£87,950 (Tax Paid)

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  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • 1992 Malo 38
  • Malo 38 galley
  • Malo 38 Saloon back through galey view
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  • Malo 38 interior
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  • Malo 38 interior
  • Malo 38 galley
Built in 1992. Malo 38 with so many updates viewing has to be recommended. Since 2007 she has had a new engine, sails, standing and running rigging, copperbot, GMDSS VHF etc etc - a short flight will certainly reward the purchaser prepared to travel

Location: San Carles, Spain
Listing office: Falmouth

£87,950 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: MALO
Model: 38
Year: 1992
LOA: 38ft/12m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Centre Cockpit
Berths: 7
Cabins: 2
Aft Cabins: 1
Ancasta Ref: 30299
Vessel Name: Salty Scorcher
BUILT by MALO YACHTS, in Sweden in 1992
44 units from this popular 38' model have been built from 1988 to 1995.
Hull and superstructure in white GRP
Teak deck, cockpit and cabin roof Semco applied to maintain golden lustre
Hull ; Epoxy and three coats of copper coat applied 2013
Wheel steered

L.O.A: 11.65m 38'2''
L.W.L: 9.20m 30'1''
Beam: 3.37m 11'
Draught: 1.70m 5'6''
Displacement: 6.5t
Ballast: 3 t
Sloop rig
Stainless steel standing rigging - ((new 2007)
Emergency adjustable forestay - (new 2013)
Furlex 200 (new 2012)
Slab reefing (3 reefs)
Stack pack (new 2007)
Spinnaker pole
New halyards 2013

Main Sail (fully batten) (new 2007)
Genoa (new 2007)
Storm jib (new 2013)
Working Jib (new 2007)

Two Andersen self tailing two speed 48 winches - cockpit mounted
Two Andersen self tailing winches - cockpit mounted
Two Andersen 26 winches - mast mounted
One Andersen mainsheet winch - mast mounted
Forepeak with double berth
Dining area with central table
Full size chart table and Nav station
Interior joinery mahogany
Blue upholstery (new 2007)
1.9 m headroom
Galley with Force 10 gas cooker with oven
Double bowl stainless steel sinks
Isotherm 12v refrigerator
Heads compartment with Jabstow marine WC
Handbasin and shower
Nordic cabin heating (provided by blown air from engine)
Full size
Aft cabin with double berth
BETA MARINE 38HP - replaced in 2012
(500 hours Jan 2016)
Cutlass bearing (new 2012)
Shaft drive
Folding propeller (new 2013)
Spare 3 bladed prop (new 2007)
Bow thruster (12v)

2 X 12v Batteries - 100AH
1 X 12v Battery - 100AH
1 X 12v Battery - 80AH
Charged by alternator
Shore power
240v electrical system with three pin sockets
230v generator (by separate negotiation)

Water 450 Litres 100 Gallons (Twin tanks, located forepeak berth and cockpit locker )
Fuel 100 Litres 22 Gallons (Located in keel)
Black water holding tank (stainless steel)
Pipework (new 2012)

Pressurised hot & cold water system (new shower and freshwater pumps 2009)
Heated by calorifier

Sunto compass
Raymarine ST60 Tridata wind/speed/depth
Raymarine radar (new 2008)
Raymarine C80 Chartplotter/GPS
AIS reciever
Autohelm autopilot
Garmin 120 GPS back up
Icom DSC VHF with command microphone in cockpit
Cockpit speakers
Navtex (new 2014)

Lofrans Electric Windlass
Two 35lb anchors
40m chain and warp
Anchor chain emerges through bow under pulpit
Bow rollers for additional anchor/mooring

Teak table with Malo logo inlaid
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Navigation lights
Spray hood (new 2007) and dodgers
Cockpit canopy (new 2007)
Cockpit cover
Gas detector
Searchlight & Horn
Warps & Fenders
Spare halyards
Radio CD

Danbouy with night light
ISO 9960 8 man life raft Serviced January 2016
Rescue horse shoe plus 40m floating line
Two Dp fire extinguishers
One Foam fire extinguisher
Fire Blanket
Offshore flare pack (good to 2017)
Hand held VHF
Six life jackets
Life raft in deck canister (good to 2019)
Grab bag
8 survival suits
Mast mounted radar reflector
Blowup radar reflector for life raft (by separate negotiation)

"Salty Scorcher" has the benefit of having been brought up to charter specification and although coded has never been used as a charter boat. The most obvious advantage being the high level of safety on board. Her very knowledgeable owner prepared her for almost every eventuality when planning the voyage down to San Carles and although she had all her standing rigging replaced in 2008 he took the precautionary measure of having all the bottle screws replaced before departing these shores in 2012.
For further information and viewings contact Tara or SImon on 01326 211007