Seeker of Fife is a 46ft traditional motorsailer built by Miller of St. Monans in Fife, Scotland and was built in 1975 for the owner. She sleeps 6-8, has 2 heads, a lovely large saloon and galley area and a sizeable foreward cabin and owners en suite cabin aft. Powered by a 127hp 6 cylinder Gardner 6LX diesel engine.
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LOA - 14.02m
LWL - 13.41m
Beam - 3.98m
Draft - 1.93m
Displacement - 34019kg
Seeker of Fife has had some considerable investment in her structure since the current owner bought her in 2011 which has been carried out by a local time served boat builder. This included redoing her deck and under deck beams.
There is still some finishing work to be done internaly.
You will note from photographs some finishing pannels are required.
She needs new carpet and would benefit from being reupholstered and the varnish being redone.
She sleeps 6-8 with 2 double berths and 4 singles in 4 cabins including the saloon and wheelhouse. There is a day heads and an owners aft en-suite cabin.
The wheelhouse can be entered from the aft deck or port side deck. There is a Teak drinks cabinet with drawers, a full length locker for wet weather gear and 'L' shaped seating area with a folding leave table. To starboard is a bench seat and navigators table and to port is the helm.
There is a missing cushion.
SALOONThis is accessed by steep steps at the forward part of the wheelhouse.'U' shaped seating area to port with a central table which lowers to form a double when required. Opposite is a single settee berth with a pilot berth above.
Needing a complete refit. The area is uncomplicated and a nice size. It is open plan to the saloon so will leand itself to the social aspect of this boat.
DAY HEADSOpposite the galley is the day heads.
OWNERS EN-SUITE CABIN
Large port and starboard single berths with central seat and shelf. At the foot of the port berth is a large locker with shelf and drawers underneath and there is additional storage under the berths.
The owners en-suite is situated to starboard and offers access into the engine compartment.
Accessed via the en-suite heads aft. A large walk round compartment with centrally mounted engine. There is also a small work bench with vice.
Gardner 6LX, 127hp, six cylinder fresh water inter-cooled diesel engine driving through a water cooled gearbox to a fixed fixed pitch four blade bronze propeller via shaft.
1996 G&M generator powered by a 15hp 3 cylinder Lister diesel engine.
RIGSeeker of Fife is rigged as a Bermudan ketch with vertically splinned octagonal single piece spruce deck stepped masts and booms.
WATER SYSTEMSupplied via 4 x interconnected water tanks with crossover valves under the main saloon floor totalliing 2273L approx. The tanks have inspection hatches.
FUEL SYSTEMThere are two fuel tanks port and starboard in the engine room and the fuel lines are visible running to the front of the compartment where there is a manifold. Each line has a stop cock.
Seeker was built in 1975 and was the last wooden boat built by the boatbuilders MILLER of ST MONANS in FIFE. Seeker was the Third and Largest boat built by Millers for the orginal owner and cruised extensively in the Mediteranian as well as the West Coast of Scotland, reland, Scandinavia and the Netherlands.
Since then she has been owned and sailed on the West Coast of Scotland by her last three owners.
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.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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