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“Sea Wagon” is a 1972 Atlantic 50 built in Jacksonville Florida. Her current and 3rd owners have had her for approx. 10 years and have cruised her extensively all down the east coast and across to the Bahamas.
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BASIC BOAT INFO
Boat Name: Sea Wagon
Model: Atlantic 50
Length Overall: 50' 0"
Beam: 14' 7"
ENGINES / SPEED
Engine #1 Specs:
Engine Power: 375|horsepower
Engine #2 Specs:
Engine Power: 375|horsepower
Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 500|gallon
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 200|gallon
Holding Tank Capacity: 25|gallon
Boat Class: Antique and Classics
Phone: 773 870 6444
Accommodations & Layout
Sleeps 4 in two comfortable staterooms, a guest stateroom forward and the master stateroom aft each with full head including a stall shower. A spacious saloon is located mid-ship with an open adjacent galley. There is a large bridge deck with centerline helm offering 360 degrees visibility, wide side decks and a huge cockpit.
The master stateroom is aft and down three steps from the saloon. There are large single berths to port and a queen to starboard. a large hanging wardrobe, a chest of drawers and a vanity. There is access to the cockpit via four steps up on the centerline of aft bulkhead. A spacious head with stall shower adjoins this stateroom. There are four large portlights for light and ventilation.
The spacious guest stateroom is in the forepeak with large v-berths, a large hanging locker, and an adjacent head compartment. There is a large overhead hatch and five portlights for light and ventilation.
The spacious saloon is located down three steps from the bridge deck and features large windows port and starboard for unlimited visibility while at anchor or underway. Three forward windows add to the brightness of the saloon and the adjacent galley. There is an L-shaped settee to port and an occasional chairs opposite with a coffee table.
The galley is forward and down one step from the saloon, and aft up one step from the forward stateroom. It is full width of the boat, and is open to the saloon creating a bright and airy layout. The galley is equipped with a fridge freezer combo refrigerator, Shipmate propane three burner range, double ss sink and Paloma instant hot water heater.
The master stateroom head has a VacuFlush head with a 20 gallon holding tank, and the guest head forward features a Raritan Crown head with a 10 gallon holding tank. Both heads have stall showers.
The bridge deck is up and aft four steps from the saloon. The helm is on the centerline with good 360 degree visibility. A built-in companion seat is to port with an accessible bar on the back side. There is a built-in settee on the starboard side aft, and a opening to the cockpit on the port side with three steps down. Access gates to the side decks on port and starboard side of bridge. Teak bridge sole. Todd helm chair with custom built-in cabinet below. Bridge deck seat cushions. Dual Buell air horns powered with dedicated compressor.Engines
Caterpillar 3208 TAs (Engine 1)
Caterpillar 3208 TAs (Engine 2)
3500Electrical and electronics
Hull Construction and remarks
The hull construction is double diagonal planked 3/8" Philippine mahogany bonded with resorcinol resin and sheathed with 20 oz. fiberglass cloth set in epoxy. All decks and cabin tops are sheathed in 10 oz. fiberglass cloth set in epoxy. The bilges are epoxy resin coated and are compartmentalized with four water tight bulkheads.
The current and third owner has owned this vessel this vessel for over 10 years, and over this period has continually upgraded and maintained. Upgrades include the repowering in 1992, replacement of all window glass with tinted glass, rebedding of all cleats, chocks and deck fittings, interior refinishing and exterior repainting. Your personal inspection will confirm the excellent condition of this Huckins.
The boat was repowered in 1992 by Huckins with Caterpillar 3208 TAs at 375 hp each. Currently there is approximately 3500 hours on these engines. New universal drive shafts were installed in 1998, and the Huckins vee-drives rebuilt in 2002. The current owner replaced both shafts and bearing in 2016.
Cell 773 870 6444