- Year: 2008
- Length: 38 ft
- Price (USD): $289,905
- Located in Sidney, BC CA
- Hull Material: Fiberglass
- Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
- YW# 4140382
Rare to the West Coast and features Alaska bulkhead. Beautiful Flag Blue hull, Down East lines with superb visibility, plumb bow, reverse transom, twin transom doors so you can load your dinghy in the cockpit. Yanmar 480hp. diesel offers super economy at 10 knots or the option of 17-21 knot cruising (25 knots WOT).
The bow thruster provides easy maneuvering and the underwater exhaust is quiet underway. Additional are the 7kW Generator in sound shield, Espar diesel heat, sleeping accommodations for 4, full head, full galley up, custom cockpit shade, plus ample cockpit space for entertaining, wide non-skid side decks for retrieving pilothouse roof-top paddle boards, canoes or kayaks, ample transom storage, and no exterior brightwork! Great Price -- Compare !
Make: True North
Length Overall: 42.00 ft Max Draft: 3.50 ft Beam: 13.50 ft
Total Power: 480|horsepower Engine Brand: Yanmar Year Built: 2008 Engine Model: 6LY3-ETP Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: diesel Engine Hours: 1273 Engine Power: 480|horsepower
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (100 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: 1 (220 Gallons)
Sleeps a total of 4. The Master Stateroom is forward of the Salon, with V-Berth with a filler cushion to convert to a large double for sleeping. A hanging locker, row of drawers and built-in vacuum are aft. Three ports and a large hatch offers good ventilation and light. Teak, Holly and Cherry provide a rich look to the interior.
To starboard is the enclosed head with shower and fresh-water Vacuflush head, sink, vanity, storage and mirror. The comfortably sized room is constructed with a solid surface which is easily cleaned and maintained.
Up a couple of steps, to port, is a forward facing two-person cushioned bench seat. Behind, is the well-designed dinette which slides out and widens to accommodate 6, or electrically lowers to convert to an excellent double berth, with privacy curtain.
Across and to starboard, is the galley, with solid surface counter, double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, built in microwave oven, three burner propane cooktop and a built in refrigerator. The cabin sole is teak and holly with a large hatch which can be raised electrically to access the engine compartment.
Forward to starboard is the helm, with full instrumentation and electronics. The cushioned swiveling helm seat with height adjustment provides excellent visibility with an almost 360 degree view.
The optional aft double-hung cabin doors open out to the large teak cockpit which has ample room for entertaining and relaxing aboard, beneath a stylish bimini.