1983 Shannon 38
The Shannon 38’ Ketch is recognized as one the world’s best sailboats. This Shannon 38 is one of the best maintained and equipped Shannons on the market!
Interphase forward looking depth/sonar
5 sails excellent condition
New canvas 2015
Topsides Teak Refinished 2015
Both Masts Removed and Painted 2013
$$$$ Spare Parts
This yacht is sail ready with recent survey valued at $100,000 by a very reputable local surveyor!
Don’t miss out on this Beauty! Call for an appointment to see for yourself!
- St Petersburg, FL, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Boat Type:
- Hull Material:
- Hull Type:
- Hull Color:
- GH Stadel & Son
- Flag of Registry:
Dimensions & Weight
- 38 ft - 11.58 meter
- 37 ft 9 in - 11.51 meter
- 11 ft 6 in - 3.51 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft 3 in - 1.6 meter
- Bridge Clearance:
- Dry Weight:
- Cruise Speed:
- Joystick Control:
- Engine Type:
- Drive Type:
- Fuel Type:
- 40 (Individual), 40 (combined)
- Max Speed:
- Total Cabins:
- Total Berths:
- Total Sleeps:
- Total Heads:
- Captains Cabin:
- Crew Cabins:
- Crew Berths:
- Crew Sleeps:
- Crew Heads:
Below deck the Shannon 38 impresses with her all Teak interior, her spaciousness and arrangement of accommodations. From the generous owner’s cabin forward, move aft to starboard to the large head with shower and hanging locker to starboard. Moving aft, the main salon is an airy well lighted area, with ample ventilation, plenty of storage and long settees that slide out, equipped with lee cloths they can be used as berths. There is a large folding teak table large enough to accommodate several guest for dinner. Moving aft to port is the well-equipped nav station and electric panel. Opposite is the galley with a new double stainless sink, LPG stove/oven and holding plate refrigeration/freezer. A very nice arrangement usually found on larger and newer boats.
Molded laminate of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) further reinforced with stringers, bulkheads and other transverse and longitudinal members bonded to the hull structure. Teak rub rails mounted port and starboard. Hull/Deck Joint, Return flange on the hull with deck overlapping joined with an adhesive sealant and mechanical fasteners.
Extended teak bow platform with twin anchor rollers, stainless steel bow rail, stern rail and stanchions, double vinyl coated wire rope lifelines, swim ladder, teak: toe rails house trim, hand grabs, dorade boxes coamings, cockpit trim and bin boards, two teak and plastic deck hatches, FRP: sea hood, propane/lazarette locker hatch, cockpit seat hatch and a teak sliding hatch, two plastic cowls for dorade vents, steering pedestal with guard electronics mount and drink holder and table, 12 bronze portlights, bimini top, dodger, deck blocks, line stoppers, numerous canvas covers, genoa tracks, stainless steel dinghy davits, rod holder, solar panels, deck plates, lines, chocks, cleats, fenders, and sundry other deck gear.
Molded, cored FRP laminate incorporating the cabin house, foredeck, side decks, cockpit and coamings in one contiguous structure. Tread Master style non-skid panels molded in where appropriate.
MASTS Both are painted, extruded aluminum single spreader sections. Main is stepped to the keel and is outfitted with rigging, winches, light fixtures, masthead Windex and wind instruments. Mizzen is stepped below decks and is fitted with rigging, winch, radome, antenna and ion dissipater.
BOOMS Painted aluminum main and mizzen booms.
STANDING RIGGING Main: Twin headstays with one fitted with a Schaefer System 2100 roller furling system, two upper shrouds, two intermediate, four lower shrouds with ratlines and a backstay with split legs.
Mizzen: two upper shrouds, four lower shrouds
Construction: Stainless steel rod rigging
RUNNING RIGGING Rope halyards, main sheet traveler and braided line to suit on other applications.
By Lewmar are two #16’s, one #30 and one #8 on the main mast, one #8 on the main boom, two #8's on the mizzen mast, one #30CST on the coach roof forward in the cockpit two #46ST's, one #30 and one #30CST on islands by the cockpit coamings.
Kappa Sails full batten main with reef poin
Bagged and stowed: Kappa Sails roller furling genoa with sacrificial cover,
Ulmer cruising spinnaker with sock
45 lb. CQR with chain with chain leader and nylon rode
20 kg. Bruce with chain leader and Nylon rode
Simpson Lawrence 555 manual windlass
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.
Joe Weber 0 Listing(s)
QUICK SEARCH BY: