2006 True North 38 Heritage
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Osterville, MA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 275,000
Wide open pilothouse layout for maximum accessibility- aft of the helm seat.
Her standard turbo-charged diesel delivers 21-knot cruising (25 knots WOT); a bow thruster with joystick makes in-port maneuverability a breeze. And an underwater exhaust lets whispered conversations be loud enough while helping purge fumes from the air around you. Miss Erin has approximately 650 engine hours.
The pilothouse profile and timeless lines provide a stunning look. In the pilothouse, everyone from helmsman to small children has a great 360-degree view. The dinette’s tabletop lowers electrically for cocktails (and further to make up a double berth).
The galley was deleted during the original build and the opening to the pilothouse made wide enough for wheelchair access with ramp. Individual locking mechanisms located in the pilothouse and the cockpit. Overhead Guldmann 250kg hoists allow ease of access throughout.
Aft, the cockpit can handle a crowd. There’s room for a 10-foot tender or sailing dinghy (so much easier than towing or davits). And the transom opens wide with the reverse-transom doors.
Wide side decks let you move around safely and retrieve stand up paddle boards, canoes or kayaks from the pilothouse roof.
Awlgrip is Flag Blue and Red bottom paint
Smoke White non skid, with Montblanc polystone counters and head color, Cherry wood finished trim and head wall, Ultra Leather Granite with white piping, Dinette, Helm, Companion seat and Ultra Suede Pewter VBerth.
Silver canvas and white shades.
Teak and Holly Floor
Crushed Walnut treads to vberth
Teak Cover for helm
Fishing rod holders
Chair Lock installations
Cell phone: 401-447-4660
Please contact Nick Fawle at (401) 247-3000
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Warranty: 5 years
Hull Shape: Modified Vee
LOA: 41 ft 6 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
LWL: 38 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Deadrise: 12 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 15000 lbs
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Cruising Speed: 21 mph
Maximum Speed: 25 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Plastic (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (220 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (28 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Manufacturer Provided Description
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The True North 38 has low profile timeless lines, a reverse transom finely appointed by True North's master carpenters, and a 360 degree, galley-up layout. Active boating families wanted more room in the cockpit for all their outdoor activities. They also wanted space to stow their water toys like kayaks, wind surfers and dinghies as well as their mountain bikes, fishing and snorkeling gear.
We found that a high percentage of female boaters are not thrilled with their current boat.The True North galley and eating arrangements, especially if these areas are located down below. Families want to be together during the day on one level, where all the action is. So we designed the True North 38 to satisfy all members of the active family.
For outside activities, the large cockpit is ideal for lounging, fishing, entertaining or as the hub for water sports activities. Large, double transom doors swing open for easy access to the water, just inches below the cockpit sole. With over 90 square feet of cockpit space, and wide deck seating, there's room for everyone to enjoy the outdoors. Best of all, the cockpit is designed to stow a 10-foot inflatable dinghy with an outboard motor. It is easy to launch and retrieve. Just pull it in and push it out right through those wide doors. During a cruise, some owners stow their bikes or other water toys inside the dinghy. This system eliminates the need for unsightly davits or expensive lifts. The low profile and extra-wide side decks of the True North 38 also make it easy to stow a pair of kayaks on the pilothouse roof. Walking forward to handle lines or the anchor is also made safer thanks to the wide side decks and thoughtful absence of protruding cleats or hardware.
Very cleverly, the dinette area can be expanded when needed and does not take up too much space when just a few people are onboard. Its innovative, sliding seat arrangement expands seating from four to six people and easily converts into a double berth for overnight guests. Our answer to cruising with young children is an optional "sleeping loft" above the twin v-berths. Put the kids down early, and you have the rest of the boat to yourself.
Easy entertaining is high on everyone's list, so we kept the galley up, near the cockpit. Thirsty, hungry crew can step up to the counter from the cockpit without worrying about wet bathing suits or sandy feet. And whomever has galley duty will have no complaints, as the 360? view is the best view onboard.
Of course, all this well thought-out space is no fun if you're busy maintaining and fixing things. So everything about the True North 38 is designed to keep things simple.Starting with the dependable, single diesel engine and well-protected prop and shaft, the True North 38 takes its cue from the legendary New England workboats. You'll find no extra fluff and frills, just the things you need to enjoy your experience on the water.
The True North 38 is an ideal size for a couple with or without kids. There's plenty of room for supplies and gear for a two-week vacation, and several owners have taken more ambitious, lengthy cruises. You?ll be very comfortable yet not burdened by all the hard-to-maintain gadgets that have made boating too complicated and expensive. Equally appealing is how easy it is to make the boat ready for those spur-of-the- moment adventures. With a True North 38, you?ll find yourself taking her out more often without the need for time-consuming preparation. Just hop onboard and go. When you return, sweep it down, hose it off and she?ll be ready for you next time.
Of course being comfortable is vitally important at sea, and the True North 38 boasts an incredibly soft and comfortable ride even in rough conditions. They have often been spotted going out an inlet or protected harbor in conditions that keep much larger yachts tied up at the dock. When things turn nasty, you can depend on your True North 38 to get you home safely.
Take a close look at our specifications and equipment lists for the Sport, Heritage, and Classic models. You'll see how much thinking went into the True North 38 series.
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