In an interview, Frank MacLear said the boat was designed to be sailed anywhere in the world. She
is a small boat at 34.5 feet overall, but a worthy passage maker. Beyond her seakindly and lovely
sailing characteristics, she is a beauty to behold. She was designed by very capable naval
architects and built by a company with impeccable credentials. Her hull and deck are solid and her
interior thoughtfully laid out.
As a centerboarder, she is capable of safely traversing shoal waters, gunk holing remote regions,
enjoying anchorages impossible for boats of deeper drafts, and searching far up stream for more
secure harbors and refuge from approaching storms. At sea she is stable and comfortable, but as a
centerboarder, the capable sailor will know to reduce sail earlier than on deeper keeled boats.
(Credit to the late Charlie Williams, former owner #65, Happy Trails)
ALLIED SEABREEZE OWNER'S ASSOCIATION
ASOA President Art Hall sailing Secret Water, Hull #36
The Allied Seabreeze was designed by
MacLear & Harris in 1962. A total of 135 of
these magnificant boats were built between
1963 and 1972. Of these, we know of only two
boats that no longer exist. One is known to
have been destroyed on a reef in the South
Pacific and the other was scraped after
surviving a fire and was considered to be too
much of a project to restore. The remainder of
these boats, many belonging to members of
the Association, are actively sailed or are
being refurbished or restored for future sailing.
Allied Seabreeze Owners Association
Welcome to the website for the Allied Seabreeze Owner's Association. The purpose of this website
is to provide current and former owners of the Seabreeze 35 a place to share information and
learn more about their boats and meet other owners. We hope you enjoy the website and check
back frequently as we have much more to add in the future. Please send us your ideas.
Here's another chance to own one......Since this item
proved so popular last month when we offered our last
seven burgees we now have a new supply for sale.
Send email to order one to:
ASOA Owner's Burgees - back in stock
September 10th, 2016
Plans are underway for a Chesapeake Rendezvous this Fall in the charming
historic colonial port town of Urbanna in Tidewater Virginia, off the
Rappahannock River. We're made arrangements with the Urbanna Town
Marina to reserve some dock slips for our event. For those that desire to
come by land, there are several Bed & Breakfasts and a campground you
can stay at. There are also several wonderful restaurants and cafes all within
walking distance of the marina and town.
If you could please let us know if you might be interested in participating in
the rendezvous on Saturday, September 10th, by sending us an email at
As we get closer to the date we will need a firm committment, but for now
this will show us the level of interest .
Click here for the Urbanna Town website
Replacement Plaques for Seabreeze Hull # I.D.
Although we believe each Seabreeze came
with a builder's plaque that has your hull
number engraved on it, many of these plaques
have been lost over the years. The plaque was
not permanently affixed and on some boats
are missing. If you are not sure of your hull
number, there is a reliable way to look for your
lost number. As the components came down
the assembly line, most had their hull number
penciled on the raw plywood, like the
varnished draw bottoms, door edges and
other varnished surfaces may reveal your hull
Art Hall, our ASOA President, has been in touch with a trophy shop in Maine that can
make up a new hull number plaque for probably under $20.00 including shipping.
Please contact this shop directly and NOT Art Hall. You can send them a picture of
Art's plaque and have them change the hull number to your boat's number. Here's
the shop information to contact them:
Accolades Awards and Trophies
Many thanks to Art for looking into this for us and the writing the article "How to
Identify Seabreeze Hull Numbers" which is on our website in the "Library" section
Art Hall's Plaque - Hull # 36 Secret Water