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Seaward 32RK
$139,900 USD
32ft in


Cruise summers in the Pacific Northwest and winters in the Sea of Cortez or anywhere else in the Country with an easily trailerable sailboat!

$5,000 Price Drop!!

Astraya is a 2013 Seaward 32RK and one of the last of the model to be built. She is truly the Rolls-Royce of trailerable sailboats with her construction quality, full electronics, autopilot and 16,000-btu reverse cycle heat/AC.

Delivered new in 2013 and used seasonally as a day sailer in South Dakota, her current knowledgeable owners purchased her in 2016, added electronics and cruising gear, and maintained her in excellent condition. Her sails are in near-new condition, and her 30 hp Yanmar diesel and feathering prop provide quiet, dependable motoring. Since 2016 she’s been used seasonally and kept in fresh water, except for a total of 5 months in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. She can easily be transported with a ¾ ton truck or large SUV, with a trailering weight of around 12,000 pounds. At boat ramps, her retracting keel makes her quick and easy to load and unload.

The versatility of the retractable keel and rudder not only make her easy to trailer and anchor in protected shallow coves only a few feet deep and close to shore, but provide a surprising seaworthiness offshore.  The Seaward 32RK is self-contained for ease of trailering and one couple can easily hoist the mast and launch the boat themselves with no need for a boatyard or extra help. The keel, with 2,200 pound lead torpedo, provides a 6-foot 6-inch draft fully extended, and retracts with an enclosed electric deck winch to a draft of only 20-inches.  The mast is raised using the staysail halyard and a block and tackle system and the rudder retracts vertically into a cassette by just flipping a lever and lifting it up.

Astraya’s interior has ample space, comfortable accommodations and the versatility for a couple to cruise alone or with friends.  The bright interior is cozy and great for entertaining. Come take a look at our docks in Seattle!
Name of vessel Astraya
Model Seaward 32RK
Year 2013
Builder Seaward Yachts
Designer Nick Hake
Price $139,900 USD
Location Seattle
Length (feet) 32
Beam (feet) 10.5
Draft (feet) 20" - 6' 6"
Displacement (pounds) 8,300
Ballast (pounds) 2,400
Engine model 3YM30
Engine horsepower 29
Engine hours 261.5
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 20
Water tank capacity (gallons) 65
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 30


Interior Accommodations

Starting at the bow, the enclosed V-berth stateroom with long double-thickness cushions is comfortable for two people with ample storage and six feet of standing headroom. There is a 12v cabin fan, 110v power outlet, heating and cooling ducting for the Mermaid system and two cabin lights.

Just aft of the V-berth on the port side is the head with manual toilet, single basin sink with hot and cold pressurized water and a separate shower stall. The shower stall has a handheld water nozzle and its own water control separate from the sink. The shower sump is plumbed directly to the bilge pump via a selector switch. There are two portholes for adequate ventilation and a duct for the heating/cooling system. The toilet is plumbed to a 25 gallon holding tank with both deck and macerator (if offshore) pumpouts.

Midships in the main saloon is the U-shaped dinette on the port side and a settee on the starboard side with lots of storage below the settee cushions. This U shaped seating arrangement is also convertible into a berth suitable for 2 people; the table spins 90º and drops down for the cushions. The dinette table has a drop leaf system that will easily seat 4 people comfortably for a meal. The main salon is brightened by the teak and holly sole, four portholes, many cabin lights and bright white overhead. The high shine painted and varnished interior surfaces make cleaning a breeze. On the starboard side, the full settee is convertible into two seats with a cocktail table between them or, with the cushion in place, is big enough for a child to sleep on.

The galley is just aft on the starboard side and the compact nav station is opposite the galley on the port side. The double sink has a large drop in cutting board for food prep as well as a drop leaf countertop for extended space. The swivel faucet allows for the other basin of the sink to be utilized while the drop in is in. The galley has excellent light and ventilation for cooking, with an overhead deck hatch as well as a cabin fan. There is bulkhead storage for dishes and food and large storage areas below the sink. The fridge is just aft of the galley, easily accessible and very energy efficient.

Aft of the galley on the starboard side is storage and access to the Yanmar 3YM30 diesel and transmission. This model engine is known for its reliability and its smooth quiet operation. There is great storage for bulky items and engine or cleaning supplies when not in use, as well as easy access to the steering cables and rudder bracket.

On the port side, aft of the nav station, there is a double quarter berth situated under the cockpit seating, also with double-thickness cushions. This is a cozy berth for a couple to join for a weekend adventure.

The interior accommodations, seaworthiness and comfort that the Seaward 32RK offers are quite remarkable given her easy ability to travel to distant cruising grounds on her trailer.

