1984 CT 38' (11.58 m) Warwick
Oxford, Maryland, United States
1984 CT 38 Warwick
Flag of Registry: United States
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: 673273
"Red Jacket V" is an exceptional vessel that has had the fortune of extra ordinary owners these last 12 years. It is quite a story and a tremendous amount of time, money and love has gone into this fine yacht. Much more regarding her refit and upgrades with in the listing, for now here is a short list of some of the major items added.
2010 Deck and hull awlgripped
2011 New Beta 43HP dsl engine
2011 New Nextgen 6KVA dsl generator
2011 New Lewmar electric Halyard winch
2014 Schafer Boom Main furling system
2014 New Sails
2018 All instruments upgraded to Garmin
2020 Life raft and MOB re-certified
"Red Jacket V" is in true sail away condition. She is easily single handed and is a wonderful offshore vessel capable of sailing around the world. If you are looking for a solid, capable, excellent performing yacht that is ready to go, "Red Jacket V" is the one. Oh, and for you racers who like a little comfort, she has a New England PHRF base handicap of 159 with a racing handicap of 168 and a cruising handicap of 180.
Her 2019 survey valued her at $175,000.00 with a comment from the surveyor of "NOTE: This is a unique vessel, in that it is so extensively upgraded that it is practically a new custom vessel." The asking price does not come close to what the owners have invested into Red Jacket V, but it was done out of passion and the love of sailing. I doubt you will find a nicer or newer vessel in better condition and at this reasonable asking price.
She is located in Oxford, Md. Please contact the listing broker, Laird Larrimore, to make an appointment.
LOA: 37' 8'' (11.48 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 11' 5''
Draft Max: 6' 7''
Single Berths: 4
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Shape: Monohull
Fuel Tank: 52 Gallons (196.84 Liters)
Fresh Water: 80 Gallons (302.83 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
Displacement: 16770 lbs
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- Engine Make: Beta Marine
- Engine Model: B-43
- Engine Year: 2011
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 43.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1300.00
Walking through the vessel from stem to stern:
She has a lovely, traditional interior configuration with the FWD cabin interior arrangement. A nice large master stateroom is forward with V-berth and numerous drawers and lockers for extended voyages. She has shelving outboard of the berth as well as a 5 drawer credenza to port followed by the private access to the head. On STB she has a 4 drawer credenza as well as a hanging locker. Large hatch above for ventilation, teak cabinetry, teak and holly sole and offers 6'2" headroom.
Next is the large head with overhead hatch for added ventilation; The head is equipped with;
- Large vanity Mirror
- Stainless steel sink
- Storage above, outboard and below vanity
- 2015 Grohe faucet
- 2013 Raritan Marine Elegance Electric fresh water toilet
- Hot and cold pressure water
- Flexible, bulkhead mounted shower
Heading aft you enter the Main salon with 6'5" headroom; Here she has the traditional feel of a fine yacht with a U-shaped dinette to port with fixed table and a settee opposite to STB. The settee pulls out making for a larger sleeping berth and offers abundant storage behind as well as outboard shelves. There is additional shelving behind the dinette as well. Tanks are located under the seating areas. Aft of the dinette on port is her large Navigation station, electronics and electric panel followed by a double quarter berth. Aft of the STB settee is her L-shaped galley. Her companionway leads to the cockpit and also serves as access to the engine compartment.
Her whole interior is warm and inviting with her teak and holly sole throughout, teak cabinetry and white laminate headliner with teak support accents add to her charm yet lending to a very bright boat below. All her soft goods below have been redone in a fun green and white stripe. All new fixed ports with stainless steel trim and overhead hatch also add to the light below.
This is a very well thought out L-shaped galley with the following equipment and 6'3" headroom.
- Double stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
- 2015 Grohe freshwater faucet
- Manual cold water foot pump with faucet
- Force 10 3 burner LPG range with oven
- Emerson Microwave
- 12-volt DC Cold Machine refrigeration system with compressor in STB cockpit locker
- Plenty of counter space for food preparation
- Storage above and below work surfaces
- 12-volt Imtra Hatteras red/white LED cabin lights overhead
- Fixed portlight
- LPG solenoid
All Garmin software updated Sept 2020.
- Garmin GPSmap 7610 chart plotter/radar
- Garmin GHP Reactor autopilot
- Garmin GMI 10 multi-function display depth/speed/wind
- Standard Horizon RAM 3+mic
- 6" Ritchie compass with stainless steel base at the pedestal binnacle
- Garmin GPSmap 7612 Chart plotter/radar
- Charts include Canada thru the Chesapeake Bay 2020
- Standard Horizon Matrix VHF radio with AIS/GPS
- AIS 600
- Garmin HD Fantom radar dome with MARPA tracking function
- AirMar wind machine
- VHF whip antenna
- Garmin satellite receiver for Sirius radio and weather (requires subscription)
- Garmin Satellite receiver for GPS
- Garmin autopilot and chart-plotters have handheld remote controls.
