This Aquastar Ranger 38 flybridge is powered by twin 200HP Volvo diesel engines which were rebuilt in 2007. Her inventory includes seven berths, twin steering stations, generator, hot water, heating, chart-plotter, radar, auto-pilot and more! She has oodles of room both on deck and below and feels larger than her 38 feet suggests. She is Irish owned and is excellent value.
GRP Hull, deck and super-structure with teak decks.
Command bridge with dual station hydraulic steering.
Dark blue topsides resprayed in 1999
This shaft driven, 38 foot flybridge cruiser has a spacious aft deck with access to a swim platform. Her fore-deck is easily accessible via her wide side decks.
She is very roomy below with her raised deck saloon. Her galley and dinette are further forward at a lower level, along with a spacious forward cabin with shower and heads
The large owner's cabin is aft of the deck saloon and comes complete with twin berths and en-suite.
Raised Deck Saloon / Wheelhouse
There are three steps leading out to the aft deck
Large windows give excellent visibility
Helm seat to starboard with wheel and engine instrumentation
Sliding doors open out to the side decks
Windscreen Wipers x 3
L- shaped settee berth with saloon table
Engine access via saloon sole
Forward of the wheelhouse and three steps down leads to the galley and a dinette.
Galley and Dinette
U-shaped galley to starboard
"Voyager 2000" Two burner gas gas cooker with grill and oven
Twin stainless steel sinks with hot water
Loads of storage space
Dinette to port with fore and aft seats and table
The table can drop to convert to a double berth
Shower and Heads are located forward of the galley to starboard
Electric marine toilet, holding tank, wash hand basin and shower with hot water
Two large single berths
Opening deck hatch
Lockers and shelves
Owner's Aft Cabin
The aft cabin is three steps down from the deck saloon
Two large single berths
Opening deck hatch
Four opening portholes
Ample storage space including hanging locker and side locker
Heads and shower compartment to port with electric marine toilet, holding tank, wash hand basin and hot shower
220 Volt sockets throughout
Eberspacher hot air system
Hot water via engine and immersion
Clock and barometer
2004 upholstery, curtains and carpets.
8 x 12V. Batteries
2015 Mastervolt Battery Charger/inverter
Steering compasses at both helm positions
Raytheon Depth Sounder
Smart Talk VHF at both helm positions (2010 approx.)
Raymarine C80 Colour chartplotter/radar (not connected)/fishfinder/gps (2010 approx.)
NOTE Radar scanner and radar arch available but not connected (removed for canal cruising)
Raytheon Tridata and rudder indicator at the bridge
Autohelm Auto-pilot with control heads at both helm positions
Stainless steel stanchions with stainless steel rails all the way around (giving great security) and opening gates.
Numerous stainless steel grab rails
Six stainless steel mooring bollards
Bruce 15KG Anchor with chain
S.L. Seawolf Electric Windlass
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with bow roller
Fender baskets aft
Fenders and mooring lines
Raised aft deck
Flybridge/Command bridge with seating and windscreen
Hinged Radar Arch
Stainless steel transom mounted bathing platform with teak slats and swim ladder
Whittall Davits (stainless steel)
Dinghy with 4hp Tohatsu outboard engine
Dodgers with name
2011 Liferaft (canister with bracket) requires a service
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Automatic fire extinguisher in the engine bay
Engines had a total rebuild in 2007 (600hrs approx since rebuild)
2007 shafts, bearings, seals and K&D couplings
Insulation was replaced in the engine bay in 2007
2013 Bow Thruster
Mastervolt Whisper 3Kw diesel generator
Engines and generator serviced in June 2016
Generator cylinder head replaced in 2015 (second hand)
2010 engine room vents (larger)
Triple windscreen wipers
220V. T.V. (works off shorepower and inverter)
2013 Full winter cover
Out of the water for six months every year since 2011
"The Graduate" has been well looked after and has the added advantage of overhauled engines in 2007.
She has been cruised down to the Mediterranean and back up to the Netherlands by her present owner since 2011. She is well presented and is truly excellent value!