Seal 28 Wild Eve
£6,000 ono

Seal 28 - sail number 3. Fitted out to special design in 1977 using heavy duty high quality materials and with a lifting keel (up 0.84, down 1.5m) with flexible and spacious accommodation including a useful aft cabin. Wild Eve is a strong versatile go-anywhere craft.

SSR registered. All through-hulls replaced for last season.


  • 2 v-berths. Water tanks under, cave lockers and drop door lockers over.
  • Separate heads with sea toilet (with diversion to tank available but not connected) and washbasin with cold water and double acting foot pump.


  • 1.5 berths with lockers under, cave and drop flap lockers over. lifting table, flaps either side of the keel housing.
  • Galley with sink and separate draining sink, double acting foot pump for cold water to sink.
  • Cool locker to side of sink, Cooker with 2 burners grill and stove fed by gas from dedicated locker in cockpit.
  • Plenty of storage for equipment in 2 shelves and lockers.
  • Navigating table with chart stowage and instruments to hand.


  • with 2 quarter berths with foot under cockpit.
  • 2 shelf cupboard between, cave locker above and to side of each berth, lockers under.


  • Treadmaster to all walking surfaces
  • 4 winches+anchor windlass
  • Danforth kedge anchor with 10m chain and warp
  • CQR main anchor with 50m of chain
  • Anchors are stored in a foredeck well which provides a secure working place
  • Double guard wires from pushpit to pullpit.
  • One spinnaker pole with deck fittings for second.
  • Speaker repeater in cockpit locker for VHF.
  • Demountable autopilot / tiller pilot (TP300C).
  • Compass x 2.
  • Paddlewheel speed log.
  • Anemometer (needs attention for wind speed)
  • Spray hood and Dodgers
  • Foghorn- mouth blown
  • Shore power cable via RCD unit
  • Cassette water hose
  • Lights- nav lights port starboard and stern, plus masthead tricolour, anchor light and foredeck light
  • Fenders
  • Many warps and ropes
  • Onshore storage cradle
  • Boom tent.
  • Stack Pack for Main (in red) and lazy jacks


  • Chart table with chart storage
  • Instruments plus shelf and lockers
  • Switch panel for 12v equipment.
  • Tank gauges for water and diesel
  • VHF radio with emergency aerial.
  • Furuno GPS navigator GP 1850W.
  • Clock barometer and tide clock.
  • Engine hours gauge.
  • Socket for 12v and shore power.
  • Handbooks for engine and equipment.


  • Life raft (needs a service)
  • Subrella Dan buoy on pushpit
  • 2 fire extinguishers
  • Transom ladder and portable ladder
  • Throwing line
  • Various tools and spares


  • Builder- John Baker
  • Designer - Angus Primrose
  • Built 1977
  • Length-8.46m
  • Beam-2.97m
  • Hull fibreglass
  • Fuel tank-10gall
  • Engine- Yamaha 2gm20 inboard diesel, serviced annually.
  • Anti fouled for this season.

If she goes for a reasonable amount, I may also include an inflatable dinghy with oars and an EPIRB


Stig Rouen

Posted: Jul 19