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2006 Manta Mark II

  • 42 ft
  • Catamaran
  • Saint Augustine, FL, US

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  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II
  • 2006 Manta Mark II


S/V SeaMiles is a Well Equipped Catamaran suited for Blue Water Cruising, Island Hopping the Bahamas and the Caribbean or Extremely Comfortable Liveaboard
Lots of Amenities with Pride of Ownership
Amazing amount of Sunbrella Canvas Protection

Full Cockpit Enclosure
w/Screen, Isinglass and Sunbrella
Well Maintained VOLVO D1-30's
w/ Low Hours
VOLVO 130S-B Sail Drives
Flexofold 3 Blade Folding Propellers
w/Line Cutters

Updated Raymarine Electronics
Hybrid Touch Chartplotter, AIS, Linear Auto Pilot
Digital Radar
Sirius XM Satellite Weather
(needs subscription)

Custom Espar Hydronic Heating System
Two Reverse Cycle AC Units
NextGen 5.5 kw Genset w/Low Hours
Six (6) AGM House Batteries
Solar Panels, MPPT Regulator

Camber Spar Self Tacking Headsail
Full Battened Main w/Reef Points
Cruising Spinnaker 
Harken 44 2-Speed Power Winch at Helm

All Lines Lead to Helm Makes It Easy to Single Hand
Hard Top w/Solar Panels, MPPT Regulator
Large Inventory of Spare Parts
Fuel Polishing System
30 GPH Water Maker

AB 10.5' Hypalon Dinghy w/Cover
Honda BF-20 Outboard

SeaMile has been Very Well Maintained and Upgraded



Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(8770906)


Basic Information

Mark II
Saint Augustine, FL, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
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Dimensions & Weight

42 ft - 12.8 meter
42 ft - 12.8 meter
21 ft - 6.4 meter
Draft - max:
3 ft 8 in - 1.12 meter
Bridge Clearance:
60 ft - 18.29 meter
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30 (Individual), 60 (combined)
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Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
120 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
100 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
40 gallons - 1 tank(s)


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Ownership Past and Present w/ Broker Comment

SeaMiles has had two owners since new and was delivered to her original owners in Nov. 2005 as a well-equipped sailing vessel for live aboard and long-distance ocean sailing. She logged approximately 20,000 miles through 2018.

The current owner purchased her in December 2021 from the original owner, sailed her from North Carolina to Georgia and now due to health reasons has put her back on the market. This is the nicest Manta 42 I've seen and I've sold quite a few of these Manta cats.  This is a catamaran that a well discriminatory buyer would find of high interest.


SeaMiles is one of the fine examples in the fleet of Mantas cruising the oceans of the world today.  She sleeps 4 comfortably in 2 state rooms on queen sized beds. The owner's suite is in the port hull. Both staterooms have freshwater toilets and separate showers. The main salon on the bridge deck contains a well- equipped kitchen area, top loading refrigerator/freezer, nav-station, electrical panels, dining area and entertainment center. The starboard hull also contains the laundry room and storage areas. The helm is a true single-handed setup that can be open or fully enclosed. SeaMiles has all current navigational electronics, satellite weather and a custom 5-zone diesel fired hydronic heating system to support a safe and comfortable cruising environment.


SeaMiles sleeps 4 comfortably in two state rooms. The Owner's suite is in the Port hull along with a companion way containing bookshelves, storage cabinet, the ship's pantry and the owner's bathroom. The starboard hull contains the guest stateroom with a walk-thru bathroom with full shower, connecting to the forward cabin that contains the laundry area, storage cabinets, including shelving and an area that could be used as a single bunk or for sail and canvas storage located over the boat's fully accessible water systems.

The port hull features the Owner's suite; queen size bed, cedar lined hanging closet, (4) drawers, open and closed shelving, a shoe locker and a settee with storage under the seat. The companion way connecting to the master bath contains bookshelves and closed cabinet on the outside and large pantry cabinet on the interior side. The bath includes an electric flush, freshwater toilet, built in sink composite counter, generous medicine cabinet and a large separate shower.

