Is Seaward yachts still in business?

Nick Hake went on to found a new company, NH Designs, which specializes in powerboat and sailboat brokerage, transport, repair and consultation. By 2022 the Seaward Yachts company website redirected to the Island Packet Yachts website and that company no longer offered any Seaward series boats for sale.

Who makes the seaward 26rk?

Hake Yachts

Are seaward sailboats still made?

All manufacturing for Seaward Yachts is now done at the Island Packet manufacturing facility in Largo Florida.

Is Seaward yachts still in business? – Related Questions

What is the largest boat that can be trailered?

Maximum allowed trailer length varies state-to-state, from 30 feet to 60 feet. States also stipulate the combined length of the tow vehicle and trailer, which ranges from 50 to 85 feet. If your rig is over-length, you may still be able to tow with an over-size load permit and some restrictions.

Is a Hunter 27 Trailerable?

The Hunter 27 Edge is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed in 2006 by the Hunter Design Team as a hybrid motorsailer and first built in 2008.

Can you tow a Catalina 27?

If the boat is EMPTY, as in no water, fuel, sails, boom, everything that can be removed removed and put in the tow vehicle, a tandem or triple axle trailer with a max gross of 10,000 will probably be fine. I would use a 1 ton dually to pull it, a strong diesel 3/4 would be okay too.

What is the biggest boat you can tow UK?

UK Driving Licences
  • Tow a small trailer up to 750 Kg weight.
  • Tow a larger trailer provided that the combined vehicle plus trailer weight is less than 3500 Kg.

Can you trailer a Catalina 25?

Yes, you absolutely need to lower the keel onto a support once you have the boat on the trailer. The keel is very heavy and will damage the lifting hardware if you keep it raised. As far as height goes, keep the rollers as low as possible but that will still allow you to lower the keel a few inches.

How do you measure a sailboat for a trailer?

The trailer’s length can be measured using a tape measure – along the trailer’s centerline. Length overall (LOA) is measured from the top/tip of the boat’s bow– unbent, to the stern or the back of the boat or watercraft. When measuring, include any rear deck extensions (which are also known as platforms).

Where should my boat sit on the trailer?

A. Set boat on trailer while maintaining no less than 2″ gap between keel and tongue plate cover. The end of the bunks/rollers should be flush with transom and the boweye should reach the winch post.

What size trailer do I need for a 22 foot boat?

Typically, a single-axle trailer can accommodate a boat up to 22′ (6.7 m) or 23′ (7.01 m) with a maximum weight of 3,300 lbs. (1,369 kg) to 3,500 lbs.

How do I know if my boat will fit on my trailer?

To calculate needed trailer capacity, calculate the total weight including the boat, the engine, a full fuel tank (approximately 7 lbs. per gallon), full water tanks (if applicable) and your personal gear. A good rule of thumb is to use 10% of boat, motor, and liquid weights for personal gear.

How far can a boat overhang the trailer?

The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) says, “No state shall impose…a rear overhang limitation of less than four feet.” Therefore, four feet is the minimum allowable, and individual states set different maximum limits.

How long is a boat trailer for 18 foot boat?

You would likely find the 18 ft boat trailer, which means that it suits vessels up to 18 feet long. This kind of trailer usually has a width of 6 to 8 feet. These numbers represent the average width.