A good-looking small yacht with a distinctive profile, the
Californian 38 Motor Yacht is built on a conservative low deadrise hull with moderate beam, a three-quarter-length
skeg keel, and relatively flat aftersections. Hull construction is solid fiberglass. Her floorplan is arranged with double berths fore and aft, and both heads are fitted with separate stall showers. A slidingdeck access door is adjacent to the lower helm station—a worthwhile feature. Hinged steps in the forward companion way provide access to a particularly well-designed engine room with good working space outboard of the motors. A bow pulpit, radar arch, teak handrails, and a swim platform. 210hp Cat diesels cruise the Californian 38 around 14 knots.
A home away from home. Trips to the Bahamas, get aways to the Keys, or quiet weekends on the water. This boat has all the comforts you want, cabins with comfy queen size beds; full-size showers; lots of storage space; well equipped galley; and an aft deck with eisenglass complete with u-zips. Owners are moving on and are open to offers.