1998 Alerion 38 Express
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This Alerion Express 38 Yawl 'Agnes B' is Hull #5, built in 1998. She has been meticulously cared for by the most recent owner over the last 7 years. As an experienced carpenter, the owner has used his skills to keep this vessel in excellent condition.
She comes equipped with the patented Hoyt Jib Boom, and Mizzen mast, providing you with a bevy of sail plans. These boats move quickly at all points of sail, and are extremely maneuverable. Take the helm and allow your 5 guests to relax from the comfort of the spacious cockpit. If you decide to stay for the weekend, no worries, as there are plenty of sleeping accommodations and 6'2" of standing headroom below.
- 38 Express
- Milford, CT, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- 4539 BL
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Dimensions & Weight
- 38 ft - 11.58 meter
- 38 ft 5 in - 11.71 meter
- 10 ft 9 in - 3.28 meter
- Draft - max:
- 6 ft 8 in - 2.03 meter
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- Cruise Speed:
- 7 MPH
- Joystick Control:
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- Fuel Type:
- 27 (Individual), 27 (combined)
- Max Speed:
- 9 MPH
- Fuel Tank:
- 30 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 75 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 20 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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Sleeping surfaces for five or six with custom memory foam inserts
Bright & Warm Herreshoff style interior with varnished teak and holly sole. Varnished Port Orford cedar strips line the cabin.
Large vee berth forward with filler, with shelves outboard and locker forward. There are two halogen reading lights in this cabin as well as 4 in the main cabin and 1 in the quarter berth.
Cedar-lined hanging locker to starboard and head to port with handheld shower, S/S single sink, and manual W.C. head (y-valve to holding tank or overboard discharge).
Port and starboard settees with drop leaf dining table
Large double quarter berth and nav table to port.
Galley is aft to starboard.
Sea Frost 12V DB3 refrigerator in insulated icebox.
Force 10 two burner LPG stove with oven.
S/S sink with hot and cold pressure water; also, foot pump for cold water.
6 gallon Atlantic Marine hot water heater.
Numerous lockers and drawers.
New VHF Radio and Handheld (2018)
Raytheon SL70C color GPS/Chart plotter (24 mile radar).
Raymarine 50 chart plotter.
Garmin 175 handheld GPS.
Autohelm ST5000 autopilot.
Autohelm Tri data, depth, knot log.
Plastimo bulkhead compass; Ritchie binnacle compass.
12V DC-110V AC systems.
NEW Group 27 engine start battery & 3 NEW Group 27 House Bank Batteries (2021)
Replaced Shore Power system - SmartPlug, galvanic isolator & battery charger (2015)
Bass AC-DC circuit breaker panels.
Guest heavy duty master switch
30 amp shore power cord.
Electric bilge pump; switch replaced (2016)
Manual gusher-type bilge pump.
HULL & DECK:
Fiberglass composite with balsa-coring with vinyl ester resin infused by the Scrimp method.
Dark blue Awlcraft paint on hull, red and white boot top, green bottom.
Fiberglass composite with balsa-cored decks with gray non-skid finish w/ minimal crazing
Soda blasted bottom, 3 coats Interprotect, 3 coats ablative bottom paint (2019)
Additional ablative coat (2020)
Varnished all Brightwork (2020)
Longitudinal hull stringers.
Rigid PVC rub rails with 1" teak toe rails; also, varnished teak trim, handrails, and cockpit coamings, in excellent condition.
Chainplated pulled and rebedded (2014)
9 S/S portholes, triple dogged.
3 Lewmar hatches with Lenses and handles replaced (2015)
Replaced all Portlight lenses (2016)
Tapered S/S stanchions; double lifelines with double gates.
New lifelines installed (2014)
S/S stern and bow rails.
Lewmar 12V anchor windlass.
Replaced anchor windlass motor and power cable (2017)
Anchor roller and anchor locker with double hatch.
Edson pedestal wheel steering, with cockpit table.
Custom balanced spade rudder, carbon fiber composite.
Custom shoal draft keel - 4'11" draft instead of 5'10"; keel is bulb shaped lead ballast and believed to be slightly more ballast than the standard 4200 lbs.
Two large storage lockers/lazarette on aft deck.
LPG tank located below aft starboard cockpit seat.
Cockpit bimini & Dodger; beige colored.
SAILS & RIGGING:
712 sq. ft. sail area; 53' mast height.
Yawl rig; Fractional rig - headstay attaches to mast about 6' below masthead.
Tapered aluminum masts and boom by Hall Spars, double spreaders, finished with white Awlgrip, and keel-stepped.
New Main Halyard (2021)
Carbon fiber mizzen mast by Hall Spars, free standing with no shrouds.
Aluminum mizzen boom by Hall Spars, Awlgripped white.
Carbon fiber Hoyt jib boom, Awlgripped white.
Harken MK II roller furler.
Sailtec hydraulic backstay.
Hall quick vang 6:1 purchase.
Lazy jack lines on mainsail.
Harken mainsheet traveler.
Starboard primary sheet winch is electric Lewmar 44 S.T. Port is not electric, but Lewmar 44 S.T.
Two secondary Lewmar 40 S.T. winches, one is an electric main halyard.
North Sails Jib (New 2015)
Original mizzen (1998)
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
Single 1998 Yanmar 3GM30F diesel, 27 hp, 3 cylinder, FWC.
Cruising speed: 6 knots @ 2700-3000 RPM.
Maximum speed: 7.5 knots @ 3600 RPM.
Kanzaki KM2P 2.06:1 transmission.
1" S/S shaft; 2 bladed Martec folding prop.
Racor fuel filter.
Bronze stuffing box.
Water lift muffler.
Svitlik 4 person life raft (due for service)
Extra Shore Power Cord
Inflatable PFDs (may need re-arming)
Brass clock and barometer, Weems & Plath
Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo system
First Aid kit
Lifesling w/ block and tackle
Lewmar 12V anchor windlass with remote
Recessed anchor locker
LPG shutoff at stove
Double wide sleeping bag that fits v-berth
20 HT Danforth anchor with chain and 200' 5/8" rode
Many Dock Lines & fenders
1-10 lb. aluminum LPG tank
S/S transom ladder
Saltwater wash down pump
Toast-colored Dodger, with extra grab rail
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.