My Boat Ker-Plunk

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Ker-Plunk a 1977 Seafarer 26 #363

The Seafarer 26

Ker-Plunk is a 1977 Seafarer 26 that was designed by legendary designers McCurdy and Rhodes.  The boat was built by Seafarer Fiberglass Yachts, Inc. in Huntington, New York, they are no longer in business.

Ker-Plunk has tiller steering and a Yanmar YSB-8 inboard diesel for a motor.  Her length over all is 25’9” and has a length at waterline of 22’3”.  The beam is 8’3” with a draft of 4’.  Ker-plunk has a displacement of 5200lb. Ker-Plunk has a 1.98 Capsize Ratio any value less than 2 is considered to be relatively good; the boat should be relatively safe in bad conditions. The higher the number above 2 the more vulnerable the boat

Diane standing her watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grant Hard at work

Harper First Time On Ker-PlunkHarper is still looking for a job on the boat.