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Wagner Stevens Yachts
Sea Devil is a well-maintained aft-cockpit Freedom 36/38 sloop. A spacious cabin and cockpit make her a fun group/family boat.
She was designed by Gary Mull and built by Tillotson-Pearson. An unstayed carbon fiber mast with a large main, a self-tending jib, and all lines leading back to an electric winch in the cockpit make her extraordinarily easy to
sail—even to single hand. A unique gun barrel-mounted spinnaker, a transom sugar scoop, and feathering Maxi prop add to this already speedy sailor.
She is completely equipped—dishes, pots & pans, silverware, linens, life jackets, and dock lines—and ready to cast off for your first cruise.
Accommodations are generous because of the long waterline, short overhangs, and wide beam. The area below the deck is simply huge for mid-30' yacht.
A big forward cabin has a good V-berth which can be made into a comfortable kingsize bed by using an insert in the V. Custom shelves add to the storage provided the bureau and hanging locker to starboard. A door to the head is opposite to port. The headroom is 6′ 1″ near the entry door.
The head is roomy, mostly fiberglass molding, and has a second door to the main cabin. Opposite the head is another bureau with a hanging locker.
The main cabin is large with an L-shaped settee around a bulkhead-mounted table. The table can be folded out so that the starboard settee becomes the outboard seat for an enormous dining table. There is good storage space behind both settees and beneath the port settee. The port settee pulls out to a double berth. Headroom is a true 6′ 4″.
The galley is U-shaped, with a double sink, a good dry-storage locker, a gimbaled 3 burner stove with an oven, an adequate icebox, and lots of storage space. A garbage trap in the aft bulkhead provides easy access to the trash can stored in the cockpit locker.
Opposite the galley to starboard are a hanging locker and a navigation table with a swing-out seat. Above the table is the electrical panel, and mounting space for most of the electronics.
The aft cabin, mostly under the starboard offers a double berth with a bureau, hanging locker, a large shelf, and decent headroom just inside the door.
Finishes below are generally good—lots of teak veneer with nicely contrasting ash battens used as hull ceilings. The cabin overhead is vinyl panels.
- Upholstery replaced winter of 2006/7
- Teak and holly cabin sole
- Nine opening ports
- Two deck hatches above saloon and forward cabin
- One smaller deck hatch with solar vent above head
- Bulkhead mounted reading lights for all berths
- Fans in staterooms
- Screens for ports, hatches, and companionway
- Manual head
- Sheets, blankets, and towel
- Tasco 3-burner stove with oven
- Double S/S sink
- Pressure water
- 5 gal. hot water heater (110v and engine)
- Two 5 lb propane tanks
- Magma propane grill (rail mounted)
- Dishes, pots, pans, utensils, and S/S silverware
Both the hull and deck are fiberglass with a Contourkore balsa core. The balsa coring provides both thermal and acoustic insulation and reduces any condensation problems inside the hull. The hull has a solid, quiet feel to it going through waves. The fiberglass itself is a laminate of E-glass mat and stitched unidirectional fiberglass, with vinylester barrier resins in the exterior layer of the hull below the waterline. The keel is bolt-on lead.
The factory-fabricated sugar scoop for the transom was purchased by the current owner from Freedom Yachts and installed in Annapolis. It allows easy access to the fresh water shower on the transom.
- Hull number 100
- 6' draft fin keel
- 9' 6" Saturn inflatable dinghy
- Tohatsu 3.5 hp outboard
- Outboard crane
- Outboard motor mounting board on stern rail
- Leather covered wheel
- Edson binnacle
- Portable spotlight
- Foredeck and cockpit light
- Teak cockpit grate
- Teak handrails
- Teak eyebrows
- Aluminum toerail
- Dark blue bimini with overhead window)
- Dodger with removable side curtains
- Cockpit cushions
- Bosun's chair
- Assorted foul weather gear
- Mounting bracket for MOB pole (pole not included)
- Life raft (needs inspection)
- Double lifelines with gates port and starboard
- Solid S/S gate aft with S/S stern ladder
- Teak cockpit table with leaves
- Teak cup holder
- Fresh water shower on transom
- Winter cover (from mast and aft)
- Vulcan (approx. 20lb) anchor with 20' chain + 150' 3 strand line
- Fenders and lines
- Freestanding sloop rig
- Carbon fiber keel-stepped mast with lower mast steps
- Halyards are led aft to the cockpit, through stoppers to self-tailing cockpit winches
- Harken mainsheet traveler forward of the dodger with a four-part tackle at mid-boom
- Gun barrel mounted spinnaker pole that makes spinnaker easy to hoist, jibe, and lower. The gun barrel is pinned and pivots on the top of the bow pulpit
- Rigid boom vang
- Boom mounted outhaul winch with line stopper
- Single line mainsail reef with 3 reef points
- Custom jib traveler added by the current owner
- 10 cabin top mounted line stoppers ahead of winches
- 2 Speed Harken electric winch
- Barient #27 2-speed ST winch
- Fully battened main with batcars and lazy jacks
- Jib with internal boom
- Sail covers
- Storm sail
Mast height w/o antennas: 55' 6"
Sail area: 710 sq. ft
Comfort Ratio: 23.74
Capsize Screen Value: 2.06
- Ritchie compass
- Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
- Raymarine wheel pilot
- Raymarine ST60+ wind
- Raymarine ST60+ speed
- Raymarine ST60+ depth
- Inclinometer forward in the cockpit
- Raymarine radar on aft pole
- Raymarine C80 radar
- Firdell Blipper radar reflector on aft pole
- Garmin VHR radio at nav. station with GH20 wireless remote mic.
- Sitex Colormax chart plotter
- Tri-color masthead light
- Pioneer AM/FM/CD
- Cabin and cockpit speakers
Electrical panel at navigation station with built-in battery selector switch, AC volt, and DC amp meter with circuit breakers.
- 30 amp shore power connection and cord
The engine compartment has lead/foam sound deadener
- Manual bilge pump
- Automatic bilge pump
- Automatic sump pump for icebox and shower
- Tides Marine dripless shaft seal
- Spur cutter on shaft
- Marlon seacocks
- 3-blade feathering Maxi prop
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.