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1994 Cabo Rico 38

Annapolis, Maryland

$134,500

"Alegria" is the "Plan B" cabin arrangement of the Cabo Rico 38. She is equipped for Bluewater sailing and ready to go. She is a performance cutter that 's a delight to sail. Her knowledgeable owner has an attention for detail and it shows in the care and maintenance  

 

Basic Boat Info

Price: $134,500
Boat Name: Alegria
Make: Cabo Rico
Model: 38
Year: 1994
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 38 ft
Length Overall: 38 ft
Beam: 11'6 ft
Max Draft: 5 ft
Displacement: 21,000 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Universal
  • Model: M50
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 44hp
  • Engine Hours: 3512

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 65 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 174 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cruisers


Accommodations
  • Ultrasuede on settees in salon
  • Beautiful hand rubbed sealed teak cabinetry and joinery work with arched doors and v-grooved tambour detailing
  • Teak and Holly sole
  • Custom slide-out teak cabinet under navigation table 

Master Stateroom:

  •  (2) 12V Hella fans
  • Small settee and vanity
  • Overhead hatch with two stainless steel opening ports
  • Froli box-spring system on king-size bed
  • Access through teak door to anchor locker and windless forward
  • Additional shelf storage to port of bed
  • Two overhead hatches; large one over dinette and small one over navigation table
  • Quarterberth for storage or guest stateroom 

Head:

  • 12V Hella fan
  • Raritan manual head
  • Charcoal filter for holding tank vent
  • Enclosed shower stall with sump
Galley
  • Tasco 2-burner propane stove with oven
  • Fridgoboat 12V refrigerator/freezer with variable speed compressor
  • Microwave oven
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Six-gallon stainless-steel water heater
  • Seagull water purifier
  • Manual fresh water pump
  • Optional teak overhead cabinet
  • Task lighting for counter tops
  • Dishes, glasses, cups specific for hutch and cabinets
Deck
  • (2) mast pulpits
  • 45 lb CQR anchor with approx. 170' of 5/16" chain (2016)
  • 44lb Bruce anchor with approx. 150' of nylon rode
  • Fortress FX-37 storm anchor (stowed behind stbd. settee) and approx. 200' of nylon rode 
  • Anchor washdown with recessed faucet on foredeck
  • Muir Storm 1250 vertical rope-chain windlass with up and down foot switches (2016)
  • Monitor windvane steering system with control lines to wheel clutch and two vane blades.  The Monitor is used at sea with dinghy on deck
  • Propane grill mounted on stern railing with detachable hose to propane locker
  • (2) 10lb aluminum propane tanks in stern vented locker and spare tank for deck storage under stern seat.  Lighted solenoid shutoff switch in galley, and three valve manifold in propane locker to separately control stove/over, heater, and cockpit grill.
  • Varnished teak drink caddy
  • Custom teak grate in cockpit sole
  • Dorade vents with guards, screens, and stainless steel cowls
  • Side boarding ladder
  • Stern boarding ladder for use when Monitor windvane steering us unshipped 
  • Cockpit shower
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Winslow 4-man off shore valise life raft (recertified 8/2016)
  • AB 9' Ultralight inflatable dinghy with aluminum hull (2016).  
  • 6HP Tohatsu 4 cycle outboard (201^d) on Edson outboard motor mount
  • Fortress Commando dinghy anchor
  • Dodger and bimini with connector and side screens (2016).  Stamoid fabric and Strataglass.
  • New mainsail cover (2016)
  • Custom Shadtree awnings
  • Covers for winches, windlass, and dodger

 

Electronics
  • Standard Horizon DSC VHF with GPS interface and RAM microphone in cockpit 
  • ACR/Global Fix 406Cat II EPIRB
  • Raytheon C90W chart plotter at helm interfaced to other instruments and autopilot over Seatalk bus
  • Raytheon AIS650 (send and receive) with separate VHF antenna and GPS receiver on arch 
  • Raytheon ST50 50/60 wind, knot and depth at helm with multi meter at navigation station and self-sealing knot meter transducer
  • ICOM 710 SSB with ICOM 130 Antenna tuner with backstay antenna and copper mesh grounding glassed into hull
  • Pactor III modem interfaced to SSB for email, weather faxes, radio control, etc.
  • Furuno 1731 radar at navigation station.  Scanner at stern on custom made s/s post
  • Autohelm autpilot type 1 linear drive 7000 control in cockpit with additional 6000 control at navigation station
  • Backup Raytheon GPS300 mounted in cockpit
Sails and Rigging
  • Schaefer genoa furling reefing system 
  • Harkin staysail furling reefing system (2012); staysail on self-tending club
  • Doyle offshore full battened mainstail
  • 110% Yankee
  • 120% Genoa
  • Forespar LC 13-24 telescoping reaching pole stowed on mast track
  • Self-tailing Andersen winches at mast with sheet stoppers for halyards
  • Spare jib and mainsail haylards
  • Stainless steel mast pulpits
  • Lazy jacks
Mechanical
  • Universal M50 44 HP diesel engine with 3,500 hours.  New exhaust elbow (2012), heat exchanger (2017) and raw water pump (2017).  Many spares including alternator, fuel pump and raw water and pump domestic water pump.
  • Engine compartment fire suppression system with automatic engine shutoff
  • 18 X 30 3-bladed propeller
  • Reverseo electric oil change pump
  • Three filters on fuel system including Racor
  • Raw water strainer
Electrical
  • 1500 Trace inverter/charger
  • (2) 8G8D AGM batteries in parallel as house with 8G24M AGM starting battery (2016) charged by an Echo charger
  • (2) Siemens 75 watt solar panels on custom stainless steel rack on Bimini.  Flex regulator controls charging from solar panels.
  • KISS wind charger located on stern arch
  • Balmar 100 amp alternator regulated by Cruiding Designes regulator and battery monitor.  In-line spare Balmar regulator and spare Balmar alternator.
  • (2) Apenglow fluorescent (while) and LED (red) lights

Lights:

  • Tricolor mast lights with Aqua Signal strobe and LED anchor light
  • Bow and stern navigation lights 
  • Steaming light forward of mast with owner/sail selector switch at electrical panel
  • (2) spreader lights and foredeck down light
  • Cockpit work light and welcome light on arch

 

Disclaimer
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.

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