ALLIED SEABREEZE 35
CLASSIC STYLE - RESTORED TO 2016 STANDARDS!
There's a great history for the Allied Seabreeze 35. The Allied Seabreeze was designed by MacLear & Harris in 1962. A total of 135 of these magnificant boats were built between 1963 and 1972 at Allied Boat Company in Catskill, NY. Frank MacLear said the boat was designed to be sailed anywhere in the world. She is 34.5 feet overall, but a worthy passage maker. She's a full keel with easily retracted enclosed centerboard for minimal wetted surface off the wind. Beyond her seakindly and lovely sailing characteristics, she has stunning lines. She was designed by very capable naval architects and built by a company with impeccable credentials. Her hull and deck are solid and her interior thoughtfully laid out.
This example of the Allied Seabreeze 35 has undergone a near complete restoration over recent years. The previous owners of April Fools have invested substantially in restoring and updating her with many recent updates and upgrades. She's an incredibly clean and updated vessel. Current owners health has changed their sailing plans, and they are reluctantly putting "April Fools" on the market.