Sea Lark Inventory

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Sea Lark is solidly constructed of 2" thick yellow cedar on oak frames


working jib (decent condition, age unknown), staysail (good condition, rarely used, age unknown)

fisherman sail (worn, but servicable, at least 40 years old since the loft that made it went out of business in the '60's)

drifter (new in 2000), foresail (new 2005), mainsail (new 2001)

spare main (worn, could be repaired), spare foresail (still had a season or two left in it when replaced)

dinghy and deck gear

8' nutshell pram (good condition, although needs a coat of varnish and some paint), oars


45# CQR anchor on 30' of 5/8 chain and 250' of 3/4" nylon rope

44# Bruce copy on 30' of 5/8 chain and 250' of 1/2" nylon rope (new 2006)


2 batteries

charger (automotive type)

Shoreline 12EXB battery meter

LED masthead tricolor and anchor light (new when I rebuilt the mast)

depth sounder (currently reading erratically, transducer needs replacing)

Marine VHF and antenna


Yanmar 3GM30F 27 HP diesel with bronze 3-blade prop

automatic Rule bilge pump

manual gusher bilge pump, handle accessible from cockpit

"bicycle-style" bilge pump

13.5 gallon fuel tank (steel beer keg on deck)

Dickinson "Bristol" stove and heater

12 gallon steel water tank (with deck fill)

hand pump at galley sink (pump needs a leather ring replaced)

Miscellaneous and spares

oil navigation lamps (not legally necessary since adding the masthead tricolor)

3 interior oil lamps

2 interior 12V lamps

Lead line

assorted engine spares - new injector plugs, water pump parts, filters, etc.

fire extinguisher


material for the foresail cover (could possibly be talked into finishing this, actually)

paints, including primer, deck, topsides, spars

Original plans and construction drawings

Nutshell pram plans

Optional equipment

This equipment is NOT included in the quoted price of the boat. It is either not currently installed or easily removed and will follow me to my next boat unless purchased separately. I would be willing to assist in installing any of these items.

Garmin GPSmap 176 with Puget Sound region chartset (extended area from Olympia through the San Juans) [+$400]

Simpson Lawrence 555 manual windlass with custom stainless steel mounting plate to fit on the bowsprit [+$500]

PUR powersurvivor 80E watermaker [+$1000]

hand depthsounder [+$100]

Many assorted charts available, price negotiable.

Go on to see some pictures!