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1965 Allied 35' Walela

$ 50,000

Walela is a 1965 Allied 35' Seabreeze listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Craig Starns. Craig can be reached at 1-813-340-0227 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional yacht brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Allied Yachts and similar boats. With over 200 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.

This classic Allied Seabreeze centerboard masthead sloop has been thoroughly refitted from a bare hull beginning in 2002 by a yachting industry master craftsmen and is ready to cruise. She preserves the legacy of a time when sailing yachts were built for performance, seakeeping, and seagoing comfort. I tell my clients that if they want a "real" sailing yacht this size they will have to buy a restored 30-year old yacht or have a million dollars to buy a new custom yacht. This is an opportunity to own a "real" yacht with the bygone sailing value of yesteryear.


  • Price USD:$ 50,000
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  • Location:

    Hernando Beach, Florida, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 34 ft 6 in
  • Display Length: 35 ft
  • Beam: 10' 3"
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 98 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 40 gals
  • Engine Details: Westerbeke 4107
  • Engine 1: 375.00 HRS 40.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel

Beginning first forward is the rode locker accessed via a small openning from the V-Berth. Next aft is the V-Berth with hull side batten ceilings, shelves, and drawers under the bunks. Next aft is a hanging locker to starboard with a head to port. The head has a diverter type shower, hand pump marine toilet on an Italian tiled shelf, and Formica counter with stainless steel sink. Next aft is the salon/galley with a bench settee with upper sea berth to starboard and a dining table with U-Shaped settee to port. The salon has hull side batten ceilings and upper shelves. The soles are varnished Teak and Ebony. The galley stove/oven and sink are to port of the center companionway and the ice box/nav area with main electric panel are to starboard across. The cabin areas are finished in traditional Hereshoff style. The engine is under the cockpit on the centerline aft accessed from the removable companionway stair. There are lazarettes port and starboard under the cockpit seats. The propane locker and stern lazarette are aft of the cockpit.The transom is last.

Main Salon:

  • The main salon is finished in Hereshoff classic style
  • She has a brass oil lamp
  • Durable Sunbrella upholstery
  • Lots of varnished trim
  • Vion barometer
  • Teak and Ebony sole
  • Original cast bronze opening ports with insect screens
  • Varnished hullside batten ceilings


  • Formica counter tops
  • Custom Seaward stainless steel two burner gimbaled propane range/oven with 12 volt solenoid safety valve
  • Insulated top loading ice box

Master Stateroom:

  • V-Berth forward with drawers under bunks, hanging locker
  • Keyed ship's safe

Guest Stateroom:

  • Sleeping settees in salon with slide-out double on starboard side
  • Salon dining table
  • Storage under salon settees


  • Trunk cabin top is double walled fiberglass for thermal insulation
  • Dual layer safety plate trunk cabin fixed windows
  • Treadmaster non-skid 2010
  • Production quality Awlgrip Oyster White paint system
  • Vinyl mesh covered custom cockpit cushions USCG rated as PFDs
  • Custom FRP sea hood over main hatch slide with foundation for custom main boom traveler
  • Custom Bimini top with S.S. frame designed not to impede crew sailing ergonomics
  • Teak cabin top hand rail Sunbrella covers to protect varnish from UV
  • 4400 S.S.1.5" x .25" Chain plates renewed 2008
  • Oversized four hole bronze mooring cleats midship and bow
  • Custom 1.5" x .25" wall aluminum pipe anchor roller/pulpit (can tow boat with)
  • Cast bronze Albina 7B hand horizontal capstan and wildcat anchor windlass
  • 35# Plow anchor with 3/8" chain and 5/8" stranded nylon rode
  • Danforth 25# spare anchor stowed on stern rail
  • Stainless steel bow pulpit and pushpit
  • Stainless steel stanchions and lifelines
  • Custom oversized stainless steel cowl ventilators on cabin top with dorade boxes
  • (21) Coats of Bristol varnish on trim

Electronics and Helm:

