A Nauticat 38 motor sailor design by S&S and built in Finland. You don't really need to say much more, the design is great and the build quality excellent. She has a ketch rig for ease of sail handling, has two helm stations (inside and out) and a classic teak interior; an ideal combination for cruising in comfort and safety in higher latitudes.
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Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Forme de la coque: Autre
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Type de transmission: Prise directe
Vitesse de croisière: 6 Noeuds
Nombre de cabines: 2
Ford Lehman Super 90hp diesel engine 4-cylinder (fully serviced March 2019 and April 2020) Fuel consumption approx. 8ltrs/hour Shaft drive to fixed three-bladed propeller protected by skeg (stern tube seals replaced March 2019) Fresh water cooled New Heat exchanger (March 2019) Exhaust mixer elbow (replaced March 2019) Flexi Exhaust (replaced March 2019) Fuel Filters (replaced March 2018, 19 and 2020) New pencil anodes (March 2019)
TANKAGE Fuel Capacity: 2 x 350 ltr / 77 gal Water: 1 x 400 ltr / 88 gal Holding Tank: 1 x 150 ltr / 33 gal (aft heads only)
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 2 x domestic batteries 2 x engine batteries - 60ah 550A 80W solar panel x2 charge controller Sterling ProCharge mains battery charger NASA battery monitor Shore power and cable Wind generator x2 100w Solar Panels (fitted May 2019)
WATER SYSTEM Pressurized hot and cold water throughout Water heated by calorifier and engine
NAVIGATION Suunto steering compasses Raymarine C120 Display Raymarine 2kW Raydome (fitted to mizzen mast) Radar Monitor Raymarine Raystar125 GPS receiver Raymarine GPS chartplotter (new 2009) Icom IC-M505 DSC VHF, linked to Raymarine for DSC position and time Silva Nexus log VDO depth Silva Nexus Wind (not working at present) NECO autopilot
INSTRUMENTS Clinometre Fuel gauges for port and starboard tanks Pressure gauges for engine and gearbox (fluid replaced March 2019) Temperature gauge for engine Battery charging gauge Engine RPM and hours run Morse engine/gearbox control at wheelhouse and cockpit helms
GROUND TACKLE Anchor in bowsprit, with new Lewmar H3 windlass (March 2019), Vulcan anchor 50m 10mm chain plus 40m warp - 2020 Kedge anchor on stern with chain plus warp
GENERAL EQUIPMENT Dodgers Fenders, warps, ropes, etc. Ample engine spares Fender baskets Bathing platform with stainless steel boarding ladder Teak outboard bracket Clock and barometer Boat hook 6 x mooring cleats
SAFETY EQUIPMENT Plastimo 4 man Liferaft (serviced March 2019) Lifering and holder Jackstays MOB rescue sling Pulpit and guardrails with side gates Deck lights - replaced with LED lights March 2019
NAUTICAT 38 Popular motorsailer designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by Siltala Yachts, Finland GRP hull, deck and superstructure Semi-long Keel Teak laid decks Dual station hydraulic wheel steering (in pilot house and aft cockpit) Spade rudder on skeg
DIMENSIONS Length: 11.86 m / 38’ 9” increasing to 41'2" with bowsprit and bathing platform Beam: 3.41 m / 11 2” Draft: 1.80 m / 5’ 11” Clearance: 15.3m / 50’ 2” Weight: 11 tonnes / 24,255 lbs *All figures are approximate
ACCOMMODATION FOR 6 IN 2 CABINS PLUS SALOON
Fore Cabin - Traditional 'V' berth with infill, opening hatch and plenty of stowage.
Day Heads - WC, sink, shower, mirror, stowage.
Galley - Nelson gas cooker with two rings, oven and grill. Front-loading fridge (12v), two stainless steel sinks, sea and fresh water taps, extensive stowage, opening hatch above cooker.
Saloon - U-shaped saloon seating around table (table can be lowered and converts into double berth), ample stowage.
Two hanging lockers forward of Saloon/Galley.
Pilothouse - Internal steering position with 360 degrees of visibility. L-shaped seating, extendable table, large chart table. Access to port and starboard through side doors. Fully refurbished April 2020. Good access to engine bay beneath sole. Large sliding hatch overhead.
Owners Aft Cabin - Large double berth, vanity unit with collapsible seat, large hanging locker, plenty of stowage, two opening portlights.