The Ericson 38-200 takes a very good thing and makes it even better. By bringing the head aft and changing the galley to a “pedestal” configuration, the aft cabin expands and becomes a master. The forward stateroom gains locker space to spoil your guests. All this from a builder known for quality and durability.
1989 Ericson 38-200
1989 Ericson 38-200
Your Day on the Water just got better!
The interior is oiled teak, with leatherette headliner and deck access zippers. Seven aluminum opening port lights w/screens, 2 aluminum deck hatches w/solar fans, plus the companionway provide excellent natural light & ventilation. There is a good mix of DC & AC lighting to illuminate the teak and holly cabin sole.
The forward guest cabin has a 6’6” X 4’6” double berth, vanity w/seat, two hanging lockers, shelves, two dome lights, deck hatch w/solar vent, and two opening ports w/screens.
The salon’s port dinette drops down to become a comfortable double berth with storage underneath. The starboard settee serves as a single berth with storage lockers above and outboard with hinged doors. The teak table seats six. Extra table extension makes it comfortable to accommodate 10 persons at once. The teak interior grab rails make movement below decks safe and secure in a seaway.
The pedestal galley to port has storage galore, near center line deep stainless steel double sinks with both manual water foot pumps for lake and tank water and hot and cold pressure water with a 6 gallon, Atwood EHM6-SM, 110v AC/engine heated hot water heater, a large, top load, 6 cubic foot insulated ice box, a gimbaled, three burner Hillerange propane stove with oven.
The aft facing navigation station is to starboard across from the galley. The chart table with high intensity chart light and ample related lockers with room for an array of electronics.
The head compartment aft to starboard with a manual head & holding tank, molded counter tops with stainless steel sink, separate shower stall, teak shower grate, independent shower sump pump, hanging and linen locker, and opening port w/screen.
The master stateroom is aft to port with a large, comfortable 6’6” X 5’9” double berth, a door for complete privacy, hanging locker, vanity and plenty of storage.
- Electronics & Navigation
- Autohelm 4000 auto pilot
- Ritchie 5” binnacle compass
- Datamarine Link5000 System
- Datamarine depth sounder
- Datamarine speed and distance log
- Datamarine wind instrument
- West Marine 580 VHF radio at nav station
- Raytheon RL70 Radar at the helm w/mast mounted dome
- Kenwood AM/FM Stereo / 5 CD player w handheld remote / interior and exterior cockpit speakers
- Weems & Plath Ship’s Clock & Barometer
- Will include handheld GPS
- Will include handheld VHF radio
- 2 Group 27 batteries
- Battery parallel switch
- ProMariner ProSport20 20 amp automatic battery charger
- New 50’ 30 amp shore power cord
- 12 volt DC panel w/battery condition meter
- 110 volt AC w/GFCI
- Anchor roller
- Bruce anchor w/chain and nylon rode
- Danforth anchor
- Anchor locker on foredeck, recessed w/overboard drain
- Bow pulpit and stern rail
- Stainless steel double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates
- Wind scoop
- Four deck and mooring cleats with deck chocks
- Flares, bell, horn, 2 fire extinguishers
- 4 fenders and dock lines
- Adult Type 1 PFDs – 8-10 new
- New Life sling in soft case mounted on stern rail w/3:1 lifting tackle
- Type IV life ring mounted on stern rail
- Jack line & harnesses
- Handheld spotlight
- Nav lights – Port and starboard running lights are up on the bow pulpit for good visibility. Stern light is mounted up on the stern rail. The combination steaming/deck light is on the mast. Anchor light is on top of mast.
- Cockpit cushions
- Cockpit table
- 2 Boat hooks
- Boarding ladder
- Teak handrails
- Bosun’s chair
- 3 Stainless steel propane grill
- Edson outboard motor mount on stern rail
- Cruise/race equipped and very easy to single hand
- The standing rigging is Navtec stainless steel rod
- Harken roller furling jib
- Dacron mainsail w/2 reef points
- New (2016) Dacron roller furling 135 genoa/ jib miter cut w Sunbrella cover & luff foam ($3,544)
- Nylon cruising chute w/scoop
- Sail area: 709 sq. ft. using 100% fore triangle
- Keel stepped double spreader tapered painted aluminum mast
- Lazy jacks
- Harken mainsheet traveler on cabin top
- Manual boom vang
- Navtec hydraulic back stay
- Inboard and outboard adjustable genoa sheet cars
- 2 Lewmar #52 two speed, self-tailing primary winches
- 1 Lewmar #40 two speed, self-tailing port cabin top
- 1 Lewmar #16 two speed, self-tailing port cabin top
- 2 Lewmar #30 two speed, self-tailing starboard cabin top
- 2 Locking winch handles
- Lines led aft to cockpit
- Sunbrella mainsail cover
- Whale manual bilge pump
- Automatic bilge pump
- Shower sump pump
- Engine throttle and shift levers and wheel brake are on the steering pedestal
- Fresh water cooling
- Primary and secondary fuel filters
- Diesel fuel and propane shut off valves
- Fume detector
- Single propane tank is in dedicated locker
- The manual head discharges to a 26 gallon holding tank. The overboard discharge has been rendered inoperable
- Edson leather covered 36” stainless steel wheel with manually connected steering
- Emergency tiller
- Two blade bronze Michigan Sailer 16RH13 propeller on a 1” stainless steel shaft
- Raw water strainer
- Proper ball seacocks
- VC17 bottom paint
- Custom canvas winter cover (highest degree of finish & weatherproofing w/venting & opening for stanchions & shrouds-purchased 10/14; $2926)
- Custom steel cradle
- 2013: Larsen Marine Service winterized and shrink wrapped.
- 2014: (3/21/14) -replaced impeller. (3/2614) -Rebed forward hatch; VC17 bottom; Mast removed & tuned rigging; Keel removed, grind hull, smooth, epoxy fill, bed keel, fair in keel joint & interconnect & sand 7 VC17 ($3600); (5/14) -Buff & wax hull ($836); bilge pump strainer; Commission sailboat. (11/14) –Inspect/lube thru hull valves / Winterization ($753).
- 2015: (1/3/15) -repair galley sink; installed new insulation around engine ($445); (3/31/15) –engine closed cooling ($525); (6/10/15) –buff/wax top deck professionally ($646); (6/3/15) –fix starter, Commission boat ($720); (11/15) –
- Winterize ($623).
- 2016: (3/31/16) –Bilge pump switch, engine fuel filters ($1098); (5/31/16) –sink, Commission ($250); (10/16) –bad key switch on engine repaired ($344); (12/16) -Winterize ($562).
- 2017: (5/17) Commission; (7/31/17) –Impeller ($352); (10/17) –Winterize ($439).
- 2018: (6/30/18) –Commission/fix rudder post issue ($2159); (9/18) –Buff/wax topside professionally ($760); (10/18) – Winterize ($837); Remove sails ($327); (10/18) – Rebuilt engine raw water pump because it was leaking oil ($640).
Additional Salesperson’s Comments
The Ericson 38-200 is a classic yacht offering graceful lines, a luxurious interior and a sea kindly motion in a seaway. She is quality built yacht that is safe, fast, and designed to sail under a full range of wind and sea conditions.
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.