Custom Built With Paragons Traditional Styling, Timeless Appearance, And Meticulous Appointments; SEAS TO SEE Is A Truly Exceptional Large Cockpit Motor Yacht. Large Salon Windows And Open Floor Plan Highlight The Beautifully Crafted Mahogany Woodwork. SEAS TO SEE Offers Accommodations For Up To Eight Owners And Guests And Three Crew Members In A Well-appointed And Significantly Updated Package Thanks To A Thoughtful Refit In 2020.
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Custom built with Paragons traditional styling, timeless appearance, and meticulous appointments; SEAS TO SEE is a truly exceptional large cockpit motor yacht. Large salon windows and open floor plan highlight the beautifully crafted mahogany woodwork. SEAS TO SEE offers accommodations for up to eight owners and guests and three crew members in a well-appointed and significantly updated package thanks to a thoughtful refit in 2020.
SEAS TO SEE offers three, nice-sized double staterooms each with ensuite heads. Paragon’s innovative design provides the option for the aft VIP lounge to be converted into a partitioned double bunk cabin.
The full-beam master suite is located amidship and accessed via a private stairway from the main salon. There is a center-line king-sized berth lined by bedside cabinets and reading lamps. Facing the berth is a flat-panel TV with Bose sound system. To starboard is a settee and a generous cedar-lined closet. To port is a makeup vanity with a large chest of drawers and a laundry center. Aft is his and her ensuite heads with a stone-lined shower and a Jacuzzi tub.
The two VIP queen staterooms are accessed by a stairway from the pilothouse.
The forward VIP stateroom has an island queen berth lined by abundant storage and two cedar-lined hanging lockers. Facing the berth is a flat-panel TV with Bose sound system. Aft is the ensuite head with a stone-lined shower and countertops.
The aft full beam VIP provides a center line walk around queen berth. To port, there are generous storage cabinets and a cedar-lined hanging locker. To starboard is a chest of drawers, a cedar-lined hanging locker, and a lounge area that can be converted into a partitioned bunk cabin. Facing the queen berth is a flat-panel TV with a Bose sound system. Forward is the ensuite head with a stone-lined shower and countertops.
Accessible from a separate stairway from the aft of the main salon and also through a watertight door in the cockpit, the captain’s cabin is located aft of the machinery spaces forward of the cockpit. This nicely appointed double berth cabin provides the same level of detail and finishing found throughout the yacht. It has a desk and a cedar-lined hanging locker. Facing the berth is a flat panel TV with a stereo system along with VHF radio and some basic instrumentation. Aft is the ensuite head with solid surface countertops and a shower. The crew lounge provides Paragon’s innovative design with an optional partition to provide for a single crew cabin and a laundry center.
Aft from the galley, the main salon opens to a large and welcoming expanse of beautifully handcrafted woodwork, coffered ceilings, and custom furnishings. Large windows and a French sliding door provide terrific viewing while underway and maximum natural light. There are remote-controlled window treatments ensuring privacy and sun protection as desired. On the forward bulkhead is the large TV and custom cabinetry concealing the entertainment system along with the ice maker and wine cooler. To port is a built-in settee with a table and the stairway leading to the captain’s quarters aft. To starboard, are two chairs with a table and the stairway leading to the master stateroom.
Aft of the pilothouse is the galley with beautiful stone countertops and a breakfast bar complemented by a teak and holly sole. There is abundant storage, a dual compartment sink, (2) Subzero full height refrigerators with freezer drawers, KitchenAid dishwasher, trash compactor, microwave, glass cooktop, and oven. Aft to port is a weather-tight exterior door to allow for easy provisioning and trash removal. The galley is open to the pilothouse with an optional partition if needed.
The pilothouse is accessed by doors on the port and starboard. There is excellent visibility through flat panel 10mm tempered glass windows forward with windshield washers and wipers. Large side windows enhance visibility as well. Two Pomp Anette helm chairs and a u-shaped settee with a pedestal-mounted wood inlaid table provide great visibility for all. The pilothouse sole is teak and holly. The helm console is a modern glass bridge helm with all the appropriate instrumentation.
The flybridge is accessed from a stairway in the pilothouse or from a stairway on the aft deck. There is a double Pompanette helm chair with L-shaped settees aft to port and starboard with beautiful, handcrafted wood tabletops. Port and starboard wing stations have full engine controls. The helm is equipped with all the appropriate instrumentation.
Aft to port is an outdoor galley area with a BBQ grill, sink, and refrigeration with granite countertops. To the starboard is a booth seating area. The flybridge area is covered by a fiberglass hard top with an innovative retractable canvas sunroof. The flybridge has the option to be enclosed with sliding Barrat glass panels providing a great climate-controlled living space rain or shine.
Aft of the flybridge area is the boat deck with a 2500 lb Steel Head hydraulic davit providing ample storage room for the 16’ Zar tender with a 90 hp Suzuki on removable stainless-steel chocks allowing for a usable deck when the tender is deployed.
The main deck features a full, broad walk around teak decks from bow to stern. The foredeck features a large u-shaped settee and table making for a great lunch spot or it easily converts to a wind-protected sun pad. Aft is large bosun lockers on either side of the forward deckhouse providing storage for deck equipment as well as a livewell. There is ample room to deploy the stainless-steel Bruce anchor with a built-in freshwater anchor chain wash system.
The aft deck offers al fresco dining with two pedestal-mounted handcrafted wood tables, a built-in bench seat aft, and pull-up chairs. Forward to the starboard is a TV and storage cabinet with refrigeration and sink / wet bar. Forward to the port is the stairway leading to the boat deck. Outboard the stairway is a wing station with engine controls. Two cascading stairways aft of the dining area lead you to the 8’ cockpit “Beach Club” encompassing a 70-gallon bait tank, built-in sink, large lazarette, and a “Hookah” dive system. Double transom doors open to a 4’ integrated swim step with removable stainless “Staple Rails”, a hands-free shower, and a swim ladder.
SEAS TO SEE has cruised, under her current five-year ownership, extensively throughout the US East Coast, Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. In late 2019 SEAS TO SEA took an indirect underwater lightning shock from a neighboring sailboat that was directly hit. Her owner was quick to get the insurance company involved and what followed was a very extensive refit in 2020 through 2021 which saw the replacement of virtually all electronic systems and appliances aboard the yacht at a just shy of $1M USD. She was then extensively cruised for a year and a half after this incident and has proven to be problem free.
SEAS TO SEE has spent most of her life cruising at 10kts burning 21gph with short powerups to 16 – 18kts daily. Throttling back to 8kts reduces fuel consumption to 16gph providing a 2,250-mile cruising range.
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.