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The SeaPiper exterior is crafted for optimal flexibility, featuring a spacious mid cockpit with side boarding doors for easy access to docks or water. The mid cockpit includes storage compartments, seating cushions, and handrails, with quick engine access through a large hatch. Cleats are strategically placed, and the aft cockpit offers molded-in seating and LPG lockers. The exterior showcases a gelcoat finish, white deck, and a gray hull with black anti-fouling paint. Constructed with resin-infused vinylester, the SeaPiper emphasizes strength and reduced environmental impact.
The SeaPiper's interior is designed for comfort and functionality, featuring a central pilothouse/salon connected to a galley. The space offers seating for four, a convertible double berth, and a well-equipped helm station with safety features. The galley, which connects to the aft cockpit, is equipped with a 2-burner cooktop, refrigerator, sink, and more. The forecabin contains a convertible v-berth, a hanging locker, head, and ample natural light. The SeaPiper's interior boasts a clean white gelcoat finish, combining durability and aesthetic appeal, combining a practical and thoughtful design for a comfortable living experience on the water.
The SeaPiper boasts a distinctive layout focused on a 60-square foot mid cockpit, serving as the heart of the vessel. Positioned forward are the stateroom and head, while aft features the pilothouse/salon and galley. This mid cockpit not only offers ample storage but also serves as a comfortable hub for passengers to enjoy their cruise. Towards the stern, a compact aft cockpit with two seats and a swim step facilitates easy water access. The SeaPiper is well-suited for seafaring adventures, providing ample space for attaching kayaks, paddle boards, fishing gear, and more, ensuring a versatile and enjoyable experience on the water.
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