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1981 38 (ft.) KROGEN 38 Cutter

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General Information

Listing# 17228

Price
$69,900.00
Location
PANAMA CITY, FL, United States
Manufacturer
KROGEN
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1981
Year Built
1981
Category
Sailboats
Designer
Krogen
Model
38 Cutter
Status
Used
Length
38 (ft.)
Manufacturer Length
39.41667
Minimum Draft
3.333333
Maximum Draft
6.5
Beam
21'8"
LOA
38'2"
Displacement
22000
Ballast
7000
Fuel Tank Material
Westerbeake
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
50
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
41
Engine Hours
4830

General Details

The Krogen 38 is a heavily built GRP tandem centreboard shoal draft cutter. With her boards up she draws just three feet, and yet can still perform well offshore. She has a beautiful traditionally-styled teak-panelled interior, with two double private cabins, plus a large saloon. 

 
 
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(2) 12V 4D PowerTron house batteries ('10)

•     Maintenance free Starter battery

•     Battery  selector switch

•    United  Ocean Industries breaker panel

•    ProTech i-Series 40A multi-bank 3-stage charger '11

•    West Marine 30A battery charger

•     Alternator with  3-step charge regulator

•     30A shorepower connection w/ cord.

 

 

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Hatch mounted Crusair AC unit

•     Fire extinguishers

•    Fenders and docklines

Magma propane grill with cover

•     Many spare parts

•     S/S transom swim ladder

•     Life vests and Lifesling

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Engine & Mechanical Equipment
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      Edson rack & pinion steering

•     Rulematic bilge pump with 3 position switch

•     Whale Gusher manual bilge pump

•     Racor fuel filter

•     FireBoy system in engine compartment

 

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Sails and Rigging
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Double thickness partially battened mainsail w/ 2 reef p       

 

Jiffy Jax sail flaking system ('11)

•    Harken roller furling on headstay

•     100% Yankee

•     Hank-on staysail,self taking boom and traveler

•     Asymmetrical chute

•     4" dia. telescoping whisker pole w/ stanchion mounts

•     S/S wire standing rigging

•     #55, #44, #40 Lewmar winches

•     Aluminum keel stepped mast

 

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Hull and Deck
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Hull GRP w/PVC foam core

•    Deck GRP flush deck w/ balsa core

Molded dodger combing

 

•    Internal lead ballast

 

Manual windlass

 

•    Bronze hawsepipes

•    35# CQR anchor with 50' chain & 150' rode

•     10# aluminum Fortress anchor with  50' chain & 150' rode

•     20# Danforth hi-tensile  fluke anchor

Anchor washdown system

•    (2) Sampson posts

 

•    Teak and S/S boom gallows

 

Dodger

 

Binnacle and wheel covers

•    Cockpit awning

•    Canvas and rip-stop nylon deck sunshades

•    (1) dorade

(3) cowel vents

 

•    (3) Nicro solar vents

 

•    (10) Bronze opening ports

•     (4) opening hatches

•     Bottom paint stripped and barrier coated '09

•     Bottom paint '11

 

 

 

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•     Danforth Constellation 4 1/2" compass

•     Garmin GPSMAP 76CSx

•     Cetec Benmar autopilot

•     Raymarine ST60 depth finder

•     Raymarine ST60 knotmeter

Raymarine windspeed/direction (not installed)

•     Datamarine windspeed/direction (functional)

•     Apelco VHF radio

•     Windex wind vane

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Galley
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•     Deep S/S sink with H/C pressure water

•     Hille Range 3-burner propane stove w/oven (gimbaled)

•     Aft propane locker with #20 aluminum LPG cylinder

•     Atwood 6 gal. 120V AC water heater with heat exchanger (new element in '09)

•     (2) refrigeration compartments

•     Adler Barbour ColdMachine 12V DC refrigeration (requires service)

•     (3) Drawers, (9) Lockers

•     (6) Sliding door storage compartments

•     LPG solenoid control

 

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Sail Magazine Article "Nothing really new," shrugs James Krogen describing this tandem centerboard cutter, but in fact her designer has taken tried and true elements and combined them into a refreshingly able and versatile cruiser. The Krogen 38 mixes more than traditional good looks and passage making sturdiness. She's beamy enough to provide exceptional room, sufficiently shoal draft to be a serious gunkholer, and cleverly rigged and designed to make sailing easy

for a small crew. She sails well, too. With a bowsprit, clipper bow, trailboards, bobstay, curved sheer, ports in her sheer stripe, gallows frame, and aft-raked transom stern, the Krogen 38 definitely has the look of boats gone by. Teak-capped overhead "beams" and abundant teak paneling carry the "shippy" look below. There is nothing antiquated, though, in the way Krogen has organized her to provide both living room and sailing power.
The heart of the large living area below is the saloon. It's big enough to house a fireplace, which is standard equipment. While the athwartships double berth aft is obviously no sea berth and might even be untenable in a roIly anchorage, it utilizes space well enough to allow the after stateroom to be exceptionally palatial. While there is but one head (forward), there are wash basins with pressure water in the two prime sleeping areas. Locker space and ventilation are both generous.

Big beam coupled with a hefty (over 30 percent) ballast displacement ratio make the Krogen 38 a very stiff centerboarder. That in turn allows her to carry a big, tall rig for maximum horsepower. The cutter configuration allows a workable double head rig, thus making sail units manageable. The afterboard aids performance and handling by making it possible to balance her helm on all points of sail. The forward board is an airfoil that resides

in a trunk with a similarly shaped opening. This not only affords in- creased lift, but minimizes turbulence in the space between board and slot.

