S/V Mystery – 1986 CT-38 Princess Fast Cruiser!
Contact: John Ensley – email@example.com – 360-281-6495
New Zealand naval architect Alan Warwick designed the CT-38 for maximum blue water speed for the demanding conditions of the Tasman Sea. She is an absolute dream under sail, beautiful to look at, and a very comfortable cruiser – coastal or offshore…
She’s ready to go cruising. 3 head sails, boom kicker, sheets new in 2014, 4 sheet winches, two cabin top winches, roller furling, Garmin chart plotter at the helm, older radar at the nav station (it works perfectly), auto pilot, Garmin wind instrumentation (new 2013), VHF, etc. Refrigeration, Pressure hot and cold water, Hart battery monitor, dodger (new 2014). New aluminum fuel tanks and lines in 2015. Stunning teak interior with the best quality interior cushions I have ever seen on any boat. Mystery has a ton of storage space compared most other 38 footers of her vintage. Some might be apprehensive about the teak decks, but her decks are “glued, not screwed,” are surprisingly easy to care for – and they are absolutely beautiful, especially considering they are 30 years old!
If you are looking for an affordable, comfortable cruising boat that is an absolute blast to sail and will turns heads wherever you go, Mystery may be just the ticket! Asking $65,000 and considering reasonable offers.
John Ensley – firstname.lastname@example.org – 360-281-6495