Sparkman & Stephens 38

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Boat Details

Make: Sparkman & Stephens
Model: 38
Year: 1979
LOA: 38ft/12m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Wood
Keel: Long Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Ancasta Ref: 31169
Vessel Name: Sage
Designed in 1975 by Olin Stephens as a yacht for mass production in the USA (Tartan 37). A plan for a British variant, the Condor 37, was developed for the European market and approximately 12 of these are known to exist. Construction of the tooling was completed in Falmouth in 1979. The timber plug to make the hull mould (which was always intended to be a finished yacht hull) was taken by H E Wright who fitted out and completed her as a cruiser racer. She has been cruised and raced successfully by the present owner for the last 12 years and has proven her speed and manageability on the classic race circuit. In previous ownership she was used as a sail training vessel.
Very well maintained and dry stored every winter, she is a stunning looking yacht in superb condition. She has the benefit of a more modern design which offers a lot of interior volume for the length, with the relatively high freeboard and wide beam adding to this interior space.

CONSTRUCTION
5 layers cold moulded diagonal mahogany planking, epoxy glued.
Steamed oak timbers all copper fastened.
Yacht laid teak deck glued to a marine plywood sub deck, Varnished teak cover boards, toe rails and king plank. Re-laid in 2008.
External lead ballast keel with bronze keel bolts. Skeg hung moulded GRP rudder with wheel steering.
Spacious self-draining cockpit with a bridge deck. All teak laid with varnished sides and coamings.

DIMENSIONS
LOA 11.42M/37'6"
LWL 9.51M/31'2"
Draft 2.12M/6'11"
Beam 3.53M/11'7"
RIGGING
Masthead single spreader bermudan sloop rig on a keel stepped alloy spar.
Alloy slab reefing boom and alloy spinnaker and jockey poles.
Stainless rigging to internal stainless chain plates
Hydraulic adjusting backstay
Emergency adjustable forestay.
Secondary (Emergency forestay with ‘Wichard’ tensioner)
Spinnaker pole, 2 x Jockey poles.
Light and heavy airs spinnaker sheets
Twin masthead spinnaker halyards
Genoa halyard
Main halyard
Emergency headsail halyard
Adjustable babystay
Windex/masthead VHF antennae
Masthead tricolor
Steaming light
Deck light

SAILS
Main - Westaway - 8 years - Good
Genoa (110%) - Westaway - 6 years - Good (with UV strip
Genoa (125%) - Westaway - 8 years - Excellent (with hoist able cover)
Spinnaker - Westaway - 8 years - Good
Spinnaker - Dart Sails - 3 years - Excellent
Storm Jib
Storm Trysail
Snuffer for spinnaker
Many recent sails. Working sails valeted every year and in excellent condition

DECK GEAR
3 x Reef lines, main halyard, vang led aft to cockpit
4 x Lewmar self-tailing cockpit winches
2 x Lewmar pit winches (Main halyard,Reef lines, Vang,)
2 x Lewmar self-tailing halyard winches at mast
Spinlock rope clutches
Genoa tracks and cars (replaced 2008)
6 berths including a double quarter cabin, single quarter berth, pilot berth and two saloon settee berths. New cushions (2009)
Large galley with gimballed Force 10 gas stove, twin stainless sinks and plenty of storage.
Heads compartment forward of saloon with toilet sink and shower.
Forepeak stowage for sails and warps.
Huge lazarette stowage area
Hot and cold pressurised water to heads and galley. Shower replaced 2012.
Force 10 gas brass cabin heater.
Red/white switchable LED lighting to saloon, heads and nav station.
Natural ventilation from Goiot deck hatches and dorade box ventilation over galley and nav station.
Volvo Penta 3cyl diesel with a sail drive. Installed new in 2000. Engine, sail drive and prop serviced annually.
3 blade feathering ‘J’ propeller gives 6 knots cruising speed. Spare – Volvo2 x blade alloy prop.
20 gallon stainless fuel tank.
New stainless steel fresh water tanks 2012, along with calorifier off engine and mains power. Pump system replaced in 2012.
4 x 110AH batteries 2013/14
Inverter 2012
Shore Power
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Compass: Sestral Binnacle compass
Sounder: Tacktick
Log: Tacktick
Wind: Tactick (Integrated with pilot)
Radios; Fixed VHF/DSC with remote handset
Radar: B&G Antennae on ‘Scanstrut’canting bracket
Auto-pilot: B&G (Pilot motor is Autohelm)
Wind vane: Monitor
GPS: B&G and MLR FX 312
Chart Plotter: B&G
AIS Receiver

SAFETY
Navigation lights
Avon 8 man liferaft (Out of service)
5 Lifejackets
2 x Horseshoe Lifebuoy
1 Inflatable Danbuoy
Jackstays
2 Fire Extinguishers
EPIRB
Grab bag
Emergency MOB recovery ladder
Fire blanket
Gas alarm
Emergency tiller
Emergency fuel shut off
Flare pack

OTHER
Manual windlass
60M Chain
1 25kg CQR Bower (Kong Swivel connector)
1 15kg Bruce (Kedge Anchor)
8’ Inflatable dinghy
Mooring warps
Fenders
3 x manual bilge pumps (2 x cockpit operated, 1 x Internal)
Shore Power
Inverter
4 Batteries (110 AH) 2013/14
Cockpit cushions
Mainsail cover
Genoa cover
Sprayhood
Dodgers
Cockpit speakers
CD player and interior speakers
Cockpit table
Cockpit tent/awning
Boathook
Solid teak wash board and lightweight clear acrylic washboard
This S&S classic has been superbly maintained throughout its lifetime and is a real diamond. I would encourage booking an appointment to view if she has caught your eye, she is a must see.
Please call Ancasta Dartmouth on +44 (0)0803 752498 to book an appointment.