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"Fourteen Seguin 44s were launched, each yacht tailored specifically to the owner’s individual tastes and style. Every Lyman-Morse boat also utilized the engineered composites, high-end joinery, and sophisticated machinery and electronics that high-end yacht owners had come to expect." ~ Scuttlebutt Sailing News - February 2018
Journey's End is a great example of the Seguin 44 and arguably the best of the 14 built. Her current owners have committed to constantly upgrade and maintain the yacht to a level that even the most fastidious of buyers will appreciate. Overseen by a yacht manager throughout the year Journey's End boasts Teak Decking Services decks, carbon fiber rig, a balanced rudder, recent paint and varnish etc... This is an amazing boat and will not disappoint.
2005 1100.00 HRS 70.00 HP
2005 1100.00 HRS 70.00 HP
"Every owner likes to own a boat that he can be proud of. Aesthetics, workmanship, personality and even resale are considered in the boat. We chose Sparkman and Stephens to design this flexible yet new boat design. Sparkman and Stephens were not only very excited in designing this boat concept but actively follow through by working with each customer to make these boats truly personal statements." Lyman-Morse Sequin 44 Brochure
The Sequin 44 hull was hand laid-up utilizing foam coring above the waterline and a solid glass hull below the water line. The original hull was delivered with a gel-coat finish and has since been painted with Awlgrip. Utilizing modern build practices at the time of build along with strong adherence to the designers, Sparkman & Stephens, layup schedule the hull is exceptionally well built and proven hull.
The deck of the Sequin 44, Journeys End, is aesthetically pleasing with a very classical feel. Looking closer though you will notice that below the surface this very modern and built to last. One has to go no further than to look at the teak decks and the lack of bungs. The teak decks on, Journeys End, where replaced in 2014 and the a laminated Teak Decking System that is far superior to screwed down teak decks and offer added protection for the sub decks with out losing the classic proven feel of teak. Along with the new decks, all exterior wood was stripped and refinished in 2015 and the chain plates where pulled for inspection and then rebedded. Moving from bow to stern:
Dog House/Coach Roof
On Coach Roof
Carbon fiber balanced spade rudder ~ added 2016
Much of the yacht has been rewired over the years:
12 Volt DC Electrical System
120 Volt AC Electrical System
As you step down into Journey's End directly to your port is the galley. It features an updated stove and refrigeration system with a double stainless steel sink with pressurized hot and cold water. With plenty of storage space outboard and more pantry space just forward of the stove this area boasts:
The spacious salon features a center table that is built over the well insulated engine box. With settees port and starboard, and bunks built over the settees which make bunks for four comfortably. This area also features:
Journey's End's head is located forward and to port of the salon with central access from the salon and also with access from the master cabin. Well located this area also has:
The master cabin/v-berth is a traditional berth with an updated mattress. It features with a center insert that makes it closer to a queen than a double. To the starboard side is a large hanging locker and a private entrance into the head. On the port side is shelf and drawer storage. At the foot of the berth is access to the chain locker and easy access to the windlass. The key features of this cabin are:
Across from the galley is the navigation station. It features a large chart table with storage below and shelf storage outboard. Just aft of the desk is a quarter berth with shelf storage above the berth and a wet hanging locker. These areas feature:
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