Sails and Rigging
- Anodized aluminum Isomat extrusion mast, with internal halyards
- Black anodized aluminum and stainless steel gooseneck
- Schaefer extruded aluminum in-boom main furling system
- Double aluminum blade spreaders
- 1 X 19 stainless steel wire stays and shrouds
- Stem to inner forestay stainless steel tie bar (installed in 2010)
- Stainless steel chain plates - Each one was removed and replaced with a new stainless alloy chainplates, new stainless steel bolts and oversized stainless steel deck surround plates with backing plates and re-bedded.
- Navtec style stainless steel closed barrel design turnbuckles
- Schaefer mainsail Boom furling system
- Harken headsail furling
- Garhauer genoa cars, adjustable from the cockpit
- All halyards are braided
- All sheets are braided
- Lewmar mainsail traveler system
- Schaefer mechanical aluminum tube boom vang
- Forespar telescoping line control whisker pole system with moveable car which slides on a vertical track mounted to the leading edge of the mast
- Barient #32 self-tailing primary winches
- Barient self-tailing secondary winches
- New Lewmar EVO self-tailing stainless steel electric winch on coach roof
- Barient #23 self-tailing on the cabin top
- Barient #10 single speed halyard winch on mast
- 2014 Polyester fully batten furling mainsail
- 2014 Polyester Genoa with UV protection
- 2010 Beurig Kevlar 110% headsail
- 2014 Hank-on inner forestay polyester staysail (33f sq ft)
- 2014 Hank-on inner forestay polyester storm staysail (22 sq ft)
- 2014 Asymetric spinnaker
- 2011 Beta Marine 43HP diesel engine with 1300hrs
- 2011 NextGen 6.0 KVA diesel generator
- 2011 Twin Disc TCM60 transmission
- Racor fuel/water separator
- Engine mounted fuel filter
- exhaust manifold
- Waterlift type muffler
- 1.24" stainless steel shaft
- Bronze compression cap type stuffing box
- Maxprop 4 blade feathering propeller
- Reverso oil changing system
- Steering is via a pedestal mounted cable type with radial quadrant drive at the rudder post
- 1 1/2" stainless steel rudder stock
- 2 stainless steel diesel tanks under the port side dinette (32 gal and 20 gal for a total of 52 gallons)
- 2011 USCG A1 flex-fuel feed and return lines
- Engine mounted fuel pump
- 2011 Shut off valves
- Tank manifold located under the cabin sole
- Fluchs stainless steel vent on the port cabin side
- USCG A1 flex filling line on the side deck
- Hart System Tank Tender fuel level monitor
- 2 aluminum alloy tanks in cockpit
- Overflow protection Device valves
- Pressure gauge is installed
- LPG shut off valve at the tank top
- LPG electrical solenoid shut-off valve switch in galley
- Flex LPG approved hose. Very good condition where it can be observed
- LPG gas warning labels located at the tank locker
12-volt DC system:
- 2 DC Blue Seas breaker panel with 24 circuits
- Digital DC Voltage meter
- 4 Deka 8G31DTM gel cell batteries in two banks
- 1 group 31 battery for engine start
- Rotary switches
- Link 2000 Battery monitor system with an Ideal regulator output module
- 12-volt cigarette-style outlets
120-Volt AC system:
- AC Blue Seas breaker panel with 8 circuits and dual pole breaker for shore power
- Digital type AC Voltage meter
- Shore power breaker
- 30 amp/125 volt system
- 30 amp 25' Marinco shore power cord
- Marinco 30amp shore power inlet outside the cockpit coaming on the port side, aft.
