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Model: Jeanneau SunShine Regatta 38
Price: £19,000 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP

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Model: Jeanneau SunShine Regatta 38
Price: £19,000 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP
LOA: 38' 2" (11.7m)
Beam: 12' 7" (3.9m)
Draft: 6' 7" (2m)
Displacement: 11872lbs
Ballast: 4850lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: Inboard Shaft Drive
Engine: Beta 20HP 3 Cylinder
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Tarbert Loch Fyne

Price reduced for a quick sale - all sensible offers considered. An excellent example of the Cruiser / Racer style developed in the 1980's.
She has comfortable family accommodation yet has a successful racing history. The vessel was constructed of grp in 1986 with the addition of floor stiffening at a later date by Ardfern Boatyard to improve upwind performance.
The keel is a fin bolted directly through the heavily constructed flat bottom.
Rudder is fin and skeg. She is a fractionally rigged sloop.
The mast and boom are the original France Spar items.
Stainless rod rigging, twin groove forestay foil.
Rigid vang with stainless spring.
Spinnaker pole.All lines led aft to cockpit and dealt with by banks of jammers and winches.Genoa winches. Spinnaker winches.
Barely used Saturn Sails easy stow mainsail taming system.Twin slab reefing Beta Marine 20hp three cylinder diesel engine believed fitted new in the late 90s.
Oil and filters changed every season regardless of the fact that there is only a handful of running hours.
Has always started first time every time when required.
Very economical to run.
Exhaust injection elbow, flexi pipes and silencer all renewed as precaution in the last few years.
Fitted with a split charging diode.
Conventional gearbox and stern gear with 2 blade folding prop.
Direction and speed control to hand at helm position. Calorifier for domestic pressurised hot water system heated from engine cooling water or 220v immersion heater. Webasto hot air cabin heating.

Accommodation:
Fore Cabin:
Conventional twin V berth cabin with large opening hatch to foredeck. Heads:
Jabsco marine toilet fitted new 2007.
Vanity unit with shower head/tap.
Hot and cold pressurized fresh water.
Small opening hatch to coachroof.
Hanging Locker to starboard of heads.
Saloon:
Two settee Pullman berths creating a sleeping space for four or sitting area for six+.
Folding table.
Opening hatch to coachroof but has been twisted and will leak a little under extreme conditions.

Galley:
Plastimo 2000 cooker with grill and oven.
Twin stainless sinks with hot and cold pressurized water via monobloc mixer tap.
Sea water foot pump and delivery nozzle to sink.Insulated cool locker.
Chart Table:
A full sized chart table and seat.
Lots of West Coast charts.
Port Aft Cabin:
Good size double cabin with hanging locker.
Opening portlight to cockpit.
Starboard Aft cabin:
Even bigger double cabin with hanging locker.
Opening portlight to cockpit.
On Deck:
The cockpit is laid out with the helm position at the aft end.
Original worn teak slats removed in 2010 as they were becoming fragile and replaced with Treadmaster which looks pretty good and is a lot easier to maintain.
Kilmelford Boatyard performed this replacement.

Sails:
Main Race:
Saturn Sails laminate, New in 2005, in good condition (only done three West Highland Weeks).
Main Cruising:
Dacron, Slightly smaller and older than laminate but perfectly serviceable.
Genoa #1 Race:
Saturn Sails laminate, New in 2005, in good condition (only done three West Highland Weeks).
Genoa #1 Cruise:
Old but still good.
Genoa #2 Race:
Saturn Sails laminate, New in 2005, in good condition (only done three West Highland Weeks).
Genoa #2 Cruise:
Old but still good.
Genoa #3 :
Old but still good, Hardly ever used except for training purposes.
Storm Sail:
Only out of the bag for training purposes.


Navigation and Electronics:
Chart Plotter + West Coat Charts, VHF DSC,Gas detector, Wind, Speed, Depth, Autopilot.

Ground Tackle & Mooring Equipment:
35lb Plough anchor on 10m, 8mm chain rode and 50m of anchor plait in foredeck anchor locker, 25lb kedge anchor, twin stainless steel bow rollers, various fenders and warps.

Safety:
2 Lifebuoys with lights, 1 Lifesling, 2 Jackstays, 2 Lifejackets, Foghorn, Hand held searchlight powered from ship’s batteries.

At a pontoon berth. -

Port side -

Foredeck -

Bow -

Starboard side -

Looking forward from cockpit -

Stern -

Starboard moving forward -

Starboard -

Port -

Coachroof, port side -

Port Side Looking Back -

Bow fittings -

Pulpit -

Foredeck from Starboard Side -

Cockpit -

Port Side Looking Forward -

Looking towards cockpit, port side -

Foredeck from Port Side -

Starboard moving aft -

Coachroof, looking aft -

Boom and Stack Pack -

Companionway entrance -

Looking into the companionway entrance - Port

Cockpit -

Looking into the companionway entrance - Starboard

Looking into the companionway entrance - Saloon

Saloon -

Looking forward from the galley -

Galley from companionway steps -

Navigation Station and Starboard Sofa Berth -

Looking towards the forward cabin -

Dining table and seating, - looking to port

Looking to starboard - From the dining table.

Forward corridor to heads and forward cabin -

Heads to port, forward cabin straight on. - Separate heads and forward cabin areas

Forward corridor - door shut

Good storage in heads compartment -

Heads compartment -

Forward Cabin - V Berth

Looking aft from forward cabin -

Saloon from Forward -

Galley and companionway - From Dining area

Navigation station - Starboard

Navigation station - Close up

Navigation station - looking forward

Starboard Aft Cabin -

Engine - Close up

Engine - under companionway steps

Port Aft Cabin - Currently used as a walk in storeroom!

Port Aft Cabin - Entrance

Starboard Aft Cabin - Looking out into saloon

Plan Drawing -

Previous Owner's Photo - Stern view

Manufacturer's Brochure - Page 2

Manufacturer's Brochure - Page 3

Previous Owner's Photo - On the hard.

Manufacturer's Brochure - Page 1

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Sold
Model: Jeanneau SunShine Regatta 38
Price: £19,000 (GBP)
Year: 1986
Hull: GRP
LOA: 38' 2" (11.7m)
Beam: 12' 7" (3.9m)
Draft: 6' 7" (2m)
Displacement: 11872lbs
Ballast: 4850lbs
Keel: Fin
Rig: Sloop
Engine Type: Inboard Shaft Drive
Engine: Beta 20HP 3 Cylinder
Fuel: Diesel
Location: Tarbert Loch Fyne

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