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What a beauty!
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Forked River, NJ
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 79,999
Sail LA Vie is a great example of a well maintained and spacious cruiser designed especially for shallow water navigation and cruising in the islands. With her 3’- 3” draft (both center boards up) and 6’ 6” (c/b’s down) her unique dual center board design is ideal for the cruising in the Chesapeake, Florida Keys or the Bahamas. The boat is heavy enough at 24,000 lb. displacement for safe and comfortable cruising offshore. The dual center boards provide excellent self steering under sail. Her roller furling fore sail and cutter rig with roller furling club footed staysail and her moderately sized main sail make her rig easily manageable for either single handling or a two person crew. The flush deck and spacious interior make an ideal cruising platform for the serious live aboards. Come visit us and take a look at this great example of design for use, and manufacture for longevity. It is easy to see why these boats are so sought after by the knowledgeable cruising sailor.
With clipper bow and bowsprit, flush decks with beautiful hardware, curved sheer, ports in her sheer stripe, gallows frame, and aft-raked transom stern, the Krogen 38' is a memory of sailboats from the past. Beautiful, spacious and easy to handle, the Krogen is an ideal exploration boat.
Roughly 85 of these were made - a quality boat, built strong and comfortable with headroom at 6'-2" and up - this is one of the largest, and most comfortable 38' sailboats out there.
Call Broker for details- and to schedule a showing!
Visit our website at www.forkedrivermarinas.com or call 609-971-7666
Forked River Yacht Sales, located at:
Silver Cloud Harbor Marina
107 Bay Ave.
Forked River, NJ 08731
Please contact Dawn giombetti at 609-971-7666
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Designed by James S. Krogen & Co. Inc.
LOA: 38 ft 2 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
Minimum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 24000 lbs
Total Power: 47 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model: 4.108M
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 47 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 7 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
TV set - 19" with DVD player
CD player - stereo
Fully battened mainsail - 2016 North sail
Storm jib - 2016 Sta-sail
Furling genoa - 2016 North sail
Refrigerator - /freezer
Oven - stove/oven propane
Hot water - 6 gal.
Microwave oven - propane stove/oven
Air conditioning - 2008
Bow thruster - 2014
Heating - new propane
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet - 30 amp
Uniden UM525 VHF Mounted
Icom IC-M32 VHF Handheld
2009-Raymarine Chartplotter with Hailer, Radar & Rotary Autopilot, Depthsounder, Speed Log, Wind Speed & Direction
Heart Interface Link 2000
50 Amp Professional Mariner Battery Charger; 3 Bank Dura 30/50
2015 AGM Lifeline 12V starter battery and (3) 12V AGM lifeline house batteries- 2014
Seaward Model F600 Hot Water Heater
40,000BTU 3 Duct Hot Air Heat Exchanger
Powerverter PV400 400 Watt Inverter
2 Jabsco Electric Bilde Pumps Model 34600 10.8 GPM - w/ electronic float switches- 2017
Jabsco Water Pump Model 30600-0092
Shurflo Raw water Washdown Blaster Series Pump- 2016
Par Electric Shower Pump Model 36251 Series
Gusher Titan Manual Bildge Pump under Cockpit Seat
Airhead Composting Head
Perkins 4.108M Series Diesel
new cooler bundle & thermostst- 2016
47 HP @ 2800 RPM
Balmar Alternator Model 9115- 2016
Hurth HBW150 Transmission
Racor Fuel/Water Separator 200FG RK 12260
Engine Control Panel: Faria Gauges: Water Temp., Hour Meter, Oil Pressure, Voltmeter, Tachometer
MaxProp 3 Blade Prop 18”Dia. X 24Deg.- Reconditioned 2014
1 ¼” Shaft with Drivesaver
Kadey Krogen 38’ Shoal Draft Cutter
Hull No, TMU381530384
Draft 3’-3” Board Up/ 6’-6” Board Down
Displacement 24,000 lbs.
