1969 Hardin Seawolf
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As you read through the equipment list you will find that most everything on board this vessel is from 2013 or later as the current owner prepared to cruise around the world. This vessel was sailed from California to Texas and came through the Panama Canal, it is a proven ocean sailor...
This Hardin design was built to take offshore and cruise the world. this listing is meant to give you a brief overview and photos. for more information and details please contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you might have. let us know if you would like to arrange a time to get on board and take a tour or make an offer subject to your personal inspection. We look forward to helping you...
- Kemah, TX, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight
- 42 ft - 12.8 meter
- 151 ft - 46.02 meter
- 12 ft 2 in - 3.71 meter
- Draft - max:
- 6 ft - 1.83 meter
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- Dry Weight:
- 29000 lbs
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- Fuel Type:
- 45 (Individual), 45 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 50 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 130 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 35 gallons - 1 tank(s)
BBQ - Chef's Mate
Refrigeration - Adler / Barbour (currently not working, short cycling)
Cooking Stove - Force 10
Evaporator - SuperCold
Water Heater - Excel (not marine but has worked out well)
Heating Stove - Sig Marine - Solid Fuel Heater
Hurricane Kerosene Lamp - Weems & Plath - Trawler Oil Lamp
ALL NEW IN 2013 OR LATER
Head Toilet - Dometic - MasterFlush 8152
Bilge Pump (Auto) Jabsco
2nd Bilge Pump (Auto) - Jabsco
Bilge Pump (Hand) - Whale Gusher 10
Bilge Pump (Hand) - Whale Gusher 30
Water Maker KatadynPowerSurvivor 40e
Electronics and Navigation
ALL ELECTRONIC ARE 2013 OR NEWER UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED
Auto Pilot - Simrad
Barometer - Weems & Plath
2 Clocks - Weems & Plath (one is older than 2013)
Chart Plotter - Simrad
Chart Plotter - Simrad
GPS Antenna - Simrad
Radar - Simrad
SSB - Icon
SSB Antenna Tuner - Icom
Stereo Amp - Fusion
Stereo - Fusion
4 Cabin speakers
2 Cockpit Marine speakers - Fusion (Need to be replaced)
VHF Fixed (Fo'cstl) 25 watt - Horizon (Older than 20130
VHF Fixed (Nav Sta.) 25 watt - Simrad
VHF Handheld - Standard Horizon
VHF remote handset - Simrad
All wiring has been replaced as part of the refurbishment started in 2013. All wiring is tinned marine quality and most is one size larger than the calculated size to reduce heat production and voltage loss.
1 Engine Battery
1 8D House Battery - New in 2016 - Frame can hold up to three batteries
Inverter / Charger
Sails and Rigging
ALL SAILS AND RIGGING ARE 2013 OR NEWER UNLESS NOTED "OLDER"
Spinnaker Sock - ATN Spinnaker Sleeve
Main Mast 53' Douglas Fir / Oregon Pine
Mizzen Mast 40'Douglas Fir / Oregon Pine
Sail Tracks x 3 Main, Mizzen and Storm are all Tides Marine - Strong Track
Stays - Dynex - Dynex Dux 75
9 Winches (OLDER)
Wind vane - Cape Horn Spray (OLDER)
Emergency Tiller (OLDER)
Boarding Ladder (OLDER)
ALL GROUND TACKLE IS 2013 OR NEWER UNLESS NOTED (OLDER)
45# Anchor - Manson Boss
45# CQR Anchor (OLDER)
Danforth Anchor (OLDER)
Anchor Chain 140' 3/8" BBB
Anchor Chain 27' 3/8" BBB
Anchor Line 5/8"
Anchor Line 5/8"
Anchor Windlass is a Lighthouse 1501 Refurbished in 2014
ALL SAFETY EQUIPMENT IS 2013 or NEWER
EPIRB - ACR Globalfix iPro RLB-36
Safety Flares (Gun) (Expired, kept for backup)
Flares (Hand) Sep-15
Life Jackets (class III) - 4
Life Jackets (Class V) - 4
Marine Fire Extinguishers -4
Rescue AIS - 2 - Safe Link R10
Engine and Mechanical
RUNS AND LOOKS GREAT!
Engine 45 HP Perkins 4-108 - Completely rebuilt in 2014
Alternator 60 Amp - Completely rebuilt in 2016
House Alternator 90 Amp - Completely rebuilt in 2015
Transmission - ZF Marine ZF 63A - New in 2014, Hydraulic, 2:1
Construction and Owners Comments
Her Construction and What It Means
as written by her current owner...
Being designed for wood, but built in glass in 1969 she is in a very sweet spot of boat construction. Being designed in the era of wood, she is beautiful. Being in the early years of fiberglass, they didn’t yet know how strong fiberglass was, they built her hull to the scantlings of wood. This means that the fiberglass is as thick as she would have been built if she’d been wood. When we moved the seacocks we got core samples and the thickness of the hull was ¾ of an inch below the waterline. This thickness is, of course, stronger and heavier. The fiberglass is all hand laid, as the chop gun was not in wide spread use at that time, and labor was cheap in Taiwan.
I truly believe, although I’ve never tried it, that she is bulletproof. I think you could fire a small caliber round into her and it wouldn’t penetrate.
The hull, top sides and bottom have all been painted in the last 5 years. The bright work was varnished two years ago, but needs some attention now. She has enough bright work to make her truly beautiful, but not so much as to make her an excessive burden to keep up.
The topsides were originally all teak. Fastened with thousands of screws, they are what gave this class of boat their original nickname “leaky teaky”. No doubt, they leaked a lot, but her side decks and foredecks have all been replaced by fiberglass. And they now have two part linear polyurethane painted decks with non-skid (coarse sand) embedded for maximum safety. The aft decks are teak, and quite beautiful, they are epoxied in place without screws, so they do not leak. They are natural / unfinished
The cabin and interior are wood construction. Being wood on the interior she is truly beautiful. The saloon, and main cabin are original wood, all very beautiful teak. The paint and varnish have all been redone in the last three years.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.