38 is for sale! She's currently outfitted for cruising and is equipped with most everything you could need for a comfortable life aboard.
Located in the beautiful Sea of Cortez Mexico
in Guaymas. (Just south of San Carlos)
is available on the west coast
of the US or anywhere on the Pacific side of Mexico
Asking $55,000 (which is a steal of a deal!)
Inquire for financing
Auxiliary 4 cyl 32 hp Diesel
Total Sail Area 709 sq. ft.
100% Fore Triangle 406 sq. ft.
Main 303 sq. ft.
Projected IOR Rating
Included in the sale-
2013 West Marine RIB Dinghy
10.2 (4 years left on warranty)
2000 Yahama 15h 2 stroke
Full saltwater fishing
, gas and water
, guides, how-to, etc.
Two automatic lifejackets, harnesses, jacklines
Four orange lifejackets
BBQ with rail mount and hookup for main propane
Fenders and docklines galore.
and spares to fix about anything on the boat
(detailed list upon request)
And much more
Previous known work-
2005- New upholstery
2006- New aluminum
diesel tank was built by San Francisco Boat
works and installed.
and boom were pulled and painted, new standing rigging/chain plates installed.
was pulled and new keel bolts
2008- Engine rebuild
All new DC wiring
though out the boat with new AC panel and DC panel at the navigation
table as well as a new DC panel in the cockpit
for easier access. All interior
lights were fit with Dr. LED white lights with Dr. LED red lights installed on most interior
fixtures. Two LED flood lights were installed, one above the kitchen sink and another above the starboard settee. 4 lights feature a very low draw LED to aid in finding the light switch in dark conditions. All exterior lights with the exception of the steaming light are LED as well. 4 12 volt outlets were installed through out the boat to add to its diversity, one at the navigation
table, one in the head
, one at the starboard settee and one in the cockpit
combing. Six Caframo 2-speed fans spread throughout the boat help with keeping things cool when the temperature rises.
The main house bank was rebuilt and is comprised of 4-6 volt deep cycle batteries
. The starting battery
is a group 31 and the windlass
is powered by two group 24 batteries
. Two 50 watt and two 60 watt solar panels
were added to supplement charging
while at anchor
and is regulated by two 25 amp MMPT charge controllers. A Mastervolt Powercharger 12/20-3 was added for charging
via AC power. Starting battery
charging is controlled by a 120 A Si* Blue Sea ACR. The forward bank charging (24 volts) is controlled by a B.E.P. Marine
24v Bank controller.
The Blue Sea VSM (Vessel Systems Monitor) was added to monitor
boat functions along with real time information on house bank voltage, starting battery voltage, DC amps (+/-), charge %, Ah remaining, diesel levels, main water tank levels as well as a myriad of other options with up to 22 measurements and 15 programmable alarms.
A Blue Sea AC rotary switch was put in to select between shore power
or one of two inverters installed keeping options open on power usage. The larger of the two, a Xantrex XPower 1000 is installed under the navigation table behind the drawers and is operated remotely. The smaller, a 375 watt inverter
is installed in the same compartment as the battery charger
under the seat of the navigation table.
A Standard Horizon Matrix AIS
GX2100 was put in at the navigation table which provides AIS
information on vessels up to 15 miles away, has programmable fog
functions, PA and IC abilities. The GX2100 is linked to the Raymarine
A65 chart plotter as well as the RAM3 in the cockpit. A new matched antenna
was installed atop the mast
as well as a 4' Galaxy 5400-XT VHF antenna
on the back rail. A switch to select between the antennas was installed and is done manually at the navigation station and is handy for keeping broadcasting distance low or as an emergency
VHF antenna in the event of a demasting.
A Sony CDX-M20 stereo was put in at the navigation table and hooked up to two Bose speakers to enjoy music
on the 23" Samsung TV mounted on the bulkhead. In the cockpit, there is a Jensen Marine stereo which drives two weather
proof speakers for entertaining underway or at anchor
finder was put in to keep your keel off the bottom and is located to port of the companion way. It also swivels 180 degrees so you can keep an eye on your depth
is provided by "Sinclair", a Raymarine Smart Pilot X-5 wheel autopilot
For finding fish
, wrecks or anything else underwater, a Lowrance Elite 4x Fishfinder
with RAM mount was outfitted on the boat providing all the necessary information to find fish
from the boat or the dinghy
An EuGenius Wifi
antenna was also installed on the back rail to help pull in wifi
signals while at anchor while an Ubiquiti Bullet stands as back up or can be used to broadcast your own network.
The previous anchor pan prevented the installation
and use of a windlass
and so was customized providing enough room for the Lofrans
windlass, 125' 3/8" HT chain and 300' of line. The windlass is controlled by two foot switches on the deck
Any intrusion into the balsa cored deck
was treated with epoxy
between the layers and redrilled to prevent any water intrusion. The deck was repainted with a two-part polyurethane paint
in "Oyster White" and flattened with a flattening agent.
