HOB NOB
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Hob Nob was custom built and painted bright yellow. This definitely made her stand out in a harbor. What has made her stand out over the years is her form and function.  The more time you spend on Hob Nob, the more details you find that raises her above other similar yachts.  The most spacious of all the Seguins with her two cabins, fore and aft, she easily keeps two couples comfortable and private. Standing in the salon you will immediately notice her magnificent layout for offshore cruising and relaxing on the hook and the beautiful craftsmanship that engulfs it. All this is nice, but she has to sail too for anyone to be happy buying this yacht. Lyman-Morse executed Sparkman & Stephens design flawlessly. With this design and construction, whether you want to head for the Azores or just the head of the harbor you will be safe, comfortable and not be disappointed.

We all know these yachts are only as good as the maintenance program. Hob Nob's two owners have stuck to the only proven method, "preventative maintenance.' Even now as they have put her on the market they continue to invest time and money into her well-being. They love this boat and it shows their care for her. You will love it too.

Call me to set up a time to get aboard.

Layout and Design

Accommodations: 

Aft quarter cabin with closing door has three large drawers below bunk, drawer and two lockers in bureau  and large seat with storage under.  Ample storage under berth.  The whole cabin has been stripped and re-varnished.(2017)

Pilot berth on Starboard side above settee stbd side.

Liquor locker forward of Stbd Settee with wine storage racks one side and  6 custom carafes and glass storage on the other side.

V berth has 4 drawers and 4 lockers for storage.   15 Gallon approx holding tank with deck pump-out pump under V berth, Y valve in head locker.

Espar heater vents in Aft Cabin, Salon, Head and V Berth.

Head:  All Bronze Wilcox –Critenden Skipper II (2006)

Galley:

  • Force 10 Stove (2006), new propane copper line (2006) new propane hoses (2015)
  • Propane solenoid control switch in galley.  
  • Hot water heater AC and engine heated.
  • Crosby engine driven refrigeration for fridge and freezer.
  • Frigoboat air-cooled system ac/dc for fridge box ( 2011). Compressor located under cabin sole. 

The galley is very functional and practical.  The U shape is secure at sea.  It is not necessary to use a belt to cook at the stove since you can brace against the counters on either tack.  At anchor there is a lot of counter space because of the large counter above the engine compartment.  Two people can work there, one on each side of the peninsula.  There are three drawers for utensil storage.

Espar heater and refrigeration compressor accessible through large sail locker in cockpit. 

Electronics:

  • Raymarine autopilot ST 6002 (2007) with remote, chain-driven on dedicated quadrant.
  • Icom IC-M422 VHF with remote mic in cockpit ( 2006)
  • Furuno GP-32 GPS receiver (2006)
  • Raymarine radar 24” 4 kw 48 mile, SL70CRC Plus and integrated chart plotter.
  • Proper ground plane for SSB radio installed in hull during build with copper strips running the length of the hull. 
  • MFJ Antenna Tuner ( 2007 )
  • Icom IC- 718 HAM radio SSB ( requires HAM radio license to operate) installed but also have SGC Marine SSB radio available, but not on the boat.
  • New Raymarine GPS (2017)  

Electrical:

  •  2 - 220 amp hour gel cell D 8 batteries (2011), installed under cabin sole.
  •  Heart inverter 2000 watt, integral battery charger.
  •  Isolation Transformer:  Victron Energy 2000W installed 2008, with 120 to  120, 120 – 240, or  240-240.
  •  100 amp silver bullet alternator
  •  Link 2000R three stage regulator and electrical monitoring system
  •  Separate 120 vac and 12 V electrical panels with voltage and current  meters.
  •  Very good access to rear of electrical panel from inside large hanging      locker.
  •  LED interior lights 

Sails: 

  • Cruising dacron main by Elvstrom (2012), two reef points with jiffy reefing on forward end of boom.  Note: Reefing at the mast is very easy and secure because one sits on the stainless guard  tubing of the dorade boxes and it is a perfectly secure seat from which all the winches and lines necessary for reefing are reachable.  The hard boom vang holds the boom up without having to use a boom topping lift greatly simplifying the reefing process.
  • 120% Cruising dacron Genoa Elvstrom (2012)
  • Hood staysail 1981
  • Hood storm staysail 1981
  • Hood storm Trysail 1981
  • Hood 1985 Cruising Spinnaker with snuffer sock

Deck:

  • Anchor chain 200 ft 3/8” G43 high strength ( 2016)
  • Lighthouse 1501  solid stainless windlass with spare motor
  • Dodger ( 2010)
  • SS and teak  boarding ladder, rail mounted folds for storage
  • Main and forward hatches were removed, primed and painted and rebedded. (2017)
  • Cockpit coaming varnish stripped and 10 new coats applied.(2017)
  • New port and starboard laminated safety glass om big cabin windows. (2016-2017)

Teak Deck:

Do not be scared of the teak deck.

Deck regrooved and recaulked 2013 with teak deck systems caulk, see photos. 

( aft deck and cockpit sole not done yet )  The deck is still  about 7/16 inch thick ( see photo) and is 35 yrs old.  It will last at least 50 years, since it was ½ inch thick when new.  The deck does not leak.  The planking is set in 5200 and is screwed to the top layer of the deck sandwich and the screws do not penetrate through to the interior of the yacht.  The deck is trouble-free and in excellent shape. 

Rigging:

  • Tapered aluminum mast stepped on keel.  
  • Mast and boom repainted with Awlgrip (2016)
  • Harken roller-furling jib, two grooves in luff section.

Standing Rigging: 

  • All turnbuckles are chrome plated bronze ( 2006)
  • Fail-safe Hain  backstay insulators ( 2006 )
  • All standing stainless 316 wire rigging replaced  (2016) . Consistes of  swaged fittings at top(by Rigging Only)  and Sta-loc fittings at bottom
  • Main chainplates replaced (2006)
  • Upper shroud tangs on mast replaced (2006)

Safety items: 

  • MOB Pole, Lifesling MOB rescue bouy, horseshoe bouy, ACR Global Fix
  • Pro  406 MHz GPS EPIRB ( 2014)  .  There is also an old ACR 2758 406 EPIRB that is out-of-date and cannot be serviced, but still tests functional, useful as a backup. 8 Person Avon Life Raft last certified in 2013.
  • Avon 8 person life raft ( last inspected (2014)
  • Five  3.5 lb dry chemical extinguishers below decks, one automatic freon type extinguisher in the engine compartment, one 4.5 lb dry chemical extinguisher in cockpit locker ( 2013)

Additional:

  • Cutless bearing replaced (2016)
  • Navtec Hydraulic Backstay Adjustor ( 2006 )
  • Forespar rigid boom vang ( 2006 )
  • Steering control cable replaced ( 2006 ) , spare wire and chain on board
  • Extensive inventory of engine spares
  • Spare alternator, yanmar water pump,  house water pump, wash-down pump and
  • Lighthouse windlass motor.
  • Tank Tender system for fuel and water tank levels.

 

 

 

LOA: 44'
LWL: 33' 6
Beam: 12' 9
Draft: 6' 6
Displacement: 28,935 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 3X25 gal.
Water Capacity: 2x75 gal.
Type: Cruising
Series: Seguin
Designed By: Sparkman & Stephens
Builder: Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding Co.
Model: Seguin 44
Year: 1981
Hull Material: Cored Fiberglass
Location: Maine, USA
Boat Engine: Yanmar 4JH-2DTE
Horsepower: 88

For more information contact:

Scott F. Layton
(207) 701-1235

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