2004 81' Sea Force Enclosed Bridge


Ft Lauderdale, Florida

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Builder: Sea Force IX


LOA: 81 ft 8 in
Beam: 22 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in


Engine 1:
Engine Brand: MTU
Engine Model: 16V2000-M91
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2200
Engine Power: 2000 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: MTU
Engine Model: 16V2000-M91
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2200
Engine Power: 2000 HP


Fresh Water Tanks: (350 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (3800 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (100 Gallons)


Number of cabins: 4

Major Features

Interior execution is to a fit and finish second to none

All construction and materials are targeted to the marine environment Premium “AA” veneer, hand selected for grain and color
Wood Finish—Grain Filled Polyester/Polyurethane Satin Finish

Salon Bar: Scotsman Icemaker

Hardware: GSV marine hardware for cabin doors. All other hardware is yacht quality.

Overhead is Majilite Fabric
Lighting--Comprehensive lighting plan with “Vimar” switching and outlets

Overhead soffit air conditioning diffuser
Comprehensive and up to date entertainment system
Large L-Shaped sofa with upholstered storage locker
Window lambrequins

18ft Maverick 2005 flats boat, 115hp Yamaha outboard.

Molded fiberglass center island full function command console

16” anodized aluminum steering wheel

Two DDEC Engine Display Modules (E.D.M.)

DDEC four button station active pad

Single lever engine controls

DDEC emergency back-up control pad

Fuel level monitors

Start/Stop buttons and ignition key switches

Alarm panel display – instant, zoned trouble lights

5” magnetic compass

Bridge AC and DC electrical panels

Horn button

Dedicated areas for electronics

Pedestal helm chair

Molded fiberglass lounge seating is 3 distinct areas- rod storage within

Rod storage in the forward “brow” area

Wet bar and food preparation area and refrigerator


Safety handrail with rod holders

Full hardtop with overhead instrument pod

Port and starboard boarding steps

Port and starboard steps to the cockpit

Port and starboard insulated settees

Safety rail with gates port and starboard

Removable ladder to bridge

Transom tuna door

Two transom bait wells

Cockpit side lockers

Molded cockpit steps on both sides with storage

Tackle storage

Stainless steel bait freezer

Shore services: shore cords, phone cord, water services

Flip-out stainless steel ice bin with ice drawer above

Engine room entrance door/hatch

Exterior windows are 3/8” tinted, chemically hardened, safety glass bonded in a molded receiver

Each piece of glass is thoroughly inspected for scratches and optical purity

Stainless steel -lexan hatch with aluminum flange on foredeck

Two “Freeman” aluminum watertight hatches with quadrant hinges, gas shocks and quarter turn dog actuation in cockpit for access.
The entire bottom is coated with a multiple layer epoxy anti-fouling paint system

All topside surfaces are primed and finished with multiple coats of “Awlgrip” urethane paint. Base and accent colors are owner selected.

Premium grade teak toe rail finished with a clear coating system with UV barrier
Premium grade teak anchor platform

Premium grade “quarter sawn” teak “Leisure Deck” sole

Nine 15” stainless steel cleats through bolted with aluminum backing plates
Stainless steel chocks and hawse holes

Stainless steel toe rail chafing strips

Solid 1½” stainless steel half oval rub rail all around the deck edge

Stainless steel deck tank fills and vents

Stainless steel anchor chute

Fortress anchor, 300’ rope, 10’ stainless steel chain

Six 75’ dock lines

Four 10” fenders

U.S.C.G. safety package

Colregs running lights

Freshwater anchor wash down spigot

Two aluminum weather-tight engine room doors

Anchor platform with stainless steel anchor chute, roller and hatch to rope locker

Twin DDC-MTU 16V2000-M91 - 2000 BHP @ 2350

24 V.D.C. starting and electrics

Urethane paint

Power steering pump, filter and heat exchanger factory mounted

Hydraulic system pump mounted on each gear box

ZF marine reduction transmission

Vibration mounts

Twin MTU/ PHASOR 32Kw 120/240 V.A.C. marine diesel generators

Fresh water cooling system

Double vibration mounts

Automatic low oil-high temp safety shut-down

One side serviceability

Remote control and monitoring panel

Polished “INCONEL” stainless steel alloy water jacketed main engine exhaust collector system

Silicone marine exhaust duty rated hose with triple stainless steel clamps

Axial fiberglass mufflers with vibration barrier mounts

Fiberglass lift muffler for generator exhaust

Aqualoy 22HS 3 ½” propeller shafts

Thick walled filament wound fiberglass shaft log with shaft bearing
Pack-less shaft seal

Custom cast single-leg main strut with shaft bearing

Filament wound fiberglass shaft sleeve with water lubrication holes

Four blade Nibral propellers are “hand finished” and tuned to each vessel

Primary engine room blowers are 12” diameter Delta-T marine axial blowers thermostatically controlled.

