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Ericson 38-200
(12,00 m) - 1988

Layout :

  • Length : 12,00 m (39' 4")
  • LOA: 38’ (11.6m)
  • Beam : 12’ (3.7m)
  • Draft : 6.5’ (2m)
  • Displacement: 15,500lbs (7031kg)
  • Air draft : 50’ (15.2m)
  • Material : GRP (fiberglass)
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Universal M40 32 HP

American flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 5,97 M XPF / 49 990 €

Efficient and safe cruising sailboat.

Well maintained, fully equipped and ready to go.

Interior fittings :

4 to 6 sleeps - 2 double cabins

  • Double cabin on fore
  • Large U-shaped saloon to port with facing bench seat
  • Starboard chart table with pilot-berth
  • Port L-shaped galley
  • Double aft port cabin
  • Aft starboard head

Listing :

Building and history

Ericson 38-200 fiberglass type sailboat, built in 1988 by Ericson shipyards.
These sailboats were a reference in construction and layout details at that time.
solid hull reinforced and strengthened by a “triaxial force grid” of stringers, a deck to hull joint that is completely bonded and glassed, and the way all bulkheads and cabinets are glassed to the hull. The deck is solid fiberglass in areas of high stress and the rest is balsa cored for light weight and durability.


Universal 5432 - M40 engine 32 HP at 2800 RPM
Engine Hours: 1513 on meter plus a reported 1200 from previous owner
Transmission: ZF12 (2018).
MaxProp Easy 3-blade feathering propeller (2014)
PSS Dripless Seal shaft seal (2014)
New engine mounts installed 2018
Shift and throttle cables replaced 2014
Aftermarket air intake filter installed 2017
Exhaust hose replaced 2018
Engine fluids and zinc changed ahead of spec and recorded in detailed maintenance log available for inspection
Oversized 3” diameter heat exchanger installed 2014
RACOR primary fuel filter housing installed 2018
Electric fuel lift pump (for easy priming) installed new 2017
Oberdorfer raw water pump installed new 2018
Oversized ZF12 transmission installed new 2018
New propeller shaft and coupling installed in 2014
Line cutter installed on propeller shaft in 2014
Engine blower installed new 2018
Engine professionally aligned in 2014 and 2018
Spare parts include a starter, zincs, belts, all filters, water pump, hoses, heat exchanger parts, engine mounts, alternator, and more.
Fuel Capacity: 56gal (212L)
3 * 5 gal (20L) diesel jerry jugs

Sloop rigging

Mast and Boom Kenyon Spars with white polyurethane paint. Mast is tapered for performance. Internal routing for halyards and reef lines
Mast pulled, overhauled, and inspected in 2014
Low profile stainless steel mast steps installed 2014
Rigging: Headstay, backstay, upper, lower, and intermediate shrouds are stainless steel wire, some oversized from OEM spec, with swaged fittings, installed in 2012
PBO Solent stay with custom Dyneema tensioner installed in 2014
1 VPC mainsail halyard
1 Dyneema trysail halyard
1 Dyneema and 1 VPC spinnaker halyards
1 Dyneema staysail halyard
1 x Dyneema jib halyard
All installed between 2014 to present
Sheets in VPC (2014)
All reef lines are VPC and led to cockpit
Genoa has rope luff and reinforced foot to enable reefing with the headsail furler
Halyard and spinnaker sheaves inspected and replaced as needed in 2014
Harken ball bearing traveler
Garhauer boom vang stainless steel rigid with factory installed reinforcement sleeve
2 Barient 32 self-tailing winches
Cockpit Winches: Barient 21 self tailing, Barient 21, Barient 18, Barient 22
Lewmar 40 self-tailing mast winch (2014)
Winch handles
Blocks: Assorted Harken, Garhauer ball bearing, and Selden. Most installed 2014 to present
Genoa/Jib leads: Garhauer adjustable leads on inboard track. Garhauer oversized stainless steel leads on outboard track (2014)
Clutches / Jammers: assorted Spinlock (mainly XTS and PXR installed 2014 to present)
North Sails (Harken) headsail furler
Whisker Pole: Forespar Line Control telescoping mounted on mast track (2014)
North Sails NPC Radian full-batten radial cut Mainsail with 2 reef points (reef 2 is extra deep), new in 2014
North Sails 145% cruising laminate genoa with sunbrella sun cover and reinforced clew and head
North Sails trysail, new in 2014
North Sails storm jib, new in 2014
North Sails working jib 100% cross cut Dacron, like new condition
UK Sails asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN sleeve and ATN Tacker.

