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38' Krogen 38 Cutter

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Boat Name: 38' Krogen 38 Cutter
Year: 1984
Price: 63500
Located in Seattle, WA
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel

*Urgent sale needed - owners moving out of town!

From her safe working foredeck, across her broad and open flush deck cabin top to the spacious cockpit with so much room to maneuver, lounge and entertain, the Krogen 38 provides the most room aboard any 38 footer. Her easy-to-handle cutter sail plan features roller furling genoa, a self-tending jib and the main with lazy jack furling all with simple controls from the cockpit. The yacht has a cutaway forefoot to enhance her windward sailing performance, and the skeg-hung rudder makes steering simple. This yacht is South Pacific capable; now with many updates and upgrades she is ready for a new owner’s dream voyage.

Additional Specs, Equipment And Information:

Boat Name

38' Krogen 38 Cutter

Engines

Total Power: 50HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine Model: Perkins
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1600
Engine Power: 50 HP

Cruising Speed: 6 knots

Beam

12.67 ft

Tanks

Water Tanks: (140 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (80 Gallons)
Black Water Tanks: (25 Gallons)

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

Specs

Builder: Kady Krogen Yachts, Stuart, FL
Designer: Jim Krogen
Hull Shape: Displacement

Accommodations

Chain locker and V-berth forward.  Next aft to port is the head and shower.  The salon follows with settees starboard and port with a pedestal table.  Next aft to starboard is the galley.  The master stateroom is opposite to port.  Steps lead to the cockpit with canvas dodger and wheel steering. 


Galley

  • Hillerange 3-burner propane stove with oven
  • Norcold DC electric refrigerator
  • Cole bulkhead mounted pellet stove

Electronics and Navigation

  • JCR radar 1500
  • Danforth magnetc compass
  • ICOM IC-M502 VHF
  • ICOM IC-M700TY SSB
  • Windex on masthead
  • Raytheon ST50 depth finder
  • JVC AM-FM-CD and Striker AM-FM Cassette

Electrical

  • 110V AC system, shore power inlet with weather cover, main electrical panel with voltmeter, main breaker, branch circuit breakers
  • 12V DC system, battery switches, electrical panel with ammeter, voltmeter, branch circuit breakers, Balmar 90-150 amp alternator
  • Heart Interface Freedom 0, 2000 watt with charger
  • Batteries:  (1) Group 27-12VDC lifeline AGM, (6) Lifeline 6VDC; polyethylene boxes, secured

Deck and Hull

  • 45 lb. CQR anchor
  • 33 lb. Bruce claw anchor
  • 300' Triple "B" 5/16" chain
  • Ideal 12 VDC power up windlass
  • Fenders, mooring lines, boat pole
  • Portable horn
  • Horseshoe buoy, ring buoy
  • (6) Type II, III, V PFD's
  • Rudder - fiberglass, skeg hung
  • Bronze thru-hulls and seacocks
  • Avon 2.85 inflatable w/oars (1995) (9'3" long x 4'9" beam) w/ 5HP Honda 4-stroke (1995)
  • 2002 - rig tuned

Sails and Rigging

  • Mast keel stepped painted aluminum spar
  • Cutter rig type
  • Harken Series 2 roller furling
  • Lazy Jack main
  • 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with machine swage fittings rigging
  • Lewmar 44ST and Lewmar 30ST winches 

Engine and Mechanical

  • Webasto hydronic diesel fired furnace
  • Solid fuel heater
  • Sea strainer
  • Jabsco PAR 12 VDC bilge pumps
  • 2003 - Engine pulled, all seals replaced
  • 2004 - Refrigeration unit replaced
  • 2004 - Engine water pump replaced
  • Fuel System: Two stainless steel tanks, copper fuel lines, lever shut-off valves, Racor 500FGSS remote fuel filter, Perkins on-engine secondary filter
  • Propane System:  Two 5 gallon aluminum tanks, copper gas line, pressure gauge, remotely operated solenoid shut-off valve
  • Potable Water System:  Two stainless steel tanks, Shurflo 2088-414-934 12VDC pressure pump
  • Raritan manual head, polyethylene holding tank, deck pump out fitting

Remarks

From her safe working foredeck, across her broad and open flush deck cabin top to the spacious cockpit with so much room to maneuver, lounge and entertain, the Krogen 38 provides the most room aboard any 38 footer. 

Her easy-to-handle cutter sail plan features roller furling genoa, a self-tending jib and the main with lazy jack furling all with simple controls from the cockpit. The yacht has a cutaway forefoot to enhance her windward sailing performance, and the skeg-hung rudder makes steering simple. This yacht is South Pacific capable; now with many updates and upgrades she is ready for a new owner’s dream voyage.  


Exclusions

All personal gear; loose items; galley gear; CD's; charts; fishing equipment; tools; spare parts; supplies & items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.


Disclaimer

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.

*Urgent sale needed - owners moving out of town!

 Contact Martha Comfort at 206-624-1908 or 206-499-0910 (cell) for additional information and your viewing appointment.  At our docks Chandler's Cove, South Lake Union.  

 

 


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