NEW AWLGRIPPED HULL 8/2013! SHE LOOKS GREAT! THE OWNER WANTS THIS BOAT SOLD!
This is a performance cruiser that has beautiful lines and was built to last!
The Ericson 380 is clearly a cruising boat, but her performance is certainly very respectable, with good balance to steer herself for long periods of time. The boat will point to within 35-40 degrees. With a sail area-displacement ratio of slightly over 18 and a displacement-length ratio of about 240, she has enough power for decent performance in light air yet is not so overpowered as to be impossible or dangerous to sail with a short handed crew.
Introduced in 1980, the Ericson 38 was designed by the incomparable Bruce King whose talent for drawing beautiful boats of near perfect proportions ranks him with the likes of Herreshoff, Stevens, Rhodes, and Tripp.
Don and Gene Kohlmann, two San Francisco sailors, began building Ericson 27s in Southern California in 1964. By 1971 the company was purchased by an East Coast organization that owned Boston Whaler. In 1984, Gene Kohlmann purchased the company back and produced the 38, 381 and the 38-200. He ran the company until Pacific Seacraft bought the molds for the 35 and 38 in 1990, producing the first new boats in 1991. When Pacific Seacraft took over, the entire interior was revamped which gave the “new” 380 a more quality finish down below.
She would be a superb choice for a discerning yachtsman looking for a passage-making cruiser that has performance, style and excellent equipment.
"Blue Dancer" is a fine example of this great boat and is certainly worthy of your inspection. Call and make an appointment to see her today!
Florida licensed and bonded License # YSL8420
You can reach me at my office (410)269-0939 or on my cell (443) 850-4197 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Custom mattress for the forward stateroom (currently installed)
Custom fitted bedding
Solid teak locker doors with louvered fronts for ventilation
Solid teak staving along hullsides
Teak and holly cabin sole refinished (13)
Bowmar offshore hatches
15 Stainless steel opening portholes
Zippered, padded headliner for easy access to deck hardware
Chromed lighting fixtures throughout
Forward stateroom- The forward berth is a generous 6'4" x 6'4" x 20" and can be used as an offset berth or a full V berth. The adjustable height dressing seat on starboard can be used as a seat, or when the cushion is simply raised into the upper position, extends the berth space to the full width. Drawer storage is beneath the berth and there is additional space beneath the berth forward and the changing seat. Anchor locker space is forward and there are fiddled shelves along both hullsides, with teak staving lining the hullsides above. On port there is an upper hanging and lower double door lockers with a shelf above them. On starboard there are upper and lower lockers with shelves and a tip-out hamper bin, with shelves above them. There are two opening ports and an overhead hatch for ventilation; additional lighting is from a pair of overhead lights and a pair of reading lights. The cabin doors meet in the center to close the space and fold back neatly out of the way when opened.
Saloon- Moving aft from the forward stateroom, the U-shaped dinette table is located on port. Solid teak with a hinged leaf (stored off the boat), you can easily seat six for meals. The table will drop down to make a nice 6'3" x 57" double berth. There is storage beneath and behind the seating, while above and behind it along the hullsides is a fiddled shelf and then a pair of louvered door lockers with a fiddled shelf between them above that. Teak staving lines the hull in the shelving areas.
On starboard there is a 6'6" long settee with a lee cloth; the storage and locker configuration is identicaly to the port side, with the aft end of the settee serving as the seat for the nav station.
The entire center cabin area of the boat has a rich feel to it and is a great example of the Pacific Seacraft craftsmanship. With all of the warm teak finished to a fine degree, white laminate coach roof sides and lots of ventilation- two overhead hatches, two dorade vents and seven opening stainless steel port lights- the space feels, well, just comfortable bright and inviting.
Navigation station- Facing aft and located on starboard, the nav station top is sloped for comfort (and also is a great angle for a laptop) and will fit a chart book nicely. Several innovative Pacific Seacraft features are found here- the nav top has a drop down extension mounted beneath the top that can swing down and turn the desk top into additional counter space. This is great to use as a workbench type counter space or as a place to get those bowls of food out of the way when you have a large group at the dining table. The signature Pacific Seacraft electrical panel drops down to 90 degrees for easy access to the wiring. The wiring is extremely tidy; you can trace each wire holding it's same position in the wiring bundle along it's path. There are several drawers beneath the nav top for parts storage and immediately behind that a hanging locker for your foul weather gear, with a shelf space above that.
