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1980 Robert Perry Seamaster 46. Built in the Lein Hwa Shipyard. Center cockpit with two staterooms and two heads. A very open Pilothouse design that provides great visibility while at anchor, and the ability to drive/sail the boat from the inside helm.
Bob Perry put a performance twist on a traditional Motor Sailor design. With his unique approach to the blending of sailboat and powerboat, his revolutionary design resulted in an All Weather Bluewater Long Distance Crusing Motor Sailor. The aft section has a unique open aft cockpit, great for scuba divers, fishing, lounging, dining, sleeping, cargo... etc.
At 25 Tons, her weight generates a beautiful motion on all points of sail. Her momentum carries her thru chop, and light breeze fall offs with ease. For a 25 Ton Vessel, Albatross surprises many with her turn of speed in light conditions. Her bottom has a generous modified fin keel and the safety of a Skeg Hung Rudder. With high bulwarks and high lifelines, heavy layup and oversized rig, she is a safe, strong, long distance cruising platform, or a truly comfortable Liveaboard.
Forward on port is an offset Pullman style double with storage underneath, a separate entrance to the master head, and a double cabinet with a single drawer. To Stbd is a large hanging closet and shelf, underneath is a double cabinet with a drawer. There are two portlights, one starboard and one port and one cabin fan. There is a large hatch that opens fore and aft for excellent ventilation. Moving aft, the main head is to port, with separate shower. Opposite the head is a pantry, yes a pantry big enough to stand in if you felt like it! The galley is on the port side with the inside helm directly opposite on starboard. Under the inside helm are two single side by side cabinets with a large drawer above the forward cabinet. Above the aft cabinet is a space designed for a diesel heater that was never installed. The large raised dinette is on the port side with the settee on starboard.