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Seaquesta, (KA) SM 202
à jour au: 2021
1981 Plan Dubois, built by ?? in Victoria in aluminium (From Facebook 2021: "hull built by Noel Wild in Mordialloc and fit out/ painting/ rigging etc in our factory"

 

1981 Launched,

1982 Sydney-Suva Race: 3e/??
Pan Am Clipper Cup, Hawaii: ?e/??
Picture from Facebook 2021,

From Facebook 2021:
"Hull and Rig built locally in Victoria...Alf Neate was pretty parochial and supported local interests. I sailed this boat over several years with it's local (Mornington YC ) crew....I even brought her back to Oz from Hawaii after the '82 Clipper Cup...that's a long haul in a small racing fitted boat! She sailed out via the Sydney to Suva Yacht Race and home via Hawaii, Kiribati, Honiara, Cairns, Sydney...Melbourne! Great times..and will always appreciate the opportunities Alf created for me."
"Offshore Sydney Hobart Race Program",

26 December, Sydney Hobart race: 17e/118 corrected time 3d13h39', TCF 0.8181, A. NEATE

1983 From Facebook 2021 "Photo taken at finish of Queenscliff - Portland race around ‘83-‘84"

"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",


26 December, Sydney Hobart: 10e/179 corrected time 3d01h21' TCF 0.8134, A. NEATE

1984 26 December, Sydney Hobart: DNF

1987 Gold Coast Race, 380NM: ?e/??
Summer "Offshore",

Pittwater Coffharbour Race: 1er/??
Club Marine Challenge: 1er/??
26 December, Sydney Hobart: 72e/146 corrected time 3d09h26', TCF 0.8045, A. NEATE

1989 February "Offshore",

Jupiters Gold Coast Classic: ?e/??
"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",


26 December, Sydney Hobart: 72e/108 corrected time 3d17h50', TCF 0.8026, A. NEATE
Picture from Facebook 2021,

1990 August "Offshore",

Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race, 380 NM, elapsed time 2d09h11': 4e/?? IMS Class 2, P. NICHOLSON, Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club

1991 Pittwater Coff Harbour race: 1st/? IMS Div 1
February "Offshore",

1994 New owner,
Australian Maritime College "AMC", KA SM 202
"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",

26 December, Sydney Hobart Race: 127e/236, corrected time 3d05h48', Grant MANSFIELD

Late 1990' New owner and new name
Lipstick On Your Collar,

2005 New owner Anthony Watt and new name
Seaquesta,

2008 16 December, Sailing Anarchy: "This one Seaquesta! Alfies old ride, put together with loving care, regardless of cost and should last your lifetime and more. Legendary feats by members of the Mornington ***** [nice people] were carried out aboard your boat in Aus and in Hawaii. Scanned this out of a book recently"


2021 July, For Sale Dubois 42 (12.8m) cruiser/racer in aluminium, Length: 12.80 Metres (41.98 Feet), Boat Location: Waitakere, Auckland, NZ, Aluminium hull and deck. LOA 12.8m. Draft 2.3m. Beam 3.8m. Weight 5,500kgs (approx) VolvoPenta 30hp diesel - professionally reconditioned < 30 hours ago VolvoPenta saildrive with 2 bladed folding prop. Separate house and start batteries with solar. Twin alternators with next step regulator on house bank. Sails include 2 x main (dacron and older kevlar), no 1, 3, 4 jibs, trisail and storm jib Raymarine ST 60 instruments - depth, wind, speed, graphic and 2x multi Raymarine ST6002 smartpilot Maxwell 2200 anchor winch with 25kg Manson Supreme (plus 2 spare anchors) Sleeps 7 in 2x double and 3 singles (2 sea berths) Tankage includes 180l fresh and 80l diesel. Hot and cold running water. Eno 2 burner stove with oven. 6 person liferaft (not in service). GME epirb. Handheld and fixed mount VHF. 2x manual and 3x electric bilge pumps. Separate gas locker with remote operated solenoid. Numerous lifejacket and harnesses. Seaquesta has been YNZ Cat 3 and held a PHRF of 0.845. The interior hull and deck were professionally sandblasted to bare metal and epoxy coated in 2010, with all electrics and plumbing replaced. Whether you're looking to sail short-handed or fully crewed, cruise the coast, race around the cans or head offshore, Seaquesta offers a great mix of speed, comfort and capability wrapped in the security of a durable aluminium hull. Seaquesta is a proven, well built, seaworthy, blue-water sailing boat with a great pedigree and thousands of open ocean miles beneath her. Reluctantly for sale due to too many other commitments.