2017 Seawind 1190 Sport

Bainbridge Island, WA, US


'Skywalker' is a Seawind 1190 Sport Catamaran, a model that unlocks the full performance potential of the award-winning Seawind 1160 design.

'Skywalker' is built lighter, stronger, and more powerful with a larger sail plan and lifting carbon daggerboards tucked below deck. Extensive use of carbon fiber in high-stress areas and a reinforced bowsprit makes for a boat built to handle the strong pressures expected from a high performance-seeking sailor.

This Seawind 1190 Sport began in San Francisco as a brand new catamaran shipped from the Seawind Factory in Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam. Her first owners sailed her under the name 'Half Moon' to the Baja for a season, and further to Zihuatanejo and Costa Rica. Wright Yachts assisted in the transport of 'Half Moon' to arrive via cargo ship to the Pacific Northwest so she could be available to our market, a market that has never had a Seawind 1190 Sport before in 2019. Since, The vessel has been in Canada, on the hard mostly while awaiting the travel restriction lift. And after one season of cruising, the new owners of now 'Skywalker' have made her available for sale. 

Highlighted equipment onboard includes: 

  • Diesel force heating
  • Spectra 200T Watermaker 
  • 1,010 Watts of solar with 3 solar controllers and a pro-remote control panel
  • Full B&G Navigation Suite including a 12" Zeus 3 chartplotter, 4G radar, VHF, AIS receiver, autopilot with remote steering, wind transducer, and depth sounder with paddlewheel
  • Sun covers for the windows and hatches
  • Inflatable dingy with a outboard 


  • Length: 40ft
  • Beam: 21' 3"
  • Draft: 3' 2"
  • Year: 2017
  • Hull: Composite
  • Status: Active

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  • Keel: Other


  • Length Overall: 39.75 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 2"
  • Beam Measure: 21' 3"


  • Total Power: 40
  • Engine Brand: Honda
  • Engine Type: Outboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Unleaded
  • Engine Power: 20 hp

  • Total Power: 40
  • Engine Brand: Honda
  • Engine Type: Outboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Unleaded
  • Engine Power: 20 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (52 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (52 Gallons)


  • Number of heads: 1


Overall Length 39ft / 11.9m

Waterline Length 37ft / 11.3m

Beam 21’4” / 6.5m

Draft 1’9″ – 6’9″ / 0.6 – 2.1m

Displacement 13,400 lbs / 6 tonnes

Underwing Clearance 2’4” / 0.73m

Steering Twin Helms Cable Steering Power Tilt

Outboards 2 x 20hp Honda

Fuel 71 US gallons / 270 litres

Fresh Water 185 US gallons / 700 litres

Holding Tanks 34 US gallons / 130 litres 

  1. GENERAL: The overall finish of the Seawind 1190 Sport will be consistent with that of the well known and loved 1160 range with only the highest quality equipment used throughout.

The overall concept of the 1190 sport is for a competitive sports catamaran at a level of construction, workmanship, equipment, fitout and style that surpasses any other available in the market at this price range.

  • Finish: Full female moulded hulls & decks, exterior gelcoat and carbon fiber finish with moulded-in non-slip surface on deck areas.
  • Hull Laminate: New Infused Vinyl Ester (Modified epoxy) resin laminate of the entire hull laminate. Polyester resin elsewhere. Laminate specifications are certified to CE and Australian survey standards.
  • Clear anodised aluminium mast and boom. Double spreader rig.
  • Standing Rigging  – Forestay 1 x 19 Dieform wire.

Cap Shruds Dynex Dux, synthetic rigging.

Diamonds 1 x 19 Stainless Steel wire.

  • Halyards – Main halyard:  12 mm Spectra rope : Heavy duty shackle.

Jib halyard:  8 mm Spectra rope. Heavy duty shackle.

Topping lift:  8 mm rope, Heavy duty shackle.

Spinnaker Halyard:  8mm Spectra with snap-shackle

Screecher halyard with new 2:1 purchase system.

Boom outhaul: 10mm Spectra.

