Long-range cruising enthusiasts may want to take a close look at Sea Sea, a 2015, Kadey-Krogen 52.
Her twin, 160 hp John Deere diesels reportedly have relatively low 530 hours on them. Sea Sea‘s shakedown cruise was a 3,200-mile sojourn from Florida to New England. Suffice it to say, the yacht’s full-displacement hull form has proven itself to her current owners.
The builder reports an 8-knot cruising speed and a 10-knot top-end. Sea Sea holds 1,400 gallons of fuel and 400 gallons of water.
For the voyaging couple or family, this Kadey-Krogen 52 has a two stateroom-layout, plus an office (If you have to work underway). The master stateroom is forward and has a cherry-and-spruce sole, a queen-size mattress and power-friendly LED lighting. The en suite head has a separate toilet and shower. A second stateroom has twin berths. All toilets are Dometic/Sealand with quiet flush.
With her 3,000-mile range and a Jenn-Aire cooktop, microwave/convection oven, refrigerator, and deep freezer to stow and cook you provisions, you’ll only need to come ashore if you the mood strikes you.
Some notable equipment includes, two Northern Lights generators (6 kw and 12 kW), 15 hp AFT bow and stern thrusters, 800-gpd Village Marine watermaker, a 13-foot AB dinghy with a 60 hp Yamaha four-stroke outboard and Garmin electronics, to name a few.
Sea Sea can be seen in Punta Gorda, Florida, and is currently listed at $1.795 million.
Learn more: kadeykrogen.com