Pacific Seacraft made only 24 Ericson 380s between 1991-1999. Osprey is hull #15. Osprey has a modified Fin Keel with a draft of 6' 0''. Therefore, she's points very well, but is less limited by an otherwise 6' 6'' deep draft making her more suitable for shallow anchorages and Caribbean cruising. Osprey was repowered with a NEW 38-hp YANMAR DIESEL (2012) WITH ONLY 679.7 HOURS ON IT! This is a very rare boat to come on the market and an excellent example of a well cared for cruiser racer!
The Ericson 380 is a well-equipped cruising boat with impressive performance and good balance to steer herself for long periods of time. The boat will point to within 35-40 degrees. With a sail area-displacement ratio of slightly over 18 and a displacement-length ratio of about 240, she has enough power for decent performance in light air yet is not so overpowered as to be easy enough to sail with a short handed crew. She has a PHRF rating of 112.
Designed by Naval Architect, Bruce King, for the Ericson Yacht Company in 1980, whose talent for drawing beautiful boats of near perfect proportions ranks him with the likes of Herreshoff, Stevens, Rhodes, and Tripp. The molds were later purchased by Pacific Seacraft in 1990 and the interior accommodations underwent a retrofit that brought the boat more in line with the interiors found in traditional Pacific Seacraft models.
The Pacific Seacraft Ericson 380s performance is also enhanced by a fine bow entry that flares outward to improve lift when sailing to weather, which also results in less spray on the decks and a drier ride.
MAINTENANCE AND UPGRADES
New Max Prop Easy (2020)
New Frigoboat Fridge system (2020)
Repowered With a New 38-hp Yanmar Diesel (2012) WITH ONLY 679.7 Hours!
New Battery Charger (2019)
New Solar Panel System - 3 panels, 300 watts (2019)
New Solar Charge Controller - Epever, Triron 4210N, MPPT
2 New - Lifeline AGM batteries (2019)
Dripless Stuffing Box Boot Replaced (2019)
Marineaire Air Conditioning 6,000 BTU System Installed (2019)
New Cushion Foam Throughout Vessel (2019)
New Manual Jabsco Head System (2019)
New Custom Cockpit Cushions (2018)
Garmin 942xs with Radar Dome (2018)
Victron BMV-712 Battery Monitor (2019)
Standard Horizon VHF with RAM mic (2019)
Raymarine EV-100 Wheel Auto Pilot (2018)
Vesper XB-8000 AIS (2018)
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 37 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 30 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 15500 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 6300 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Wind speed and direction
Fully battened mainsail - Good Condition
Furling genoa - 135% - Good Condition & Spare 135% Furling Genoa in Good Condition
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Air conditioning - MarineAir 6000 btu (2019)
Oven - Regal 2 Burner CNG Stove with Oven
Marine head - Manual Jabsco
Refrigerator - New Frigoboat System (2020)
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Mainsail cover - Stack Pack (2018) - Good Condition
The Pacific Seacraft Ericson 380 was designed by Bruce King and includes a 6ft 0'' inch racing fin keel with a spade rudder and is a great boat for extending offshore cruising and a bit of club racing.
Osprey was originally equipped with a bulb wing keel which was later modified to a fin keel with a draft of 6' 0''.
The hull is a solid composite of fiberglass and resin with some core material used in some flat sections above the waterline, the deck structure is a molded fiberglass composite with core throughout and a molded fiberglass toe rail .
The decks are well laid out and feature substantial deck hardware that is well secured with backing plates. She has an anchor locker forward and the rigging shrouds supporting a keel stepped two spreader rig , are well inboard for easy passage fore and aft. There is a good sized covered and comfortable cockpit.
Down below the L shaped galley is to port fwd of the double quarter berth. The head and separate shower are to starboard positioned just aft of the stern facing nav station which sits just opposite the galley. The saloon is light and airy with a large sea berth sofa to starboard providing good storage and the U shaped saloon seating is nestled around the fold out teak saloon table.
The fwd cabin berth is easily large enough for two adults in comfort and has good storage in the well crafted draws and lockers, the whole cabin is well ventilated by the large overhead deck hatch. All upholstery down below is covered with sunbrella material.
The Pacific Seacraft Ericson 380 is clearly a offshore cruising boat but her performance will keep the most hardened racer more than happy.
This Pacific Seacraft Ericson 380 is a good example of a well cared for cruiser racer.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.