Since 1955, Sea Sport Boats have established a love affair with boating families who love to fish or to endeavour in seeking remote bays and quiet coves from California to Alaska. Still being made in Washington State, these boats are made for the long haul, to exceed first in function, encompassing safety, comfort and dependability. From flat water to rough seas, your crew will want to go to explore more, and Namu Too will not disappoint.
Would you like to meet other SeaSport owners, and make new friends? August 24-26th, 2018 at Friday Harbour, San Juan Island. SeaSport’s annual Rendezvous is a distinction of pride and ownership. What a great way to discuss your journeys, improvements ideas, factory representation, fishing derby, and giveaways. This is another way that the manufacturer keeps their customers happy.
Namu Too has been meticulously cared for with annual maintenance and upkeep with records to prove it. Owning a boat has its own responsibilities, but a certain pride of ownership is everywhere you look, making the vessel equally inviting to both owners and guests alike. Just top up the diesel, bring your provisions, and go off and explore.
For the serious boater, these stout and attractive little boats are in demand. With a light and arie cabin with enclosed head (pretty good for a 27 footer), self-balling cockpit, to an upper flybridge, there is lots of efficiency, comfort and well tailored esthetics here. Grab your cruising guide, or find your secret fishing spot, and have fun.
No idea if a fisherman’s luck can be passed on through the boat, but the present owner has caught a 30 lb Chinook off of her. Not a fishing story…”It was this big!”… but a true story.
With a two cabin layout including an enclosed shower/head compartment and 6’-6” foot headroom, the owners can be proud of to accommodate their guests over short and long journeys.
With a strong Volvo D6 Sterndrive Diesel engine, this 310 HP engine will perform reliable and dependable motoring, no matter what the weather brings. Further, this engine has been meticulously maintained by a certified marine mechanic, with no issues. You need this level of confidence when you are 10 nautical miles off shore.
Having twin pilot seats in the main cabin, you have an unobtrusive view of the water and navigation instruments. Conversations while underway are legible and pleasing. Using the flybridge on a sunny day, well, you just cannot get better than that. A winning combination whether you are cruising the Broughton Archipelago or Desolation Sound.
What’s behind the name Namu Too? The owners picked up a puppy from Namu Island, a small fishing port near Bella Bella. Soon thereafter, the owners were looking for a boat and settled on the SeaSport Navigator 2700. With a name like Namu, they also wanted to use name the boat as well. So let’s call it Namu Too. A little play on words, but a good story all the same.
So much more to tell you, so open and read “Full Details” and be ready to be impressed. Then call us to arrange your own private showing. You will clearly be glad that you did. This very special Namu Too can be yours, and just in time for the upcoming boating season.
Please contact Todd 250-202-0289
As you approach Namu Too, the first thing that you will be struck with her overall look of confidence. She just shines, from the hull to the deck, all showing the conscientious care that this owner has given her. In a word, this boat shows love.
The aft deck has the room to accommodate fishing parties, and outdoor lounging in equal style and comfort.
At dock, the deck provides an inviting setting for refreshments and canapes either after a day’s journey, or simply enjoying a sunset. With a large cooler on the transom, this can also do double duty as a fish cleaning station. Forward of the engine compartment, is a large covered deck storage well. Whether it’s a big fish, life raft, or other items this dry storage well expands the utility of Namu Too. Incidentally, the life raft can be placed on the bracket that is currently located on the swim platform.
Need to take a swim? The transom deck makes it easy to reboard or a place to simply site back and wet your feet.
If you need a quiet place to read a book or suntan, this is the place to go. By climbing up the well-secured ladder, you have great access to wonderful vistas, while enjoying some privacy. Got a kayak or two to stow? Just strap them to the sides of the skybridge handrails and you are good to go.
Need to get some vitamin D? Enjoy helming Namu Too via the flybridge in comfort and confidence, and let the gorgeous BC weather do all the work. Also noteworthy:
Transfer engine controls to flybridge
As you would expect, the salon is bright and airy with all the amenities one would expect in a vessel of this quality; And notice as well:
The Galley, is an efficient station right across the dining area on starboard. Though compact, many meals can be prepared, while enjoying the outdoor views. A bright, comfortable and safe place to prepare those gourmet meals for everyone, and entertain all at the same time.
And also noteworthy:
Its not to often that a boat comes with the diversity of safety equipment. Its even rare for a vessel of this size that comes with an inflatable liferaft for 6-8 people.
Just to review, The interior is huge and dry; and the flybridge is a wonderful extension to this vessel. The deck gleams, and for those swimmers, you have a generous platform to sit back and wet your wet, or to simply slip in.
And note further:
Great access into the engine is through a large hinged deck plate so you can do your daily engine checks and preventive maintenance. With this much room and access, any work can be done. A very good organised layout.
Mosquito Creek Marina
415 West Esplanade
North Vancouver, BC V7M 1A6