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|Type de Moteur / Essence||Diesel|
|Matériau de la Coque||Fibres de verre / polyester|
|Forme de la Coque||Semi-Déplacement|
|Proposé par||Waterline Boats LLC|
ALL Helmsman Trawlers feature proven, solid construction methods, exceptional craftsmanship, abundant use of quality materials, and capable, modern, wide-beam hull designs.
The Helmsman Trawlers 38 Pilothouse is an innovative fast trawler design featuring a large “low rise” pilothouse that is open to the salon and prevents the separation common in other pilothouse models. The full-beam main salon is expansive, comfortable, and richly nautical. And a second day head is unusual to find in a boat this size, but an extremely practical feature with guests aboard. The dinette and day head can be enclosed to create a private suite for occasional guests, and a layout featuring a second dedicated stateroom is also available. A commanding flybridge, high bow, covered aft deck, deep pilothouse side-deck footwells and wide flybridge access stairs port and starboard increase this boat's practicality and safety in all weather conditions.
Helmsman Trawlers® has revised the 38 Pilothouse model, with the new designation of 38E Pilothouse. Modifications to the deck design add an extended cockpit cover, improve rain drip control around the pilothouse roof, and modify the forward window shape and the vessel’s overall appearance. In addition, the 38E now includes even better engine noise control with additional sound attenuation materials included in the multi-layered construction of all interior floors.
Construction quality is immediately evidenced by thick decks sections, deep gel coat, sturdy rails, quality hardware, abundant teak (interior only!) and extraordinary fit and finish.
The Helmsman Trawlers 38 Pilothouse was designed for those who want to cruise comfortably and economically, enjoy the spacious feeling of a much larger boat while still fitting into a 40’ slip, and surround themselves with the beauty of well-crafted hardwood joinery and other fine materials.
Standard propulsion is a Cummins QSB 6.7 litre 250 hp electronically-controlled common rail engine. Other hp ratings (up to 550 hp) are available, as are other brands of engines.
Minimal exterior maintenance and reliable, economical propulsion systems allow owners to spend more time cruising. A wide range of options and custom configurations are available for order. We’d like to talk with you about your ideas!
Price is for the base model, delivered Seattle, WA or Charleston, SC, including all U.S. duties. Subsequent transportation may be additional. Canadians and other non-U.S. residents should inquire about pricing for non-U.S. deliveries.
Sistership photos shown.
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.
All photos are of sisterships, and may show differences in custom or optional configurations.
|Modèle Moteur||QSB 6.7 litre|
|Type d'Entraînement||Prise Directe|
|Type de Moteur / Essence||Diesel|
|Longeur Hors Tout||12.4m|
|Longueur de Pont||11.43m|
|Tirant d'Eau Max.||1.22m|
|Longeur de Ligne de Flottaison||10.52m|
|Réservoirs à Eau Douce||529.96 l (Acier Inoxydable)|
|Réservoirs de Carburant||1514.16 l (GRP)|
|Réservoirs à Eau Noir||170.34 l (GRP)|