|Length:||38' / 11.71 M|
|Beam:||13' 3" / 4.04 M|
|Draft:||0' 0" / 0.00 M.|
|Model:||Mark III Convertible / Convertible|
|Engines:||Twin CAT 3208-T 300 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||18 Kts. / 21 MPH|
|Max Speed:||24 Kts. / 28 MPH|
Saint Petersburg, United States
|Asking Price:||$59,000 USD|
Gone Coastal is a well-maintained example of one of the finest medium-sized sport fishing boats ever made. The Bertram pedigree is well-known and this 38 holds the line. A well-appointed interior with 2 cabins that sleep four, 1 head with separate shower and full galley make the 38 an ideal cruising boat for the family or a safe fishing boat for offshore. Gone Coastal has many upgrades in interior comforts, such as new cushions, custom flooring, new fridge/freezer; as well as updated electronics, bridge canvas, new Aquamat 22 shafts, fresh props and new bottom paint.
Call for a showing, you will be amazed!
In addition to, new Aquamet 22 shafts, new cutlass bearings, refit shaft logs and fresh props (port and starboard), Also, hull sides polishes and waxed, fresh bottom paint, new zincs and Velox underwater hardware treatment.
Work completed at the Bertram Service Yard in Tampa in August 2019.
Gone Coastal is equipped with the best safety equipment available and is up-to-date and inspected. There are eight (8) Type I PFDs and four (4) Type III children's PFDs. There are two (2) Type IV life rings with 50' of floating line attached to each. One is lighted with a water-activated strobe. There is a six-person Viking life raft with hydrostatic release (new in 2016) and a Type II ERIRB registered and installed on the flybridge (new in 2018).
Fire protection includes two (2) 10-pound dry chemical fire extinguishers in the main salon, one five-pound dry chemical unit in the master stateroom and a five-pound dry chemical unit on the flybridge. In addition, there is a fixed CO2 fire suppression system in the engine spaces (inspected and hydro'd in 2018).
Gone Coastal is also equipped with four (4) electric bilge pumps; one up forward, two in the engine spaces and one in the cockpit lazarette. Three of the pumps are 2000 GPH and equipped with float switches.
Navigation lights on Gone Coastal are all LED, replaced over the last two years. Interior and engine room lighting has been converted to all LED bulbs in the last year. All 120 volt AC outlet receptacles are GFCI with circuit breakers.
Ground tackle includes a Fortress FX 23 anchor secured in on-deck chocks with 30' of chain and 300' of 3/4 nylon anchor line. Spare anchors include a Danforth anchor and rode and a yachtsman anchor and rode.
Finally, Gone Coastal includes a spare set of 24" x 24" three-bladed bronze props recently serviced, balanced and Velux painted.