The starboard hull features an aft VIP stateroom with a queen-sized bed, cedar lined hanging closet, 3 drawers, a shoe locker, and settee with storage under the seat. The connecting companionway has bookshelves. The bathroom has an electric flush, freshwater toilet, built-in composite sink and countertop with storage cabinet. The separate full shower also provides thru passage to the forward cabin/V birth/laundry and storage area. The forward cabin contains a Splendide combined washer/dryer, cabinets, storage shelves with a raised area that can be used as a single bunk or for sail/equipment storage. Under the bunk/cabinet work are the domestic water systems including the hot water heater, water filtration systems, water maker and main raw water strainers and all water pumps and distribution systems.


The salon area has access to the helm, and the port and starboard hulls. The bridge deck contains the kitchen/galley, navigation station, electrical panels, refrigerator/freezer, dining/settee area, entertainment area, wet locker and storage cabinets. The kitchen area has a built-in composite sink countertop, 3-burner propane range/oven/broiler, drawers and cabinets with a microwave oven. The cabinetry includes 2 drawers, with cabinets above and below the counter tops. The navigation station has a chart-sized hinged countertop with chart storage beneath, SSB and VHF radios and a multi-screen navigational data display, USB power outlets and serial port connectors. The cabinet under the nav station contains the main AC/DC electrical panels with circuit breakers and all electrical distribution systems. The chest type refrigerator and freezer are easily accessible, and the doors are part of the composite countertop system. The L shaped built in bench seating is comfortable and with 2 seating/storage cubes provide seating around the adjustable tabletop. The salon entertainment center includes a flat screen TV, stereo system with CD/DVD/Blu- ray player, Clarion AM/FM radio with Sirius-XM Satellite Radio (Subscription Service), and speakers in the salon and cockpit.

Heating and Air Conditioning Systems

Heating and Air Conditioning systems include 2 Cruisair (16k BTU salon and forward cabins with 10k BTU rear cabins) reverse cycle, 115 VAC units providing heating or cooling comfort throughout from shore power or the generator. The boat has a custom Espar, 12 VDC, 42,000 BTU diesel fired hydronic heating system with five separate 12 VDC fan-coil units with individual zone controls. The Espar system can provide heating at the dock, at anchor or while underway. The Espar boiler is located in the starboard engine room. 12-VDC circulation fans provided throughout.

  • U-shaped galley with ample counter space; integral trash lid, drawers and storage cabinets above and below.

  • Force 5 3-burner propane stove with oven/broiler.

  • Large Swanstone sink with a single handle water mixing faucet.

  • Storage cabinet below oven

  • Top loading, 10 cubic ft. Sea Frost refrigeration/freezer with digital thermostats with 6" foam insulation and insulated divider

  • Foot pump and spout for fresh tank water.

  • Switch for propane solenoid safety valve

  • Stove exhaust hood and fan

Cockpit and Helm

The cockpit is fully covered with an aluminum tube frame/arch with walkable fiberglass surface on top. At the owner's option, the cockpit/helm can be fully open on all sides or enclosed with removable zipper operated panels with clear vision panels, insect screens or opaque storage covers. The captain's seat is set high for 360-degree views around the boat with direct access to all navigation equipment, engine controls, running rigging controls and the electric winch for excellent single-handed operations. Also, in the helm are guest/crew seating with cushions, removable dining table and manual winch for spinnaker or secondary head sail control. There are 3 lazarette storage lockers, propane gas grille and line controls for the dinghy support system. Access to the main salon is thru a large waterproof hatch/door.  Desirable Sling Seat that can be stowed when not in use.

Sails and Rigging
  • Full batten 10.3 oz High Modulus Dacron mainsail with (3) reefs and lazy jack boom bag full sail cover.

  • Strong Sail Track and slide car system.

  • Garhauer 20:1 Adjustable boom vang.

  • Dutchman boom brake.

  • Self-tacking, full batten 8.3 oz. High Modulus Dacron jib sail with Camber Spar, sail cover, topping lift and lazy jacks.

  • 1.5 oz nylon asymmetrical spinnaker, with sail bag.

  • Main Halyard, and Jib halyard, with main sheet, jib sheet, and 3 single line main sail reefs lead to helm through deck organizer to Spinlock sheet stoppers.

