Seahorse | 2018 Antares 44GS

Fort Pierce, FL, US

Seahorse | Antares 44GS 44ft

US $860,000

Fort Pierce, FL, US



  • Length: 44ft
  • Builder: 40 Grados Sur
  • Beam: 21' 9"
  • Year: 2018
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Sale Pending

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  • Builder: 40 Grados Sur
  • Designer: Ted Clements


  • Length Overall: 44 ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 62' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 21' 9"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 251
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1021
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (60 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (60 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2


The Saloon is beautifully laid out. With its cherry wood throughout and vast windows, the space is open and very welcoming. The settee is L-shaped and centered in the saloon. It is elevated on a platform for increased visibility and provides storage underneath. The table is designed to drop down to coffee table height or raise for dining. 

  • L-shaped settee on raised platform with panoramic view, storage below.
  • A triangular table on a manually adjustable pedestal with horizontal adjustment.
  • Printer slideable drawer at base of settee by nav station
  • Pass-through to galley.
  • Handrails beside wide stairway lead into each hull.
  • Faux-leather upholstery (White).
  • Teak and holly flooring throughout.
  • (2) 12v fans installed above seating area.
  • Navigation station faces forward with drawer for instrument storage and access for computer cables.
  • Pedestal mounted navigation chair on swivel.
  • Additional forward-facing seating at companionway with 2-drawer storage below. Pull-out desk for a work station or as an extra table. Tip-out cupboard for storage and washing machine access. Additional storage for stowing bottles. 
  • Sliding glass door joining saloon and cockpit is 38” wide with Phantom screen door.
  • Protective, custom rugs throughout to protect teak/holly floor


The galley is on the port side of the vessel. It is easily accessed by “household” steps and is open to saloon. The craftsmanship of the cabinetry is phenomenal and the cherry wood is throughout.

  • Solid surface countertops (Glacier White) on inboard and outboard side of galley
  • A flush mounted double stainless sinks with fixtures and stainless backsplash.
  • 15 cupboards and 5 drawers in cherry veneer finish.
  • A 4 burner cooktop and flush mount oven. Propane oven supplied by 2 x 20 lb aluminium propane tanks stored externally in aft rope lockers.
  • Convection microwave oven.
  • Cherry finished exterior on fridge/freezer unit.
  • Fridge has 7.3 cu ft capacity, 3 shelves. Chest freezer has 4.3 cu ft. capacity, and 3 starboard/stainless baskets. Fridge/freezer are cooled by compressors. Independent thermostats for each. Frig compressor replaced 5/22.
  • Large deep double sink with single-lever high rise faucet and spray
  • Stainless rails on shelves above sink and Microwave/convection oven 
  • Manual fresh water pump at sink
  • Dimmable LED room lights and florescent countertop lighting
  • 3x 110 VAC outlets
  • Propane solenoid switch
  • Large port light w/cherry trim and overhead hatch w/Oceanair blinds
  • Fully stocked with cutlery, pots and pans

Master Head

The master head is forward on the starboard side. It has a large sink/counter area with Corian counters and a spacious vanity above. The shower is separated with an acrylic shower door which keeps the rest of the head completely dry.

  • Shower with electric sump pump
  • Corian counters (Glacier White)
  • Stainless under mount sink with stainless single-lever faucet
  • Jabsco electric marine toilet
  • Vanity cabinet with storage shelves
  • Portlight and overhead hatch w/Oceanair blinds
  • Mirror on door
  • 110VAC outlet
  • Oceanair skysol shade on portlights in white with blackout

Master Cabin

The master cabin is located on the starboard side of the vessel. After descending 2 “household” stairs, the starboard hull is dedicated to the master with a large stateroom, dressing area and oversized head. The same beautiful cherry cabinetry is throughout.

