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2006 Alerion 38

  • 38 ft
  • Daysailer
  • Charleston, SC, US

Yacht price :

$229,000
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  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38
  • 2006 Alerion- Express 38

Overview

The Alerion Sailing experience is all about pure sailing pleasure - what we refer to as Alerion Sailing - the thrill of a fast, responsive yacht that looks terrific, handles like a dream and doesn't require a large or experienced crew. Whether daysailing or cruising, Alerion Sailing means sailing on your terms and at times that best suit your mood, your schedule, and the weather.

Alerion Express 38, while still faithful to the concept that single-handing is an important capability, offers considerably more interior space and larger cockpit than her smaller sisters.

Her traditional topsides are coupled with not only an advanced underbody but also an advanced rig. A fully roached mainsail on a carbon fiber mast is efficient and effective; single-line reefing lets you adjust on the fly when the wind pipes up. And the self-tacking jib boom allows efficient use of the jib on all points of sail.

Her gracefully contoured cockpit comfortably seats as many as eight or lets you stretch out with a book or to snooze. You’ll reign supreme in the separate rear cockpit where electric winches and complete control are right at hand.

Down below, the full head and galley provides everything you need for a weekend cruise. The balanced use of teak, holly and traditional paneling brings the same relaxed feel of the cockpit into the cabin.

The AE 38 uniquely fuses beauty, speed and that special desire to sail on your own terms

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Alerion
Model:
38
Year:
2006
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
Charleston, SC, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Dianna Sea
Boat Type:
Daysailer
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Hull Color:
HIN:
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
38 ft - 11.58 meter
LOA:
38 ft 3 in - 11.66 meter
Beam:
10 ft 8 in - 3.25 meter
Dry Weight:
-
Draft - max:
-
Draft - min:
-
Bridge Clearance:
-

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Descriptions

Alerion Sailing...

The Alerion Sailing experience is all about pure sailing pleasure - what we refer to as Alerion Sailing - the thrill of a fast, responsive yacht that looks terrific, handles like a dream and doesn't require a large or experienced crew. Whether daysailing or cruising, Alerion Sailing means sailing on your terms and at times that best suit your mood, your schedule, and the weather.

Alerion Express 38, while still faithful to the concept that single-handing is an important capability, offers considerably more interior space and larger cockpit than her smaller sisters.

Her traditional topsides are coupled with not only an advanced underbody but also an advanced rig. A fully roached mainsail on a carbon fiber mast is efficient and effective; single-line reefing lets you adjust on the fly when the wind pipes up. And the self-tacking jib boom allows efficient use of the jib on all points of sail.

Her gracefully contoured cockpit comfortably seats as many as eight or lets you stretch out with a book or to snooze. You’ll reign supreme in the separate rear cockpit where electric winches and complete control are right at hand.

Down below, the full head and galley provides everything you need for a weekend cruise. The balanced use of teak, holly and traditional paneling brings the same relaxed feel of the cockpit into the cabin.

The AE 38 uniquely fuses beauty, speed and that special desire to sail on your own terms



Accommodations

Electric toilet, shower, large comfortable cockpit, cabin sole is varnished teak and holly, 5'8" headroom below decks with galley, V-berth, settees, enclosed head



Electronics

E 80 at Chart plotter in a Nav pod at helm, Raymarine ST6001 autopilot, Raymarine knotmeter, DF, GPS, windspeed indicator, VHF radio with 2nd station.



Main Cabin
  • Settees port and starboard
  • Shelves outboard of settees
  • Hanging locker aft to port
  • Varnished teak and holly cabin sole with access to bilge
  • Teak hull ceiling
  • Electrical panel on port side settee
  • Dual purpose cabin/cockpit teak table, finished with high gloss two part varnish and fitted with foldout leafs and removable fiddles
  • Starboard storage cabinet located behind the starboard settee


Galley
  • Storage lockers outboard
  • Formica counter tops
  • 6-cubic ft. top opening icebox
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Hot/cold mixing faucet
  • Two-burner LPG stove with oven


Deck Hardware
  • Lifelines were added with G 10 backing plates
  • Dodger and full cover
  • Jib and UV cover, mainsail cover
  • Three Brushed aluminum deck hatches over forward cabin and main cabin 
  • Vent hatch over head compartment. 
  • Six Stainless steel elliptical port lights 
  • Custom stainless steel stemhead fitting
  • Teak handrails on cabin house top
  • Two 8” Stainless steel mooring cleats. 
  • Four 10” Mooring cleats
  • Companionway sliding hatch with seahood and washboards
  • Molded GRP seat lockers 
  • Molded GRP gas locker with 1x10 lb. aluminum LPG tank
  • Port and starboard cockpit coaming bins 
  • Two lewmar electric winches
  • Lewmar Superlock rope clutches
  • Hoyt jib boom by Hall Spars 
  • Jib boom light air extender 
  • Harken 6:1 Mainsheet traveler track with cockpit control lines
  • Deck fills for fuel and water tanks
  • Holding tank pump out deck plate
  • Ritchie Binnacle mounted compass
  • Self draining cockpit with port and starboard drains
  • Cunningham and Quick Vang adjustments lead into cockpit.


Steering
  • Edson 336 211T Pedestal Steering
  • 48” Teak Wheel
  • Stainless Steel rudder shaft with composite rudder blade
  • Balanced spade rudder with Elliptical blade profile 
  • Low maintenance self-aligning bearings


Mast and Sprit configuration:
  • Pre preg carbon by Hall Spars
  • Hoyt self-tending Jib Boom that can be removed.
  • 2 self-tailing powered winches for main and jib control,
  • Added Bow Sprit for PHRF Sailing
  • Carbon fiber gooseneck
  • Lazy jack sail retrieval system
  • G-10 Mast step
  • Steaming light
  • Masthead anchor light
  • Aluminum boom
  • “Quik Vang” boom vang
  • Two sets of aluminum spreaders
  • Windex


Mechanical & Electrical
  • 40 HP Yanmar Engine 3JH4CE with sail drive
  • 2 Blade folding propeller
  • 12 Volt outlet in cockpit
  • GRP engine bed and oil pan
  • Through transom wet exhaust
  • Waterlock muffler
  • Single lever engine control
  • Neutral safety switch
  • 12 VDC System designed to ABYC 
  • Bonding system
  • DC master panel with analog meter and magnetic circuit breakers
  • Battery switch
  • Four Halogen reading lights

Xantrex battery monitor



Comments

During its original life she was a freshwater boat sailed on Lake Champlain. Excellent condition inside and out! Easy to singlehand. Boat is awgriped so it will alway shine and not fade!

 


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