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2007 Seaward 32'

S/V Serenity

$ 105,000

S/V Serenity is a Seaward 32' 32RK listed for sale with United Yacht Broker Darren Sell. Darren can be reached at 1-561-351-7333 to answer any questions you may have on this boat. United Yacht Sales is a professional brokerage firm that has experience listing and selling all types of Daysailers and similar boats. With over 165 yacht brokers worldwide, we have the largest network of boat buyers and sellers in the industry.



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This 32RK known as S/V SERENITY has one signature design feature that makes it uniquely suitable for cruising in areas with a lot of shallow water and for sailors who want to trailer their boats. The RK in its name stands for “retracting keel” which enables you to lower the keel to whatever depth you want, within reason, and to raise it again when the water starts to get thin. A simple electric winch raises and lowers the keel.

In its down position at a depth of six-foot, six-inches, the keel offers great stability as well as plenty of lift when sailing upwind. In the half-raised position, you will be able to enhance sailing performance downwind by reducing wetted surface. And in the up position the boat will remain stable but will be able to navigate in less than two feet of water. The rudder can be raised, too, to give it shoal draft.

S/V SERENITY has a traditional curvy sheer line, a plumb bow with a short bowsprit and a slightly forward raked transom. There is a swim platform aft that doubles as the mounting position for the outboard rudder.

The cockpit is compact but spacious enough for six adults. With a single wheel, the helmsman still has access to the sheet winches on both sides and will have good visibility of the sails. With a small folding table you will be able to have meals and sundowners in the cockpit.

All lines run aft from the mast through line stoppers to winches on the cabin top. The main sheet traveler is on the coach roof forward of the companionway and dodger so it is out of the way of those in the cockpit. The mainsheet runs to a winch on the cabin top.

Forward, S/V SERENITY has a full cruising anchoring system with a chain locker, an electric windlass and an anchor roller on the bow sprit that keeps the anchor away from the bow when it is raised and lowered. This set up will make you feel very secure, even on blustery nights at anchor.

Down below, S/V SERENITY packs a lot of accommodations into a small package. There is a V-berth in the forward cabin with the small head compartment just aft of it to port. There is a second double berth tucked in under the cockpit aft on the port side. The saloon has a U-Shaped dinette with a drop-leaf table that can easily seat four for a meal. Across from it is a combination settee and easy chairs with a small table between them. With the removable cushion in place, the space becomes a bench large enough for a child to sleep on.

The galley has a two-burner gimballed stove with space for a microwave oven beneath it. The side loading fridge is just aft and the large double sinks are forward and nearly on the boat’s centerline.

If you are looking for a versatile and interesting cruising boat that can be trailered, beached and sailed just about anywhere, then S/V SERENITY is the perfect cruiser for you, family and friends!


  • Price USD:$ 105,000
  • Builder:


  • Model:


  • Location:

    Lake Park, Florida, United States

  • Type:

    Sail Yacht

  • LOA: 34 ft 7 in
  • Display Length: 32 ft
  • Beam: 10' 6"
  • Yacht Category


  • Water Capacity: 65 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 20 gals
  • Engine Details: Yanmar 3YM30
  • Engine 1: 2006 362.00 HRS 30.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel

HULL - Molded, laminate of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) further reinforced with a fiberglass interior pan/grid unit bonded to the hull structure, bulkheads and other transverse and longitudinal members bonded to the hull structure. Rub rails port and starboard. Bustle transom has a swim entry and outboard mounted rudder.

DECK - Molded, cored FRP laminate incorporating the bowsprit, foredeck, side decks, cabin house, seahood, cockpit and coamings in one contiguous structure. Non-Skid panels molded in.

KEEL - Retracting fin / bulb design of FRP and lead construction that raises and lowers with an electric motor.

RUDDER - Manually operated, high aspect retracting, transom hung rudder.

HULL/DECK JOINT - Covered with FRP bondings.

STEERING - 36" stainless steel destroyer type Edson pedestal wheel aft in the cockpit with mechanical housed cable system to a tiller arm on the bracket that the lifting rudder blade rides in.

  • SS Bow Rail
  • SS Stern Rails with Seats
  • SS Stanchions
  • Double Lifelines with Gates
  • Aluminum Toe Rails
  • X2 SS Framed Deck Hatches
  • X8 SS framed Portlights
  • Hinged FRP Helmsman’s Seat
  • Cockpit Seat Hatches
  • Companionway Sliding Hatch
  • Plastic bin boards
  • SS Hand Grabs
  • Assorted line handling hardware for Running Rigging
  • Transom Mount Ladder
  • Cockpit Table with drink holders
  • Chrome Cowls for Dorade box Ventilators
  • Inboard Genoa Tracks with Cars
  • Bimini Top and Dodger
  • Stereo with x2 Speakers
  • Cockpit Shower
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Cleats
  • Lines
  • Fenders

MAST - Charleston Spars, anodized, tapered extruded aluminum, single spreader section stepped on deck and fitted with: rigging, sail track, internal halyards, light fixtures antenna, and wind instruments.

BOOM - Charleston Spars anodized, extruded aluminum main boom.

STANDING RIGGING - Headstay fitted with a CDI Flexible Furler roller furling system, backstay with split legs, two upper shrouds, two lower shrouds constructed of 1X19 stainless steel wire rope with primarily swage type terminals. Bobstay.