  • Queen size mattress (60″ x 80″ x 6″D)
  • Ventilation pads under mattress
  • 2 large portlights with Oceanair blinds
  • 2 hatches (1) with Oceanair blinds
  • Bedside table w/2 drawers
  • 4 storage drawers under berth
  • Dimmable LED room lights
  • Quartz halogen reading lamps
  • Independent HVAC control/thermostat
  • Multiple storage areas in stateroom and dressing area
  • Escape hatch at the foot of the berth
  • 3/4′ length mirror on back of door
  • Caframo  fan
  • 110VAC and 12VDC outlets
  • Storage area under berth
  • Safe
  • Flat screen TV mounted at foot of bed
  • Book shelf
  • Washer/dryer is conveniently located in the master closet
  • Oceanair skysol shade on portlights in white with blackout

Aft Guest Cabin

On the port side, aft of the galley is the 1st guest cabin. Laid out similar to the master, it also boasts a true queen sized bed with mattress ventilation pads, large hanging closet and many storage cabinets. It also has a very large storage area under the berth, two large portlights and a hatch, all with Oceanair blinds/screens. Also dimmable LED room lights, quartz halogen reading lamps, Caframo fan, 110VAC and 12VDC outlets. The optional cherry bookshelf is also in the guest cabin. 

  • Oceanair skysol shade on portlights in white with blackout
  • Independent HVAC control/thermostat
  • Escape hatch to the left of the berth

3rd Guest Stateroom

The 3rd guest stateroom is forward of the galley on the port side. It has the extra bunk at the foot of the double bed.  There is also storage beneath the mattress.

  • Large portlight and overhead hatch w/Oceanair blinds
  • Reading lamps and overhead dome light
  • Hella fan and HVAC outlet
  • Oceanair skysol shade on portlights in white with blackout

2nd Head

A second head is located forward on the port side.

  • Jabsco electric marine toilet
  • Spacious one-piece fiberglass module enclosed shower with electric sump pump
  • Corian counter (Glacier white)
  • Stainless under mount sink with stainless single-lever faucet
  • Mirror on door
  • Vanity cabinets with storage shelves


  • Saloon – 6 overhead lights. 2 reading lights mounted on forward bulkhead. 4 courtesy lights in the saloon step
  • Saloon ceiling light with 4 lights on dimmer
  • Galley – 4 overhead lights and 3 counter lights mounted under outboard shelves. 1 under counter fluorescent over stove top. 3 courtesy lights in the access step faces.
  • Master Cabin – 2 overhead lights and 2 reading lights. 4 overhead in dressing area, 3 courtesy lights in access steps
  • Master Head – 5 overhead lights
  • Port Head – 2 overhead lights with switch
  • Port Forward Cabin – 2 overhead lights with switch, 2 reading lights
  • Guest Cabin – 2 overhead lights, 2 reading lights- Cockpit – overhead lights mounted on hardtop.
  • Courtesy lights mounted on each transom step and companion well steps
  • Underwater lights – LED Aqualuma


  • Jefa shaft drive “MAMBA” system
  • JEFA teak trimmed wheel
  • Rudders are skegged for extra strength and stability
  • Rudders linked by tiller bar
  • UHMW polyethylene bearings
  • Accommodation for emergency steering through transom stairs/emergency tiller

Safety Gear

  • Electric bilge: Rule 1500
  • Manual bilge: Whale Gulper
  • Fire extinguishers (7)
  • Type II life vests (3)
  • Jack Lines (2)
  • Safety Tethers (4) of which (2) are new 5/22
  • (2) West Marine Offshore Inflatable vests with harness new 5/22
  • (3) Type I life vests new 5/22
  • Stateroom escape hatches have been remanned for recall.

Anchoring and Docking

Seahorse’s anchoring and docking package consists of:

  • Primary anchor 150’ x 10mm high test chain, 150’ x 5/8” anchor rode attached to 1 Rocna anchor 33
  • Installed color-coded chain length markers at 50′, 75′ and 100′ in 5/22
  • Stern anchor Fortress FX37
  • Integrated double anchor roller and chain stop
  • Quick Rider 1400 electric windlass-with wired control
  • Integrated bridle system
  • Anchor chain hook (5/22)
  • Fenders(6)
  • (8) Dock lines
  • 1 x 50ft 30 amp power cords
  • Salt water and fresh wash down on foredeck for anchor chain and anchor
  • Washdown hose new 5/22

Generator Compartment

  • Onan 7.5kw (fully serviced and sea water pump replaced 2023)
  • 110 VAC outlet
  • LED lights
  • Storage
  • Y valve for head holding tank. No macerator pump needed
    to dump at sea…. Gravity drop.
  • Black water holding tank
  • Whale shower sump pump


Vessel carries a Main, Self Tacking Jib, Genoa, Screecher and Spinnaker. Mast is Selden, deck stepped anodized aluminum furling mast, double diamond stay configuration. 

