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Seaquest SQ Prima 38

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Seaquest Yachts Ltd

122 Saltmakers House
Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 4NB
United Kingdom

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Make Seaquest
Model SQ Prima 38
Year 2009
Condition New
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Type Sail
Class Racer
Length 38 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Beam 15 ft 1 in
Keel Type Other
Dry Weight 13420 lb
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1
Hull Shape Monohull
Hull Warranty None


The Seaquest Prima 38 is designed for serious racing that also gets high marks for comfort. It's easier to sail, faster and a lot more stylish than many other boats. The Seaquest Prima 38 brings together recent design advances in a racer-cruiser package that is aimed at the performance end of the market and yet still able to attract the family that wants to do some fast paced cruising. She has a superbly balanced rig and hull making it extremely fast, stable and easy to helm. " The Prima 38 represents exceptional value with high quality in every aspect of it's construction" writes Peter Bentley from Yachts and Yachting, "It's the balance, proportion and most importantly of all, the attention to detail that sets those that are simply 'right' from the also rans. The Prima is very definately 'right'."

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Additional Description

  • Enclosed, self-draining cockpit with seats
  • Non-slip floors with incorporated foot rests for helmsman
  • 1.4m diameter aluminium wheel
  • Provision for emergency steering tiller
  • All control lines led back to cockpit
  • Cockpit stowage locker and access to lazarette with twin lockers
  • Gas bottle locker incorporated into deck mould
  • Escape hatch from aft cabins to cockpit

Additional Description

  • Removable saloon table with drop leaves on a stainless steel frame
  • Two settee berths with lee cloths
  • Fuel tank under port settee with access to sight gauge
  • Flexible water tank under starboard settee
  • Upholstered seat backs convert to pilot berths
  • Six portlights on side of coach roof
  • Overhead hatch for extra ventilation
  • Six halogen downlighters
  • Switches for saloon lights at companionway
  • Solid teak grab rails port and starboard

Additional Description

  • 30hp 3cyl diesel fitted with saildrive
  • Fresh water cooling system
  • Two bladed folding propeller
  • Control panel with rev counter and alarms (cockpit mounted)
  • Single lever Morse control in cockpit adjacent to tiller
  • Sound insulated engine box with quick release access panels
  • 60 litre fuel tank with baffles and sight gauge
  • Exhaust system with water lock and antisyphon

Additional Description

  • Two sinks with hot and cold mixer
  • Gimbaled cooker with hob and oven
  • Outboard lockers for additional storage
  • Top loading insulated cool box
  • Crash bar in front of cooker
  • Pressurised hot and cold water system with calorifier

Additional Description

  • Negative earth system with in line circuit breakers
  • Two 12 volt deep cycle 75Amp hour marine batteries
  • Battery charging via main engine and 55 amp alternator
  • Three way locking battery switch
  • Wiring loom with provision for additional equipment
  • Main switch / circuit breaker panel in navigation area
  • Wiring run through headliner channel from bow to stern on the port side

Additional Description

  • Hand laid GRP hull with sandwich core above the waterline, and additional lay up of multi-directional E-glass below waterline.
  • Reinforcement of hull around area of keel
  • Keel floors and frames formed by a moulded matrix bonded to the hull GRP interior mould to ensure accurate internal build tolerances
  • Watertight bulkhead at bow
  • Radiused hull edge with slip resistant gunwale inserts
  • Hull gel coat in white
  • Boot top stripe in navy blue

Additional Description

  • Hand laid glass fibre with sandwich core in flat areas and additional reinforcement under deck fittings and high load areas.
  • Integrally moulded non-slip areas - Deck gel coat in white.

Additional Description

  • Chart table to suit half-sized Admiralty charts with stowage beneath
  • Stowage locker beneath chart table
  • Navigators Seat
  • Chart light
  • Modular switch panel for electrical systems and instruments
  • Provision for additional instruments

Deck Gear

  • Two x 44 self-tailing 2 speed primary winches on cockpit coamings
  • Two x 44 self-tailing 2 speed mainsheet winches
  • Two x 44 self-tailing 2 speed halyard winches on coachroof
  • Halyards and reef lines led to eight rope clutches on coachroof
  • Two winch feeders for efficient halyard management
  • Eight plaited polyester control lines for:
  • Genoa sheet barber hauler system led to cam cleats at cockpit
  • Cunningham eye vang controls led to cam cleats on coachroof
  • 12:1 genoa car control system led to cam cleats at cockpit
  • Continuous pole down haul led back to cam cleats on coachroof
  • Back stay adjustment 48:1
  • Compasses fitted on bulkhead, either side of companion way
  • Eight stainless steel recessed stanchions, with support legs
  • Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit and guard wires to ORC regulations
  • Teak toe rails on foredeck to ORC specification
  • Stainless steel grab rails on coachroof
  • Anchor well providing stowage for 20kg CQR and chain
  • Stemhead fitting with integral bow roller
  • Two winch handles
  • Threaded deck filler caps for water and fuel
  • Jackstay and companionway harness attachment points
  • Perspex companionway hatch with lock to ORC specification


  • Cast iron fin with lead bulb ? wide top flange fitted into hull recess and through bolted to hull structure using 316 A4 stainless steel studs
  • Nominal total keel weight approximately 2700kg.

Spars & Rigging

  • Fractional three panel carbon fibre mast with alloy boom
  • Spectra halyards for main, genoa and spinnaker x 2
  • Two reef line exits and one outhaul exit on boom
  • Twin groove head foil Rod rigging
  • Carbon fibre spinnaker pole complete with dip pole system
  • Spring loaded strut vang


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