The 6" aluminum cleats
were replaced with 8" stainless steel cleats
and backed with a square of 1/4" starboard and 4 large fender
washers. Chocks and rub rub rails were also added to the bow while only chocks were added to the stern. All stanchions, the bow and stern rail were pulled, backed with starboard and fender
washers and rebedded along with the car tracks and opening hatches. A rub rail was also added onto the toe rail at the opening on the gate on either side.
All new running rigging
was put up (combination of Sta Set and Sta Set X) as well as a synthetic topping lift
made from Amsteel. New blocks were added to the base of the mast to run lines aft. Lifelines
were replaced with Amsteel and have been removed when not in use. All lines were run aft to aid in single
handing and are managed by Harken
deck organizers and Spinlock line clutches. All winches are original and include two self tailing Barient
32, a self tailing Barient
23 and two non-self tailing Barient 21 which were pulled off, de-greased and had new pawls, springs and were re-lubed. Traveler controls were updated with Harken
All 4 non-opening windows were removed and rebedded.
A Garhauer engine lift
was added to the back deck as well as fishing
pole holders under the bimini
For pleasure at anchor, a 3'x2' 6-louvered flopper stopper with custom padded canvas
case was added and is deployed from the boom.
All hoses were replaced. New deck fills with the exception of the diesel were put in. 15mm Pex tubing was ran from each water tank to an area under the sink where tank selection takes place. A Jabsco
VFLO 5.0 Diamond series pump
was installed for the pressurized side of things. The salt water
and fresh water foot pumps were rebuilt with the fresh water side now flowing through a 5 micron carbon filter for tasting pleasure. There is also a 110v inline UV filter that can be put in on the foot pump
side for questionable water. All fresh water fittings are 15mm Sea Tech quick connect fittings. All tanks
were fit with an 8" opening port for ease of access to clean.
manual marine toilet was installed as well as a 5 gallon waste tank. A Shurflow 3200 macerator pump and a series of three way valves control waste product. Trident Marine sanitation hose was used to limit permeation smell.
Both sinks received a new fixture, the shower
a new hose and head
as well as a rebuild
job on the fixture.
A Whale Twist Deck shower
was installed in the cockpit for ease of rinsing snorkeling or dive gear
as well as showering.
Two Rule bilge
pumps were installed to maintain nuisance water and the manual pump located in the cockpit was rebuilt and rehosed.
The engine received new hoses as well as a new Groco ARG water strainer. A new raw water pump
was installed on the engine with a 50 micron water filter put inline afterwards to catch impeller bits should it break apart, thus keeping them from lodging in the HE. The 2" heat exchanger
was upgraded to a 3" heat exchanger
. The exhaust
received a new stainless steel
and the inline check valve was removed.
The veneer in the main saloon
around the ports
has been replaced. The floor was stripped and refinished raw with oil
. The galley
found many improvements including shelving (which gave a 200% increase in storage), knife rack and cup rack. A Norcold conversion kit was installed in the forward ice box providing cold beer
for few amps. The rear fridge/ice box compressor
was found to be nonoperational thus disconnected and removed.
Screens were built for all opening ports
as well as the two main hatches. The wet locker was converted into more storage
with the addition of shelves as well as half of the hanging locker. The head also found its self with a new shelf for added storage
. 2" of foam was added in the aft cabin
for sleeping comfort.
Custom linens were also made for the v berth.
The engine was found in great condition and only required a few items. However, the entire engine was rewired and plumbed. New starter and new raw water pump
were installed. A K&N air filter was installed as well.
was replaced with a Variprofile feathering three bladed prop.
The original Harken furler
series B found its self an additional genoa
for downwind sailing in it's dual track as well as a spare. The mainsail
had the headboard replaced, another reef added and the slugs sewn on. A Doyle Cruising spinnaker
was added to the assortment for light wind
sailing and is easy to douse and deploy with it's sock to complete the array of 4 sails
33 was put on the bow with 125' of 3/8 HT chain and 300' of 5/8" line to hold the boat in place. The stern anchor was added and consists of a Guardian G 37 with 60' of 5/16 HT chain and 200 feet of 1/2" line that deploys off a stern anchor roller. There is a 20' length of 3/8 chain to connect the stern anchor to the Rocna
for supreme holding power. A y-bridal with chain hook was custom built and added to the arsenal.
Hauled out, blisters
removed (very few) and was painted with three coats of ablative paint
in 2012. Was hauled out again in 2013 and another coat of ablative paint was applied.
She's been a wonderful addition to the family
but the woman who traveled with the boat and I is sticking around so we're looking for a more permanent home for the time being. I hate to let her go but I hate to see her sit in the yard. Sorry for the lack of interior pictures, I'm still working on tracking them down.
Would love to trade
for property in Oregon
, cash works too!