Sail Area 1200 SF
Fuel cap. 80 Gal.
Water Cap. 150 Gal.
Overall Height above Water 53’-8” ( top of VHT Ant.)
Summary of the refit:
- Hull stripped to the core and new fiberglass over the core below the waterline-2015
- New thru-hulls
- New gelcoat on the hull above the waterline- 2015
- New awlgrip deck- 2015
- Portholes rebedded- 2015
- Bow Thruster w/ remote control- 2014
- Electric Windlass w/ remote control- 2015
- Propane cabin heater- 2015
- LED Anchor light- 2015
- LED spreader lights- 2015
- Spreaders Painted- 2015
- Staysail Roller-Furler- 2015
- New Lifelines with an additional gate at the cockpit- 2015
- Electronic bilge switch- 2017
- Rebuild of Bilge pump- 2016
- New House Batteries2013, 2014, 2015
- Airhead Composting Toilet- 2015
- New NORTH headsail and mainsail- 2016
The entire interior is solid teak. The joinery is of the finest quality with a true nautical flair from the louvered vents on all lockers to the fiddles on the shelves and the oval passage way openings. Use of a sliding door on the after cabin is an excellent feature for space conservation. Cabin sole is varnished solid teak and holly. The forward cabin has a spacious 6 ft V berth with double inserts. Above are two shelves with a locker beneath accessible from a louvered door. Two drawers also provide storage. A small vanity with small stainless steel sink with Hot & Cold pressure water is aft to starboard. Storage is provided with 2 lockers (one with a mirror). Just aft of the vanity is a narrow hanging locker with 3 shelves along the hull and space for a few hanging garments inboard. Ventilation is provided by two opening bronze ports in the hull sides and the deck hatch.
Continuing aft to port is the head with composting marine toilet, and a separate shower stall with sump. Two shelves and one locker provide adequate storage. Opposite the head to starboard is huge double hanging locker with louvered doors. The Main salon has a large U shaped settee to port with a solid teak, multiple drop leaf table design. The table can be dropped and the settee converted to a full berth. There are storage compartments below the settee and three shelves and 3 lockers behind it. Opposite the table to starboard is another 6 foot settee that converts to a single berth with a wine storage locker/rack on forward end. 3 lockers and 3 shelves provide more storage. A brass oil lamp, 12 Vdc fans and propane fireplace are mounted on the aft bulkhead. A brass ship’s clock and separate brass barometer are mounted on the forward bulkhead. The ships lighting has mostly been converted to LED lighting.
Aft to starboard is the fore/aft galley with large counter top, 3 burner gimbaled propane stove and oven (with removable counter top cover and overhead heat shield), double stainless steel sink with Hot & Cold pressure water and cutting board cover. 10 lockers, 3 drawers and 5 shelves (aft) provide storage. Two top opening doors provide access to the large well insulated refrigerator and freezer area. Ventilation is provided by a bronze opening port and solar powered ceiling vent. Opposite the galley is the Master’s Cabin with queen berth, huge (deep) hanging locker with shelves outboard, and long vanity along the forward bulkhead. Vanity has small stainless steel sink with Hot & Cold pressure water and full mirror. 3 lockers and 3 drawers provide storage. Ventilation is by 2 bronze opening ports and a deck hatch. Additional heat is provided by a heat exchanger on the engine which heats hot water as well as providing heat to the master cabin while underway under power.
Sails and Rigging
Main, roller furling genoa, roller furling staysail. Rigging: Keel stepped mast, cutter rigged with club footed self-tacking jib. Boom crutch.
Bow sprit with two anchor rollers and Sampson post. One Bruce anchor with full chain rode on electric windlass. One Danforth type anchor with chain and rode. Stainless Steel dinghy davits, fenders, boat hook, cockpit seats, teak cockpit sole, grates and seat surfaces. Teak rub rail with stainless steel strip. Calypso Rigid Inflatable Dinghy with one set of oars and a 5HP Lehr propane engine..
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.