for sale:

Comfortina 38

Year of construction: 1988

New Engine and Saildrive 2019

91.000 €

As far as the specified installation dates are before 2016, they are based on information provided by the previous owner. Since this will be a private sale of a used boat, the sale takes place under the exclusion of any warranty.

Engine & Drive

  • Engine: Volvo Penta D1-30F with dual-circuit cooling (new 2019, at the end of the 2020 season: 210 operating hours!)
  • Drive: Saildrive 130 S (new 2019 together with motor)
  • Gori folding propeller, 3 blades, 16,5x11x3 LHS, (2013)
  • Diesel tank approx. 100 l

Engine-hour indicator in the control panel

Sails, Rigging and Deck’s Layout

  • Main: UK Sailmakers, Tape-Drive Silver, 4 battens, with Frederiksen mast-slides (2012)
  • Genoa 1: UK Sailmakers, touring laminate with UV protection at leech and foot (2009/2010)
  • Genoa 4/Jib: Prime-Sails, Dacron (2013)
  • Blister (flasher) with dousing sock (spilerstrømpe): UK Sailmakers (2005), little used
  • Spinnaker with dousing sock (spilerstrømpe): UK Sailmakers (2003), little used
  • Storm sail (2014), little used
  • There is also an old mainsail and an old genoa 1, both UK Silverdrive that can be used in an emergency to save the season.
  • Roller furling genoa system: Furlex 204S, 7 mm (new Sep 2018)
  • Mast: Nordic, two spreaders, swept aft
  • All shrouds and backstay new 2017
  • Boom: Seldén
  • 2 single-line-reefs
  • Backstays (optional)
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Gennaker bowsprit (self-made of carbon by the previous owner)
  • Lazy Jacks and sailcover for mainsail
  • 4 Andersen sheet winches: 2 x 46 ST and 2 x 40 ST
  • Halyard winches: 1 x Harken 40 ST and 1 x Meissner 21 ST
  • 2 jib sheet rails
  • 2 genoa sheet rails
  • Frederiksen sheet slides
  • Genoa sheet slides can be adjusted from the cockpit
  • Frederiksen mainsheet traveler slide
  • Mainsheet: Lewmar Racing Blocks, 3-times, 80mm
  • Spinnaker-/Gennaker sheets and barberhaulers
  • Rodkicker
  • 2 x 6 latch clamps, in the cockpit
  • 2 winch handles

In September 2018, the Tuff Luff profile forestay was replaced by a furling system. Since then as foresails we only had on board genoa 1, genoa 4 (jib) and gennaker. We found it most convenient for family sailing. The originally battened jib stands good, also without battens. The Tuff Luff profile forestay is still available in case those who are ambitious regatta sailors want to make the effort to rearrange. Unfortunately, the Genoa 3, which can be seen on some photos still(the yellow laminate sail), is cut too low for the Furlex and is therefore no longer mentioned in the equipment list. It would fit on the Tuff Luff profile though.

Technics

  • Electric anchor winch Lewmar (2006)
  • anchor, M-type, 15 kg with 20 m stainless steel chain + 30 m line
  • Remote control connection for achor winch in anchor locker and cockpit
  • Stern anchor, Plough, 16kg on webbing
  • Self-steering system SPX 10 with linear drive type 1 (2011)
  • Rudder wheel controlled, new leather on wheel 2019
  • Switch-/Control panel mainly Philippi, battery monitoring, service water and fuel tank display
  • 3 sockets (220 V): bathroom, instrument panel and pantry
  • 220 V shore connection at bow and stern
  • Sterling Charger (2004)
  • Starter battery (2016)
  • 2 AGM batteries with 150 Ah nominal capacity each, (new 2020)
  • Bilge pumps electr. and manual, the latter new (2017)
  • Sea valves renewed (2017)
  • External loudspeaker for audio/VHF

Navigation

  • GPS, Furuno, at the chart table
  • VHF, DSC, Simrad
  • Raymarine instruments: ST60, Multi, Wind, Log
  • Raymarine chart plotter e7D, Navionics charts, remote control via iPad possible (WiFi)
  • Autopilot control via Raymarine ST 6002
  • Radar: Raymarine Radom RD418D on carbon mast at the stern
  • 3 compasses: at Steeringwheel, instrument console and chart table (bearing compass)
  • AIS

Comfort

  • Hot water via motor circuit and 220 V, boiler (2017)
  • FW pressurized water system for bathroom and sink, Whale Watermaster pump (2018)
  • Electric toilet (2006)
  • Heating: Eberspächer Hydronic 10 with water / coolant circuit, diesel-powered, completely overhauled in authorized workshop and circulation pump replaced (2018)
  • 2-burner gas stove with oven (2009)
  • 5kg gas bottle
  • Double sink
  • Cooling compartment with cooling unit (2008)
  • FW tank approx. 120 l
  • Blackwatertank approx. 80 l

Others

  • Some of the photos still show the rigging with TuffLuff forestay profile. Furlex new Sept. 2018
  • The boot-top line has become navy / dark blue since autumn 2020
  • Railings way trough both sides
  • Sprayhood (2006)
  • Cockpit tent (Cake stand) (2007)
  • The deck has been coated with epoxy resin / sand mix by the previous owner and is extremely non-slip!
  • Rubbing strake made of teak with metal profile
  • Headroom in the companionway area approx. 1.95 m, slightly less towards the salon
  • Sleeps: 4/7, 2 each in the fore and aft cabin and up to 3 in the saloon, children can sleep well three in the cabins.

For basic data and further information of Comfortina 38 yachts, please click on the following link. Comfort-Yachts Germany have asked me to point out that, being a private seller, I shall remain the contact person for further questions and that their company is not involved. Therefore they ask not to be approached about it:

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