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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Marblehead, MA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 134,900
Great performer Motivated Seller
Rated Cruising Boat of the Year in 1999, by Cruising World Magazine. This unique yacht has been designed, built and expertly outfitted for long distance cruising. The rig has a large main with non overlapping jib for ease of operation or single handed sailing. Keel box recently rebuilt by respected Marblehead yard. Carbon rig resealed. Keel faired and new paint 2016.
Please call or text listing broker Brian Shaughnessy at 617 839 2295 for further information.
Please contact Brian Shaughnessy at 781-631-4910
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 37 ft 8 in
Beam: 13 ft 8 in
LWL: 34 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 9 in
Displacement: 11250 lbs
Ballast: 4150 lbs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2000
Engine Model: 3GMF30
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1371
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (75 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (25 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (24 Gallons)
White, Herreshoff style interior with white bulkheads and cabinetry, varnished Rosewood trim and drawer fronts, teak and holly floors throughout. Full standing headroom, two stateroom and aft head arrangement.
- Composite molded internal structural frame supporting chain plates, keel, engine and mast.
- All intermediate bulkheads glassed to hull and deck for stiffness
- Interior finish is a durable hard wearing paint.
Forward Cabin has a Double V-berth and Hanging locker and shelves storage under, access forward
- Aft Cabin is located to Starboard, and has a Queen berth, Hanging Locker, shelved cabinet and single Settee and three opening ports
- The Main Cabin has Port and Starboard Settee Berths w/ lee cloths
- Tasteful blue cloth upholstery
Storage behind and above in cabinets
- batteries, fuel and water tankage under settees
- Centerline Drop-Leaf Table
- Teak & Holly Cabin Sole
- Six opening ports, two hatches
- to Starboard a U-shaped Galley has propane two burner Stove with Oven
- solenoid shutoff
- Double Stainless Steel Sink with Rotating Tap
- Hand pump raw water
- Hot & Cold Pressure Water System
- Electric Water Heater
- Iso therm Refrigeration in large ice box
- Hand pump drains refrigeration compartment
- Dry Goods Storage Area
- Storage Shelves with Perspex Sliding Covers
- Three Utensil Drawers
- Additional Pot and Pan Storage Under Oven
- Enclosed Head Compartment is Located Aft, with Shower and Wet Locker
- Shower Sump Pump
- Access doors aft and center to reach all systems
- opening port
- Holding tank and Y valve
At Nav station;
Ray RL70 radar
B&G Hercules 2000 repeater
Standard Horizon VHF
Icom SSB radio
Heart interface battery monitor
Large, deep navigation table forward facing
Gimballed computer shelf
Jensen AM/FM/CD player
3 drawers under
B&G Hercules 2000 sailcomp
located on port and starboard bulkhead
B&G apparent wind speed /direction
located on port and starboard bulkhead
Ram mic at helm
Ray ST4000 auto pilot
The Aerodyne 38's cockpit is 11.5 ft long! Not only is it well laid out for a racing crew, but in cruising mode adds considerable outdoor living space and yet will drain quickly through the transom should a sea come aboard. The cockpit seats are wide and long enough to sleep on. Both traveler, mainsheet and primary winches are accesible from helm.
The wheel is large to allow steering from the side-deck, and well-placed foot-cleats are provided for the helmsman when standing behind the wheel. There is also a cleat down the center of the "crew" cockpit for bracing when sailing upwind, and the space between the seats, over 3 ft. is wide enough for a good cockpit table. There is a big locker to port, and propane is in a dedicated locker to starboard, aft.
All sail controls lead aft to rope-clutches and winches on the cabin top. Main halyard, reefing, vang, spinnaker halyard, headsail furling, bowsprit and spinnaker controls are all handled from here. The bowsprit retracts into a waterproof housing, with service access down below.
Going forward, the side-decks are wide and unobstructed, helped by the outboard shrouds, and the anchor is stowed in its own flush locker, which also houses the recessed jib-furling drum.
The Aerodyne 38 has an innovative recessed toe rail running around the perimeter of the entire deck giving a secure footing, and making it comfortable for hiking out.
Antal 46 2SP ST primaries
Antal 46 2SP ST secondaries on cabin top
Harken jib furler
Retractable bow sprit
Sidekick rigid boom vang line control
Navtec hydraulic backstay
The entire Aerodyne 38 is built of Epoxy resin, the best material for composite boat construction, and considerably stronger, tougher and more durable than the polyester or vinylester resins used in conventional production boat hulls. This, combined with directional E-glass fabrics, high quality core materials appropriate for each area and Carbon-fibre reinforced structural framing ensures high strength, stiffness and longevity associated with one-off custom boats. Similarly, the Aerodyne 38 is painted with an Awlgrip finish which gives a tougher, high-gloss finish than gel-coat.
The Aerodyne 38 has a well-proportioned fractional rig set well back in the boat to balance the non-overlapping jib's size with that of the main. We have now designed several boats with this rig, and can assure that it is easy to handle efficiently for a given size and much easier to tack than a rig with large, overlapping genoas, and works over a much wider wind range; between drifting and 24 knots true. The jib furling drum is recessed below the deck so it is as efficient for racing as it is for cruising, and the big mainsail, which features single-line reefing, has a long traveler to allow its power to be easily controlled.Shrouds are outboard at the hull for strength and better staying angles. This allows a lighter mast and rigging. The Aerodyne 38 will sail well under mainsail alone.
Offshore Main with 3 reefs
Headsails; all 105 non overlapping jibs
#1 #2 #3
Keel box rebuilt 2014.
Mast painted 2014
Sails inventory in good shape.
Bulb, keel faired 2016
Bottom painted 2016
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.