RUNNING RIGGING - Harken main sheet traveler system, and braided line of a size to suit on other applications. Most sail handling lines lead to the cockpit.

WINCHES - By Andersen are x2 #12CST's on the coach roof forward in the cockpit and a pair of #40CST's on the cockpit coamings.

SAILS - Full Batten Man Sail with x2 Reef points and a Stack Pack type flaking / Stowing system and Roller Furling Genoa.

Yanmar Model# 3YM30, Three. Cylinder Marine Diesel, 29HP @ 3,400 r.p.m.

FUEL LINES/FILTERS - Primarily USCG type A1 hose with a priming bulb Racor fuel filter.

LINKAGES - Dual lever Morse type controls.

EXHAUST - Dry elbow at manifold with wet elbow atop, hose to a FRP water lift muffler and aft to a discharge fitting.

COOLING - Fresh water heat exchange system with a plastic sea water strainer.

MOUNTING - Isolation mounts bolted to a FRP bed laminated integral with the pan/liner component.


GEARBOX - Kanzaki model KM2P-1, 2.62:1 ratio, marine reduction gear. Serial #15989.

GAUGES - Tachometer with hour meter.

SHAFT - 1" Stainless Steel.

PROPELLER - 14" diameter, three blade right hand.

OIL and WASTE PLACARDS - Both in place aft in main cabin.

FUEL TANK - x1 tank holding 30 gallons and made of aluminum.

All Plumbing primarily with color coded plastic tubing and Vinyl hose.

WATER TANK - 1 Tank with a capacity of 65 gallons, made of FRP construction, located under the V-Berth.

PUMPS - x1 Jabsco 3.5 g.p.m 12 volt with accumulator tank, Jabasco 4.2 gallon shower pump, Bilge Pump with Selection Valve (Jabsco 2.8 p.m. shower drain pump can be selected to pump the bilge. Float switch to activate the pump is mounted to port of keel trunk.).

WATER HEATER - Seaward six gallon, 110 volt unit with engine heat exchange option.


Engine Intake: To starboard aft in engine space.

Head Intake: Beside the toilet.

Generator Intake: In space aft of engine space.

Holding Tank Discharge: Below dinette seat.

Air Cond. Intake: Below dinette seat.

Galley Sink Drain: Above the waterline in compartment below sink.

Head Sink Drain: Below forward berth.

Shaft Log: A face seal with rubber billows and clamp attachment to a FRP shaft log tube aft in the engine space.

Rudder Port: Transom hung (no through hull penetration).

TYPE - 12 volt D/C and 110 volt A/C systems.

12 VOLT – x2 Odyssey Blue top AGM 12 volt batteries wired parallel in place under the V-Berth and a third below the dinette seat.

110 VOLT - 30 amp shore service with a marine shore cord.

GENERATOR - Next Gen 3.5 kw generator powered by a single cylinder and marine diesel.

BATTERY CHARGER - Promariner Promatic 12V 20AMP.

ELECTRICAL PANEL - Circuit breaker panels with a selectable D/C volt meter.

COMPASS - 3 1/2" Danforth

VHF - Uniden / West Marine VHF 500DSC

WIND - Raymarine ST60+

DEPTH - Raymarine ST60

SPEED - Raymarine ST60


AUTOPILOT - Raymarine ST6002


FORWARD CABIN has access to rope locker forward, a V-Berth with water tank, water heater, pump, batteries, seacock and storage areas below, locker and entry door aft to starboard.

ENCLOSED HEAD COMPARTMENT to port has a stall shower, counter top wash basin, lockers, and a Jabsco manual marine toilet discharging to a holding tank. Tank is evacuated either via a waste deck pump out fitting or overboard with a macerator pump. Door to main cabin inboard.

MAIN CABIN has two seats with table between starboard, C-Shaped settee/dinette with fold up seat aft and table inboard to port, stowage bins and system components below, lockers and shelves outboard of seats, Nav station with electrical panel, electronics to port, followed by a quarterberth, Engine box with companionway steps aft in main cabin removes, along with other panels for engine access.

GALLEY aft to starboard has a countertop with molded sinks, Nova Kool Refrigerator/Freezer, GE Microwave Oven, Stainless Steel “Hillerange” two burner Propane Stove, Propane Storage is in an aluminum tank (manufactured 2/2005) in a dedicated well aft in the cockpit. System is fitted with a 12 Volt safety solenoid.

AFT UTILITY AREA to starboard has shelves, generator and storage outboard, engine access inboard and steering gear access aft.

INTERIOR FINISH is primarily with the gel coated surfaces of the FRP headliner and pan/liner components with teak trim. Teak and Holly cabin sole insert. Upholstered cushions, 12 Volt light fixtures and 110 Volt receptacles are found where appropriate.

  • Areas of Galley Woodwork, Companion Way Stairs and Floor Re-Varnished (November 2020)
  • Yanmar with super low hours (362.3 hours)
  • Genset with super low hours (147.6 hours)
  • 120 Watt Solar Panel mounted on Custom Davits and wired via controller to batteries (two house batteries and one starting battery)
  • New Raw Water Pump
  • Overhauled Auto Pilot
  • Added raw water intake strainers for both Genset and Yanmar
  • Custom made lightning suppression system installed
  • New Halyards
  • New Ignition Switch
  • New Macerator Pump
  • New Compass
  • New Air Conditioner Blower Fan Capacitor
  • Monthly Bottom Cleanings

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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