Atlantic 38 1994 "Deep Secret" Was £145,000 Now £110,000
This version of the very popular and much sought after Atlantic 38 has been fitted out to the Atlantic 38 interior Standard. “Deep Secret” is a good example of the Atlantic 38. Her layout has a lovely Dinette, 2 double cabins (1 Forward and 1 Aft) and a large saloon. The interior woodwork is finished in cherry and is superb. The owner is open to a reasonable offer
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The Atlantic 38 offers 6 berth in 3 cabins 1 en-suite heating via a Webasto diesel system.
Full height walk in helm station enclosed with blue canopy, with access to main saloon and rest of boat. A two seater helm seat with commanding view the helm seat back reverses for entertaining on the aft deck area
Practical and very spacious main saloon with access via steps to helm and aft deck enclosed in canvas. Blue Leather trimmed U shaped lounge seating, with matching cushions. High quality cabinet work throughout. Cabinet mounted LCD TV and DVD to port, Stereo CD Radio. Step down to galley and dining area. Galley All electric galley with Corian style work surfaces, generator control panel,4 ring electric hob, microwave oven grill combo, Corian style sink with H&C water, 12/240 volt fridge 240 volt sockets Inc supply from inverter, dedicated crockery storage, pull out under counter storage
U shaped dining area finished in blue leather upholstery with matching cushions, and beautifully finished dining table.
Jack and Jill door to fwd cabin, moulded sink top H&C mixer tap inc shower head, draining shower tray floor, electric toilet to Holding tank, opening port light, 12 volt extractor fan
Door to Heads, Vee single berths with storage under, 2 Hanging storage lockers Storage lockers either side, ceiling and directional lighting, roof light.
Double 'Island' bed with a good amount of high and low level Storage lockers Inc. large hanging wardrobe, 240v sockets. Opening port lights and side hatch to aft platform, en-suite heads with moulded sink top, H&C mixer taps, electric flush toilet to holding tank, opening port light, 12-volt extractor fan. Separate en-suite shower compartment 12-volt extractor fan.
The Atlantic 38 is powered by twin Cummins turbo charged 318hp diesel engines, (engine hours Port 1909, Starboard 1867). Shaft drive to 3 bladed propellers. Hydraulic steering. Bowthruster (Volvo). Trim tabs (Bennett). Morse twin lever controls. Hydraulically operated radar arch via a (Vetus Hylift system)
4 x 12 volt batteries charging from the engine alternators, 240 volt battery charger. 240 volt ring main installed, with immersion heater. On board generator (Onan E series).
3 x Bilge pumps (electric)
Sadly, the owner has passed away, we do not too much about this boat, but it has been kept in excellent condition, it must have been his pride and joy. This boat need to be viewed to appreciate the quality.
Built by Holland Boat Workum, in 1994 and designed by John Bennett & Associates, white GRP construction with white superstructure. Non slip moulded decks, teak covered swim platform. Hydraulically operated radar arch, ideal for the French canals.
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