  • Original Kelvin White Constellation magnetic steering compass in brass binnacle on modern Edsen steering pedestal with stainless guard, destroyer wheel with lock, and paddle shifters. Custom electronics mounts for removable Raytheon ST6002 autopilot and A50D instrument.
  • Tachometer/hour counter, 12 volt outlet, Stewart Warner coolant temp. meter, voltmeter, and oil pressure gauge for main engine
  • Raymarine ST40 digital depth and Horizon speed/log in end of trunk cabin
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF in galley/nav. station

Sails, Spars, and Rigging:

  • Atlantis fully battened mainsail 2014
  • Sunbrella mainsail cover (6 months old)
  • 110% Roller furling jib with Schaeffer 1200 furler
  • Spinnaker pole track on mast
  • Aluminum spinnaker pole
  • Single spreader aluminum mast with internal wire conduit
  • Spars Awlgripped Oyster White
  • Staylock standing rigging terminals
  • Garhauer stainless steel ball bearing running rigging blocks
  • Garhauer line stoppers
  • 2 x Barient 2 speed 21-23 ST sheet winches
  • 2 x Barient 26 sheet winches
  • Lewmar16 2 speed main sheet winch
  • Enkes 10 traveler winch
  • Lewmar 6 winch on boom
  • Maxwell 16 bronze main halyard winch on mast
  • Barient 3 bronze wire line jib halyard winch on mast
  • Bronze furling outhaul line winch
  • Windex at masthead


  • 12 Volt 1 million candlepower plug in spot light
  • Emergency tiller
  • (2) A:B:C hand portable fire extinguishers
  • 6+ Type II PFDs
  • Horsecollar MOB PFD stowed in bracket on stern rail w/retrieval lanyard
  • Stainless steel vertical swim ladder deployable from port and starboard hull side fittings to two steps below water


  • 12 Volt D.C. 120 Volts A.C.
  • 30 Amp 125 Volt Shorepower Connection
  • 3 x 1100 CCA 12 volt lead acid batteries (2021)
  • ProMariner 35 Century 3 bank battery charger
  • Breaker panel in galley
  • Dual battery voltmeter with bank selector switch
  • AC voltmeter
  • 65 Amp Delco Alternator
  • 2500 W-5000 W peak inverter with direct plugin pig tail
  • Aquasignal side lights on bow rail
  • 2 x 12 Volt spreader lights
  • Stern light
  • Lightening deflector at masthead

Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment:

  • Westerbeke 4107 40 HP diesel with 375 hours. 1500 rpm cruise.
  • Remote mounted lube oil filter. Oil change drain hose plumbed to engine oil pan.
  • 12 volt fuel lift pump.
  • Racor 500 FG fuel/water separator
  • All engine hoses Aeroquipt type with bronze end fittings
  • 16" x 14" 2-Blade Tenbridge sailing prop (New Zealand)
  • 1" Bronze 32.5" propeller shaft with bullet nut
  • Graphite shaft and rudder gland packing
  • Custom 40 USG 1808 Nytex and epoxy fuel tank with translucent side strip sight gauge
  • Monel steering cable
  • (4) USG Duracast holding tank
  • Raritan hand pump marine toilet
  • 12 Volt Rule manually switched shower sump pump
  • 12 Volt Shurflo fresh water pressure pump
  • Shut off ball valve on engine exhaust discharge thru hull

Bilge Pumps:

  • Rule 12 volt 3500 GPH automatic pump under engine
  • Rule 12 volt 1500 GPH automatic pump in keel sump
  • Edson hand bilge pump in cockpit
  • Vertical clearance is approx. 43'
  • Anchor platform extends 2' making LOA 36'6"
  • Formerly USCG documented # 500087. Removed from documentation in May 2005 and put into Florida registration by current owner.
  • Hull peeled and reglassed with epoxy resin and Nytex prior to 2002.
  • Centerboard penant system rebuilt 2003 with Monel penant. Wilcox bronze worm drive centerboard winch for 400# bronze centerboard.
  • Production quality Awlgrip Oyster White paint system on hull and deck.
  • Bottom painted 2021.
  • Includes assorted hardware and refurbished 8' Dyer sailing dink with all parts but spars and sail.

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

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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