Built by Fairline in 1991 to a Bernard Olesinski design. Well proportioned twin diesel flybridge cruiser offering accommodation for 4 plus 2 in the saloon.
“Domino” is a very well presented Fairline Phantom 38, updated and improved by her present owner to a high standard, she looks ready
British Part 1 Registered – EU VAT paid.
White GRP hull, deck, superstructure, flybridge and aft cockpit.
Dual station hydraulic steering to twin rudders – steering gear reconditioned
Varnished cherry internal woodwork
Well planned accommodation with owners and guest cabin plus two heads, spacious galley and roomy saloon.
Hot & cold water – heated by engine and 240v immersion
Eberspacher diesel fired warm air cabin heating
New carpets and varnished flooring to galley
Cream upholstery to saloon
Blinds and curtains to windows/hatches
JVC stereo radio/CD
42” Samsung Smart raising TV to saloon with surround sound
TV to owners cabin with Playstation
Akura monitor to Swann CCTV, cameras to engine bay and for security.
From forward. Forecabin: Large double “Island” berth in forward cabin. 2 x hanging lockers and shelves along hull sides.
En-suite heads compartment to port with electric marine toilet, washbasin and shower with hot and cold pressurised water.
Guest cabin to starboard with two bunks, hanging locker & cabinet. Direct access to-
Day/guest heads – with washbasin, electric toilet and shower. Lobby to:
Galley – at lower level. L shaped with blue/grey work surfaces, eye level lockers, underlit. Storage cupboards and drawers. Twin s/s sinks with h & c water, Optimus 3 burner gas hob and Rose 6020 gas over and grill. 240v Microwave. Engel 12/240v front opening fridge/freezer. Steps up to:-
Helm position to starboard. Raised pilot/co-pilot bench seat.
Engine ignition, gauges and controls. Switch panels
Chart area with light
Saloon – Light and airy Comfortable L shaped settee to stbd converting to a double berth, varnished lowering table with folding leaves.
Engine room access panel in floor.
Upholstered movable stool.
Drinks cabinet and sideboards to port with hidden TV. Sliding rear door to cockpit
2 x Volvo 61A 306hp six cylinder turbo charged diesel engines.
Fuel - 1,000 litre in 2 x independent wing tanks
Freshwater – 500 litre
Hot water - 40 litre tank, - new 2015, heated by engine & immersion
Gray water tank for shower drains.
12 volt system - 2 x domestic and 1 x engine batteries, switchable alternator charging via new smart charger. Distribution panel with battery state indicator. 3 x windscreen wipers. Heated windscreen fans. Low level lighting plus new interior lights. Navigation lights, horn.
240 volt mains system - shorepower connection to RCB. numerous outlets. Immersion heater. Procharge 30ah battery charger.
Steering compasses to lower and flybridge helms
2 x Raymarine E80 GPS/plotter/radar display at upper helm
Monitor repeater for E80 at lower helm.
Raymarine 2kw radar scanner mounted on GRP radar arch
Cetrek dual station autopilot.
Navman 7100 twin station DSC VHF radio
Electric windlass with remote control from both helm stations.
Self-stow anchor with chain.
6 x anodised alloy mooring cleats.
Stainless steel bowrails and guardwires
Good side decks with s/s grab handles
Blue cockpit enclosure canopy – new 2015 with matching flybridge dodgers and covers for for flybridge helm and seats.
Stainless Steel ladder with teak treads to flybridge.
Aft cockpit with stern door leading to bathing platform
Cockpit seating and refrigerated coolbox
Large stowage locker beneath cockpit sole.
Mooring warps. Fenders.
Flybridge - Helm and co-pilot adjustable seats. Engine ignition panels with oil, water and alternator warning lights. Rear L shaped seat with mattresses
GRP radar arch.
Engine Room CCTV and Security cameras
Engine Room fire extinguisher
Electric Auto Bilge Pump
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information enclosed and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.