Welcome to 401-Sea

2003 C-Dory 22’ Cruiser with 2002 BF-90 Honda Four-Stroke Engine $27,500

On blocks to be waxed before spring launch


Leaving on a two-week journey from NJ to Block Island


At our marina in Brick

Sunbrella rain cover (custom canvas slantback cockpit cover). 
Although normally used to keep the cockpit dry when the boat is not in use, we also used it at dock when staying on the boat.
We designed it so the door can be opened even while the top is on.


Looking toward the stern, with the cover on.
This picture also shows the roll-down screen covering for the door, which helps keep the bugs out.

Easy to beach...


Among the big boats


Cabin and controls


Porta potty would store in V-Berth (not shown because we don't normally keep it onboarrd).
Icebox under the captain's seat


Fine dining :-). The table lowers to form a "bench" to sleep on. 

Table lowered, forming the bench (extra berth).  We often leave the table in this position and
lean against a pillow, so the "first mate" can relax (facing forward) with feet up while traveling.

Icebox and sink

Lots of storage under the sink area.

We keep our charts in a compartment under the wood board.

Shades roll down for privacy

Drydek in cockpit

Batteries and gas tanks are behind the green canvas

The winter storage guys put the boat on their trailer (we don't have one) to take it to the warehouse-type facility where it's kept from October through May.


Preparing to leave on a journey north


Docked at night


Plays well with the big boats

Our green/white “401-Sea” has been lovingly and meticulously maintained and is well equipped with the following features:
Standard Honda instrumentation
Always professionally maintained and winterized
Bottom painted annually
Carburetors rebuilt in 2007
Water pump impeller replaced in 2008 (as preventive maintenance)
Simrad C33 Color Screen GPS/Sounder with C-Map chip
ICOM VHF Radio with DSC
Dual (brand) MXD 41 AM/FM Radio CD Player with pair of marine speakers
Delta anchor with powered windlass, 150’ GH Chain & Pivoting
Bow rail
Dual batteries with isolation switch
6-position switch panel
Bilge pump (automatic)
Racor fuel filter
Spare prop, spare oil filter, spare Racor fuel filter
Dual 22-gallon fuel tanks
20-gallon fresh water storage tank
Stainless steel sink with foot pump
Built-in ice box
Swim platform and ladder
Center opening windshield
Removable dri-dek mat in cockpit
Oriental-style runner carpet in cabin
Privacy window shades
Dual fly swatters (you can never have too many)
Solarz dual solar battery conditioner
Custom canvas slantback cockpit cover
Ritchie compass
2 fishing-rod holders
Porta potty (never used)
Coast Guard safety equipment
Complete set of service manuals
Cabin table drops to convert to another berth
Home-made (but effective) screens for door and v-berth hatch

Those familiar with C-Dorys know that they are designed as shallow-draft,
beachable, but seaworthy boats. She provided comfortable cruising (living on-board)
from central NJ to Lake Champlain/Canada, Erie Canal/Syracuse, Baltimore Inner
Harbor, Connecticut River and Block Island RI as well as numerous local restaurants.

We love this boat so much that we have recently moved up to a 25’ C-Dory.

Please contact John Hyfantis at 732 816-6916 for details on the boat or to arrange to see it.