2001 Pacific Seacraft 38' (11.58 m) 38T Fast Trawler
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
As of Oct. 6, 2021 she is in Fort Lauderdale. Here is a great opportunity to be one of the first to view this very well kept 38' Fast Trawler.
- Trawlers / Aft Cabin
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: PCS38010A101
Here is a great opportunity to be one of the first to view this very well kept 38' Fast Trawler which has just come on the market. Her owner who has kept her in tip top shape is moving on to a larger boat to accommodate a growing family. This vessel has been in full commission as recently as the Spring of 2021 when the owners put it into storage mode for storm season. Of course, better photography will be available and posted when possible.
LOA: 38' (11.58 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Documented Year: 2001
Beam: 13' 2''
Draft Max: 3' 11''
Twin Berths: 2
Double Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: 20 Knots
Cruise Speed: 15 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Deadrise: 14 degree at transom
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Shape: Semi Displacement
Air Conditioning: Yes
Bow Thruster: Yes
Fuel Tank: 320 Gallons (1211.33 Liters)
Fresh Water: 160 Gallons (605.67 Liters)
Holding Tank: 55 Gallons (208.2 Liters)
Displacement: 27000 lbs
Designer: Bruce King
Builder: Pacific Seacraft
- Engine Make: Caterpillar
- Engine Model: 3126TA
- Engine Year: 2001
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 350.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1642.00
- Engine Location: Port
- Engine Make: Caterpillar
- Engine Model: 3126TA
- Engine Year: 2001
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 350.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1650.00
- Engine Location: Starboard
- Generator Make: Westerbeke
- Generator KW: 7.60
Built in Fullerton, California, the 38T was a trawler yacht produced by a company most known for their high quality sailing vessels. Designer Bruce King created this vessel's attractive lines. The Fast Trawler irony offers the option of lower speed operation to maximize range, or pick up the RPM and get up to ride on plane. A solid fiberglass bottom with a shallow, stabilizing keel and a hard chine modified-V provide a steady and predictable ride in virtually all conditions, plus her boom is rigged for a North steadying sail (stowed on the bridge). Low hour, twin CAT diesels are fully serviced, as is practically every system aboard, plus a bow thruster for easy handling around the dock.
A very attractive satin finished Teak Interior which includes the bulkheads and cabinetry. Two staterooms and heads with the galley up and teak and holly sole. Comfortable upholstered canvas settees in Admiral Blue with white piping, complimenting accent pillows, and a teak dining table. Large windows for excellent visibility from her lower helm and covered walk-around side decks with a side door beside the helm station.
The current owner acquired this vessel in great condition from her previous longtime owner. He went through the boat thoroughly, upgrading with long term ownership disposition, and has now realized with a growing family that more space is needed. A rare opportunity to find a boat which has been cared for like this which should be a great benefit for the next owner.
Most of the photos on this spec sheet were taken in October 2021.
Boarding from aft there is a fiberglass swim platform with a step up to a walk-through transom gate with safety cable across the opening between the stainless steel aft railings. A non-skid FBG deck has aft corner scupper drains and courtesy lighting. You can walk forward on either covered side deck to the foredeck and side deckhouse salon doors or to the portside trunk cabin side steps up to the flybridge. Stepping into the salon via the starboard side deck door, you will find the lower helm starboard forward. Next are stairs down to the guest stateroom and day/guest head. On the main deck to port is a L-shape settee with a teak fold-open Hi-Lo table. Across to starboard is a 2-person settee lounge and further aft is the Galley. The aft portside of the salon has the side deck door, facing forward is the refrigerator with a cabinet above that contains a swing out TV. The engine room access is via salon sole hatches and/or lift-up master stateroom steps aft. The master stateroom has a walkaround queen berth set athwartships. There is an ensuite head with an full enclosed shower. Headroom in the salon is 6'8" with teak baton strips above, flush pin-spot lighting (all lighting is LED), and a centerline sea-rail. Headroom is 6'5" in the guest stateroom, 6'4" in the guest head, 6'2" in the master stateroom and 6'4" in the master shower, 6'3" on the side decks and well over 7' on the flybridge. The master stateroom berth is 6'6" long and the guest stateroom berths are 7' long. The guest stateroom has a V-berth and there is an insert filler to make it into a large queen-like berth.
There is a teak and holly sole throughout the interior. Satin varnished teak interior bulkheads and cabinetry with louvered doors. High gloss teak sea rails and corner trim moldings. Two settees have custom Admiral Blue sunbrella cushions with white trim piping (2019). Off white curtains and valances were new in 2019 as was the Fusion stereo. There is a Visio flat panel TV on a swivel wall mount which is hidden inside a cabinet above the refrigerator. Marine Air reverse-cycle AC system with digital thermostats was reported renewed in 2014. The two sliding side doors, port aft and starboard forward allow good natural flow ventilation when weather is favorable, plus the side windows can slide open. The teak interior gives the boat a comfortable feel and the covered side decks provide shade to the deckhouse windows. Forward windows get some shade protection from the brow where the flybridge slightly overhangs the deckhouse.