Electronics and Navigation

At nav station and cabin:

  • Raymarine VHF w/AIS and Raymic remote at the binnacle (2016)
  • Kenwood AM/FM Pandora/Sirius/XM radio with remote control at helm station
  • Seadog 12v cigarette charging port
  • 110v power outlet
  • Seaward battery selector switch
  • AC/DC panel
  • Weems & Plath barometer
  • Weems & Plath analog clock
  • Weems & Plath temperature and humidity
  • Xantrex inverter on/off switch (not operational, but inverter is easily reached to switch manually)
  • Pro Mariner battery controller/remote display
  • Battery voltage monitor
  • AC source selector (shore power/off/inverter)

At helm station:

  • Raymarine eS97 9” display chart plotter (2016)
  • Raymarine EV-100 autopilot (2016)
  • Raymarine wind instrument i60 display (2019)
  • Raymarine depth sounder model: DST800 transducer (2016)
  • Ritchie magnetic compass
  • 12V Seadog cigarette charging port (starboard side in the cockpit)
  • Windlass remote control
  • Remote radio control
  • 2 cockpit speakers
  • Engine panel (tachometer and engine alarms)

LED masthead light

LED steaming light

LED deck lights

LED navigation lights

LED cabin lights

Electrical Systems

2 Group 39 AGM batteries (1 New in 2016)

1 Group 34 AGM battery (2017)

Xantrex XPower 3000 inverter (Note: the remote on/off switch at the nav station hasn’t worked since new, but the inverter is easy to access and turn on/off manually so it hasn’t been replaced)

Dual 30 amp shore power connector with Y adapter, 50′ cord

12V Cabin lights throughout the boat

110V GFCI outlets

(3) Caframo cabin fans


Mechanical Systems

Engine: 29 horsepower Yanmar 3YM30 Diesel 261.5 hours

Racor primary fuel filter with manual prime

80amp alternator

Engine raw water strainer (2020)

Propeller type: feathering Variprop

Prop Shaft: 1” dripless shaft

Anchor Windlass: Lewmar V700 (2016)

Anchor windlass controls on bow and at the helm station

Water Heater: 110v 6-gallon Seaward F-600. Also has heat exchanger circulation through the engine when away from shore power

Fresh water pump: 12V Jabsco 3.5 GPM

Pressurized water in the Head, Shower, Galley and stern wash-down shower

Bilge pump: Rule

Cabin Heating and Cooling: Mermaid 16500 BTU model: M16, reverse cycle

DC Nova Kool Refrigerator

Magic Chef microwave

Alcohol stove top

Jabsco manual head

Hull and deck

Double bow roller

Delta anchor on starboard roller

Anchor Windlass: Lewmar V700 (2016)

Ground tackle: 200’ galvanized ¼” chain, 150’ ½” nylon rode

Extra anchor and rode

Cruising Design International roller furler

Deck remote for anchor windlass

Stainless deck cleats: two on the bow, two midships, four aft (8 total)

Forward deck hatch with canvas cover

Coated lifelines with boarding gates at cockpit

Stainless grab rails

Walk-through transom

Two stainless dorade vents

Complete mast raising and lowering system with extra block and tackle to avoid removing the mainsheet

6 fenders

Dock lines

Stainless steel strike rail

Slotted toe rail from bow to stern

Navy canvas dodger (2016)

Navy canvas bimini with side curtains and connecter (2019)

Navy pedestal and hatch covers (2019)

Navy canvas winch covers

Custom companionway doors (2016)

Companionway hatch boards with storage bag

Sheet bags in cockpit

Cockpit cushions

Helm station backrest (2019)

Two stern rail seats

Flag with stainless pole and mount

Radar reflector

2-rung boarding ladder with extra 4-rung ladder for ease of access

Transom wash down shower

Electrically retracting keel

Manual retracting high aspect rudder

Sails and Rigging

Stackpack mainsail cover (2016) (extra cover included-new in bag)

Lazy jacks

Halyards all run internally

  • Main halyard
  • Staysail halyard
  • Spinnaker halyard

Jib furling line

Jib sheets

Stainless wire standing rigging

US Spars anodized aluminum mast, single spreader

Aluminum boom

Tides Marine low friction mainsail track

Harken traveler

Two Anderson 12ST single speed winches

Two Anderson 40 ST two speed winches

Boom topping lift

Fixed backstay



135% headsail (2016, very good condition, used only for 1 month)

110% headsail (2016, rebuilt)

Full batten mainsail (2013, used 2020 only)

Full-batten mainsail (2013, very good)

Asymmetrical spinnaker (2016, new condition)

Miscellaneous and safety

2013 Magic Tilt trailer 

(Stored in Blaine, Washington)

New tires (2019)

Electric over hydraulic brake system (2017)

Miscellaneous and Safety

Yanmar spares kit with extra filters, alternator belt, etc.

Spare belt for autopilot

Life vests

Three fire extinguishers

Water hose

Spare water pump


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