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The ETAC 38 is of French design, built by naval architect Guy Saillard for blue water sailing. Libertad’s flush deck and deep keel and low centre of gravity make comfortable and safe sailing. At anchor, the owner reports she has less drag from the wind, and less swing from her long keel. The boat is light and airy with plenty of opening hatches. The cockpit is a comfortable size with swim platform and ladder for easy access to water. She has belonged to the current owners for 17 years. They have sailed from Lake Champlain to Grenada in the East Caribbean. They are selling her to take their son back to school in Canada. Viewing by appointment at our Grenada Office. call - Phone number removed - 422 6418
Accommodations include 6 berths in 3 cabins. There is full standing headroom and very good ventilation throughout. In the forepeak: Forcabin with plenty of storage under bunk. Moving aft, the head is located on the port side with wash basin and manual water. This is followed by the saloon with a long bench seat to starboard and a U-shaped settee & dinette to port. The galley lies is to port with a s/s sink, Isotherm fridge, propane gimballed 2 burner cooker and oven and ample storage. To starboard is the navigation station and chart table. Two aft quarter births lie either side of the companionway. The cockpit companionway steps cover the engine compartment.
Located centrally aft of the saloon is the 1985 Perkins 4107 50hp diesel engine. Last serviced April 2018. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. The drive train is direct, culminating with a three blade, fixed bronze propeller. Various engine spares included.
4 x 6 volt, 450deep cycle house batteries (2014) 1 x 12 volt Engine starter battery - Phone number removed -
volt shore power system 2 x 150 watt Solar Panel with Morning Star Prostar controller Inverter 1000 watts
Spars and Sails
Masthead cutter rigged with anodized aluminium mast and boom. Wood Whisker pole, s/s standing rigging . Slab reefing mainsail with lazy jacks and Simplicity head sail furling system. 2 x Anderson #46 self-tailing sheet winches, Lewmar #44 self-tailing halyard winch.
Mainsail – good condition - 3 summers of Lake Champlain & 2 years in Caribbean 140 % Furling genoa - very good condition - 1 mth Lake Champlain & 2 years Caribbean Staysail Stormsail Spinnaker
44 lbs Bruce anchor with 215’ chain and 100’ warp Fortress Anchor #23 with 30’ chain and 200’ warp 35lbs CQR Fortress Anchor #11 Manual anchor windlass Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires Blue Sprayhood Beige Cockpit Bimini Folding Cockpit table Various warps and fenders Dinghy Davits
Ritchie Steering compass Raymarine speed log and wind instruments Raymarine depth sounder & President depth sounder Furuno GPS Standard Horizon Chart plotter Standard Horizon VHF 2 x handhelp VHF radio Furuno autopilot PG500 - new 2015 Raymarine Radar Navigation lights Radio/CD player Clock and Barometer
2 x fire extinguishers 1 x fire blanket Plastimo 6 person life raft (serviced 2016) Radar reflector Cockpit harness points Spotlight Sea Anchor Emergency Tiller Life ring 1 x Manual bilge pump 2 x Electric bilge pump 1100 GPH & 1500 GPH Various lifejackets and harnesses Sundry spares and manuals for all equipment
9ft AB aluminium dinghy (new 2107) 6 hp Mercury outboard Yamaha 1000 watts generator Full Cockpit enclosure Diesel Heater
Libertad is constructed of steel, built in 1979 designed by Guy Saillard. The topside is white painted (2015), with painted non-slip deck. The hull below the water line was epoxy painted in 2016. New anti-fouling 2018. The owner has made access easy to inspect much of the steel hull
Libertad has been conscientiously maintained and this vessel is safe and comfortable to go all over the world.
Libertad has a Canadian registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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