  • Furling Mainsail –  DOYLE Sail approx 491 sq. ft.  (new 3/20)
              • Vertically battened
              • Harken mainsheet traveller system mounted on hardtop
              • 6:1 Harken traveller controls accessible from cockpit


  • 130% Genoa – UK Sails 458 sq. ft. taffeta mylar composite
              • Tell Tales
              • Genoa Sheets (new 5/22)
              • Furlex 400s furler
              • Harken 44 sheet winches (self tailing, 2 speed) located aft in cockpit
              • Two winch handles
              • Harken 50 power winch (self tailing, 2 speed) at helm for furling control


  • Furling Screecher – UK Sails 732 sq. ft. Radial Cut Pentex composite
              • Selden Code Zero furling
              • Stowable bowsprit mounted on front crossbeam.  
              • Auxiliary halyard fitted with a snap shackle
              • Screecher sheets lead aft to Selden Fairlead Blocks.
              • New halyard 5/22


  • Aysmetrical Spinnaker w Sock UK Sails 1.5oz nylon


  • 95% Jib – UK Sails 252 sq. ft.
              • Selden self tacking jib traveler installed on the foredeck
              • Halyard with snap shackle
              • Furlex 400S Furling Gear
              • Tell Tales
              • Single Line Jib sheet lead to cockpit
              • Harken 50 power winch (self tailing, 2 speed) at helm for sheet/furling


  • 2x Harken 50 power winch, self tailing, 2 speed (1 at helm, 1 aft cockpit)
  • 2x Harken 50 winches, self tailing, 2 speed (aft cockpit)
  • The 2 Harken 50 power winch at helm and cockpit can be operated by remote control. All sail operation can be performed single handed.
  • Stern power winch controls (replaced 5/22)


  • Engine/Mechanical Overview
    • Full engine instrumentation panel includes push button engine start and individual gauges for engine temperature, water temperature, oil pressure, charge voltage, and tachometer / hour meter
    • Twin Volvo Penta D2-40 HP diesel engines, shaft drive (1¼” shafts) located amidships in sound shielded compartment with 115amps/engine alternators and MS15L-B 2.61:1 transmission.
    • Volvo had a recall on an engine control circuit board. This affected the port engine. When they did the replacement the engine hours were reset. Currently they read:   Starboard: 1021 Port: 251
    • Dual Racor fuel filters
    • Twin 75 gallon diesel tanks mounted amidships below water-line with 2 fuel deck inlets
    • 3-Zone Cruisair air conditioning/heat (1 x 8,000 BTU, 1 x 18,000 BTU)
    • Onan 7.5 kW generator including sound insulation box and gas/water separator (250 hrs)
    • Max prop 3 blade feathering propellers
    • Shaft Shark line cutters by AB Marine
    • Manual fuel transfer system (both ways) with piping to pump fuel between the fuel tanks
    • Port engine MDI replaced by Volvo mechanic due to Volvo recall. Replacement caused the engine hours to reset to zero (5/22). (Starboard MDI replaced by previous owner at about 200hrs)
    • Flushed cooling system for both engines (5/22)
    • Replaced fuel sending unit starboard side (5/22)
    • 1000 hr Volvo service completed 2023
    • Bottom recently painted


