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1969 Allied Seabreeze - 35'

Year 1969
Length 35ft.
Price USD $29,900
Type: Pre-owned
Location Yarmouth,
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel Diesel
Contact Information
Beam: 10 ft 3 in
Max Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 13000 lbs
Engine(s): Westerbeke
Fuel: Diesel
Engine(s) HP: 21 HP
Fuel: (30 Gallons)
Water: (45 Gallons)
Holding Tank: (12 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

LOA: 35 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 3 in
LWL: 24 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 13000 lbs
Ballast: 4000 lbs
Total Power: 21 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 21 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (45 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (12 Gallons)

Recent Upgrades
  • Recent Upgrades:
  • Rebuild of Westerbeke 21A by Hansen Marine (2001)
  • Rebuild of Constellation Compass (2005)
  • Rebuild of DataMarine Depth Gauge (2009)
  • New SS Shaft w/Prop Cutter (2001)
  • New Garmin GPS 541s with Depth (2015)
  • New Moor Speed Gauge (2011)
  • New Anchor Light (2016)
  • New SS Destroyer Wheel with Quick Off Edson Nut (2009)
  • All New Standing & Running Rigging (2012)
  • New VHF Antenna (2012)
  • New VHF Radio (2012
  • New Stereo (2011)
  • Replaced Upper Port & Starboard Chainplates
  • Epoxy Barrier Coated Bottom (1995)




The accommodations are light, bright and spacious. The cabin interior features a white molded fiberglass headliner, laminate covered bulkheads with natural teak trim and a teak veneer over marine grade plywood cabin sole. Her traditional layout is very comfortable and utilizes the space extremely efficiently. Abundant storage everywhere and easily sleeps 6 with her convertible settee and pullout transom berth. Her head facilities are forward to port and has easy access to both the forward cabin and salon. U Shaped dinette to port pivots to be accessable from the starboard transom berth.


A complete headliner gives a smooth, clean interior overhead, and there are no exposed fiberglass surfaces to detract from the below-decks shipshape appearance enhanced by natural teak or Philippine mahogany trim and formica-covered bulkheads and countertops. Main and forward stateroom bunks are 6'6".  Four wide extension transoms pull out to make two additional 6'6" berths.  Easily accessible storage areas are provided under main cabin bunks. 

Headroom is 6'3" in main cabin and 6' in the head and forward stateroom.  The galley has 10 sq. ft. of counter and work area excluding the stove and SS sink.  100 lb. ice box with 8 cu. ft. of storage capacity.  Six large opening ports and two 4" dorade vents provide ample ventilation and make for comfortable living below.

  • 2-Burner Alcohol Stove
  • S/S Sink w/ Cutting Board Cover
  • Pressurized Hot & Cold Water
  • Six Gallon Hot Water Tank (Heated by Engine or Shore Power)
  • Large Insulated Top Loading Ice Box
  • Abundant Storage Lockers For Food And Cookware

Sails & Canvas

Mainsail w/Cover

135% Roller Furling Genoa w/UV Sunshield

Mizzen w/Matching Blue Cover

Blue Dodger

Padded Sunbrella Lifeline Covers


  • Recent Upgrades:

    • Rebuild of Constellation Compass (2005)
    • Rebuild of DataMarine Depth Gauge (2009)
    • New Garmin GPS 541s with Depth (2015)
    • New Moor Speed Gauge (2011)
    • New Anchor Light (2016)
    • New VHF Antenna (2012)
    • New Uniden VHF Radio (2012
    • New Pansonic FM/AM/CD Stereo w/Bose Speakers (2011)
    • Datamarine Depth (Companionway Bulkhead)
    • Ship's Clock
    • Ship's Barometer
    • Pedestal Compass

Hull & Deck

Hull one-piece fiberglass-reinforced plaxstic with an integrally molded centerboard trunk.  Hull is both longitudinally and transversely reinforced.  The one0piece insulated deck, trunk cabin and cockpit are of specially engineered sandwich construction to insure highest strength and stiffness with the least weight.  The non-skid is molded flush, to minimize wear and chipping.  The 4,000 lb. lead ballast keel is glassed securely inside the hull.

Rudder: fiberglass-reinforced plastic.

Rudder Stock: 1 1/2" Tobin bronze.


Fuel Tank: 30 gallons Monel, under cockpit sole.

Fresh water: 60 gallons under cockpit sole.


Engine and Mechanical

Recent Upgrades:

  • Rebuild of Westerbeke 21A by Hansen Marine (2001)
  • Rebuild of Constellation Compass (2005)
  • New SS Shaft w/Prop Cutter (2001)
  • New SS Destroyer Wheel with Quick Off Edson Nut (2009)

Spars & Rigging

Spars are extruded and drawn aluminum with 7/8 nickel silver sail track and tapered elliptical aluminum spreaders.  Rigging 1/4" SS 1x19 wire with 1/2" bronze turnbuckles and toggles .  Stainless steel chain plates bonded to hull and deck and thru-bolted to bulkheads wherever functional.

  • All New Standing & Running Rigging (2012)
  • Replaced Upper Port & Starboard Chain Plates


Deck Fittings

All SS or Bronze of American manufacturer, with specially engineered stemhead fitting incorporating bow chocks and pulpit base.  10 1/2 bow cleat, rope deck-pipe leading into forepeak, four 6" jib sheet cleats, one 6" main sheet cleat, two 8" stern cleats, two 6" stern chocks, two #5 jib sheet winches, one #2 jib/halyard winch, one #2 main sheet winch, SS life lines and bow pulpit.

Electrical System

12-Volt with 2 heavy0duty batteries complete with safety switch and fuse panel, engine room exhaust blower, navigation lights, 6 screw type cabin lights.



Additional Equipment

Two Hanging Oil Lanterns (Salon)

Cole Stove Cabin Heater w/Charlie Noble

Ship's Barometer

Ship's Clock

Edson Pedestal Cockpit Table

Edson Pedestal Drink Holders

Flagstaff & Flag

Sunbrella Lifeline Covers


Designed to win races and built to withstand gales, the Seabreeze 35 is a proven offshore design built by the Allied Boat Company in Catskill, NY. Designed by MacLear and Harris, the Seabreeze 35 is a keel/centerboard yawl modeled after the famous Sparkman & Stevens design; No. 1054 “Finisterre”. The Seabreeze 35 has a 4,000-pound lead keel to give her great stiffness with moderate draft. Her centerboard nestles within the keel to reduce wetted surface and increase speed off the wind. She has a fine entrance, a clean run and a long keel for easy steering in a following sea.


“Parousia” has been lovingly maintained by her proud owner who has continually made improvements and upgrades throughout his stewardship. She shows as lovely in person as in the photos; all genuine to the condition of this beautiful boat.


Please call for complete details.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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