
Boat Engine: Yanmar
Horsepower: 65

For more information contact:

Annie Lannigan
(941) 374-3742

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