  • Slab reefing.
  • Fully battened square top black aramid, laminate mainsail. Triple stitched radial construction. Leach adjustable batten end caps. Fibreglass sail battens.
  • Black aramid, laminate jib with vertical battens.
  • Asymmetric spinnaker in any color of your choice.
  • Carbon fibre bowsprit with synthetic bridle wires.
  • Mainsail cover with integrated lazy jack system.
  • Self-tacking headsail, curved headsail traveller track with end stops. With New single line control sheet to cockpit.
  • Main sheet run to port and starboard helms.
  • Aluminium Hatches & portholes (9 in total)

4 x Forward Hatches 470mm x 470mm

2 x Mid cabin hatches 470mm x 470mm

1 x Port Bathroom window hatch 507mm x 377mm

1 x Aft Cabin window hatch 507mm x 377mm

  • Fibreglass Deck Hatches:

Forward anchor & storage hatches x 5

Cockpit storage hatches x 2

  • 6 x Docking cleats. Each side : bow, stern & amidships.
  • 1 x Heavy duty mooring cleat on forward walkway.
  • Ventilation: 2 x forward cabin hatch vents.
  • Mast base turning blocks. All halyards & sail controls to cockpit.
  • 13 x Rope clutches.
  • Sheet winches : 2 x 45ST – 2 speed self tailing, 3 x 40ST – 2 speed self tailing & 1 x 15ST self tailing
  • Stanchions/Rails: High quality stanchions 3 life-lines with ss wire. 
  • 2 x transom access gates with pelican hook releases.
  • Aft swim ladder
  • Dinghy davits.
  • Carbon reinforced fwd beam
  • Pelican striker and adjustable cable.
  • 1 x Mooring plate above foredeck.
  • 2 x Anchor roller under deck. Permanent stowage position for 45lb Plough anchor.
  • Catwalk in pvc foam-sandwich fibreglass.
  • Light weight plastic coated open netted trampolines.
  • Carbon reinforced Targa Bar in gloss carbon finish with curved mainsheet track and sports traveller control system.
  • Stainless steel framed seats behind aft beam.
  • full width hard top over cockpit
  • Twin helm stations:
  • 2 X 32” lightweight composite steering wheels.
  • Both wheels independently linked to steering system. – system offers back-up redundancy.
  • Retractable dagger boards below deck height when retracted.
  • Furniture and cabin sides in gloss gelcoat finish.
  • Cabin top lined with lightweight liner.
  • Floors: synthetic timber flooring.
  • Cabinet doors in lightweight modern finish.
  1. SALOON:
  • New Lightweight carbon fibre saloon table.
  • Upholstered settee.
  • Cocktail cabinet with carbon fibre finish.
  • Forward opening windows with in marine ocean hatch frame. Side windows in 6mm toughened glass.
  • Tri-fold saloon doors.
  • Removable alloy framed, helm hatches.
  1. GALLEY:
  • Spacious galley with New lightweight Granite coat benchtops.
  • Three (3) burner LPG stove, stainless steel pot holders. Flame failure device to shut off LPG immediately in event of flame going out.
  • Stainless steel sink.
  • Pressure fresh water system.
  • Refrigerator: Front opening upright fridge with freezing compartment 130 litres.
  • Under bench storage.
  • Trash bin.
  • LPG solenoid control in galley.
  • Light weight pvc foam cored timber doors on all private cabins.
  • Port & Starboard fwd cabins : Each queen sized bed (2050mm x 1540mm).
  • Aft Starboard cabin : Double bed (1990mm x 1230mm).
  • Mattresses 150mm ( 6” ) foam upholstered.
  • Cabins lined.
  • 12volt LED lighting.
  • Storage/Cupboards.
  • New Polished light weight pvc foam cored timber door.
  • Manual toilet. Discharge via holding tank.
  • Holding tank built in. Discharge Pump out by shore station or directly overboard 130L.
  • Pipes, skin fittings and sea-cocks are easily accessible and to meet survey requirements.
  • Vanity basin with pressure water.
  • Separate shower stall with wall mounted shower head & mixer tap.
  • Electric shower bilge pump with direct overboard discharge.
  • Large quantity cupboards / shelves to very high quality.
  • High quality DC electrical switch panel with circuit breakers, LED indicator lights and voltage display.
  • Marine grade tinned electrical wiring with extensive use of heat sealed connectors.
  • Batteries x 3 comprising: House System (260 amp hrs) : 2 x 130 amp hr heavy duty batteries. One engine cranking battery – 130 amp hr heavy duty battery.
  • 230amp heavy duty isolation switch.
  • 12 V lighting : Numerous 12V interior lamps and courtesy lights throughout including recessed lights in cockpit.
  • 4 x 12V Outlets.
  • CE approved navigation lights. Port & Starboard mounted on bows.
  • Deck floodlight mounted on spreaders.
  • Mast head anchor / riding light.
  • Pressure water system with water to galley and both bathrooms.
  • Fresh water tank: 700 litres ( 185 gallons) roto moulded. Remote deck filler.
  • Electric fresh water pump.
  • Electric bilge pumps (2) with controls integral with master battery switch panel.
  • Manual bilge pumps (2) in each hull.
  • New Marelon flush mounted through-hull fittings to CE/ISO standard.
  • Manual toilet in head.
  • 1 x LPG bottle – 4.5kg.
  • Fresh water tank gauge.
  1. ENGINES: 
  • Twin lightweight Honda 25hp engines. Mounted under each helm seat at each steering station.
  • Remote electric key start with electric tilt fitted.
  • Dual engine controls at port helm station.
  • Twin steering compasses.
  • 2x Multifunction displays with speed depth and wind transducers installed.
  • Electric anchor winch with chain & warp gypsy. Located under locker to give clean deck. Primary anchor is 45 lb Delta anchor type with 15 mtrs x 8mm short link galvanised chain and 40 mtrs x 16mm triple braid anchor warp.
  • Primary anchor is stored in a specially designed anchor roller under the forward beam.
  • Anchor winch has foot switch at the winch plus a remote up / down control at the helm station.
  • 3 x PVC Inflatable Fenders.
  • 3 x Mooring lines (each 15 metres x 14mm).
  • Epoxy barrier coat plus 2 coats of high quality black antifouling bottom paint.
  • Seawind 1190 Sport badge on each hull and stern.




