You have heard the old adage "keep it simple". MISS EM’S owners have done just that. Here is one of the best Downeast hulls, offering a seaworthy ride due to her built-down hull, coupled with an excellent power plant - the single 400 hp Cummins diesel. This pushes her along easily at 18-19 knots cruise while burning 10 gph. MISS EM is clean, very well maintained, spacious, and suited for a couple to cruise without some of the extra amenities that many "yachtsmen" seem to need. Space is available for a generator, installation of AC power, as well as an insulated cabinet for installation of refrigeration. Please come and inspect this high quality, but simply-finished Holland 38. We thank you for your interest and shall be pleased to get you aboard.
Annie Gray is a longstanding YBAA member, offering 45 years of experience in assisting clients in the purchase or sale of high quality yachts of distinction.
Please call Annie at 207-363-7997 or on her cell at 603-498-3450
Please contact Annie Gray at 207-363-7997
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Holland Boats, Belfast, ME
Designer: Glenn Holland
LOA: 38 ft 1 in
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 1 in
Displacement: 22000 lbs
White hull, original gelcoat in excellent condition, blue boottop, and blue bottom.
Airex-cored and fiberglass sandwich construction.
White vinyl spray and quarter rails with S/S striker.
Round chine, full keel with skeg to protect prop; prop pocket to access prop if needed.
Large fiberglass rudder.
Cabin tops are double Airex and fiberglass (in case someone wishes to add a flybridge later).
Water ballasted keel.
Teak swim platform and transom door to cockpit (2019 teak swim platform being revarnished).
S/S bow rail.
Decks are fiberglass over balsa core, cockpit is fiberglass over marine plywood, all painted gray non-skid.
Varnished exterior teak handrails and teak bowsprit with anchor roller.
Three Bomar deck hatches in trunk cabin.
Six Vetus plastic opening ports.
American Marine pilothouse windows with screens; 4 American Marine side windows are opening, along with the center windshield.
Fresh water washdown in cockpit.
Four flush-mounted rod holders in cockpit coaming, with two for tuna rods.
Danforth dinghy davits.
Manual Lofrans windlass and also S/S bow bitt.
Double varnished teak doors slide open to a spacious main salon.
Fuel: 200 gallons in 2-100 gallon aluminum tanks.
Water: 30 gallons in poly tank.
Holding: 30 gallons in poly tank.
Hot Water Heater: Seaward 18 gallon tank.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
Single Cummins 6CTA8.3M, 6 cylinder, 400 hp diesel, FWC, with approximately 1500 hours as shown on the hour meter.
2" S/S shaft; Hytorq 26 RH 28 4 bladed prop.
Morse engine controls.
ZF reduction gear.
Racor 1000MA fuel-water separator.
Hydroslave hydraulic steering with 24" Edson S/S wheel.
2018 $10,000 of engine parts were replaced due to owner wanting to do proper maintenance: new turbo charger, new after cooler, new oil cooler, new exhaust elbow, new gaskets, new electronic fuel shutoff, new thermostat, and the heat exchanger was acid washed.
Cruising speed: 18-19 knots @ 1900 RPM.
Maximum speed: 24 knots @ 2600 RPM.
12V DC electrical system only.
Two 12V 8D wet cell batteries, one deep cycle marine battery replaced in 2018.
Fused 12V electrical panel with Guest battery switch.
Go Power 1750 HD inverter-battery charger.
12V macerator pump to discharge the holding tank or deck pumpout (never any odor to holding tank as tank sits on tilted platform to completely drain from bottom by gravity).
Shower 12V sump pump.
Nav lights, reading lights, dome lights, etc.
Rule 1000 GPH 12V bilge pump.
For three in a simple, clean, bright and spacious interior.
Forward stateroom has a centerline queen berth with storage under, port and starboard hanging lockers outboard.
Next aft to port is a single bunk with space to install upper bunk if desired; also, a Newport Dickinson kerosene heater opposite.
An enclosed head is also to starboard with a Raritan manual W.C., a separate stall shower and sink with hot and cold pressure water.
Up several steps is the bright and airy main salon, with forward facing helm and companion swivel chairs, and the helm station to starboard.
Aft to port is the side galley with S/S sink, hot and cold pressure water, microwave oven, and Origo 4000 non-pressurized alcohol stove with cutting board top.
There are numerous storage cupboards below, and one fully insulated cabinet if refrigeration is desired (no refrigerator); many drawers to starboard.
Ventilation and visibility are exceptional in this attractive main salon.
Further aft to starboard is a custom teak bench seat and dining table with a moveable teak Director's chair to form small dinette.
Engine noise is minimized due to a Sounddown rubber mat layed underneath a fitted beige carpet, and 1" acoustical foam with metalized polyester film facing below the main salon deck.
The main salon overhead is 1/4" acoustical foam with perforated marine grade vinyl facing.
Numerous dome lights and reading lights are mounted as needed.
Sliding double teak doors open onto a spacious cockpit deck.
Raymarine C-80 color GPS-Plotter with card for Maine coast.
COMMENTS: You have heard the old adage "keep it simple". MISS EM’S owners have done just that. Here is one of the best Downeast hulls, offering a seaworthy ride due to her built-down hull, coupled with an excellent power plant - the single 400 hp Cummins diesel. This pushes her along easily at 18-19 knots cruise while burning 10 gph. MISS EM is clean, very well maintained, spacious, and suited for a couple to cruise without some of the extra amenities that many "yachtsmen" seem to need. Space is available for a generator, installation of AC power, as well as an insulated cabinet for installation of refrigeration. Please come and inspect this high quality, but simply-finished Holland 38. We thank you for your interest and shall be pleased to get you aboard.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.