Sealord Owners

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Albert » Tue Jan 01, 2013 7:50 pm

ex-Stormy Monday wrote:Another Sealord for the list: Akora Be, registered in Nantes and seen moored in Rochefort on 11/09/2012, so unable to advise sail number or any other details. Very smart appearance, windscreen (don't know whether this was standard as I'm not familiar with the Sealord but am capable of reading the model name on the hull band).

Tom
The windscren is not a standard fitting for the Sealord. It was a standard fitting for the Oceanlord, however.
Probably the fixed windscreen was added during a refit. In consequence the spray dodgers for both boats are different.
They are both collapsible. I cannot remeber further details.

A Happy New Year to all Sealord owners and crews from sunny Gibraltar.

Let us explore the possibilities this year of arranging a Sealord meet. :D ...that would be fun.
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:15 pm

For sail [sale? Ed...] in Florida it could be another, it could be one we know of which has been renamed, it could be one I have posted before!

Still looks like its in good shape.

There is also a new one in the states in the new owners book 'Bateau' SD 9 which i'll have to check over in my records! :mrgreen:

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:25 pm

Indeed the link I posted is the same one I posted last year so, maybe not a new one.

'Akora Be' and 'Bateau' seem legit though, although Akora Be sail no is unknown!

We have up to 33 (ish) accounted for, to a degree of accuracy :mrgreen:

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Tue Apr 30, 2013 1:31 pm

CMH wrote:Indeed the link I posted is the same one I posted last year so, maybe not a new one.

'Akora Be' and 'Bateau' seem legit though, although Akora Be sail no is unknown!

We have up to 33 (ish) accounted for, to a degree of accuracy :mrgreen:

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Albert » Fri Jul 12, 2013 1:46 pm

Another Sealord found ; MORIAN, in the Netherlands. :D
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by JayT » Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:19 pm

First mentioned in this thread on 31st Mar 2011... :D
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Albert » Sat Jul 13, 2013 11:15 am

JayT wrote:First mentioned in this thread on 31st Mar 2011... :D
Ah ! I have only just spotted it, that's why.. :lol:
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by taranga » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:55 pm

Hello,
I am the new owner of the Morian. I live in Germany and my Sealord stays in Holland (Veerse Meer)

This is my new Blog! http://www.morianblog.wordpress.com

Enjoy it

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Raimondas » Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:00 am

Hi all,
I am considering on buying an old Sealord. My question for the owners would be: how much hulls of these boats are affected by osmosis? Is it really necessary earlier or later to do the treatment if it was not done? Any "hidden" serious issues were found during your experience of handling these boats? I read about lower shroud week chain plates. Thank you.

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Wed May 21, 2014 9:32 am

Hola folks and Bump for the thread!

Laska (pictured on the Westerly Owners site) may well be our dismasted Sealord. I have emailed the owner who has confimed it and I'll email him again informing him of this thread.

Email reply:

Hi Chris,
you ´d see that the boat need work. im starting in one month, unless someone want it like this.
the mast was replaced because a wire brokes when sailing, and the original mast goes to the deep of sea. i bought this one (soromap) new in france.
the boat also need a new mainsail, the actual one is ready for the garbage. but she has a lot of sails in very goog shape, 2 autopilots autohelm 7000, radar, windpilot aries...
the engine looks terrible but works perfectly, it has 1900 hours. need a paint.
the shell is already dry (7-9% moisture), after 1,5 years drying. some places with delamination (you ´d see in the photos), but mostly perfect.

MidKnight Ketch is also on the Market:

The Hunt continues...

Fair winds folks
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Albert » Wed May 21, 2014 10:00 pm

I am not up to date with this.
Is this the Sealord that was dismasted between Ushuaia and Capetown, or is it another one supposedly in the Canaries?
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by JayT » Wed May 21, 2014 10:16 pm

I am not up to date with this.
Is this the Sealord that was dismasted between Ushuaia and Capetown, or is it another one supposedly in the Canaries?
No, that was Brilliance... (see earlier in this thread)
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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Thu May 22, 2014 9:30 am

Albert wrote:I am not up to date with this.
Is this the Sealord that was dismasted between Ushuaia and Capetown, or is it another one supposedly in the Canaries?
Maybe the one in the canaries, I have no proof but a fairly strong lead.

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by Garry Lee » Tue Jun 03, 2014 4:44 pm

Sealord Outreach now for sale, advert in classified section

http://www.westerly-owners.co.uk/craftforsale.php

Thanks

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Re: Sealord Owners

Post by CMH » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:56 am

Good spot Garry, I had emailed them to ask for any details, seems a good price too!

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