Three staterooms with ensuite heads and showers, plus crew quarters for two accessed from the foredeck with head and shower, plus an additional crew berth with dayhead in the wheelhouse. Master stateroom is forward with walk around queen bed, hanging lockers, storage, ensuite head with stall shower. Next aft is the port and starboard matching staterooms with over/under berths, hanging locker and storage and ensuite head and shower in each.
The Galley is up with opening windows and is on the same level as the salon and aft deck. The salon features port and starboard sofa seating, entertainment center, and inside access ladder to the wheelhouse. The salon opens to the aft deck which has teak decks, seating and transom door.
The wheel house is on the upper level and features an inside helm station, chart table, navigation electronics, seating and captains berth, plus a day head. Aft of the wheelhouse is the upper aft deck with seating, control station and access to the Portuguese bridge which provides safe walk around access of the wheelhouse together with additional docking stations and forward access down to the foredeck. The foredeck features tender and davit as well as access to the forward crew quarters.
Hull is 7/8" mahogany and 5/8" yellow cedar, glued and bronze-fastened. Topside house is 1-1/2" solid mahogany
- Albin 110 volt windlass
- Nick Jackson davit
- Wabco air controls (3 stations)
- Upper deck wet bar with new refrigerator
- Cockpit freezer
- 140# Forfjord anchor with 350' of 3/8" BBB chain
- Avon 12-person life raft
- Deck lighting
- Stereo speakers
- Full canvas covers
- Cockpit sink
- Aft deck storage
- Aft deck top loading freezer
Designed and built by the well respected Ditmar-Donaldson Shipbuilding firm in Costa Mesa, California, “Sundance” has a terrific reputation of knowledgeable owners who have enjoyed the safe and economical cruising aspects of this very sea worthy, well designed and cared for vessel. “Sundance” has been cruised in the Pacific Northwest, and Southern California and Mexico.
From November of 2015 to July of 2017, “Sundance” enjoyed an incredible excursion which included such destinations as Mexico, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Honduras, Belize, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos, British Virgin Islands, Saint Maarten, Antiqua and Barbuda, St. Bart’s, Guadalupe, Commonwealth of Dominica, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Grenadines, Aruba, and the east coast USA from Florida to the Northeast.
She is a very proven hull, now back in Southern California, and recently participated in the Newport Beach Wooden Boat Festival, June of 2018, and is now awaiting her next adventure.