condition: excellent engine hours (total): 4300 length overall (LOA): 43 make / manufacturer: Sea Ranger model name / number: Sedan 40 propulsion type: power year manufactured: 1986
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Importing yachts made in Taiwan by C&L Marine, Sea Ranger provided motor yachts to the United States from 1979 until 1988. Offering smaller trawler-style yachts as small as 36 feet in length, the largest boats sold by Sea Ranger were 65 feet long. Sea Ranger yachts were designed for long-term durability thanks to simple, reliable construction. Boat pulled in March 2018, bottom painted and entire hull repainted with marine AWL Grip. Just added KVH Satelitte DirecTV. This is a single larger forward master suit model (one of a kind) custom designed and fabricated for a local engineer. This engineers initials are part of the hull number.
Raked box, hard chine vee-bottom with skeg keel, elliptical transom. White sides. Aluminum rub rail and teak splash rails, 18" high teak capped bulwark with gates port, starboard and aft. Painted teak swim platform with stainless and teak ladder. Fresh water wash-down bib on stern which is adapted for regulated pressure dockside fresh water. Custom 2" aluminum dinghy davits bolted to transom and swim platform. Both davits can be unrestrained to allow swing aboard lifting of dinghy engine from dock or dinghy.
Hull Material: Molded fiberglass
Deck Material: Molded fiberglass - non-skid
Longitudinal: For 4 1/2" hat sections
Through Hulls: Bronze under water, stainless and PVC above
Fasteners: Stainless steel and bedding compound
Deck Fittings: Horned fairleads port and stbd in transom, stern sides, amidships, and bow
Seacocks: Bronze ball valves
Aft Deck: Small aft deck with hatch to large lazarette
Fore Deck Rails: Finished teak with stainless stanchions
Hatches: Three Bomar on fore deck over vee berth
Life Jackets: 12 Type II adult and one Type II child USCG approved
Life Ring/PFD: One Type IV USCG approved 20" ring
Horn: Dual trumpet electrical (2018)
Searchlight: Upper helm controlled Guest halogen
Fog Bell: Yes
Portable Extinguishers: Two Kiddie B-I dry chemical (mounted on aft port corner bulkhead and in vee berth hanging locker
Anchor: 13lb Bruce in bow roller chock. Danforth stowed in lazarette.
Anchor leader chain: 15' of 3/8" stainless steel (2018) chain on Bruce and 3' chain on Danforth
Anchor Rode: 300' of ¾" twist nylon on Bruce (2015) and 150' ½" twist nylon on Danforth.
Winch: LEMAR power (chain and line) with controls at bow and from upper helm
Blowers: One in engine compartment and one over galley
Dinghy: 10' AX500 Bombard fiberglass rib inflatable dinghy with 9.8 Toshiba 4-Stroke Outboard
Other: Emergency tiller; high bilge water audible alarm and light; anchor drag alarm with audible horn in stateroom;
bilge on light at upper helm station.
NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS
Steering: Stainless wheel on fly bridge, wood stoke stainless wheel in cabin. Capilano single ram hydraulic
Steering Stations 2 - starboard forward in cabin and fly bridge
Auto-pilot Ray Marine Smart Pilot with IR controlled remote interfaced to Ray Marine C80 10" Color Chart plotter
Engine Controls: Morse throttle and gear levers for each engine at each station
Compass: Ritchie Power-damp at both helms
VHF Radio (Upper): ICOM-M412 (2016)
VHF Radio (Lower): Shakespeare SE 2550
Fish Finder1(Upper): Garmin 546S
Fish Finder2(Upper): Hummingbird 200DC
Fish Finder (Lower): Raytheon 128S sounder
GPS (Integrated with C80): Ray Marine
Radar: 12 Mile color with rotating enclosed antenna integrated to Ray Marine C80 for overlay on color charts
Chart Plotter 1: Ray Marine C80 with G-charts
Chart Plotter 2: Garmin 546S with G-charts SE US & Bahamas (2016)
Chart Plotter 3: Garmin 421 with G-charts SE US & Bahamas (2015)
Running Lights: International Rule
Anchor light: Automatic on at dark
Stereo: Pioneer with DVD Mosfet 50W with dual marine speakers
Main Engines: Two six cylinder Ford Lehman SM135
Serial Numbers: Port: #93676 Hours (Aug17): 4278
Stbd:#27253 Hours (Aug17): 4247
Reduction Gears: Borg-Warner Velvet Drive transmissions 2.0:1 ratio
Stbd:#2824 (Rebuild Jun16)
Engine Shut Down: Electrical
Fuel lines: Copper tubing
Fuel Filter: Racor primary and dual engine mounted cartridge secondary for each engine.
