Trireme 38 for sale | 11.90m (39'1") | 1988 | 1x diesel 48hp | Steel Construction | Fin underwater profile | 4 berths | Boat REF# 162726
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|Builder||B.A & J. Evans|
Discounts available from our Preferred Partners
|Fuel capacity||386.0 ltr (84.9 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||450.0 ltr (99.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 48hp|
|Engine make and model||BMC (1988)|
|Engine Hours||Not Recorded|
|Prop(s)||3 Blade Fixed|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||2.8 ltr (0.6 G) /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||5 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||6.5 knots|
PRM 160 Gearbox 2/1 ratio. Both fuel tanks can be tested for water at the very lowest point.
Three 105Ah batteries new in May 2008.
The Electrical control panel is supplied via three 30 Amp circuit breakers. One circuit breaker feeds Bus Bars which supplies power to the Starboard side of the boat. The second feeds Bus Bars which supplies power to the Port side of the Boat & the third is spare.
All wires are numbered, Odd numbers being negative wires & Even numbers being positive wires. Comprehensive wiring manual. Good engine access on three sides. All mechanical and electrical installations are first class and reflect the owners engineering background.
|Draft Min||2.00m (6'7")|
|Draft Max||2.00m (6'7")|
Rig10% discount on rigging
Sloop rigged Z Spars Aluminium spars (1988) with galvanised standing rigging (unknown year)
SailsDiscounts available from our Preferred Partners
|Mainsail||- Slab (2005) Stack Pack, Lazy Jacks,|
|Headsail||- Furling (2005)|
|Other sails||No 1 Furling Jib (1988)|
|No 2 Hank on Jib (1988)|
|No 1 Hank on Staysail (1988)|
|No 2 Hank on Staysail (1988)|
|Storm Jib (1988)|
+ 1 Reef Winch. Stay sail stay and furler stay are 9mm Stainless Steel. The top & bottom rotator units on the Profurl Roller reefing system were returned to Profurl in 2002 & fitted with new bearings.(the old bearings worked fine but had gone a touch notchy).
The standing rigging,apart from the furler & staysail stay is 3/8" galvanised wire. It has been oiled annually with boiled linseed oil & is in first class condition. The stainless steel furler stay had to be replaced in Malaysia when two wire strands were found to be broken.
12 volt, 3 batteries charged by: engine, wind generator, solar panels, shore power, generator
Construction10% discount on ultrasonic antifouling
Leading edge of keel is 60mm solid bar, cockpit drains are 3/8" walled pipe, the edges of the frames & Stringers were ground & then given two coats of Zinc Rich Epoxy primer, as were the plates where the frames & stringers touched. After the hull was welded up it was grit blasted inside and there was a line of grey paint between the hull plate, frames and stringers. The inside of the hull was then given nine coats of epoxy paint & today after 15 years of use the hull inside is as good now as when the boat was launched. It is felt that this extra work was well worth the effort, building long life into the hull as steel boats mainly corrode from the inside out. The hull consists of the following plate thicknesses: 15mm bottom of keel, 6mm sides of keel, 4mm bottom two plates of the hull and rest of hull is 3mm. The anchor locker comprises of a 25mm thick wooden box bolted to the frames and fibreglass lined to make it watertight and a flexible drain tube is fitted to the aft end of the box which can be drained into a container. This prevents any salt water coming into contact with the hull. Before the hull fit out started the interior of the hull (after the nine coats of paint mentioned above) was sprayed with granulated cork down to the waterline and then given two coats of matt paint. This combats condensation very well & the present owners spent three winters in Southampton with no condensation problems. After putting on the cork, ceilings were fitted to the frames in every locker which keeps locker contents off the hull and there is a flow of air everywhere in the boat between the ceilings and the hull. In Trinidad during the Summer season most boats have terrible mildew problems, This vessel has had none during her stay there. All hatches are made in stainless steel, with stainless steel hatch coamings. The 30 CM High stanchions are bolted and welded to the deck. Painted, Antifouled and fresh anodes installed
|Total # of berths||4|
|No. of double berths||1|
|No. of single berths||2|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Manual water system|
Double Sink in Galley. Brazilian Mahogany and Spruce interior with Iroko Ceilings and teak faced ply bulk heads. Taylors 030 Kerosene Cooker/Oven and the vessel carries 1 years supply of cooking fuel. The flue pipe for the reflex diesel heater passes through the locker ahead of the heater making it a very efficient airing cupboard. It is also possible to cook stews etc on the heater. Ample storage space and very nice furnishings throughout.
2 burner paraffin cooker
Furuno GP7000 chart plotter with cards for UK Ireland and European waters including The Canaries
4 halyard winches
4 sheet winches
Manual S&L 555 windlass
(45 Lbs CQR, 50 Lbs Danforth, 75 Lbs Fisherman, 20 Lbs Fisherman)
90.00m (295'3") of chain
50.00m (164'1") of warp
Aires windvane self-steering system
Caribe Rib dinghy (1998)
2.5hp outboard, Short Shaft (1998)
Safety Equipment10% Discount on courses
2 bilge pumps (1 manual / 1 Electric)
Ocean Flare Pack
4 Man hard Shell ocean life raft