  •  Deck Hardware
    •  Spinlock Line clutches – 6 at aft winch, 4 at forward winch, one on bowsprit
    • Mooring cleat (12”) with fairlead on each bow
    • 1 Mooring cleats (12”) with fairlead amidships on each hull
    • Mooring cleat (12”) with fairlead on each stern
    • Mooring cleat (12”) on each transom
    • Stanchions (6) 30”-high with double lifelines per side
    • Solid stainless steel top lifeline
    • Gates with pelican hooks at stern and transom both sides
    • Extra hand holds on stern for boarding
    • Recessed swim ladder mounted on port side steps – easily deployed from
      in the water
    • Bow seats in pulpits
    • Toe-rail is clear anodized T section, mounted on external flange of
      deck and hull with fasteners on 4″ center
    • Stainless steel through-bolted chain plates into primary reinforcements
  • Front Beam & Trampoline
    • Aluminum compression member with stainless A-frame supports forestay, bowsprit, bridle and tie-downs for trampoline
    • Trampoline is woven and sewn vinyl-dipped Dacron for excellent comfort and durability (replaced 5/22)
  • Aft Seating & Davits
    • Davits suitable for dinghy up to 12′ in length and approx 700lbs
    • Built in storage benches contain propane tanks and lines, and seat 4 people
    • Harken 50 power winch mounted on center pedestal between storage benches
    • BBQ Grill – Magma stainless Catalina includes cover
    • Stern Light
  •  Cockpit
    • FRP hardtop extended w additional solar
    • Glass windshield with windshield wiper (replaced wiper switch 3/22)
    • Flexiteak installed in cockpit, aft steps, side decks and foredeck
    • 2 hatches to view mainsail
    • LED cockpit lights on dimmer switch
    • Phantom retracting screen door
    • Full length hand holds around edges of hardtop and overhead in cockpit (stainless)
    • Moveable step stool at helm
    • Bench seating in center cockpit with folding table (seats up to 5 people)
    • Vinyl cockpit cushions (orange)
    • 2 x Harken 50.2 STEA powered winches, 1 centrally mounted sheet winch at helm, and 1 halyard winch mounted on aft pedestal
    • 2 Harken 46.2 STA manual self-tailing Genoa sheet winches with 2 winch handles
    • Double helm seat with reversible back rest, covered in white polyethylene with additional storage under helm seat. Comes with cover
    • Cockpit seating arranged around expandable starboard table with stainless steel
    • Sunbrella cockpit upholstery (orange)
    • Day bed on port side
    • 12 volt electrical panel
    • Full cockpit enclosure
    • Cockpit frig to left of salon door (new 3/22)
    • Stainless Steel grab rail mounted on cockpit ceiling
    • Cockpit speakers
    • Davit system suitable for dinghies up to 12’ in length
    • LPG outlet in starboard aft rope locker connects to BBQ. Replaced Magma LPG propane gas low pressure control valve 5/22
    • Cup holders throughout
    • Cockpit lights (4) with dimmer
    • Full Sunbrella with stratoglass cockpit enclosure (Gray)
    • Sony marine waterproof cockpit speakers
    • Deck shower with hot and cold fresh water on port side
    • All lines for halyards, reefing, sheets, vang, furling and topping lift led aft to two winch stations, all with Spinlock line clutches
    • Additional sun cushions (orange) for in front of mast on deck
  • Mast & Rigging
  • • Deck Stepped anodized aluminum Selden Furling Mast, double diamond stay configuration
  • • Running rigging lead through underdeck raceway to line clutch equipped cockpit winch pedestals
  • In mast and rigging clutches for mainsail, genoa and screecher halyards at mast
  • • Anti-chafe sail rollers on spreader ends and full length shroud covers
  • • Conduit in mast for all electrical wiring
  • • Steaming light. Installed a separate switch so that the steaming light can be extinguished when sailing, thus giving a back up to the tri-color light for sailing at night.
  • • Spreader lights
  • Deck Lockers 
    •  Starboard forward locker with steps attached to outboard wall provide generator access- Center forward locker with access through 20” x 20” hatch with stainless steel ladder. Contains ship service batteries in fiberglass enclosure. Access to halyards & tunnel under bridgedeck
    • Cockpit lazarette with double door entry gives access to refrigeration compressors & steering components
    • Twin rope lockers with Starboard dividers creating 4 rope compartments. Each locker houses a 20 lb propane tank with external venting
    • Transom Lockers with access to shaft steering system
    • Transom lockers with access to shaft steering system


