LA BARCA E' STATA COMPLETAMENTE RIVERNICIATA ESTERNI ED INTERNI NEL 2008. *** New painting interopr and exterior from 2008. This yacht was developed as a fast day/weekend cruiser to be sailed by the family, but with the ability to be raced in coastal races with a full crew. The deck layout reflects this with major sail controls located within easy distance of the helm position and grinder pedestals providing plenty of centralised horsepower for sheeting. An electric winch is provided for hoisting the mainsail. A retractable bow prod allows easy downwind sailing with asymmetric spinnakers. The hydraulic lifting keel, anchor capstan and all engine controls are operated from the helm position. The carbon rig is built with similar dimensions to a Volvo 60 race yacht allowing the use of second-hand testing sails from syndicate inventories. The structure has been engineered by High Modulus (NZ) Ltd. in excess of the requirements of the American Bureau of Shipping Guide for Building and Classing Offshore Racing Yachts 1994 and whilst the design brief called for a daysailer this yacht is fully offshore capable.
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This example of the Malo 38 has logged around 7,800 miles in her life. She is well set up for short handed, long distance cruising. A stoughtly built yacht that is capable of taking you on your dream trip! Well worth inspection. Viewing by appointment through our Levington Office- Please note that the euro price shown for this database may be misleading due to changes in the exchange rate.
Wheel steering Epoxy treatment 1993
Alloy main mast and boom with 1/19 standing rigging and rope running rigging Alloy Ketch rig with 1/19 standing rigging and rope running rigging Furlex roller reefing system Slab reefing main Spinnaker pole Main mast rigging replace recently 2x self tailing winches 1x Halyard winch
The J35C is a fast and comfortable cruiser/racer and this example is in very good condition with a lot of new gear onboard. She is well suited to short handed sailing especially with the deeper and heavier keel for more stability, the deeper rudder for more control and the dual furling systems for ease of handling. The yacht has been cruised by her present owners to Southern Ireland and back in 1998 and is equally at home on the race course, winning EAORA (the offshore series on the East Coast) overall in 2004 and numerous other races. 35lb CQR anchor with 33m chain, Fortress and Fisherman's anchors, Simpson Lawrence Sprint 1000 electric windlass (new 1999). Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and lifelines, Gate in lifelines to starboard. S/S transom boarding ladder. J- bow roller (new 1997). Boom cover with lazyjacks (new 2000 but needs repairing or replacing). S/S rails for sprayhood (canvas needs replacing)Canvas tent (new 1999. Topside skirt (new 2006). Fenders and warps.
131% furling genoa - Kevlar - Parker and Kay - 2000
Blade No.3 genoa - Kevlar - Parker and Kay - 1997
No.4 Genoa - Dacron - Relling - 1995
Also 3 x mylar genoas and 2 x spinnakers by Relling in 1994
0.5oz Floater spinnaker - Parker and Kay - 1997
1.5oz Asymmetric spinnaker - Parker and Kay - 1997
Galvanised 6 leg cradle, made to measure, with adjustable legs
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