The SeaTek 36 is a Jersey built boat with Carolina style. She’ll get you out to the canyons and back quickly and efficiently with her twin 500hp Cummins QSC 8.3’s. She packs A LOT of fishing features into a compact package. Great storage, fishboxes, electronics, oversize cooler, overhead rod storage, new teaser reels, and a large, comfortable cabin with plenty of headroom. The SeaTek 36 first was built as the SeaView 36 and then morphed into the OutIsland 38 by stretching it two feet. She’s got an easy 26.5 knot cruise at 2300 rpms and tops out around 32 at a WOT of 2650. Recent maintenance and upgrades are listed below. Easy to see in Ocean City, MD.
Recent maintenance and upgrades include:
New Command Mic VHF Radio and Intercom system at Upper Station
New Garmin MFD at Upper Station
Early 1000 Hour Cummins Engine Service (Heat Exchangers, Intercoolers, Aftercoolers, etc.)
New Garmin x24HD Radar
New Fuel Lines
Pompanette Fighting Chair
New Sirius Radio with Helm Control Module
Garmin 54 Sirius Weather Antenna
Hull Professionally Compounded and Waxed
Installed Transom Hatch for improved Pump and Bilge access
New Northern Lights Generator
New Trolling Valves and Solenoids
Replaced Garmin Reactor Autopilot Rudder Feedback Sensor
New Cummins Electronic Control Modules on both Engines
New Port & Starboard Trim Tab Cylinders
Complete Bottom job (Blasting, 2 barrier coats, 2 coats of bottom paint)
New Boot striping
New AC unit
All new Batteries (4 Group 24 and 2 Group 27)
All new Bilge pumps (4 Rule 2000)MANUFACTURER INFO
The SeaTek 36 is a custom express sportfish built by Shore Point in Lower Bank, NJ. Originally the Seaview 36, Shore Point bought the plant and molds from Naval architect James La in 2005. The boat is a classic express fishing boat capable of cruising at speeds in excess of 30 knots. Her distinctive Carolina flair makes her noticeable on the water as well as insures a smooth, dry ride for its occupants. She has been proven to raise fish and keep her passengers just as comfortable as if they were on a larger vessel. Owners love the boat due to her well built construction, durability, and the ability to have a truly custom boat.BOATING MAGAZINE SAYS
Courtesy of Kevin Falvey, Boating Magazine:They Say: The exaggerated flare and tumblehome will entice you aboard. Once there, the ride will make you want to run this bruising, 36'1" by14'2", 22,000-pound boat while others are tied fast, waiting for a weather update.
We Say: True. Plus, it's currently priced low to gain a market foothold. But it's no second-rate boat. Transom and bottom are solid fiberglass. Topsides are divinycell-cored. The whole shebang is laid up in vinylester, and SeaTek sealed the laminate, not just the fixtures, at every penetration. I found electrical and plumbing chafe-protection excellent. For a definition of the word "detail," check how the grain of the tuna door's teak gate matches the surrounding covering boards. Belowdecks, the shower sump will be tough to service. But the 36's teak interior sports a huge head and an unexpected level of amenity for a thoroughbred fishing boat. Wide open, we hit 36.8 mph after a smooth, quick transition to plane. Thanks to wider-than-typical engine spacing, the 36 provides agile maneuvering with clutches alone. Its deep-V bottom provides surer handling in following seas (read: breaking inlets) than some flatter-bottomed Carolina boats. Visibility fore and aft is great from the centerline helm. Another detail: The forward canvas is EZ2CY for glass-like clarity, but the aft curtains are Strataglass, so they can be folded for stowage.
Who'd Want One: Billfish chasers and tunamaniacs.Disclaimer
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.