Galley- On port and aft of the dinette, the L-shaped galley has two large deep polished stainless steel sinks oriented towards centerline- where they should be. There is a Force 10 stove and oven along the hullsides, with a cover for additional counter space when the stove is not in use. Bin storage is beneath the countertop between the two; there are double doors beneath the sinks and a drop-front locker beneath the stove for pots and pans. to the left of the stove is a tip-out bin and another locker beneath that. Sliding door storage is above and behind the hullsides counter spaces; there is also a tip-out utensil organizer.
Aft stateroom- Entered from just aft of the galley, the wide double berth is a generous 78" long by 64" at the head and 34" at the foot. There is a nightstand shelf above the engine box and a double doored hanging locker, with a shelf above that. A fiddled shelf runs aft along the hullside and teak staving lines the hull above that. The space is very well ventilated, with one opening port along the hullside and three into the cockpit- providing good cross ventilation.
Head- Separated from the staterooms for privacy, the head is made of fiberglass for easy wipe-down maintenance. The separate stall shower is a nice feature and a great place for wet foul weather gear, especially as the head is located at the base of the companionway. There is a locker beneath the stainless steel sink and sliding cabinet doors with shelves above it. Several opening ports provide good ventilation in here.
Molded fiberglass countertops and liner unit with teak fiddles
Deep double stainless steel sink
Stainless steel H/C pressure water faucet
Fresh water foot pump
Salt water foot pump
Large 6 cubic foot ice box
Adler-Barbour 12v refrigeration
Ice box drain pump
Force 10 3 burner stove with oven, broiler & temperature gauge
Dedicated propane locker
10# propane tank
Propane solenoid shut off switch
Teak & Formica stove cover
Tilt-out storage bin
Tilt-out dish locker
Molded fiberglass compartment for easy wipe down
Grohe stainless steel H/C faucet with pull out wand
Single stainless steel sink
Teak soap dispenser, toothbrush holder and hand rail
Groco manual head
Spare rebuilt head assembly
Y valve for overboard discharge
Jabsco macerator pump
Tank Watch 3 holding tank monitor
Separate stall shower
H/C pressure water mixer with wand
Teak shower seat
Molded non-skid floor
Teak shower grate
Electric shower sump pump
The plumbing on the boat is completely up to Pacific Seacraft standards and their serviceability and general durability are excellent. The seacocks are bronze and the plumbing installations are neatly executed and labeled. PLEASE NOTE: The current owner has the forward 30 gallon tank disconnected and is using that space for storage when offshore, as the storage was more important to him (given he has a watermaker). This can be retrofitted back fairly easily if so desired.
6 gallon hot water heater
Parmax 3 fresh water pump
Parmax accumulator tank
3 fresh water tanks
Freshwater filtration system
Pur Power Survivor 80II water maker
Pur salinity monitor
Parmax deck wash down pump
Rule 1500 GPH electric bilge pump
Whale manual bilge pump
Spare deck washdown pump
H/C cockpit shower
Hull and Deck
The 380 is a heavy construction with solid fiberglass in the hull and ½ inch of balsa and plywood reinforcement in the deck. The boat is quite stiff due to the Tri-Axial Force Grid, designed by Dave Pedrick, which is the basic framework of the structure and ties together all the load bearing points such as the chainplates and the keel. It is comprised of transverse floor timbers and longitudinal girders of unidirectional E-glass, this system also incorporates the foundations for the chainplate attachments The hull-to-deck joint is a small molded bulwark that is fiberglassed together. Cabinetry and bulkheads down below are tabbed to the hull and deck. New hullside paint by Osprey Marine Composites in August 2013!
Single stainless steel anchor roller
35lb Delta anchor w/150’ of 5/16” BBB chain & 150’ of nylon rode
Spare 150’ of 5/16” BBB chain and quick connect link
Fortress 22lb anchor
Lofrans electric windless
Quick windlass remote with up/down controls
Anchor wash down
Kato Marine custom SS arch w/dinghy hoists
Double vinyl life lines
Port and starboard boarding gates
Oyster white deck with 2-tone tan molded non-skid
Molded fiberglass toe rail
4 mooring cleats
Transom gate and SS swim ladder
Transom swim platform
Stainless steel grab rails
Stainless steel hatch guard
Teak dorade boxes with SS cowls (2)
Pad eyes for jack lines
Cockpit harness attachment pad eyes
Large T-shaped cockpit
Sunbrella connector panel
Windowed connector panel
Custom bimini extension extends from the back part of the bimini to the aft end of the SS arch
Sails and Rigging
The masthead, double spreader rig is keel stepped and provides plenty of power making the Ericson a true performance cruiser. The backstay is split and the rigging is far inboard for tight sheeting angles. All lines are led aft via a mast collar and the winches and sheets are all within reasonable reach of the helmsman.
