$75 000

1986 Krogen 38 Cutter

Name: Intrepid
Length
38
Fuel type
Diesel
Hull material
Fiberglass

The Krogen 38 Cutter was designed by Jim Krogen as his own personal sailboat for gunk holing in the shoal waters of Florida and the Bahamas.  She’s meant to be single or shorthanded for weeks at a time in a sailor’s paradise.

The interior is varnished teak, with easy maintenance, white battened overhead. Ten bronze opening port lights, 4 Bomar metal framed deck hatches, three deck prisms, four 4″ Dorade vents and 1 cabin fan provide excellent natural light & ventilation. There is a good mix of DC & AC lighting including courtesy lights to illuminate the teak and holly cabin sole on night sails.

The forward cabin has a double vee berth, port & starboard shelves, counter with sink, hanging locker, cabinetry, screened deck hatch, and two opening ports.

The head compartment is to port with a manual head & holding tank (deck discharge with by pass for direct pump out), separate shower stall, shower grate, independent shower sump pump, cabinet and storage shelves, and opening port.

The salon’s port dinette and starboard settee serve as comfortable double and single berths with storage behind and outboard. The teak table seats four adults. The starboard table adds two more.

The L-shaped galley to starboard has storage galore, double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, shore side water, with a Atlantic Marine 10 gallon, 110V AC/engine heated hot water heater, a large top load insulated ice box w/Isotherm Comact Classic Model 2501, 12V DC refrigeration (2014), a gimbaled, and three burner Hillerange propane stove w/oven.

The forward facing, fold-down navigation station is across from the galley in the aft stateroom.

The master stateroom is aft to port with a comfortable double, hanging locker, large mirror, counter wit sink and cabinetry.

  • Raymarine ST7001+ Auto Pilot
  • Danforth 5″ Constellation Binnacle Compass
  • Datamarine Depth
  • Datamarine Wind (needs service)
  • Datamarine Knotmeter
  • Icom IC-M80 VHF Radio w/RAM
  • Fume Detector
  • Smoke Detector
  • Windex
  • Weems & Plath Clock & Barometer
  • 4 Group 29 Series Deep Cycle Batteries
  • Pro Mariner 30 amp 3 Bank Automatic Battery Charger (2010)
  • Perko Battery Switch
  • 85 amp Alternator
  • 50′ 30 amp Marinco Shore Power Cord
  • 12 Volt DC Electronic Panels w/Built in 3 Position Battery Switch and Battery Tester
  • 110 Volt AC Panel w/Built in 30 amp Breaker & Polarity Indicator, plus Circuit Breakers
  • 110 Volt AC has GFCI Protection
  • 12 Volt DC Outlets at the Navigation Station and Helm
  • Lightning Grounded
  • GFCI
  • Led Lighting Upgrade in the Main Salon, Head, Galley, and Forward Cabin (2012)
  • Twin Anchor Roller
  • Bruce Anchor w/ Chain and Nylon Rode
  • Fortress FX23 Anchor w/Chain and Nylon Rode
  • Bow Pulpit and Stern Rail
  • 24″ Stainless Steel Double Lifelines with Port, Starboard and Stern Boarding Gates
  • Six Deck and Mooring Cleats with Deck Chocks
  • Dodger & Bimini w/ Connector Panel
  • Flares, Bell, Horn, 5 Fire Extinguishers
  • Flare Gun
  • Radar Reflector
  • 2 Regular and 2 Large Fenders
  • Dock Lines
  • Adult Type 1 PFDs
  • Lifesling
  • Horseshoe Life Ring
  • Navigation Lights – Port and Starboard Running Lights are up on the Bow Pulpit for good visibility. Stern Light is mounted on the transom. The steaming light is on the front of the mast. Anchor Light is on top of the Mast. Port and Starboard Spreader Lights.
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Teak Folding Pedestal Cockpit Table w/Drink Holder
  • Boat Hook
  • Boarding Ladder
  • Handheld Cockpit Shower
  • Fiberglass Toe Rails & Cockpit Combings
  • Dinghy Davits
  • Cruise equipped and very easy to single hand
  • The standing rigging is 1X19 stainless steel wire
  • Harken roller furling genoa

Sails:

  • Neil Pride Fully-Battened Dacron Mainsail w/2 Reef Points & Doyle Stack
  • Pak
  • Neil Pride Dacron 135% Roller Furling Genoa w/UV Protection
  • Dacron Staysail (very lightly used)
  • Nylon Asymmetrical Spinnaker w/Sock (very lightly used

 

  • Keel stepped, single spreader, painted aluminum mast & boom
  • Sail area 868 sq. ft.
  • Lazy jacks
  • Doyle Stack Pak
  • Long mainsheet traveler
  • Boom gallows
  • 1 Electric Lewmar #48 two speed, self-tailing primary winch w/multiple stoppers (starboard)
  • 1 Lewmar #46 two speed, self-tailing primary winch (port)
  • 1 Lewmar #30 two speed, self-tailing cabin top winch sheet
  • 1 Reel style cabin top winch for the forward centerboard
  • 3 Lewmar #7 single speed, halyard winches on the mast
  • Locking winch handle
  • Most actively used lines led aft to cockpit
  • Sunbrella UV protection on the roller furling head sail
  • Sunbrella UV protective mainsail cover as part of Doyle Stack Pak
  • Marine Air air conditioning (needs service)
  • Force 10 cabin heater
  • Manual bilge pump (Whale Gusher in cockpit)
  • 2 Automatic bilge pumps (Rule 2000 & Johnson 2200)
  • Shower sump pump
  • Engine single throttle/shift lever is on starboard side of helm seat
  • Fresh water cooling
  • Primary and secondary fuel filters
  • Diesel fuel and propane shut off valves
  • Fume detector
  • Smoke detector
  • Two 20# propane tanks in dedicated aft cockpit locker
  • The Raritan PH II manual head discharges to a holding tank. The overboard discharge has been rendered inoperable
  • 40″ stainless steel ring on teak steering wheel wit namual rack and pinion steering
  • 18’X14″ Fixed 3 blade bronze propeller on a 1 1/4″ stainless steel shaft
  • Reduction ratio 2.36:1
  • Molded keel design with dual centerboards, forward of molded fiberglass and aft of stainless steel
  • Raw water strainer
  • 90 degree throw, bronze through-hull seacocks
  • Epoxy moisture barrier coat (2013)
  • Traditional bottom paint
  • Dark blue hull
  • Boat is on rented jack stands
  • Kady-Krogen & other operator manuals

Improvements & Upgrades

2009: Replaced diesel engine

2010: Replaced battery charger

2012: Added holding tank, LED lighting upgrade in the main salon, head, galley and forward cabin

2013: Epoxy moisture barrier coat

2014: New Isotherm refrigeration

2017: New Upholstery in main salon, New aft cabin mattress

Kady-Krogen & other operator manuals

Additional Salesperson’s Comments

The Krogen 38 Cutter is a high end cruising yacht, offering graceful lines, moderate draft and a functional sail plan and deck layout. She will transport you stress free, into all those skinny water spots that other sailors can only dream of.

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.

Contact Information

  • 520 S WATER ST MILWAUKEE, WI 53204
  • 262-498-2969
  • Monday – Friday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM Saturday: 9:00AM – 4:00PM Sunday: 11:00AM - 3:00PM
Ed Jirsa Cpyb
Ed Jirsa
262-498-2969