Built by Reg Freeman yachts in 1967 the Sea Dog 30 is solidly built and sea kindly, with her triple keels allowing her to take the ground.
The ketch rig makes possible a flexible sail arrangement to obtain the best balance to suite the conditions.
The original engine was replaced with a modern Vetus 33 hp diesel with 260 hrs on the clock. The engine is located under the cockpit sole with excellent access. Running and standing rigging were replaced 2002.
The centre cockpit and aft cabin layout makes for a comfortable long distance yacht.
The interior is spacious and bright with ample stowage.
A recent survey is available by request.
The accommodation is spacious and bright and offers a total of four berths in two cabins. There are two settee berths in the saloon and a large double berth in the aft cabin.
The chart table is situated to starboard in the saloon and is well equipped. The large saloon table folds down when not required.
The accommodation is heated by an Eberspacher heating system. There is ample headroom of 6ft 3ins (1.9m)
The heads compartment is situated forward equipped with a Lavac suction sea toilet and a wash basin.
Plastimo gas cooker with oven
Vertex VHF radio with cockpit extension
JRC 1000 radar
Garmin 188c chart plotter/sounder
Seatalk auto pilot auto helm
Marine 360 echo sounder
35lb plough anchor
Spray hood and cockpit cover
Davits for tender
Warps and fenders