Sirocco 38 MS Ketch

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Sirocco 38 MS Stalen Ketch (1974) - Sold

Beautiful classically lined Sirocco 38 motor sailor designed by the famous De Vries Lentsch. There was a version with a large open cockpit and a version with a smaller open cockpit and an aft cabin.  The ships were delivered with a tower rig or with a kit rig.  This ship is a kit rigged version with a large open cockpit. Because of the solid construction and the s-shaped underwater hull, this ship is extremely suitable for long journeys and is a very stable and has pleasant sailing characteristics. Once on board, one immediately notices how easy and pleasant the passage to the fore deck actually is. The gangways are wide and offer a safe passage.

 

From the cockpit, the overview is great, there is more than enough space for all people on board. Further to the front, you can easily walk into the wheelhouse, a nice place to be in bad weather. To port you will find all the instruments and navigation equipment, to starboard is the galley, equipped with a tap, cooker and refrigerator. In the front of the boat you will find a double cabin, ample storage space and the heads compartment. This is equipped with a hand shower, toilet and sink. There are three additional berths in the saloon and one in the wheelhouse.

 

This seaworthy Sirocco 38 MS can be visited by appointment in Dinteloord.

 

Recent renovations: 

- Completely blasted and put in new paint system

- Engine completely overhauled

- New teak on cabin roof and in the cockpit

- New bowsprit

- New toilet and completely renovated toilet room

- Galley

- Tanks, valves, hydrophore pump, batteries, air vents, propeller shaft bearings.

 

 

Some things still need to be assembled.

Some pictures are from a sister ship

 

General

Length: 11.40 m (L.o.a.)

L.o.d. 10.40 m

Width: 3.60 m

Draught: 1.40 m

Vertical clearance: approx. 15 m

Displacement: 10 ton

Ballast 3.5 tons (lead)

Designer: Willem de Vries Lentsch

Shipyard: Renco shipbuilders, workum
Building number: 7308
Hull shape: S-frame
Hull colour: White
Deck and superstructure colour: White, gangways painted
Deck and superstructure material: Steel, on the cabin roof new teak
Cockpit: Aft cockpit
Large open Cockpit (completely covered with teak) 

Spacious berths
Crawl height: 200 cm
Draught: 140 cm
Load displacement: 13 ton
Ballast: 3 tons lead
Steering: Steering wheel, hydraulic
Steering position: Inside and outside
Rudder: Single
Keel/Leeboard: Full keel


Accommodation 
Headroom: 195 cm
Cabins: 2
Berths: Fixed: 3 Extra: 2
Interior type: Classic, warm
Upholstery colour: Green
Mattresses 
Water tank & material: 160 litre Plastic
Water tank gauge

Holding tank
Waste water tank drain pump
Water system: Pressure system
Number of showers: 1
Toilets: 1 Electric
Radio/CD-player
Cooking device & fuel: 2 burners Gas
Oven
Fridge & power supply
Heating: hot air, Truma e 2800


Engine and electrics
Brand: Vetus Indenor
Model: P4.25
Year built: 1995
Number of cylinders: 4
Power output: 62 hp
Hour counter
Runninghours: after overhaul 0, before overhaul 1300
Fuel: Diesel
Gearbox: Hurth
Transmission: Propeller shaft
Propulsion: Propeller
Cooling: Indirect
Fuel tank number: 1
Total content fuel tank(s): 200 litres
Fuel tank material: Polyethylene
Fuel tank gauge
Tachometer
Oil pressure gauge
Temperature gauge
Bow thruster: Electric
Battery: 4 x (2 x 90 Ah, 2 x 165 Ah)
Battery charger
Alternator
Battery monitor
Voltmeter
Shore power
Solar panel
Voltage: 12V


Navigation and electronics
Compass
Log/ speed
Depth gauge
Wind gauge
Navigation lights
Autopilot

Windshield and wipers in wheelhouse


Rigging
Type of rigging: Ketch
Number of masts: 2
Mast material: Aluminium
Bowsprit + type: Fixed
Rigging: Steel wire
Number of sails: 4
Material of sails: Dacron, in reasonable condition
Mainsail
Mizzen
Genoa
Headsail furling system
Manual winches
Selftailing


Equipment outside 
Anchors & Equipment: 1 x CQR Galvanized
Anchor fixing: Chain
Anchor winch: Electric
Sea rail
Sailing- and sternpost(s)
Tender
Fenders, lines
Cockpit table


Safety
Life raft:
Bilge pump:
Manual Electric
Gasbun with draining
Selfdraining cockpit

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