  • HARKEN two speed self-tailing electric winch at helm

  • HARKEN manual winch for barber hauler or spinnaker sheet control

  • Extra main halyard and dedicated spinnaker halyard with roller reefing and position control lines.

  • Jib downhaul system

  • Winch handle

  • Awlgrip epoxy painted aluminum mast and boom

  • Stainless steel rigging with chafe protection

  • All running rigging color coded

  • Extra line bags at helm

  • Flag halyards and cleats

  • All running hardware by Harken and Spinlock

Water Maker

EchoTech 32 gal per hour, 115 VAC RO water maker that can be run thru the inverter with one of the drive engines running, from the generator or with shore power. The water maker is in the forward starboard cabin

Electrical Equipment
  • The Electrical Panel is located on the front of the nav station cabinet door and controls all 12VDC and 110VAC distribution and equipment power thru labeled circuit breakers. The panel is monitored w/digital meters, has a plastic safety cover and is hinged to provide excellent access to wiring, equipment and bus bars.

  • 6-75W Siemens Solar Panels on arch top w/Blue Sky 50a MPPT controller

  • 6-6 Volt 100 Amp AGM House Batteries under salon settee with isolation switches.

  • (2)-12 Volt, 100 Amp, AGM Start Batteries in engine compartments with isolation switches

  • West Marine battery management system in starboard engine compartment with system switching controls

  • NextGen 5.5 kw Genset in sound shield (780 hrs) forward port hull
  • (3)-12v outlets (lighter type), (8)-12 Volt USB power outlets, located at nav station, near the salon table and

    in Owner's cabin.

  • LED Navigation running lights, including mast top tri-color for ocean sailing.

  • LED Anchor light

  • LED Combination steaming/foredeck lights with s/s guard

  • Two sealed shower sumps with auto pump/out

  • Remote 12 VDC solenoid shutoff for propane

  • 12v Taylorbrite CCF interior and helm lighting throughout with dimmer for salon lighting

  • 12v LED courtesy red lighting in passageways, salon and baths.

  • Jabsco Sensor max 12VDC freshwater pressure pump

  • Isotemp 10 gal. 11O-volt water heater with engine heat exchanger system

  • (2)-Jabsco 1950 gph 12v bilge pumps with auto switch, with (2) Whale Gusher manual bilge pumps

  • External switches for remote CCF lighting under bunks in engine compartments

Electronics & Navigation
  • Raymarine e97 HyBridTouch Chart Plotter

  • Raymarine RD424HD Digital Radar

  • Raymarine i70 (3) Multifunction Displays, 2 at helm and 1 at nav station

  • Raymarine EV200 Linear Pilot & p70 Controller/Drive

  • Raymarine AIS 650 Transceiver

  • ICOM IC-M506 VHF radio with AIS, with Helm Command Mic.

  • Raymarine ST60 Wind System

  • ICOM SSB IC-M802 Radio

  • Raymarine Sirius-XM Satellite Weather System (Subscription Services)

  • SkyMate satellite tracking, weather facts and email (Subscription Service)

Deck & Equipment
  • Molded anti-skid on all deck surfaces

  • Vinyl coated polyester mesh trampoline, with storage covers

  • Deck lifelines

  • Anchor chain locker

  • Maxwell anchor windless with foot switches

  • 200 feet of 5/16" stainless steel anchor chain, aluminum spade anchor with SS swivel

  • Stainless steel corner bow rails with integral seats

  • 30" stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and boarding gates

  • All deck stanchions, handrails, cleats, ports, and hatches are 316 stainless steel

  • (9)-12" Stainless Cleats, (3) along each hull, (1) center forward deck, and (2) stern.

  • Molded fiberglass salon window louvers

  • Molded custom console pods with raised helm electronics

  • Bulkhead mounted stainless steel steering wheel with wheel brake

  • Adjustable helmsman chair with footrest

  • 6" Ritchie Navigator binnacle compass

  • (2) stainless steel stern boarding rails

  • (2) stainless steel telescoping stern ladders

  • (2) stainless steel cabin top rails

  • (2) stainless steel cockpit handrails

  • (6) Bomar stainless steel opening deck hatches with Oceanair retractable screens and shades

  • (9) Bomar" stainless steel opening ports with screens, fiber glass eyebrows and interior shades.

