Saloon/Tri-fold door/Cockpit/Foredeck

The large central saloon surrounded by six large panoramic windows separates the hulls giving the saloon a bright and airy feel with great visibility. Two large, forward facing hatches provide excellent air flow throughout the saloon and an open-air view of everything forward. The saloon is fitted out with a large, u-shaped eight person lounge around an adjustable table that functions as a dinning or buffet table or can be lowered to form a fourth double bed for extra guests or for use as a day-bed when under sail.

Strikhedonia comes with attachable shade screens for all saloon windows which soften the summer glare and provide greater privacy while anchored. The saloon is separated from the cockpit by Seawind’s innovative tri-folding lifting doors. The tri-folding doors can be closed during inclement weather or when in a marina keeping the saloon snug and dry. But when you’re out sailing and wanting open space, the doors simply fold together and are winched up into the targa roof, all at the press of a button. This gives the SW1160 a combined indoor/outdoor living and entertaining area with the space you would expect on a 45 footer!

The large covered cockpit at the rear is fitted out with twin helm stations, rear upholstered bench seating and very practical stainless BBQ. Twin transom steps lead down to the water with a fresh hot and cold water deck shower located at the port transom. The cockpit floor is covered with simulated teak decking (zero maintenance) and is self-draining. Davits extend out from the targa supporting 945 watts of solar panels, the GPS antenna, 10 foot West Marine dingy.

Fore deck Three non-skid steps lead up to wide walkways on each side of the saloon leading to the fore deck. The foredeck is open and uncluttered, with twin trampolines, access to the anchor locker and windlass, three large storage bins and pressurized fresh water deck/anchor wash outlets.

Strikhedonia comes with a 65lb Mantus main anchor on 170 feet of 10mm galvanized chain (plus 100 feet of three strand rode) and Fortress secondary anchor on 10m of chain and 150 feet of nylon rope. As a backup main anchor there is a 55 pound Mantus. Strikhedonia is fitted with a Muir Cougar HRV1200 Electric Winch with up and down controls operated from the helm. An additional electric up foot control can be operated from the front deck and down with manual clutch. A nylon bridle is fitted to the bows to reduce swing at anchor and to act as an anchor snub. Steps lead up onto the saloon and cockpit roof for easy access to the entire length of the boom, GPS antenna and solar panels. Life rails completely surround the vessel for security.