2001 San Juan 38' (11.58 m)
Manchester, Massachusetts, United States
SNAX is a superb example of the San Juan 38 series, offering a rare combination of handsome lines, exceptional performance and very high quality standards. She has been meticulously maintained by her owner and has seen light use. NOTE: Preliminary listing, more detailed photos to come.
- Express Cruiser
- Fiberglass Hull
2001 San Juan 38SNAX is a superb example of the San Juan 38 series, offering a rare combination of handsome lines, exceptional performance and very high quality standards. She has been meticulously maintained by her owner and has seen light use.
NOTE: Preliminary listing, more detailed photos to come.
LOA: 38' (11.58 Meters)
Type: Power- Used
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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Sleeps four in two private staterooms, plus two on the bridgedeck. There is a full galley and private head/shower. The interior is satin varnished teak with gloss teak and holly cabin soles.
The master cabin aft features a full double berth with hanging locker and bureau front.
The galley is amidships to port, featuring generous storage and counter space.
- Princess 3 Burner Ceran Glass Top stove hidden under lift-up countertop
- Microwave/convection oven
- Two large drawers under stove in lieu of microwave relocated to starboard
- Surell surface countertops
- Stainless sink with cover
A private head with separate shower stall is located to starboard opposite the galley. There is a vacu-flush toilet and Surell countertops with stainless steel sink.
A second guest cabin is located forward featuring a V-berth arrangement. This area was customized to provide a seat with additional drawers.
To port is a dinette/lounge area with raised seats and a varnished teak table with chart drawer that can be lowered to provide a double berth. Opposite to starboard is a fully equipped helm station with bench seat, a wet bar with refrigerator and storage space behind helm. Beautiful teak joinerwork throughout finished with gloss varnish. There is an electric sliding sun roof with rear enclosures including a screen door. All cushions are Spinneyback leather.
- Garmin GPSMAP 7612 Chartplotter/Radar
- SIMRAD Robertson AP 22 Autopilot
- Raytheon ST 40 Depth Sounder
- Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF
- Alpine Stereo/CD player
- Northern Lights 5.0 kW generator
- 50' Shore power, starboard side
- 105 amp alternators on main engine
- Heart Interface 2500 inverter/charge
- (4) 8D AGM house bank batteries
- (2) 4D AGM engine start batteries
- 12 volt outlets throughout vessel, including engine compartment and lazarette
- Engine room and lazarette lighting
- Cantalupi dome, reading and courtesy lighting
- 2-speed windshield wipers with intermittent mode and pressure fresh water wash
- Kahlenberg twin chrome air horns
- ACR Spotlight mounted on mast with electronic remote control
- Electronic engine synchronization
- Custom engine compartment soundproofing package
- Marol Hydraulic steering
- Tides Marine dripless shaft and rudder boxes
- Computer balanced 4-blade Nibral props
- Bronze thru-hull hardware with bronze ball valves
- Bennett hydraulic trim tabs
- Oil transfer pump and manifold for main engine and transmission oil changes
- Sidepower 4hp bow thruster
- Tank tender tank level gauge for monitoring fuel, water and holding tanks
- Webasto Thermal 90 hydronic heater with outlets in forward stateroom, aft stateroom, head and pilothouse
- Marine Air 16,000 BTU reverse cycle conditioning in cabin and pilothouse
- Fireboy Automatic fire suppression system in engine compartment
- Fresh water washdown system
Hull & Deck
The hull and deck were formed using Kevlar (hull only), E-glass and Corecell foam core composite vacuum infused with epoxy vinylester resin to yield a strong lightweight structure with high glass to resin ratio. The core is removed and replaced with solid glass and extra laminations in areas of major penetrations and high stress. Watertight structural bulkheads separate the hull into separate zones with dedicated bilge pumps. Structural bulkheads are built using Corecell foam core with E-glass skins infused with epoxy vinylester resin. There is a composite swim platform with teak inlay and molded rubrail with stainless striker.
Hull is Sterling Flag Blue with gold cove stripe, double white boot top, and red bottom. Deck is Sterling off-white with light tan non-skid. Cockpit and pilothouse sole are all laid teak decking.
- Muir Anchor windlass
- 22 lb. Bruce anchor with rope/chain rode
- Stainless steel portholes with screens
- Foredeck hatch with screen
- Teak toe rails, drip rails, hand rails and cockpit trim finished with two-part clear polyurethane for exceptional durability
- Varnished teak boarding ladder
- Custom half bimini extending aft from pilothouse
- Full cockpit cover
- Covers for all cockpit seats and hand rails
- Pilothouse window covers
- Custom transom door
- Custom teak fold-away cockpit table
- Swim ladder
- Hot/cold shower at transom
- Dock lines, fenders with covers
- (6) Life jackets
- (2) Portable fire extinguishers
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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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As a member of an active sailing family, Andrew was raised on the waters off Stonington, CT sailing primarily on Blue Jays, Lasers and various J Boats, among others. His adventures in boating began in his early childhood and have led to a broad array of recreational and competitive experiences on the water. His racing activities include numerous IRC, PHRF and one-design events, Block Island and Key West race weeks, the Marblehead-Halifax race, Newport-Bermuda race, Pineapple Cup, St. Barth’s Bucket and Shipyard Cup.
Andrew lives in Magnolia, MA and is an active member of the Manchester Yacht Club serving on the club’s Race Committee, as well as serving on the board of directors for the Manchester Sailing Association. He spends his free time on the coast of Maine in the summer and is also an avid fisherman and skier. Andrew’s boating knowledge – both sail and power – is sharp and his friendly professionalism creates a pleasant and informative buying or selling experience for his clients.