TheNew Englandbased Mariner Yacht Company, made some of the best Yachts between 1977 and 1983. The vastly popular Mariner 36 led to the development of the 38 Pilot House. Six, Pilot House versions with the same quality, and workmanship, we expects from Mariner. World cruiser no mater what the weather conditions. Her inside hem has virtually a 360 view to the outside. The owner has made significant upgrades to ‘Joy’. The list below just highlights the commitment the owner has to maintaining this boat over the years: She is in top condition and ready for cruising anywhere you desire. CLICK FULL SPECS TO SEE PICS AND DETAILS.
- Forward Cabin S pacious notched V-Berth with hand crafted wood, beautiful trimmed storage above and under the birth Ample drawers and lockers all completed byNew England Master craftsman Split Head: To the Port is the Head and Shower To the Starboard is the Vanity with Storage above and behind and below Forward Main Salon Head room is more than 7 ft. An L shaped seating for 5 arrangement highlights the Port side 2 Cabinets 4 drawers and shelf storage all completed in Teak. To Starboard an oversized quarter birth/additional 3 seats for dinette Pilot House Salon Galley to starboard Quarter Berth to Port Chart table above quarter berth Full helm with depth and wind
- Engines & Mechanical
- - New Perkins 4-108 as of 23 May 2013 - Transmission rebuilt 5/2013 - New fuel tanks (70 total) 5/2013 - Dual Racor filtration fuel system - All canvas (Sunbrella) new 5/2013 including side and sun shades aft - Hot water heater and water pump new 5/2013 - House batteries replaced 5/2013. 240 ah total - Profurl roller furling and head stay 10 hours of use. - Evolution 10oz. working genoa w/less than 10 hours - Xantrax 1500w inverter w/75 amp 3 stage battery charger - Link 2000 battery management unit w/battery combiner
- Large cockpit Custom made teak grate Cockpit cushions
- 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.