Ground tackle

Maxwell RC10-8 windlass with capstan and wireless remote control, new in 2014
Additional control switch at helm (2014)
Main anchorage: anchor + 80 meters x 8 mm galvanized chain (2020) + 60’ Mega Plait rode (2014)
Stainless Steel chain stopper (2014)
Oversized stainless steel bow cleats (2014)
Foredeck extensively reinforced in 2014 to handle extreme loads
Salt water deck/anchor washdown system (2018)


Fresh water capacity: 60gal (227L)
Spectra Ventura 200T watermaker rated at 8.3gph (31lph), installed in 2014
Seagull IV X-1F water purifier with stainless steel stand-alone tap (2014)
Princess Gourmet II 2-burner LPG/Butane/Propane stove with oven (2014)
Gas System: aluminum LPG/butane/propane tank
Electronic solenoid controlled from galley
Vented locker for LPG/butane/propane tank
Refrigeration: Alder Barbour Cold-Machine (2016) with large insulated box and freezer
Jabsco manual toilet with Shields Poly X Premium sanitation hose (2014)
Holding Tank: 25gal (94.6L)
Whale Y-valve for head (2014)
Whale Mk V manual sanitation pump for holding tank (2014)
Salt and fresh water foot pumps in galley
Two basin stainless-steel sink in galley
Dedicated shower with standing room and seat
Caframo fans throughout the cabin (2014 and newer)
4 Adjustable dorades with stainless steel bases that can be closed from inside the cabin (2014)
Pioneer am/fm/cd stereo with Bluetooth and USB connections
Bose speakers in cabin & Poly-Planar waterproof box speakers in cockpit


4 Trojan T105 Plus 6v house batteries (2014), total 420 Ah, inspected and watered on regular basis and recorded in maintenance log book available for inspection
Victron AGM reserve battery (2017)
House Voltage: 12v DC and 120v AC.
Reserve Capacity: 110 Amp-Hours @ 20-Hr rate
Xantrex battery charger
Xantrex inverter
Balmar Digital Duo Charge crossover charger (2014).
Balmar 100amp engine alternator, deregulated to approximately 80 amps (2015)
Balmar MC-614 alternator regulator (2015)
Xantrex Link 20 battery monitor
Solar panels: 700 watts total
600 watts flexible panels (2016)
100 watts on adjustable SolarStik Marine pole (2014)
The flexible panels have MC4 connectors for easy replacement if desired
Solar Controllers: 1 Blue Sky Energy 2000e MPPT (2014) and 1 Blue Sky Energy Sun Charger 30 with IPN Remote (2016)
Primus Air Silent X wind generator (2016)
Blue Sea Systems distribution panels: with analog gauges/meters (2014)
Extensive over-current protection installed throughout the boat (2014-2018)
Most primary wiring was installed new or replaced between 2014-2018 with marine grade stranded tinned wire including the battery cables, windlass wiring, water maker leads, and other high capacity voltage sensitive circuits
Most wires are labeled and recorded in wiring schematics
DC outlets in main cabin (3), forward berth (2), cockpit (2), and anchor locker (1).
AC outlets are GFCI protected and located throughout the cabin
Red/white LED lighting throughout cabin.

