Gorgeous and Classic Little Harbor 38, ROBIN. Fresh listing with details to follow. One of the nicest of all the 38's built. Fresh paint, electronics, electrical, mechanicals, rigging between 2011 and 2013. Very presentable and a bargain at this level.
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- LAYOUT, ACCOMODATION PLAN
- The Layout of the Little Harbor 38 is ideal for cruising and some living aboard. SALON Entering the Cabin is the large Main salon Galley Nav Station area. The settees face each other to port and to starboard with a drop leaf solid teak table between. There are hi quality, comfortable and obviously custom cushions and the quality of the wood-work fittings is evident, note photos please; the very nicely finished SENN wood interior is framed by the liberal use of solid teak wood, with solid corner posts and very proper cabinetry, unfortunately rarely seen today. And that is what separates her from so many other yachts. HEAD The head is located forward of the main cabin on the port side and includes a shower with pressurized hot and cold water with backup hand pump, full standing headroom, and automatic sump and custom teak grate. A holding tank system with double Y valves, which allow overboard discharge when offshore, is standard equipment. Two doors provide easy access from the main cabin or forward stateroom. MASTER The forward cabin of the Little Harbor 38 is quite well appointed. The V berth provides comfortable sleeping accommodations for two while six lockers, two bureaus, and a hanging locker provide more than ample storage. This cabin is well lit by the large Goiot hatch in the coachroof, which, along with the louvered doors provides excellent ventilation. This is truly a cabin worthy of being called the owners stateroom. Hand laid teak and holly sole throughout that is, and this is unique, nearly fully removable, a Little Harbor hallmark. Very special and Unique features make her a family heirloom.
- CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE
- Hand laid fiberglass hull. Hand laid fiberglass deck reinforced with balsa and plywood core. Molded fiberglass instrument console over companionway hatch with instrument mounting board. Molded fiberglass centerboard. Molded cove stripe. Molded fiberglass propane storage compartment in lazarette. Boot top-double stripe. Molded contrasting cabinhouse- non-skid new in 2013. Internal lead ballast. Stainless steel stemhead fitting with intregal mooring chocks (welded) and built in bow anchor roller. Welded stainless steel bow pulpit and stern railing. Stainless steel stern chocks. Four 10 inch chrome mooring cleats (bow and stern). Stainless stanchions and bases. Stainless gates port and starboard. Stainless steel double lifelines. One inch stainless steel Genoa T track port and starboard with fairlead car and slide on each. Mainsheet traveler with controls and cleats. Teak cleats-rails on cockpit seat to allow comfortable seating. Teak handrails, toerail, cockpit coaming and drip rails. Four opening ports 11 inch x 4 inch glass with screens. Opening hatches: One 24 inch x 24 inch; three 12 inch x 18 inch. Two teak dorade boxes with chrome vents. 4 inch Sliding teak and plexiglass companionway hatch with removable drop slides. Four fixed windows. Two cockpit lockers. One lazarette. One cockpit LP gas storage box.
- The U-shaped galley, located to port at the bottom of the companionway, is organized to make the best use of all working areas. The double stainless sink is exceptionally deep to allow use when heeled. Pressurized hot and cold water with a backup pump. The stove, the sink, and the heavily insulated icebox are surrounded by an inlaid Formica countertop and all reachable from one central location. Shipmate three-burner stainless steel stove with oven broiler, gimbaled propane gas with aluminum tank and Solenoid Cutoff. Stainless steel double sinks, 10 inch deep with hot and cold faucets. Dish lockers, utensil drawers, glass rack. Top loading insulated ice box with electric pump installed with 12V Alder-Barber refrigeration system. Stainless steel stove guard rail. Foot pump for fresh water.
- RECENT UPGRADES
- New 2011/2012/2013 Fresh Paint. Topsides, and Cabin Top 2013 New Dodger 2013 Interior Upholstery and some cushions 2013 Cabin cushions 2011 All new exterior varnish 2013 New Newfound Metals Stainless Port Lights 2013, with real glass Modified Table for better Access 2011 New Water Pump 2013 New sink macerator 2013 New Stainless large forward hatch 2012 New Raymarine E7D for Nav station 2013 New Raymarine E7 and Pod for cockpit 2012 New Raymarine Radar 2013 New SI/Tex AIS Transceiver 2013 New Harken Main Traveler System 2012 New Outhaul system 2012 New Harken Battcar system for Main 2012, making sailing so much easier New Harken MKIV Roller furler 2011 Headstay 2011 Larger Cabin top self-tailing winches (Re-Chromed 2013) All New spinlock clutches 2012 All new Harken deck organizers 2012 New Mast base blocks 2012 Spar-tite new 2013 Mainsail 2012 North Symetrical and Asymetric kites Rebult and painted Sea Tiger Windlass 2013 Modified Bow pulpit for Asymetrical 2013 New stern rail 2012 Life lines 2010 Tack Tick Wind 2010 Tack Tick multi-function 2011 ALL HALYARDS HI-TECH Main Halyard 2013 V-100 Both Spin Halyards 2011 VPC Jib Halyard 2011 T-900 Spin Sheets 2011 Endura Braid Guys 2012 ?high tech Jib sheet 2010 ?? Something High Tech New fiberglass propane bottle 2013 Autopilot motor and computer 2010 Re-bedded all deck hardware and hatches 2013 New glass for hatches 2011 Stereo speaker 2013 Stereo 2011
- 12 Volt DC electrical system with 125/205 VAC shore Power. Deluxe Electrical control panel, Inverter, Battery Charger, Marine Batteries. Shore power cord. Navigation Lights. Engine room blower, many other deluxe aspects making her very well fit.
- New LED stern light (2013) New LED Masthead tri-color (2013) New Steaming and decklight (2013) New docklines (2013) New fenders with covers (2013) Max Prop was re-conditioned
- BROKERS COMMENTARY
- "Robin" is a timeless and successful classic, graceful and fast, ready to hold her own with some of the best yachts. Everything that could be said has been said about Ted Hood and Little Harbor Yachts: they are truly the apogee of yacht design and construction. "Robin" will make her new owners proud as she has her previous owners. She will grace any harbor, and when at anchor, while rowing away from her, the owner will keep eyes glued to her beauty, as she swings on her mooring; and under sail, she's stiff, strong and fast. With so many important updates, she is ready for new ownership. For sale only due to a change in plans on the owners part, to purchase a larger vessel.
- 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.
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