38 Cabo Rico 1981
Most of its life spent on Lake Lanier
"Designed by Bill Crealock with a full keel and a protected keel-hung rudder. And at 21,500 pounds, the Cabo Rico 38 has the weight to take care of herself. A three-foot bowsprit with double anchor rollers provides a lot of room on the foredeck when anchoring, and the clipper bow parts the water while keeping the decks dry. There’s a tiny but workable aft deck that provides extra space behind the cockpit. Basics include a forward master stateroom with a double berth, one head and shower, a nicely proportioned saloon, a quarter berth, a compact galley and a tiny nav station. The main saloon bulkhead table folds away neatly when under way to open up the interior and provide a sense of space."
"The decks are well laid out for cruising with two 1 1/2”-diameter scuppers along each side deck and two two-inch diameter scuppers in the cockpit for good drainage. There is a sturdy stainless steel double rail bow pulpit and two anchor rollers. For security, there are double lifelines supported by closely spaced stainless steel stanchions and a raised bulwark with a teak caprail all around. There are plenty of deck hatches, opening ports and dorades for good ventilation of cabin spaces. The cockpit is not large--a feature often considered a plus on cruising boats--but offers comfortable seating for four."
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Sid Hall 470-885-4825