- GFCI equipped 110V outlets installed in wet locations
- Stainless steel pushpit
- Custom stainless steel fold-down swim ladder
- Outboard motor mount on pushpit
- Garmin antennas mounted on pushpit
- Stainless steel Forespar Nova-lift is affixed to the stern for MOB and outboard
- Stainless steel flush deck cleats port and STB
- chocks built into anodized aluminum toe rails
- Suite of electronics
- Edson pedestal with stainless steel destroyer wheel steering (rebuilt and painted 2011)
- Canvas pedestal cover
- 2020 New canvas dodger
- Engine controls are located on the pedestal
- STB side cockpit storage locker
- Aft cockpit storage lockers and propane locker
- Teak deck grate overlay in cockpit sole
- Stainless steel bow pulpit with side stanchions and double life lines - side gates port and STB
- Goiot slotted aluminum tow rail with Chocks built in
- Stainless steel extended bow roller designed for the Rocna Anchor
- Lewmar chromed bronze vertical 12 volt DC windlass for rope and chain with deck mounted foot switches and haws pipe (rebuilt in 2010)
- Anchor locker with lock
- Custom chain stopper
- Custom mooring Sampson post
- Flush mounted stainless steel cleats port and STB
- Smoked Lexan sliding hatch at the companionway
- Fixed cabin side smoked Lexan windows with custom fabricated polished stainless steel trim rings
- 2 Polished stainless steel opening portlights on the cabin sides with smoked Lexan lights and screens
- 2 Stainless steel framed and flanged cabin top hatches with smoked Lexan skylights
- Solar vent in head
- Stainless steel custom fabricated handrails on the sides of the cabin top
- Mainsail traveler
- Primary anchor is a Rocna 44lb anchor at the bow roller
- 40 feet of 5/16" G-40 chain with a Mantus swivel
- Secondary anchor is a Fortress #23
- 40 feet of 5/16" G-40 Chain spliced to 200' of 5/8" braided nylon line with a 316 stainless steel thimble
- 200' of Yale 5/8" braid fastened to a U-bolt in the rode locker
- Boat hook
- Bosun's chair
- Deck brush
- Red polyester yacht braid dock lines
- Four custom red polar fleece covered fenders
- MOM 8-A pack is mounted on the stern rail and includes an inflatable lighted man overboard pole, an inflatable horseshoe buoy and a sea anchor
- Valise tube 4 person offshore raft onboard
- 2 USCG approved fire extinguishers
- Visual distress signal in the form of a USCG approved white electric flashing distress signal
- LED Lopolight navigation lights
- Floating battery-powered strobe
- Handheld air horn and a loud hailer speaker on the mast
- USCG placards
- Power exhaust ventilation blower
- ACR Satellite 406, class 2, manually deployed EPIRB
- Radar reflector permanently mounted on the mast
- First aid kit
This vessel, in spite of its age, has gone thru a complete refit in 2009/2010 and will stand against any comparable vessel built today. The owners have records of everything that has been done to her. Using current materials and technology she now far exceeds how she was originally built and with constant updating and improvements by her dedicated owners she outshines the competition.
New Zealand naval architect Alan Warwick designed the CT-38 for maximum blue water speed for the demanding conditions of the Tasman Sea. Her deck is laid out for racing efficiency. This boat will be at home in any ocean; The Tasman, Caribbean, Chesapeake Bay, you name it and she will take you there in comfort.
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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The water has always been a part of my life since learning to sail aboard a Sailfish while vacationing in Chatham, Massachusetts. At twelve, I graduated to Penguins and 420’s at the Tred Avon Yacht Club in Oxford, Maryland. My parents always belonged to the Corinthian Yacht Club in Philadelphia and I often accompanied them on cruises aboard a Hinckley Bermuda 40 that we cruised in the Chesapeake.
Understanding banking after working 12 years for Loyola Savings and Loan of Maryland, I helped navigate the purchase of a 32’ Pearson Vanguard for a friend and taught him to sail. Loving the idea of sharing my passion for boating, I joined Oxford Boatyard Yacht Sales (in what is now Safe Harbor Oxford Boatyard and Marina) in 1990 and worked as a broker for fifteen years.
In 1993, Oxford Boatyard Yacht Sales became a dealer for Sabre and Back Cove Motor Yachts and I acquired an understanding and respect for powerboats. I worked closely with the boatyard commissioning new vessels and working as a liaison between new owners and the marina. I have an intimate understanding of the boat buying process - how to guide new owners through surveys, sea trials, registration, and documentation.
I love all boats and each one has its own quality. Though I would consider myself a traditionalist in boat design, I like what the new designs offer in comfort and ability.
When not talking boats, my husband (of 25 years) and I live in Easton, Maryland. My husband is the rigging supervisor at Safe Harbor Oxford Boatyard and our daughter works at the marina full time, having graduated from Washington College in 2020. She earned her Teaching Certification and is applying for a teaching position in English.
I am starting my 4th year as a broker with Brewer Yacht Sales and in addition to my office at Safe Harbor Zahniser’s in Solomon’s, Maryland I now have an office at Safe Harbor Oxford. This enables me to cover the territory from the Eastern Shore to Solomon’s Island and everything in between.
I look forward to speaking with you and sharing my passion for boats. Let me help you find the perfect yacht or support and guide you in the sale of your existing vessel!