Lefiel double spreader tapered aluminum keel stepped mast
Harken roller furler
Deck pad eye and mast tang for inner forestay (available but not presently installed)
Running backstays (available but not presently installed)
Navtec SS chainplates are inboard for a higher sheeting angle
1X19 SS wire standing rigging
Leather turnbuckle boots
Selden Rod Kicker boom vang
Sailtec hydraulic back stay adjuster
Harken main sheet traveler
Mid boom sheeting
Harken Battcar system
Separate storm trysail track
All control lines led aft to cockpit
Harken quad line organizers (2)
Lewmar line clutches- 3 singles/2 triples
Lewmar 2SP54CHST primary winches (2)
Lewmar 2SP40CHST winch on coach house
Lewmar 2SP30CHST winches on coach house (2)
Lewmar 16CHST winch on coach house
Lewmar 2SP30CHST on mast
Ullman full battened main sail (98; serviceable; serviced 10)
Ullman 135% Genoa w/foam luff (98; good condition; serviced 11)
UK- Allan 85% Passagemaker jib w/foam luff (04; good condition)
UK- Allan asymetrical spinnaker (98; very light use)
UK- Allan staysail (99; used one season)
UK- Allan storm staysail (99; used once)
UK- Allan storm trisail (99; used once)
I = 50' 0"
P = 43'3"
J = 16'3"
E = 14' 0"
PHRF = 114
Engine and Machinery
Yanmar 3JH2E 38HP engine
PYI dripless shaft seal
3 blade MaxProp (rebuilt 13)
Racor R24S fuel filter
Engine hours 988
Edson steering pedestal with wheel brake
Leather wrapped wheel
Electrical and Electronic
The wiring on the Ericson 380 is done just like anything else Pacific Seacraft builds- very well. Pacific Seacraft uses only tinned copper multi-strand wire for it's durability. All wiring harnesses pass through rubber chafe guards when going through bulkheads. The hinged electrical panel drops down for easy inspection, all wiring is neatly bundled and is admired by marine surveyors every time for the level of attention to detail and neatness.
Blue Dancer is nicely equipped for cruising, with radar, chartplotter, autopilot, SSB radio, wind generator...
Newmar 120V & 12v electrical panels
Newmar AC & DC meters replaced (12)
Electrical system upgraded to current ABYC standards (12)
30 Amp Shore power connection and cord
50A to 30A adaptor
120V to 30A adaptor
120V GFCI protected receptacles throughout
Magnum ME2512 2500 watt charger/inverter (12)
Magnum battery monitor
Two Lifeline GPL-6C AGM house batteries for 300AH (12)
Lifeline Group 31 AGM starting battery
Cole Herse engine and house battery selector switches
Raymarine 2KW radar dome on SS self-leveling mount (factory rebuilt 12)
Tri-lens radar reflector
B&G Network Quad at helm (speed, depth, timer, temp)
B&G Wind at helm
B&G Network Quad at nav (speed, depth, timer, temp)
B&G Network Data at nav (wind, speed, depth)
Icom IC-M58 VHF radio
Icom IC-M710 SSB radio
Icom AT-130 Auto tuner
Insulated backstay antenna
Pioneer AM/FM/CD Player w/Bluetooth Model #DEH-X6500BT
Polk Audio cockpit speakers
JBL saloon speakers
Winslow life raft (needs re-inspection)
Apex 8' roll-up dinghy (98)
Johnson 6HP outboard motor (98)
Sunbrella Captain’s Navy hatch & winch covers
Starboard cup holder at helm
Starboard cockpit table
Sunbrella cockpit table cover/ organizer bag
Solid teak drop boards
Louvered teak drop boards
Screened teak drop boards
Drop board organizer bags
Full winter cover with custom arched port and starboard doors
Shadetree awning from mast forward for foredeck
Shadetree awning from mast to end of boom
Abandon ship bag
Pur Power Survivor 06 water maker
Outboard motor pad
Owner’s personal effects and any items not detailed in this listing.
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.
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