|Model:Cold Moulded Sloop 38|
|LOA:||11.63 m/38 ft|
|Length:||11.58 m/38 ft|
|Width:||3.44 m/11 ft|
|Fuel Capacity:||17 gallon|
|Fresh water capacity:||70 gallon|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
Built in Western Australia, this 1979 cold-molded sloop of Oregon pine is a well-balanced sailing boat and a proven world cruiser. She is comfortable and roomy for her size. She has been well maintain by her current owner of 34 years and has cruised extensively from Australia to the Caribbean. Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office email: call - Phone number removed - 422 6418
Accommodations include 3 berths in 2 cabins. There is full standing headroom and good ventilation throughout. In the forepeak: Large double berth with large opening hatch above and access to anchor locker forward. Moving aft and to port is the head and wash basin with counter space and storage. Opposite to starboard is the hanging locker. Following this is the saloon with table and seating to port, settee to starboard both usable as berths. Galley lies to port with 2 burner propane cooker with grill and oven, fridge & freezer and stainless sink; plenty of storage and cupboard space. To starboard are the chart table and electrical switch board and a quarter berth (currently used for storage but easily reverted back).
Located centrally aft of the saloon is the 1994 Perkins Perama 30hp diesel engine in excellent running condition. Various engine spares are included.
4 x 6 volt, deep cycle house batteries (2015) 1 x Engine starter battery 1 x Anchor windless battery 110 volt shore power system 3 x 80 watt Solar Panel Kiss Wind Generator 110 volt /12 volt Battery charger Inverter
Spars and Sails
Masthead Bermudan cutter rigged with aluminum mast and boom. Whisker pole, s/s standing rigging (1996). Slab reefed main. Profurl headsail furling system. Sheet winches: 2 x Barlow 26; 2 x Barlow 16. Halyard winches: 1 x Lewmar 8 & 1 x Lewmar self-tailing. Other winches: Barlow 20
Mainsail, Dacron – Good condition + 2 spares 2 x Jibs, Dacron – Good condition 1 x Yankee, Dacron – Good condition x Staysail, Dacron – Good condition
45lb CQR anchor 33lb Bruce anchor 50lb Danforth anchor 200ft Chain Simpson Lawrance windless Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires Sprayhood & awning (red) Outboard hoist Various warps and fenders Cockpit table
Rigel steering compass Piranha depth sounder MK15 Raytheon radar Handheld GPS Standard Horizon VHF radio with AIS Belt driven autopilot Fleming wind vane self -steering system Clock & Barometer Navigation lights
Horseshoe life buoys Life jackets Fire blanket Emergency tiller
BBQ Avon 9’ 6” dinghy Taylor diesel heater Galley cutlery and crockery included Security bars for companion way and windows.
Cold-molded of 3 layers (1 longitudinal, 2 diagonal) Oregon pine (also known as Douglas fir) and dynel sheathed. Hull is 25mm thick. Keel, skeg & rudder are steel. All 36 keel bolts were replaced in 2013. Keel was removed, sandblasted & painted in 2013. Deck is plywood & fiberglass sheathed. Built by designer/ builder in Bunbury, Western Australia. First launched in 1979.
This vessel has had the same owner for the past 34 years & has cruised extensively from Australia to the Caribbean
Sundancer III has an Australian registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.