  • 3/8" thick acrylic tinted salon windows, with protective fiberglass louvers, and attachable shade covers

  • Full width sling seat above (3)-lazarette storage compartments in cockpit

  • Four foredeck lockers with locking latches, (2)-chain/line lockers, generator and foredeck storage lockers

  • Bomar waterproof companionway door/hatch with (3) handles and key lock

  • Welded anodized aluminum radar/helm arch with integral fiberglass hard top with hatch above helm, and

    dinghy support system

  • Magma gas grill

  • (3)-Taylorbrite CCF cockpit lights

Hull & Deck Construction
  • Exterior finish white Ferro Super Shield gelcoat

  • Hull, deck, and bulkheads constructed of triaxial, biaxial, and unidirectional fiberglass with vinylester,

    isophthalic resins, and Divinycell composite foam cores (hull and deck) and Nida-core (sub-soles and

    bulkheads) that were all vacuum bagged.

  • Laminated hull/deck joint

  • Collision bulkheads with watertight compartments and inspection plates in bow, and stern.

  • Kevlar reinforced bow and keels

  • Deck hardware reinforced with aluminum plates molded into lay-up

  • Fiberglass fin keels molded integral with hulls

  • Twin high-density foam/fiberglass rudders with 2" dia. solid stainless-steel shaft

  • All through-hulls are noncorrosive Forespar Marelon, except (1) SSB sea grounding fitting.

Ground Tackle
  • Spade 140 aluminum anchor with 200ft stainless steel chain.

  • Spare Fortress Anchor with 10ft chain on 200ft nylon rode

  • Maxwell 1500 Windlass with foot switch (up and down) on deck

  • Braded anchor bridals

Safety Equipment
  • Para-Tech Sea-Anchor

  • Para-Tech Drogue

  • 150' Rode, 50' Bridles, all floats & fittings for sea anchor & drogue deployment system

  • (2)-Jack Lines

Dinghy and Outboard
  • 10.5' AB Ventus Dinghy

  • 20 HP Honda 4 stroke outboard motor

  • Full storage cover

Annual Updates and Upgrades


Equipment Added 2008  ($9,661.00)

  • Icom SSB IC-M802 Radio ($1,958)

  • Raymarine SR100 Sirius Satellite Weather ($670)

  • Raymarine Life Tag System ($708)

  • Raymarine ST60 Graphic Display (upgraded) ($345)

  • Raymarine AIS 250. Receiver ($715)

  • Raymarine Remote Keyboard ($384)

  • Sea Frost refrigeration system upgrade ($4881)

Equipment Added & Up-Graded 2010  ($7,407)

  • Raymarine AIS 350, Class B Transceiver (upgrade) ($899)

  • Katadyn Survivor 6 Water Maker (Ditch Bag) ($895)

  • Flir First Mate HM-324XP+ Thermal Camera ($5,130)
  • Lowrance LHR-80 VHF-DSC-GPS (Ditch Bag) ($199)
  • Garmin, Oregon 400c GPS Handheld Nav ($283)

 Equipment Added 2011  ($6,314)

  • Doyle Sail Cradle Cover with lazy jacks ($1,311)

  • (6) Ocean Air Skyscreens w/Blackout Liners ($1,320)

  • Main Sail added 3rd reefing system, turning blocks and line stops $(3,683)

Equipment Added 2012  ($15,569)

  • Espar 12 VDC, Diesel fired, 42,000 BTU Hydronic boiler with (5) Fan Coil Heating Zones  ($9,823)

  • EchoTech Water Maker 16 GPH (Replacing SeaRecovery 8 GPH) ($5,400)

  • New Racor main raw water strainer and distribution manifold ($346)

  • Replace Wet Exhaust Hoses on NextGen

  • Exterior Salon Shade Covers, (2) sets for storage and sun screening

 Equipment Upgrades and Replacements 2013  ($24,608)

  • All Standing and Running Rigging 

  • Mast and Boom Refinished ($24,000 total for all)

  • Sunbrella hatch covers ($525)

  • Running rigging line bags for off season storage ($83)

 Equipment Added & Upgraded 2014  ($30,768.00)