Vessel wired for US power – 110 VAC and 12 VDC

  • Shore Power: 2x 30 amp Marinco Easy Lock inlets mounted on starboard
    side – two Schneider 30 amp heavy duty breakers mounted close to shore power
    inlets (access from panel in Master stateroom) – one 50 ft 30 amp power cords, plus 50 amp splitter and 20 amp converter
  • House Batteries: 4 X AGM house batteries (1000 amp hours) housed in enclosed fiberglass cabinet in centre foredeck locker
  • Starter Batteries: 3 X Group 12 volt for engines and genes
  • Victron MultiPlus 3000-watt power Inverter/charger with true sine wave output – located under saloon settee with control panel next to Nav Station
  • Victron Blue Power Panel VE Net monitoring systemSolar Panels
  • 4 X 304 Watt solar panels recessed into hardtop with Victron Bluesolar regulator as required for solar panels
  • 12VDC: Paneltronics 24x 15 amp breakers with 100amp main switch, voltmeter for reading all batteries, line voltage meter for shore power/generator input and amp meter for reading load current, all at Nav Station – additional 12 breaker Paneltronics panel at the Helm Station.
  • 110VAC: Paneltronics 11 breakers with main supply safety breakers either
    connect shore power or generator, not both. Can parallel the input such
    that only one shore power connection will work should you only want to
    hook up with a single 30 amp rather than 2 X 30 amp.


  •  Electronics – Nav/Helm Station/Communications
    • (2) B&G Zeus2 12” touch screen chartplotter / multifunction display-
    • Broadband 4G Radar
    • GoFree WiFi Module
    • B&G forward scan sonar sensor
    • 1 x B&G Triton multi-data instrument display at inside nav station.
    • B&G Triton Pilot autopilot with RC 42 Fluxgate compass. 
    • 1 x Triton autopilot controller at helm station.
    • ICOM 504 VHF radio/loud hailer & remote control Mic
    • B&G NAIS-500 AIS Transceiver / NSPL-400 AIS Splitter (new 2022)
    • WiFi Booster by Wave WiFI (Rogue) with Shakespeare 5248 antenna pkg
    • Tri-lens RA-4520-1 radar reflector on mast
    • Upgraded wind sensor to B&G WS310 (5/22)
  • Entertainment 
    • Premium amplifier & receiver with 2 interior speakers and subwoofer and 2 exterior cockpit speakers
    • Flat panel 32” widescreen LCD HDTV in salon
    • Flat panel 20-22” HDTV mounted in master cabin
    • Fusion iPod docking station stereo
    • Fusion MS-NRX200 stereo remote at helm
    • TV antenna with booster


  • 2 independent 60-gallon water tanks installed amidships below water-line with 2 fresh water deck inlets located in the anchor locker. Ability to designate draw from either port/starboard tank. The water system is pressurized by a water pump, flow rate 4.5 gal/min. A tank monitoring system is installed on the tanks
  • 2 quiet flush electric heads & house size toilet seats. 2 x 30 gallon holding tanks located adjacent to the heads. A “Y” valve is installed to select pump out deck outlets or overboard discharge. A tank monitoring system is installed on the tanks
  • 2 x 5.28 gallon hot water tanks, one in each hull, combination electric/engine heat
  • 1500-gph bilge pump installed amidships in 2 hulls and 1 in starboard forward generator locker
  • Fresh water hot & cold hand held shower is located adjacent to port transom stairs
  • Fresh and sea water wash down outlets located in anchor locker
  • 43GPH watermaker installed in starboard aft transom locker
  • Protection enclosure around fridge and freezer and compressors
  • Manual fresh water pump mounted for galley sink
  • Rain water collection system that feeds both water tanks.


  • APEX 11′ dinghy and with ‘V’ shaped floor
  • Yamaha 15 hp, 4-stroke, manual start outboard engine (serviced 2023)



  • Includes 10 diesel plastic jerry cans.  Some filled with diesel fuel.  (05-25-2022)
  • Brand new 184-piece Dewalt SAE and Metric Tool Set (05-2022)
  • Numerous oil and fuel filters
  • Voltmeter (2)
  • Numerous fuses
  • Paddle wheel and depth sounder unit cleaned (05-2022)
  • All air conditioner seawater intake screens cleaned (05-2022)
  • Volvo seawater intake strainers cleaned (05-2022)
  • Onan generator water intake strainer cleaned (05-2022)
  • All turning blocks lubricated with Harken McLube  (03-2022)
  • All through hull valves visually inspected and exercised (No issues found) (03-2022)
  • Man-overboard sling was cleaned and self-inspected. (05-2022)
  • Stand-up inflatable paddle board (Located in port-side stern locker)
  • Bottom painted 9/22


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.


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