Electronic and navigation instruments

Chartplotter: B&G Zeus2 9” (2014)
Radar: B&G 4G Broadband (2014)
Radar Pole: Garhauer stainless steel with adjustable tilt
Instruments: Simrad IS20 Comb
Instrument (2014), Signet speed/depth, MeteoMan digital recording barometer (2014)
Garmin GPSMAP 168 with depth sounder / fish finder AND Garmin
GPSMAP 182 (and Vesper AIS transceiver w/ GPS antenna)
AIS Transceiver: Vesper XB8000 transponder with wifi. Integrated into the boat’s NMEA 2000 and 0183 networks
Compass: Ritchie Globemaster pedestal mounted
Autopilot Computer: Simrad AC12 (2014)
Autopilot Controllers: Simrad AP24 (2014) AND B&G Zeus2 MFD (2014)
Autopilot RAM: Octopus hydraulic linear drive (2014)
Wind Vane Steering: Monitor Windvane with vanes for high and low wind speeds (2014)
Helm: Edson wheel with radial drive
Rudder: Foam/glass spade rudder with greater than 3” (7.6cm) stainless post
Bronze bushings removed, inspected, and reinstalled in 2014 and inspected in 2016
NMEA 2000 and NMEA 0183 navigation systems are networked for for redundancy
A Yacht WiFi multiplexer (2014) and B&G Go-Free/Link enables control and access of navigation systems from wifi enabled tablet, phone, or computer
VHF Radio: Standard Horizon Matrix GX2150 with integrated AIS receiver and hailer (2014)
VHF Cockpit Mic: Standard Horizon RAM3
SSB Transceiver: ICOM M802 (2014)
SSB Tuner: ICOM AT-140 (2014)
SSB Data: PACTOR Modem for email, weather, and weather fax
Portable VHF: Standard Horizon HX851 waterproof floating with integrated GPS
Hayn Hi-MOD Terminal isolator installed on backstay (2014)
KISS ground plane / counterpoise (2014)
Loudspeaker/hailer below first spreader and networked to VHF (2014)

Safety equipment

Extra cockpit drains installed 2014
Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors throughout cabin and in areas with concentrated electrical wiring (2014)
2 Bilge Water Alarms (2014)
Fire extinguishers throughout cabin (2014)
Emergency Rudder: Monitor M-RUD (2014)
Energency Tiller: Included
Lifelines in Dyneema, installed new in 2018
Radar Reflectors: 2 x tubular on intermediate shrouds (2014)
Winslow ISO-Global Rescue 4-person liferaft (2014), stoked on shore and packed in hard shell and stowed in a Winslow Pelican Case mounted in stainless steel cradle in cockpit, like new condition but due for service for full certification
3 Electric bilge pumps in separate compartments, two with automatic activation switches (2014)
2 Mounted manual bilge pumps including high-capacity pump installed in cabin (2014)
Telescoping boat hook


Achilles 10’ inflatable dinghy with removable custom fiberglassed wood floor
Tohatsu outboard engine


Cushions: Made to spec with Sunbrella fabric (2014)
Sea berth: adjacent to navigation and communication equipment, Lee cloth made of durable material that allows air flow for comfort
Dodger: Stainless steel frame with Sunbrella fabric. Premium Makrolon windows with removable Sunbrella covers. Handles and rails installed (2014)
Bimini: Stainless steel frame. Sunbrella fabric. “Window” above helm with removable Sunbrella cover to view sail trim. Removable Sunbrella
shade piece connects bimini and dodger
Sea Cocks: Custom Forespar Series 93 (2014)
Spare Parts: extensive inventory
Masthead Light: Lunasea Tricolor/Anchor/Flash with integrated light sensor
Helm Cover: Edson deluxe leather wheel cover
Equipment Covers: Sunbrella covers for winches, windlass, helm, companionway, deck grab rails, cockpit speakers, jerry jugs, hatches, some blocks, and solent stay tensioner
Assorted spare blocks
Premium stainless steel folding boarding ladder
Custom navigation log books
Edson outboard motor mount
Brass ships clock
Brass analog barometer
Brass thermometer
Garhauer stainless steel outboard motor lifting davit
Garhauer stanchion mounted surfboard / paddleboard rack
Custom navigation log books
Survey of 2018 available

Next bottom paint: 2020

Main strengths

Very equipped sailboat, well maintained and ready to go.

Last modified : 19/05/2020


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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