When you first look at TANGARROA you think she is just another trawler. You have to get aboard to appreciate all of the features the designer ( Bruce King ) was able to incorporate in 38 feet.
One of the first things you will notice is the bulwarks around the deck.When you step outside from the pilothouse helm you are greeted with a 2 foot high bulwark with a two foot high stainless railing on top of it (see picture)Talk about the feeling of security !
Most of the time you will be running at trawler speed (8-9 knots) but if time is important she has the power and hull form to do 17-18.
Please look at cabin layout picture
V berth is 7'2" long. Bedding is a mattress ( not foam )
A large hanging locker aft of the V berth is cedar lined with an opening port for light and ventilation
The forward head is next aft on port side. It also has an opening port for light and ventilation
Next aft is the main cabin. It has 6'7" headroom in the forward end and 6'5" at the aft end. There are four sliding opening windows and a slide opening window aft over the galley.
A 10 loop handrail overhead runs the full length of the main salon
The Galley is at the starboard aft end of the main cabin
Next aft is the owners cabin with a double bed accessible from both sides and it is a mattress ( not foam ). The aft head ( with shower stall ) is on the starboard forward side of the cabin. On the starboard aft end of the cabin is a hatch leading to the aft deck.
6 KW generator
32,000 BTU marine air conditioner
Mur VCR 1200 Electric windlass w/ controls at both steering stations
12 gallon hot water heater
Sealand Vacuflush heads
Two 120 Volt shore line cords w/ connections at bow and stern
Four 4D AGM 12 volt batteries
120 Volt battery charger
12 volt inverter
Hot and cold pressure water
Raytheon speed, depth and wind instruments
Raytheon 10" radar w/ chart plotter
Raytheon auto pilot
Raytheon WASS sensor
ICOM single sideband
Three TV's with SeaTel Sat TV reception