Sailing BoatsSloopsTridentWarrior 38
The Warrior 38 is a much sought-after blue-water yacht popular with both larger sailing families and long-distance cruisers alike. The particular genius of the design by Bill Dixon and Angus Primrose is to fit 4 double cabins, that's 8 berths without using the saloon, and 2 heads, into a 38-footer without making it feel cramped. They also managed to give her masses of deck space and a large deep cockpit while maintaining handsome exterior lines: all in all quite an achievement. You might say the Warrior 38 sits mid-way between the much more expensive Halberg-Rassy and the more prosaic Moodys also designed by Dixon at the time. She is a definite must-see for anyone looking for a strong, capable coastal cruiser or planning to head off further afield in a boat this size. Capercallie was bought new by her previous owner in 1987 and was one of the last of the production run of 49. she was then purchased by her current owner in 2015 and has been well looked after and the immediate impression is of a yacht ready to cast off and go. The original teak deck was removed in the past and the deck re-faired and treadmaster fitted which was then sealed over with resin. This has proved a very durable solution and the boat is to this day 100% drip-free inside.
Additional Information Construction All-GRP hull, decks and cabin. Long fin keel with fully-encapsulated ballast. Semi-balanced skeg-hung rudder. Accommodation Sleeps 8 in four double cabins NOT including saloon, comprising: Starboard aft cabin, 2 single berths Port aft cabin, double berth and skipper's navigation area Mid-ships cabin to stbd. forward of saloon, 2 single berths (up and down) Forward cabin, v-berth sleeps 2 heads compartments forward and aft both with hot & cold water and showers The skipper's table & instruments in the aft cabin are a novel and useful feature, leaving the navigator undisturbed on a busy yacht and leaving the galley / saloon uncluttered. Galley The galley is situated on the port side and equipped with gas cooker with 2 burners, oven and grill. Also generous storage, 2 stainless steel sinks and a 12v refrigeration unit. The saloon table provides ample space for 8 persons eating together, with the space behind the central seat allowing free movement throughout the yacht even with everyone seated. Engine / Drivetrain Volvo-Penta MD17D 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated diesel, 36hp Volvo-Penta saildrive unit with 3-bladed folding propeller Engine fully serviced and reconditioned in 2010 Big end bearings were replaced and main injector pump for all 3 cylinders rebuilt in 2013 MFP2 Centrifugal pump purifier fitted Rig Cutter rigged sloop with aluminium spars, mast is deck-stepped Slab-reefed mainsail Inner and outer forestays both fitted with Furlex roller-reefing All stainless standing rigging renewed 2010 Running Rigging partly replaced 2016 Sails / Canvas Mainsail serviced yearly by Owen Sails Yankee headsail serviced by Owen Sails Staysail by Owen Sails new in 2013 Small jib headsail Cruising chute stowed in snuffer chute Small cruising chute for heavy weather Mainsail cover new 2009 by Owen Sails Sun deck awning covers deck from midships to backstay Tankage Water: 190 litres (50 gallon)stainless steel Calorifier hot water system heated by main engine to domestic pressurised water Fuel: 180 litres (40 gallon) Electronics / Navigation Plastimo compass VHF radio Raymarine chart plotter Separate GPS Speed/wind/depth/log (2000) Raymarine radar AIS Tranceiver fitted 2017 Raymarine Evolution Autopilot recently fitted New batteries fitted 2017 New battery charger fitted 2017 Anchoring Anchor windlass 45lbs CQR anchor with chain 1 Danforth anchor with chain and 100 metres of warp 2 lead weights and chain for use with the anchor angel and attachment to anchor chain Safety Navigation lights Lift aboard sling Lifebuoy Manual bilge pump Electric bilge pump Miscellaneous 4 Man liferaft 2016 Mast Ladder Tools, Spares etc Spray hood Mainsail boom cover Transom ladder Cockpit table Fenders and warps
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