Custom stainless steel high aspect ratio, rudders.

Hull mounted, rugged, cast bronze bearing/stuffing box assembly

Stringer mounted aluminum rudder support structure with upper bearing

Custom cast bronze tiller arm

Stainless steel tie rod

Power assisted hydraulic steering system with twin rams and dual pumps

Five zone bilge system with seven bilge pumps

Engine intake diverter valves for emergency bilge pumping

Eight aluminum fuel tanks– 3,800 gallons total capacity

Fuel tanks have 2” deck fills, dual vents, ball valves on pick-up tubes

One aluminum water tank – 350 gallon capacity

One aluminum holding tank– 80 gallon capacity

Fuel, water and holding tanks have I.M.O. stainless steel level senders

Two gray-water tanks with submersible pump

Reverse cycle, chilled water air conditioning – three staged compressors plumbed in an insulated closed circulation loop to independently controlled air handlers located throughout the vessel.

A multi-point sound insulation system

Primary fresh water pressure pump supplies a split delivery system

Filtered potable fresh water trunk line with accumulator tank for consumption

Fresh water trunk line with accumulator tank for toilet flush

Potable water distribution lines are color coded

Two stainless steel water heaters zoned for quick response

Cockpit shore water inlet on each side

“Headhunter” marine sanitation equipment throughout

Marine sanitation hose throughout

Each toilet has a diverter valve to the holding tank or overboard
Holding tank has a deck pump-out fitting and overboard macerator pump

Pump activated on-demand cockpit salt water wash-down service
Each main engine draws fuel through a four tank selector valve

Dual, switchable Separ fuel filter assembly for each main engine

Single Separ fuel filter for each generator

“From any tank to any tank” fuel transfer system with control panel

Alfa-Laval fuel-polishing unit is parallel connected in the fuel transfer system

Each engine and generator has an electric fuel-priming pump
All fuel supply and transfer hoses are “Aeroquip 234” with brass fittings

Completely engineered hydraulic system for bow thruster and anchor windlass is powered by a pump on each engine transmission with a common reservoir, filter and cooling heat exchanger. All hoses are “Aeroquip” rated to the pressure for each application.

A fully engineered Sea Fire FM-200 fire suppression system protects the engine room. The system is “rate of rise” activated, with manual pull cable back-up activation, and shutdown circuits for engines, generators, blowers and air inlets.

Areas vital to the operation of the vessel and/or contain heat producing equipment will have local automatic FM-200 fire suppression bottles.

Oil-less compressor with storage tank

Engine, gearbox, and generator oil sumps are plumbed to an accessible quick disconnect fitting.

Portable oil change pump with quick-disconnects and hoses is provided

1200 gallon/day water maker

12” hydraulic bow thruster with one control location

2500 lb pull hydraulic anchor winch

Two 240 V.A.C. 100 amp shore cords

One shore cord is on a powered retractable cable hauler

Two 25KVA isolation transformers

Four sources of power are selected to energize the two main A.C. power buses

Custom made six panel A.C. distribution system

Eight, 8D marine gel cell batteries connect into a four 24 volt D.C. bank system

Two banks for engine starting and support

Two banks for generator starting and ship service

Each bank has a disconnect switch

Emergency power cross-connecting switches

Two 40A battery chargers

Custom made five panel D.C. distribution system

Stand-alone 12 V.D.C. system on the bridge with independent battery and charger for emergency communication and electronics

Alarm system with display panels in the crew area and on the bridge, monitors high water, smoke and high carbon monoxide with a visual and auditory alarm.

All underwater metals are connected to a common bonding system that terminates at the sacrificial zinc anodes.

All wiring meets A.B.Y.C. recommendations and under the A.B.S. umbrella
All wire is tinned copper wire with 105C jacket rating

Each voltage is in a distinctive wire jacket color

All panel components are marine UL listed

Each vessel has a load study performed

Hull mounted ground plate

Lighting protection via heavy gauge cable to a tower mounted spike

All distribution panels are in aluminum boxes

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.

This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.