Rigged for single-handling and is easily single-handed.
Classic head-turning lines.
Teak interior with headroom throughout.
Teak tressel ceiling in salon and over master bed.
Boards Up--3' 3" draft.
Boards Down--6' 7" draft.
Complete rewire in 2005.
Raymarine GPS with remote.
Head with waste tank.
Separate full private hot shower.
Freezer/Fridge and Mircrowave.
Full (new/unused) canvas and window cockpit enclosure ($4,000).
New Interior and exterior cushions and sail covers 2005 ($6,000).
Extra set of exterior cushions.
Dual bow anchor rollers.
Wooden samson posts.
3 Water Tanks.
New fuel tank 2007.
Marine AC in 2009.
Original Westerbeke 46 Diesel with many
factory spares still in their bags.
Spools of line, extra line, extra mooring lines,
Large fenders, extra fenders, winch handles,
Extra boom, storm jib, CD/stereo, manual and
electric bilge pumps, two VHF units.
Tons of little things and various parts.
She needs some work, but there is nothing significantly wrong with her.
You can repair the sails and easily sail in the intercoastal. If you wish to take her into open water, she will need new sails. She will need some new line.
Bottom scrub every 30-45 days.
This is the only K38 ketch ever built...built by Jim Krogen specifically for his personal use. If you are interested in a K38...this is the king of all of them. K38's look a little like a pirate ship. With her mizzen, this one really looks like a pirate ship. She has not been on the market since the 1980's. This is a once-in-a-lifetime dream of a boat. She sails very well under autohelm and manueveres very well under power in tight quarters. She has a staggering amount of storage space, and an engine compartment which has enough room for four people work on her at the same time. The cockpit fits about 12 adults. This vessel does not have a fireplace. She has a queen bed and a V-berth. The stateroom closest to the companionway on other K38's was forfeited in lieu of a larger cockpit.