For Sale

Yindee Plus – SOLD

Seastream 43 MK2 (1991)
Contact: Red Ensign Brokerage (01326 313143)
Link: https://www.red-ensign.com/boats/seastream-43/

A proven ocean going boat after completing a circumnavigation, she has been partially refitted, undergoing extensive refurbishment  including major deck work and  she was  well on her way to go blue-water sailing again.  However, the new owners have developed health problems and sadly decided they have to change their plans, so she is up for sale once more. Full story of her circumnavigation at http://www.yindeeplus.net/

Moonstream – £97,000

Seastream 43 MK1 Ketch (1982)
Contact: Mr. Ken Kilmister at kenkilmister@hotmail.com
Link: https://www.red-ensign.com/boats/seastream-43/

Our beautiful ketch rigged Moonstream was purchased in  2010  by our syndicate of 5. She has been extensively refitted, improved, maintained and loved by her current owners. Moonstream is currently spending this season in the Ionian, based at Preveza. She is ready to live aboard or go blue water cruising and is every bit a classic and a joy to see with all 4 sails set (yes, a mizzen staysail and an asymmetric). Do come for a trial with us this year, one of us will be on board to welcome you.   For a full specification and inventory please contact (also see our entry in the “Fleet” section).

Moodbird – £30,000 (recently reduced)

Seastream 34 Ketch (1979)
Contact:
Waterside Boat Sales, 02392 985688 / dreamortwo@gmail.com

Moodbird is lying in Gosport, Hampshire and appears to be in amazing condition for a 1979 boat and must have undergone a refit relatively recently. A lot of boat for the money on the face of it. We do not know the owners so unable to comment further.

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Ruddles – £34,999 (recently reduced)

Seastream 34 Sloop (1980)
Contact:
Chris Fawcett, 07961 269 562 / dreamortwo@gmail.com

Ruddles has undergone a total total refit. New engine, osmosis treatment, new cooker, New toilet, new upholstery, carbon fibre booms, Interior woodwork, headlining etc, 10 year old sails only used once for a Biscay crossing plus lots of extras. So she’s in good fettle.