The Galley is aft to the starboard side of the salon and L-shaped. Corian countertop is "Savannah Magma" color with a Force 10 three burner propane stove and oven built into it. The stovetop has a stainless and Corian cover to increase the countertop when not in use. The aft window is opening for when ventilation is needed. Above the window is a GE microwave convection oven with cabinet storage next to it. The counter has fiddle rails surrounding it and a polished stainless steel double sink undermounted with Grohe wand style mixer faucet. There is a separate drinking water faucet that is plumbed through a Seagull water purification system. There are three drawers and cabinet storage beneath the counter. Across to the portside is a standup Norcold 12v/110v refrigerator which was reported to be new in 2014. It has a separate freezer compartment on the top. There is also a NewMar propane control panel nearby adjacent to the main electrical panel.
The Master cabin is aft and has a walk-around queen berth with the headboard to the port side. There is great natural lighting from two large windows on the aft trunk cabin and side window which are all treated with Ocean Air roll-up black out shades and newer curtains matching those in the salon. Two flexible Denmark LED reading lights are mounted by the bed and a standing book rack is to the side. Aft is a small nightstand. The cabin has a rear door to the starboard side that opens to the aft deck with a short 2-step teak ladder to access. Forward to the portside of the stateroom is a teak louvered door closet with cedar wall hanging section to one side and shelf storage to the other. Below is drawer storage and there are more drawers on the opposite wall of the room. Forward to the starboard side is the ensuite head with separate stall shower and fresh-water Vacuflush head.
Both master and guest heads have teak grate sole, a Corian vanity top, with undermount polished oval stainless steel sink, and air conditioning vents. Both cabins have stainless solar-powered vent fans on their ceilings.
The Guest cabin is forward and has a large Lewmar deck hatch overhead which can supply light and ventilation. Two stainless steel opening portlights either side of the cabin, on the portside one is in the head the other in the closet. The V-berth has a filler section cushion to make into a full size berth. The hull sides in this cabin have teak wall planking. A hanging locker with cedar-lined wall is to starboard aft and a clothes changing cushioned bench seat is just below it. This cabin can be closed off from the salon with a hinged bi-fold door and upper folding hatch cover. The guest head has a retractable hand-held shower wand faucet and an opening stainless portlight on the hull side.
Electronics and Helm Equipment
- Simrad NSS9 evo2 multi-function screen with GPS/Chartplotter and recording depth sounder (2015), Navionics charting
- Simrad 3G radar dome, 36-mile range (2015)
- Raytheon/Autohelm ST6000 autopilot
- Standard Horizon Spectrum GB2350 VHF radio (2015)
- Windshield wiper and washer controls, windshield defoggers
- Inclinometer gauge
- Below standing platform is a hatch used for chart storage
- Simrad NSS9 evo2 MFD with GPS/Chartplotter, radar, recording depth sounder (2015)
- Raytheon ST6000 autopilot
- ICOM M504 VHF radio
- Standard Ram Mic, linked to lower helm VHF
- FloScan fuel management system gauge includes digital tachometers
- ACR EPIRB (new '21)
- Shakespeare SeaWatch TV/FM antenna with 2025 control box
Both helms have:
- Magnetic compass
- Morse Engine controls
- Stainless steel destroyer helm wheel
- SidePower DC bow thruster joystick control (also remote control unit)
- VDO gauges
- Flybridge has Fusion stereo speakers / pilothouse has Clarion speakers both linked to the Fusion MS-AV750 in the salon.
Hull and Deck Equipment
- Off-white gelcoat hull and deckhouse with a varnished teak cap railing, flybridge drip edge trim, side deckhouse doors, and name boards
- Blue boot stripe and Black ablative bottom paint
- Mid hull has FBG rub rail with polished stainless strike strip, stainless steel port lights - 2 each side on forward quarter
- Molded non-skid FBG walk-around decks with line hawsers and inboard polished stainless cleats
- FBG pulpit with roller/anchor chute
- Welded stainless bow railing with fender storage racks forward and bow burgee mast
- Aft stainless railings with opening for boarding on portside midships (opening door) and aft from swim platform (transom gate) with cable safety lines across openings
- Swim platform has fold down swim ladder
- Aft flag mast and two bolts on fishing rod holders that also serve as mount for Magma stainless steel grill (with blue canvas cover)
- Aft deck area has freshwater wand shower fixture in FRP box
- FBG swim platform has swing out davits for tender or tender can be lifted by block and tackle on boom of mast
- Flybridge has Navy canvas weather cloth on rear flybridge railings
- Steady Sail / Signal mast with cable support stays
- Mast has a hinge at the bottom allowing for tilting forward to decrease air draft
- North Sails steady sail stored on flybridge
- Also mounted spreader/flood lights and ships bell
- Navy canvas bimini top and 3-sided enclosure (2019), tinted venturi windscreen.