  • Less drag than mini-keels (7m3 reduction in wetted surface area)
  • Higher pointing ability (5-7 degrees)
  • Shallow draft (17.7inches or 450mm)
  • Lighter construction (


Dagger style high aspect retractable rudders

  • Reduced drag
  • Improved performance
  • Positive helm feedback
  • Shallow draft
  • Beaching ability

Carbon reinforced forebeam and targa arch.

  • Stiffer construction
  • Reduced weight

Carbon bowsprit.

  • Stiffer / lighter construction

Double spreader tall Mast

  • Ability to carry larger sail area
  • Improved sheeting ability

Performance Sails

  • Light weight aramid cloth reducing weight aloft
  • Improved sail shape and performance

Construction weight reduction of 600kg (compared to Seawind 1160)

  • Improved power to weight ratio

Outboard engines

  • Significant weight reduction
  • No drag when sailing
  • No growth on legs
  • No electrolysis
  • Low maintenance & low replacement costs
  • Fuel stored external to the cabin



Seawind 1190 Sport

The Seawind 1190 Sport builds on the design and stunning success of the Seawind 1160, of which some 150 have been built and are sailing all over the world.

The new cabin moulding and extended hulls combine to form a profile that looks much longer than its actual 300mm in extra length. Continuing the sheer line aft, integrating the new hard top into the cabin top, changing the window profiles and having a carbon clear coat finish to the targa arch, all combine to create a look with is sleek and lower in profile

The ‘Sport’ variant of the range has dagger boards and lift up rudders rather than low aspect ratio keels, providing between 5 to 7 degrees higher pointing angle to windward. Both the ‘Lite’ and the ‘Sport’ models use twin electrically raised 20hp outboards, instead of inboard diesels which provides a huge advantage in reduced drag and weight aft. The rudders on the Sport are lifting foils similar to those fitted in the companies Corsair trimaran range. The efficient use of an appropriate family of tested components makes sense and also simplifies parts support.

The boat is about 6 tonnes, which is about 20% lighter than the original 1160. The big difference is that without the buoyancy of the hollow keels, and the diesel engines towards the stern, the weights, always relatively well centered, are now firmly where they belong. The weight savings have been achieved without sacrificing any strength of toughness in the build, but rather by reducing the resin content with the increasing application of resin infusion and careful quality control. In addition, unnecessary interior components have been eliminated.

Doyle supplies aramid sails included in the standard package and an asymmetric spinnaker, which is comfortable in anything between 90 and 140 degrees apparent. The Sport is also rigged for a Code Zero, with sheets coming back to sliding fairleads beside the cabin top.

Interior Styling

Recent design trends have tended to favour rectilinear lines and light colours. The new 1190 embodies this trend, with a light grey flooring used throughout the interior and light grey trims. These contrast in an attractive way with finished white interior linings, occasional dark accent and stainless steel hardware and plumbing fixtures. The overall impression is one of light and openness, yet not at the expense of practicality. Hand holds are still where they need to be. The ‘ground level’ galley provides great views out, lots of light and a secure working environment, while leaving the seating area open and uncluttered.

The Sport with its dagger boards is offered in a three cabin owner version. The impact of the board casings is virtually non-existent opposite the port navigation station area, and divides the galley into a prep/washing area and cooking area, opposite a continuous counter. The island berth on the port side in the master stateroom allows easy access to either side. All three cabins have extensive storage and hanging lockers. The enormous heads have a large separate walk in shower. One of the great features of this boat has always been the very effective internal ventilation.

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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