Designed by sailors for sailors, the Kadey Krogen 38 is the ideal island hopper that's well adapt at slipping into protective anchorages yet able to take you blue water sailing. Her tandem centerboards draw 3'2" while up and over 6 feet when dropped. She's designed as an excellent upwind performer with solid directional stability. Rigged as a cutter, it is easily handled by a short crew and very versatile with a balanced helm on all points of sail.
Full Canvas and Isenglass Enclosure (2017)
Cutter Rig with Roller Furling Head Sail and Staysil
Hand Layed FRP PVC Foam Sandwich Construction
Hull Planned, Re-Glassed and Epoxy Barrier Coat (2014)
16k BTU Reverse Cycle AC/HEAT (2008)
Beautiful Hand Rubbed Teak Interior w/Exquisite Joinery
New Lifelines on Deck (2016)
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MULTI-YEAR TOP PRODUCER
LOA: 38 feet
Beam: 12.67 feet
Displacement: 22000 lbs
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Max Speed: 7.7 knots
Draft: 3 ft 3 inch boards Up / 6 ft 6 in boards down
Mast Height: Reported at 55 feet above waterline
Two (2) 50 Gallon Water Bladders under starboard settees new in 2016
Two (2) 45 Gallon each Fuel Tanks stainless under cockpit (90 total)
One (1) Stainless Holding Tank under Vberth
U-shaped Convertible Dinette in Salon
Lots of Storage Throughout
Beautiful Teak Interior w/fabulous Joinery Work
Cole Stove Fireplace by Ratelco (Seattle, Washington)
16k BTU Marine Air Reverse Cycle AC/HEAT (2008) new pump (2013)
Nine (9) Opening Portholes Bronze
Walking down the companionway you'll notice the 6'5" headroom throughout. There's a total of 9 bronze opening ports, 4 opening hatches and Cabin Fans for ventilation.
Immediately to starboard you have the galley with stainless sink with hot 'n cold pressurized water. Sea Frost fridge/freezer top loading compartment. Another separate compartment for storage or use as an ice chest or can be fitted with an additional cold plate refrigeration system.
Immediately opposite to port is the spacious master stateroom w/athwartship queen berth, large hanging locker and a vanity with mirror that converts to a chart table when navigating. There's plenty of ventilation in the Master with two opening bronze ports with screens and over head deck hatch.
Moving forward, the salon has a settee to starboard with a U-shaped dining area to port with seating for up to eight. Teak Dinette Table condenses or expands as permits. Beatiful teak cabinetry and bookshelves are built in on both sides of salon. Blue Interior Cushions in nice condition. Ventilation in the Salon consists of four bronzed opening ports and two overhead screened hatches.
The head is just to port of the Vberth and includes a seperate stall shower with seat and grated flooring.
The private cabin in the Vberth has it's own vanity and stainless steel sink w/medicine cabinet and plenty of storage. Ventilation consists of two bronzed opening ports and one overhead hatch w/screens.
JABSCO Manual Head
Sit In Shower Hot ’n Cold
BRONZE THRU HULLS ’n SEA COCKS (serviced 2016)
12VDC SeaFrost Fridge/Refrigeration in one box
Additional box for ice, etc
Twin SS sinks
Pressurized Hot ’n Cold (110VAC hot water heater 6 gallon)
Fresh Water Hand Pump and Saltwater Foot Pump
Three (3) Burner Hillerange Propane Stove/Oven
w/30 lb Propane Tank in vented locker
Safety solenoid switch in galley
Lots of Cabinets and Drawers = Excellent Storage!
110VAC and 12VDC Electrical Panel with Breakers
12VDC Battery Switch
Two additional Battery Switches in Cockpit Lazarettes for Selecting House/Start Batteries
Two (2) 8D AGM House Batteries in 2015
Two (2) Pro Sport/Pro Mariner 20A and 30A Battery Charger in aft engine compartment (2016)
INVERTOR not operable but wired for replacement
Fluorescent and Incandescent Lights throughout
60A Alternator w/built in Regulator (2016)
120A Spare Alternator by Balmar (needs external regulator)
Two (2) Automatic Bilge w/float switches by Rule
One (1) Manual electric (no float switch) by Rule
One (1) Manual Whale Gusher in Cockpit
Plumbed and Wired for Genset (no gen presently)
Head Sail: 120% Genoa Hi-Cut on Furler
Cutter: Staysil on furler
Both Sails have New Sacraficial and restitched in places (2016)
Main: Full Battened Main Sail
New Sail Cover on Main.
Running Rigging: Main Halyard (2016)
Chain Plates for Upper Shrouds replaced (2013)
New Backstays (2016)
Two (2) 45 lb CQR
One (1) 45 lb Danforth
One (2) 25 lb Bruce
One (1) Fortress Aluminum Anchor for stern
Miscellaneous Chain and Rode
Dual Anchor Roller w/seperate compartments
The hull is hand layed up of FRP "PVC Foam" sandwich construction. in 2014 the outer skin was planed, re-fiberglassed and then epoxy barrier coated.
Sellers Personal Items including Tools, Books, Paintings.
Inflatable foldup dinghy not included as there's no current title.