- Electric windlass (Muir) with chain wildcat, foot pedal controls on pulpit, remote controls from both helms
- Plow anchor with chain lead mounted on roller/chute
- Saltwater washdown spigot with hose/nozzle in forward locker for ease of anchor rinse
- Extra Fortress anchor and nylon rode (stored in basket)
- Two Pompanette white FBG helm chairs on stanchions, flybridge
- Chair cushions ('19) and Navy canvas covers
- Teak deck topped flybridge table on stanchion, folds open for dining
- Bench companion seating to either side of bridge, cushions (new '19)
- Off-white Textiline mesh window mask for forward and side deckhouse windows
- White vinyl forward hatch cover
- Navy canvas covers for bridge helm console and aft cabin entry hatch door
- 4 fenders with covers fit in bow fender racks
- Life ring with throw cord mounted on outside aft deckhouse
- 10'2" Highfield HBI tender 2019 with 9.9hp Mariner outboard motor
- Tan canvas cover and silver vinyl storage wrap
- Soft moveable chocks for setting tender on aft trunk cabin (usually only when traveling distances)
6/1/20 American Custom Yachts:
- Bottom soda blasted to gelcoat, 2 epoxy barrier coats, and 2 coats of bottom paint
- Fresh coat of bottom paint August 2021
- Westerbeke 7.6kW diesel generator in sound shield
- Shore power is 50amp / 220volt with inlet plugs on bow and stern
- 50 foot and 20 foot shore power cables
- Main electrical panel has AC and DC circuit breakers, voltage and amperage meters, and battery condition meter
- Heart Freedom 30 inverter system with 4D gel-cell deep cycle batteries for house / inverter system, control panel next to generator remote panel
- Newmar automatic battery charger
- Engine start batteries with manual parallel switch
- Separate generator and bow thruster batteries
- Battery disconnect switches on panel in aft stateroom
- Galvanic Isolator
- Central bonding system for all underwater through hulls and fittings
- 12v USB charging outlets throughout boat
- Cable TV and phone connection inlets
- Cable inlet upgraded to CAT5 to accommodate data transfer
- SidePower DC bow thruster with separate shut down breaker by main panel
- Color coded hose plumbing for fresh water system
- New pump April 2021 (electric level gauge at lower helm station)
- Stainless steel hot water heater with electric and heat exchanger heating
- Fresh water spigot in engine room
- Raw water washdown system with spigot by pulpit
- Sump box drainage system for showers, anchor locker and air conditioning condensate drains
- SeaLand VacuFlush freshwater heads (new duckbill valves and shower sump July 2021)
- 55 gallon holding tank with dockside/deck or macerator pump out
- Caterpillar 350hp 3126TA diesels with Twin Disc MG 5061 marine gears, 2.47:1 reduction
- Aquamet 22 shafts, 1.75 inch with split shaft couplings
- Nibral 4-blade props, 26" x 29"
- Glendinning mechanical engine synchronizer system with Morse cable controls, separate throttle and clutch binnacles
- Hynautic hydraulic steering
- Two fuel tanks with electric level gauge by lower helm
- Dual Racor primary fuel filters for each engine with selector knob and restriction pressure gauges
- Water in fuel filter warning lights at upper helm
- Reverso fuel polishing system
- Fuel transfer pump with switch and light at lower helm
- Fireboy automatic engine room fire suppression system MA2-600 (serviced '20) with remote panels/override switch at helm
- Engine room ventilation blowers with vents by side decks
- Air-Sep engine crankcase ventilation/air filter system
- Fuel coolers added to main engines
- Aftercoolers were removed and pressure tested (Fall '20)
- Generator fully serviced 2021, new raw water pump
- 90% of hoses throughout the boat were changed with new clamps since 2018
- Marine Air reverse-cycle HVAC system (cleaned and serviced 4/21)
- Salon compressor reported new in 2014
- Dripless shaft logs
- Bennett trim tabs
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. MAHALO has been in use by her owners and there are items in the photos which may be excluded. Specifically excluded are all tools, dive gear, charts, handheld electronics, galley accessories, and emergency liferaft. A specific list of exclusions will be provided upon request when accompanied by an acceptable written offer.
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