Fuel Shut Off Valve: One each tank with valve manifold on aft engine compartment bulkhead
Lube Oil Filter: Cartridge type remotely installed on aft of each engine
Fuel Transfer: Yes, equalizer line and manifold
Engine Cooling: Fresh water. Heat exchangers (both serviced, cleaned, checked 2017)
Exhaust System: Hose to Verna Lift silencer then overboard with 3 ½" wire reinforced hoses 11" long (both replaced)
Exhaust Cooling: Raw Water through SS exhaust elbows
Hose Condition: Excellent
Hose Clamps: Stainless steel all in excellent condition
Seacocks and Strainers: Bronze ball valve with stainless steel strainers
Engine Electrical: 12 V Starters and Alternators
Starting Batteries: 1 8D (2015) deep cycle house - 2 - Type 31 Marine Deep Cycle(2016)- starting and 1 Type 31 Gel (2017) for generator.
Gauges: Full gage panels at both helms: volt, oil pressure, water temperature, engine tachometers and synchronizer. Engine high temp light and audible alarms also at both helms.
Propeller Shafts: 2" stainless steel
Propellers: 3 blade bronze. 24X18
Packing gland: Bronze
Stern tube: Fiberglass
Struts: Single bronze vee strut on each shaft
Strut bearings: Cutlass rubber
Rudders: Bronze spade type
Generator: Three cylinder diesel
Make and Model: Kohler 8CC023 8KW
Serial Number: 175073
Fuel Lines: Copper tubing
Fuel Filter: Racor primary with engine mounted cartridge secondary
Lube Oil Filter: Engine mounted cartridge type
Engine Cooling: Fresh water
Sea Cocks and Strainers: Bronze sea cocks, stainless steel strainer
Shore Power Voltage: 120 Volts (2 lines) at 30Amps each
Shore Power Cord: 2 50' cables
Battery charger: Xantrex 3 bank 20 amp with remote display at lower helm (2016)
Electrical Panels: Main panel under cabin helm
Wiring Condition: Excellent
Bilge, Electrical Two - One manual/automatic, one manual only
Location: Under ve berth sole, fwd in engine room
Pressure water pump: Shurflo with water strainer
Shower sump pump: Sump, pump and float switch under vee berth sole, vee berth AC condensation line routed to sump drain basin.
A/C Cooling pumps: 2 -110 volt March
Head pump: Crown macerating (new 2016)
Air Conditioners: Two Mermaid 16.5K BTU for main cabin and vee berth both reverse cycle with digital controls
Other: Jabsco holding tank macerator (new Apr 2018)
Capacity: 300 gallons each tank
Location: Port and stbd in engine compartment
Material: Fiberglass covered steel to port. Four connected aluminum to stbd
Fuel Fills: Hose to deck plates
Fresh Water: 2 stainless steel 100 gallons each with large engine room cartridge water filter and pressure accumulator
Water Fill: Hose to deck plate each side
Holding: Built in fiberglass under vee berth in vented space 30 gallons with access port and sensor
Hot Water Heater: Seward 11 gallon 110 volt and engine cooling water.
Cooking Fuel: Propane tank on fly bridge in vented space
Location: To port fwd
Stove: SeaWard Princess 3 burner with oven and granite top
Refrigerator: Igloo Upright refrigerator-freezer, 110V
Microwave: GE with browner
Coffee Maker: Black & Decker Spacemaker
Sink: Deep double stainless with swivel faucet
Galley Sole Teak and holly
Weather station: Weams & Path Marine Brass barometer & clock
Accommodations: Queen size walk around forward berth & standard size hid-a-bed in salon couch
Cabin Furnishings: Galley to port fwd and helm to stbd fwd
Breakfast bar aft of galley. Two upholstered chairs(custom storage under seats) with 50" folding antique oak table between. Liquor cabinet, 77" sofa and small cabinet to stbd. Custom sliding drapes with 5 sliding glass windows and screens port and stbd. All cabin glass tinted. Doors port, stbd and aft. Vee berth fwd with queen size bed, three hanging lockers - one converted to linen closet. Built-in vanity with light and drawer, round storage stool. Four stainless port windows with screens in state room. All ceiling lights (10) converted to digital with blue changing in state room. Vinyl ceiling with teak hand rails in main salon.
