Currently on the hard, under dust cover in a shed in Mystic, Connecticut. Sea Lark is a fine example of the renowned Carl Matthews designed and Matthews Company of Port Clinton Ohio built aft cabin motor yacht. She is fully restored with rebuilding achieved through the years.
Sea Lark has been meticulously and continuously maintained. Powered by twin Chevrolet 454 Crusader engines. The purchase of Sea Lark presents a great opportunity to own a true classic motor yacht in top shape and condition. She has cruised the Atlantic coast to Florida and the Bahamas, and is fully capable of comfortably repeating such adventures. Owner of over twenty years motivated to sell and offers encouraged.
Priced to sell this off season.
Please call Howard Taylor at 860 884 9924 to schedule a viewing. Thank you
Rudders and Moorings LLC, Stonington Connecticut Office:
Sea Lark is a traditionally styled bridge deck aft cabin motor yacht. The hull designed by Scott and Carl Matthews has a round formed bottom that flattens out aft, and the nearly vertical bow provides a fine entry with little flare. Keel and frames are oak with mahogany planking, teak foredeck and cockpit. Stainless steel bow rails, boarding gates. Bottom and frames replaced stem to stern (2004-2006). Bronze fasteners, new thru hulls.
Sleeps six crew in comfort with a Vee berth is forward; a convertible settee/double berth in main salon and double berths each side of the aft master stateroom.
Aft of the forward cabin is the U-shaped vinyl upholstered dinette to port and the galley opposite equipped with electric Princess stove with oven, Tundra reefer/freezer, double stainless steel sinks, formica counter tops, cupboards and drawers. There is a convertible comfortable sofa in the main saloon. Access to head and shower stall are via the passage way to the after cabin and the passageway. Heads are equipped with two porcelain sinks and two Vacu-flush toilets. Aft is the large roomy stateroom with double berths on each side. There is a large cedar hanging locker and several drawers. Varnished interior. Floors are linoleum and carpet. Curtains are cloth. The bridge deck has a helm seat and upholstered settee and bench.