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2000 38 (ft.) Beneteau 38

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General Information

Listing# 151064

Ft lauderdale, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
38 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Number of Engines

General Details

Private Owner Vessel - Never Chartered

2 - Cabins, One head w/shower

Air Conditioned - Nice interior - excellent exterior condition

Unique Mast - can be used as in-mast roller furling, or Fully Battened Conventional sail w/ Stack-pack System

Shallow Draft - Diesel Engine - w/Low hours

Fully equipped - Ready to Cruise - or, Short Excursions, or, Day Sail

Please Call Listing Broker for more information



LOA......... 38 ft Beam ....... 12 ft 10 In Draft............. 5 ft 4 in Displacerment . 14,990 lb Bridge Clearence.. 50 ft Engioe : Westerbeke 42 HP Diesel ( 1240 hours) Factory Air conditioning Fuel........40 Gal Water... 127 gal Holding... 22 gal
2 Cabins - 1 Head w/shower Air Conditioned Forward Cabin : Double Berth ( 6/7": lomg,  4'1" width) Hanging locker, shelving, cabinets Wash Basin w/ presurized water Aft Cabin: large Double berth Hanging locker
Salon & Galley
Circular Dinette - Converts to Double Berth to Starbd Large Bench Settee to Port Storage cabinets & Shelving Headroom 6'6" Nav Station - Chart table w/ storage, Forward facing seat, insturmants Head:  Fiberglass liner, manual marine head, Shower, wash basin & Vanity   GALLEY: Separate Refrigerator( front load)  and Freezer (top Load) both Adler Barbour 12 volt electric Double SS sink w/ Hot -Cold  presurized water Formica Counter SS 2 burner stove and oven        
Westerbeke 42 HP diesel engine - (1240) hours 3 blade fixed prop Dripless shaft seal ( stuffing box) Electric Bilge pump & manual bilge pump Cockpit shower\ 6 gal hot water heater 110v & engine   
• Rig lightning grounded • Conduit for options - transom to chart table, mast to chart table, mast step to cockpit area (transducers), anchor locker to forward bunk (electric windlass) • 12 volt control panel - 14 functions • 12 volt socket at the chart table • 12 volt control panel - 14 functions • 110 volt control panel under chart table • 110 volt outlets - (1) in each cabin, head, galley, salon and at chart table • 110 volt shore power outlet on transom • Halogen overhead lighting in cabins, salon, galley • Fluorescent tube lighting in galley & head • Reading lights in each cabin • Nav station light • Independent switches for lights • Light on cockpit table • Courtesy light in companionway • Bi-color nav light • Stern light • Combination deck and steaming light • Anchor light ELECTRONICS - Nav Station Raytheon RC631 chart plotter JCV Stereo Standard Horizion VHF Garmin 72 Portable GPS West Marine portable VHF ELECTRONICS - HELM Raymarine R70c chart plotter Raymarine tri data ( speed, depth, log) ST6000 Auto pilot ST60 wind directionand speed Remote windlass control  
Sails and rigging
Main sail -fully battened with Doyle stack pack & lazy jacks ( 2013) 140% Genow - on roller furling syst Unique mast - with in-mast roller furling gear - boat can be converted to in-mast roller furling if new buyer wishes SS wire gging
Deck & Hull
MOORING & ANCHORING • Self-bailing chain locker with u-bolt • Stemhead with 2 rollers • (4) mooring cleats • (2) spring cleats at mid-ship • (4) fairleads (2 aft & 2 at mid-ship) • Electric windlass EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT HULL & DECK Oct. 2013 Complete waxing of boat, from deck/cockpit to waterline • Transom swim platform with S/S swim ladder and hinged transom door • (1) Cockpit locker to starboard • (1) Locker for 2 gas bottles beneath heimsman's seat to port • (1) Locker beneath helmsman's seat to starboard • Teak inlaid cockpit seats • Cockpit console with wheel and compass, space for installation of electronic equipment, table with fold down leaves, drained storage compartment, and a cockpit light. • (1) Winch handle pocket • Cockpit shower • Halyard neatening cleats aft of coach roof STEERING SYSTEM • Carbon fiber rudder, shaft, and quadrant. • S/S leather wrapped steering wheel (42") • Emergency tiller DECK GEAR • S/S bow pulpit • S/S stern rail with lifering holder and flag staff holder. • Stern rail seats • S/S stanchions • (2) Sets of covered S/S lifelines with large gates • (2) Teak handrails on coachroof • (1) Dorade vent for ventilation of salon • Aluminum toe-rails • (2) Genoa tracks with adjustable cars and plunger stops • (2) Genoa foot blocks with jammers • (2) 48 CST Lewmar primary genoa sheet winches, mounted on cockpit coaming • Roller furling genoa system, with drum installed above deck • Mainsheet track on coachroof • (1) 40 CST Lewmar winch for mainsheet and halyards mounted on coachroof • All halyards and reefing lines led back to cockpit - genoa and main halyards are jammed off and stowed at the mast • (6) Spinlock clutch stoppers on port coachroof • (2) Winch handles  
Manufacturer Description
The Oceanis 381 is a performance sailing yacht which corresponds well to Beneteau's philosophy on cruising. The standard mainsail is roller furling, but a classic mast is available. The furling drum for the genoa is positioned above the deck so that the area around the windlass is uncluttered. The shroud chainplates are well centered, guaranteeing an efficient sheeting angle while making it easier to move around the sidedecks, and the primary (self-tailing) winches are within arm's reach of the helmsman. The large cockpit has a steering wheel console, a table with flaps and lockers, mainsail track moved forward on the coachroof, molding for the extra wide sprayhood (option), sunbathing area forward, and a recessed windlass in the large anchor well. The Oceanis 381 comes in two versions: the owner's version with two large double cabins (three cabin optional) and L-shaped galley to starboard, and the charter version with lateral galley. Both give an exceptionally comfortable saloon for 6 to 8 people with natural lighting and ventilation systems. The cabinetry is in cherry stained mahogany and the lockers are fitted with cane work doors. The head compartment has a marine toilet, shower, and hot and cold pressurized water (an optional forward head compartment is also offered).
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.