Contact: Hartlepool Marina Boat Sales
Tel: (01429) 865 744
Full Specification: https://www.yachtworld.com/yacht/1989-seastream-43-9067762/
Pipers Dream did a 7 year circumnavigation from around 2010. On her return she underwent a significant external refit of deck, cap rails, cockpit and hatches. She was maintained very well during her circumnavigation. In 2020 new owners purchased her but unfortunately due to ill health she is now back on the market. She is in prime condition and certainly ready for a world voyage again!
Seastream 34 (1979)
Cloud Nine’ is a Seastream 34, ketch rig, built by Seastream Yachts Ltd. in early 1979. The current owner watched her being built, named her, registered her, and took delivery as new in May 1979. Cloud Nine is thereby a much-treasured yacht meticulously maintained by her current owner for 44 years. With great regret, this offer for sale arises from the gathering old age and failing health of her present owner reluctantly accepting the realisation that Cloud Nine now needs another proud owner.
The Seastream 34 is a strong sailing cruiser with a powerful engine and excellent seakeeping qualities. It has a deep and safe cockpit and very practical and comfortable domestic accommodation which makes it a very sensible choice for a small family to go cruising. The current owner sailed Cloud Nine singlehanded to the Mediterranean, via Gibraltar, in the late 90’s, holidaying with family through several seasons exploring the Balearic Islands, and finally returning to UK in 2005. Cloud Nine’s very extensive inventory offered in this sale reflects that cruising experience, and is ready to go again.
Tim Good says:
I don’t know of any other Seastream’s that are still owned by the original and first owner. I haven’t seen this boat personally but by all accounts it is a rare opportunity to own a very well appointed 34.
Seastream 34 (1986)
Contact: Richard Waldron – email@example.com / 07866899844
I have owned this beautiful Sea Stream for 6/7 years, naming her her after my daughter Bella May. She has had a lot of upgrades and upholstery throughout. Very well maintained. Out water every winter . She has had below water line survey done April 22. She sails very well & always felt very safe in rough conditions. Sadly the time has come to find her a new owner to take her further afield.
Sloop rigged with hull number 47. A Vetus M17 42 hp Diesel engine installed new in 2014. Probably one of the most well appointed 34’s out there and almost certainly the best one currently available. Full cockpit enclosure.
THREE TIMES A LADY
Seastream 43 MK3
Price on application to owner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to introduce TTAL (Three Times A Lady) and myself.
TTAL was launched 97 in Falmouth. The last owner, a Swedish businessman, originally wanted to circumnavigate the world, but only sailed her on a five year trip to the Caribbeans and US back to Mallorca but due to health reasons put her on the market. Many features have been integrated in TTAL for this trip like a thick watertight bulkhead door, 2 x 600 ltr. diesel tanks etc.
I bought her 2005 with the intention to circumnavigate the world after retirement which in the end I never did. However, I sailed her extensively every year for 2X3 months around the Med, North Africa and the Black Sea.
I was born in the year 42 and slowly running out of power but my sailing years in the Med with my much loved TTAL have been the best of my life and if I could, I would like to go on. However, travelling twice a year from HK to Greece is getting more complicated with the Virus around and more exhaustive. I tried to ship her to HK but finally gave up at the quoted price for shipment, cradle and mast removal, very costly, a no go.
She is presently at the IONION Marine Preveza/Greece on the hard under protection cover and can be visited there. She is presently not on the market besides the note in the Seastream Association. April this year I will travel to Preveza and try to get a value assessment, and bring her to the market.
The sales price will be around 150 TEU but depending on the assessment.
If you need more information, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Tim Good says:
A rare opportunity indeed. There were not many MK3s built and this is one of the last, if not the last Seastream 43 completed. As such the carpentry is a high standard and it would have been overseen by Ian Anderson himself in Falmouth and we believe it is the same boat as reviewed by Yachting Monthly in 1996.
There is much to be said about the boat but perhaps it is best to see this survey in 2018. This then she has not bee sailed extensively due to Covid and the owner being based in Hong Kong.