Cabin Sole: Teak and holly with large area rug
Cabin Bright-work: Finished teak
Head: To port aft of vee berth with vessel sink lavatory and shower/tub combination. Raritan Crown electric pump toilet (spare rebuilt head onboard). Holding tank near full sensor/light under sink.
TV, STEREO, ETC. Two Visio HD TVs (43" in salon (2018) and 19" in stateroom with 110V JVC DVD player in salon. Three hanging 110V lights (2 salon and 1 master stateroom). Switch, amplifier and adjustable TV antenna control over refrigerator in galley area. Satelite DirecTV with marine KVH antenna - watch TV in all type conditions.
Ladder: Stainless ladder from aft deck to fly bridge through hatch in aft deck overhang
Seats and tables: Adjustable padded helm seat. L-shaped padded bench seats and round pedestal table fwd. Teak folding table and four folding marine deck chairs aft.
Rails: Stainless rails port, stdb and aft.
Bimini: Captain's navy marine canvas on stainless frame covers entire bridge. Front section is entirely enclosed with clear isinglass and solid zipping door (new 2017)
Helm: Fwd L-section seating with storage, GPS and TV antenna under front cowl with extra storage. Canvas Bimini covers entire flybridge.
Other: Tinted splash shield. Indoor/outdoor carpet. Inclinometer, 110V and 12V outlets. JVC KD-6230 Stereo with disc changer.
Enter salon through 24" solid teak door on same level as Aft Deck, or through a sliding solid teak door on starboard to access lower helm. To starboard is a light blue regular size couch with removal cushions with pull out queen size hide-a-bed. Two custom (storage and swivels) small lounge chairs face front of the couch with an antique oak double folding dining room table under a wall mounted 43" Visio HD TV with DVD player. On each side of the couch are cabinets for storage.
Forward of the main salon area is the breakfast style counter which can be overlooked from the Galley with double deep stainless sink with cabinet storage above and below sink and counter. An 110V Black Decker under cabin coffee maker keeps this appliance out of the way. The galley has propane Princess 3 burner stove (granite top) and oven with pan storage under the oven.
Without actually being on board, it is not possible to appreciate the spaciousness and feeling of comfort in the Salon - and still have a safe walk-around on outside to front bow of boat. This walk around fully lighted feature is a favorite of the first mate and makes docking a less stressful experience for everyone. There is no worry that pets will fall or jump overboard with the high inside free boards.
It should be noted that the woodwork is all beautifully finished teak. The sole throughout the inside only of this boat is teak and holly. There is a large throw rug on the sole. Also, in the Salon sole, are multiple large hatches that provide superb access to the engines and generator when needed. There are off-white custom drapes for the aluminum framed windows and screens for all windows. Added Salon illumination is provided by digitally converted overhead lights and 2 110V lamps. An extra feature is the front cabin window custom fitted panel that fits all 3 pane of glass to cut down on the sun exposure.
There is full instrumentation at both helms on the console for the engine gauges, keys and "START" and "STOP" buttons.
The queen size bed is situated forward with easy access on both sides and a large storage area with drawers at front. Side tables are on either side of the head of the bed with 12V reading lamp on each side. Pillows and bedspread are included. A large hanging locker is located in the aft starboard corner that has a full size door opening out. There are two other large cabinets - one has been converted to a linen closet and storage.
The door to the head is on the port side of the forward cabin. A medicine cabinet is located behind and above the Raritan Crown head. Storage above and below sink cabinet. Ceiling has 3 digital lights. The vessel sink is set on a Corian counter on the forward side of the room. The shower tub has automatic sump drain with enclosed custom shower drapes.
AC compartments and Engine Room
Access to the engine room is through a hatch under the steps leading from the forward stateroom to the Galley, or easily accessed through several floor hatches near the Galley and Salon. Also, easily accessible, AC/heat units (16.5 BTU) installed under forward berth and counter in Galley. Both ACs installed with easily replaceable fresh air return filter grates. All the filters/strainers (,raw water, oil, and Racor) are readily accessible. Sight glasses on fuel and water tanks. As with the rest of the boat, the engine room area is neat and clean, and owner has trip and maintenance logs with receipts back to the date the boat arrived at Miami in 1986.
One of the largest you will find on a 40' trawler. Seating for 10-12 friends with visibility and breezes which are what makes boating fun. Front area is enclosed and can be heated for all weather boating (yes, even in the Panhandle, it gets cold in January and February). Storage lockers under seats and helm front section. Upper bridge has a large 120 quart cooler for extra storage and seating.