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Bilge Keel Model
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Gwynedd, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 72,000 Tax Paid (US$ 90,533)
Lovely example with bilge keels
This twin keel Hunter Legend 38 was built in 2005, bought at the Boat Show by the present owner and launched 2006. Odyssey offers a comfortable and roomy cruising yacht, combined with speed and easy handling.
The owner negotiated a high specification at the time of buying so she comes with extras such as real leather upholstery, a full size fridge, Flex-Teak on the whole deck, and a comprehensive package of instrumentation. Since then he has continued to maintain and upgrade her so that she now presents as a boat where one would be hard put to think of an improvement.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Keel: Twin Keel
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 38 ft 2 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
LWL: 34 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 18326 lbs
Ballast: 6552 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Dry Weight: 18326 lbs
Total Power: 29 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: JH3HE30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 29 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (62)
Fuel Tanks: (29)
Holding Tanks: (28)
She has a generous sized cockpit, with an integral bimini onto the arch. At the end of a day’s sailing the cockpit provides comfortable seating with removable cushions, and a table that can be folded out to take drinks. There is a transom and a hot and cold transom shower.
The steering pedestal with leather covered wheel has compass, engine control, guard and brake. Chart plotter and instruments are mounted here including the large screen Raymarine C80 colour chart plotter.
She has a backstay-less rig, stack pack and lazy jacks. The mainsail cars make for easy hoisting. The headsail is furling. Lines lead aft for easy control.
The accommodation of the Legend 38 is impressive. Headroom in the saloon is 6 ft 6 ins, and her beam of 12 ft 11ins provides a feeling of space. In the saloon the cream leather upholstery goes well with the polished teak woodwork. The table size is generous, even when not fully extended. This table drops down to provide a base for a double berth. There is a flat screen TV, dvd and radio.
The galley has a domestic sized fridge, 2 burner hob with oven and grill, microwave, storage, twin sinks and a cabinet for drying crockery. Work surfaces are Corian.
The chart table is large, with a nav station including a second chart plotter.
The large aft cabin provides a comfortable double berth, padded seats, and storage. There is a door starboard of this cabin leads into the galley area/ saloon. A further door to port enters the heads, providing a useful en suite arrangement.
The heads has two doors which can be independently locked; one into the aft cabin and one into the saloon. The heads comprises two compartments, one with the sea toilet and shower, and one with the washbasin in vanity unit with Corian top. There is a holding tank.
A further v berth is provided forward. The two cabins, the double in the saloon, and a further single in the saloon means this boat offer seven comfortable berths.
Engine: Yanmar JH3HE 30 hp with SD50 sail driveElectrical: 12 volt with shore power; 1 engine battery; 2 domestic battery. ACDC switch panel; Sterling integral battery charger; running deck and cabin lighting; solar panel 40w Instuments: Raymarine C80 colour chart plotter; Raymarine ST60 wind and depth; Raymarine S2 Smartpilot; Raymarine Radar; AIS with built in overlay onto C80 chartplotter; autosensing gyro providing radar overlay onto chartplotter; Raymarine GPS Navtex; Raymarine speed/depth tridata; Silva S15 vhf with dsc Boat Sails: Main; furling genoa Equipment: 4 manLiferaft (in date); Zodiac C240 dinghy; warps and fenders; Delta 35 kg anchor; kedge anchor; cockpit cushions; fire extinguisher for engine with engine shutdown; fire extinguisher; emergency tiller; smoke alarms; C02 detectors;
This is a well maintained example of the Hunter Legend 38 and merits serious consideration.
Twin bilge keel advantage
This keel configuration allows the boats to sit on a mud berth or in tidal harbours and estuaries where the moorings have reduced depth. This keel configuration designed by Hunter Legend has been proven to perform as well as the standard fin keel models.
The immensely strong Rig
The B&R (Belgstrom & Ridder) rig has numerous benefits and was developed for use on performance 'round the world' race boats. The mast with swept back spreaders allows for a broad 'tripod' base creating an immensely strong rig with greatly reduced stress on the hull. The need for a backstay is eliminated allowing a longer boom and bigger more efficient mainsail. This in turn makes for effortless sailing with the mainsail generating the majority of the sail power.
Stainless mainsheet traveller Arch
Designed to eliminate the possibility of injury from the boom or mainsheet and to provide efficient control of the mainsail via a very short mainsheet. In addition they enhance safety further by providing a strong grab handle and anchor points for all of the crew. Furthermore they act as a superb support for all over cockpit enclosures, canopies and biminis.
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