Bill's Boat Blog: Seawind 1250
A new cruising cat from the Land Down Under.
Salt Water Images
|The companionway doors retract up into the cockpit roof to allow for a seamless transition between "inside" and "outside".|
into the cockpit roof. The interior plan is available in either a galley-up or galley-down configuration,but no matter which lay-out you choose, you'll have a 360 degree view out from the saloon and three private double cabins for you and your guests. The forward cabins are noteworthy because instead of just being situated in the hulls, they are incorporated on to the bridgedeck. This provides enough interior space for a walk around bunk to port and an enormous, forward-facing bunk to starboard.