  • New Full Helm Enclosure (Screen and vinyl panels on sides and back, with storage covers)  ($12,040)

  • EchoTech Water Maker Upgraded to 30 gallons/hour ($1,294)

  • New AC raw water pump ($253)

  • 2 custom fiberglass instrument pods to raise helm nav instruments ($657)

  • Electronic helm and navigation upgrades  ($16,524)

    • Raymarine e97 HyBridTouch Chart Plotter (upgrade)

    • Raymarine RD424HD Digital Radar (upgrade)

    • Raymarine i70 (3) Multifunction Displays (upgrades)

    • Raymarine EV200 Linear Pilot & p70 Controller/Drive (upgrade)

    • Raymarine AIS 650 Transceiver (upgrade)

    • ICOM IC-M506 VHF radio with AIS (upgrade)

 Equipment Added & Upgrades 2015  ($8,844.00)

  • Raymarine Wind Instrument (update) ($379)

  • Sunbrella Cockpit/Helm Sunshades ($2,345)

  • Flex-o-fold 3 blade folding propellers (Upgrades) ($4,975)

  • Sail Drive propeller shaft replacements ($1,145)

Equipment Added & Upgrades 2016  ($2,924.00)

  • Fiberglass portal custom eyebrow/covers (9) ($963)

  • Para-Tech Sea-Anchor ($895)

  • Para-Tech Drogue ($299)

  • Rode, Bridle, Float & fittings for sea anchor & drogue ($767)

  • Fiberglass portal custom eyebrow/covers (9)

  • Para-Tech Sea-Anchor

  • Para-Tech Drogue

  • Rode, Bridle, Float & fittings for sea anchor & drogue

 Equipment Upgrades & Maintenance 2018  ($23,381.00)

  • (2) Saildrive to hull water seal replacements 

    w/ New propeller shaft oil/water seals  ($6965)

  • (2) New fiberglass foil covers at Saildrives ($152)
  • (2) All new wet exhaust system for Volvo D-130 drive engines ($1,248)

  • (2) Replace Volvo D-130 drive engine's heat exchangers ($6,077)

  • Cruisair 16K and 10K reverse cycle AC/Heating unit replacements (upgrades) ($5,899)

  • Replace port macerator pump ($209)

  • Replace starboard engine control unit ($779)
  • New Racor main boat raw water strainer and thru-hull valve ($152)
  • New raw water strainers for Volvo D-130's  ($79)
  • Fully refurbish Espar Hydronic heating system boiler ($1229)
  • Honda 20 hp outboard full recommended Honda service ($592) 

Equipment Added & Upgraded 2019 ($648)

  • Generator in-lin cooling fans (replacements)  ($126)
  • Generator fuel booster pump/filter (replacement) $168)
  • New jib sail cover  ($354)
  • Equipment Upgrade/Replacement 2021   ($6,388.00)
  • New AGM Batteries, House 6-6V-220ah, Starting 2-12V  ($3,234)
  • Vacuum-Wash & Maintenance on Cruising Sail  ($1,129)
  • New Doyle Main Sail Cradle & Lazy Jacks ($2,025)

* Added equipment and later Upgraded ** Personal Equipment present when sailing
The above costs do not include normal yearly maintenance including haul-outs, bottom painting, rigging inspections, normal maintenance of engines and owner's improvements, and are the cost at the time of the work completed.

Regular Yearly Maintenance
  • Both engines and generator serviced annually with oil and oil filter changes

  • Fuel polishing and fuel filter changes

  • Install new raw water impellers in 3 engines

  • Have standing rigging inspected

  • Inspect sails and all running rigging

  • Inspect and test all bilge pumps

  • Haul out and renew bottom paint

  • Replace saildrive oil, and replace shaft oil/water seals every 3 years

  • Inspect and lubricate cable steering system

  • Inspect wet exhaust systems

  • Check batteries and charging systems

  • Check all thru-hulls, hoses and clamps

  • Service hydronic heating system

  • Clean and inspect refrigeration system

  • Inspect electrical panel


The owner realized on the transit from Brunswick, Georgia to Saint Augustine, Florida, that the built-in Splendid washer dryer is not functioning. He is willing to offer a $1000 discount for the repair.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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