Built in Taiwan of fiberglass/ polyvinyl chloride foam sandwich, her standard equipment includes a Pathfinder 42-horsepower diesel, a propane stove with oven, a complete bonding system for electrical grounding, and hot and cold pressure water

 

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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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Accommodations
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      Custom queen aft cabin with vanity, mirror (when dropped, doubles as a chart table), medicine cabinet and large hanging locker.

V-berth with small vanity and hanging locker.

•     6'5" headroom

•     Force 10 propane furnace with S/S flue

•     Raritan macerating electric toilet

•     Holding tank

•     GFCI outlets

•     Interior teak strip plank bulkheads

•     Solid teak and holly sole

•     Fiberglass headliner w/ transverse teak strips

•     Exceptional teak joinery cabinets and doors

•                Fusion iPod docking station head unit w/ 2 90W cockpit speakers and 240W Jensen subwoofer.

•     RCA stereo in main saloon

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Krogen 38 Cutter

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(2) 12V 4D PowerTron house batteries ('10)

•     Maintenance free Starter battery

•     Battery  selector switch

•    United  Ocean Industries breaker panel

•    ProTech i-Series 40A multi-bank 3-stage charger '11

•    West Marine 30A battery charger

•     Alternator with  3-step charge regulator

•     30A shorepower connection w/ cord.

 

 

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Additional Information
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Extra Value

 

Hatch mounted Crusair AC unit

•     Fire extinguishers

•    Fenders and docklines

Magma propane grill with cover

•     Many spare parts

•     S/S transom swim ladder

•     Life vests and Lifesling

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Title
Engine & Mechanical Equipment
Description

 

      Edson rack & pinion steering

•     Rulematic bilge pump with 3 position switch

•     Whale Gusher manual bilge pump

•     Racor fuel filter

•     FireBoy system in engine compartment

 

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Sails and Rigging
Description

 

Double thickness partially battened mainsail w/ 2 reef p       

 

Jiffy Jax sail flaking system ('11)

•    Harken roller furling on headstay

•     100% Yankee

•     Hank-on staysail,self taking boom and traveler

•     Asymmetrical chute

•     4" dia. telescoping whisker pole w/ stanchion mounts

•     S/S wire standing rigging

•     #55, #44, #40 Lewmar winches

•     Aluminum keel stepped mast

 

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Hull and Deck
Description

Hull GRP w/PVC foam core

•    Deck GRP flush deck w/ balsa core

Molded dodger combing

 

•    Internal lead ballast

 

Manual windlass

 

•    Bronze hawsepipes

•    35# CQR anchor with 50' chain & 150' rode

•     10# aluminum Fortress anchor with  50' chain & 150' rode

•     20# Danforth hi-tensile  fluke anchor

Anchor washdown system

•    (2) Sampson posts

 

•    Teak and S/S boom gallows

 

Dodger

 

Binnacle and wheel covers

•    Cockpit awning

•    Canvas and rip-stop nylon deck sunshades

•    (1) dorade

(3) cowel vents

 

•    (3) Nicro solar vents

 

•    (10) Bronze opening ports

•     (4) opening hatches

•     Bottom paint stripped and barrier coated '09

•     Bottom paint '11

 

 

 

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Electronics and Navagation
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•     Danforth Constellation 4 1/2" compass

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Sail Magazine Article

"Nothing really new," shrugs James Krogen describing this tandem centerboard cutter, but in fact her designer has taken tried and true elements and combined them into a refreshingly able and versatile cruiser. The Krogen 38 mixes more than traditional good looks and passage making sturdiness. She's beamy enough to provide exceptional room, sufficiently shoal draft to be a serious gunkholer, and cleverly rigged and designed to make sailing easy

for a small crew. She sails well, too. With a bowsprit, clipper bow, trailboards, bobstay, curved sheer, ports in her sheer stripe, gallows frame, and aft-raked transom stern, the Krogen 38 definitely has the look of boats gone by. Teak-capped overhead "beams" and abundant teak paneling carry the "shippy" look below. There is nothing antiquated, though, in the way Krogen has organized her to provide both living room and sailing power.

The heart of the large living area below is the saloon. It's big enough to house a fireplace, which is standard equipment. While the athwartships double berth aft is obviously no sea berth and might even be untenable in a roIly anchorage, it utilizes space well enough to allow the after stateroom to be exceptionally palatial. While there is but one head (forward), there are wash basins with pressure water in the two prime sleeping areas. Locker space and ventilation are both generous.

Big beam coupled with a hefty (over 30 percent) ballast displacement ratio make the Krogen 38 a very stiff centerboarder. That in turn allows her to carry a big, tall rig for maximum horsepower. The cutter configuration allows a workable double head rig, thus making sail units manageable. The afterboard aids performance and handling by making it possible to balance her helm on all points of sail. The forward board is an airfoil that resides

in a trunk with a similarly shaped opening. This not only affords in- creased lift, but minimizes turbulence in the space between board and slot.

Built in Taiwan of fiberglass/ polyvinyl chloride foam sandwich, her standard equipment includes a Pathfinder 42-horsepower diesel, a propane stove with oven, a complete bonding system for electrical grounding, and hot and cold pressure water