This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $79,900
  • Sail / Motorsailers
  • Banjer / 37 Motorsailer
  • 1970 / Used
  • 37' / 11'5"
  • Cummins
  • 1780 hrs
  • Diesel

Motorsailers 1970 Banjer 37 Motorsailer listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $79,900
  • Powered by single Cummins / 1780 hrs
  • Off Market since Apr 23rd 2020

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If you were ever looking for a Motorsailer that has been meticulously maintained and updated by a fastidious owner, don’t miss this one! The owner has updated every system onboard including the kitchen sink! The electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems were all done using the latest and best equipment. The interior has teak and holly flooring and updated fabrics. The overhead is beautiful and will surprise you! A true, blue water go anywhere sail boat. Don’t miss this one!

Banjer were manufactured to Lloyds standards and to meet the demanding cruising of the North Sea. The Banjer 37 Motorsailer is a handsome fiberglass ketch rigged pilothouse Motorsailer, modeled on the lines of a North Sea trawler, with a distinct emphasis on the motoring side of her job. Banjer 37 was designed by the Dutchman Dick Lefeber and built from 1968 by Intermarine N.V., at Eista Werf, their Ammerzoden premises close to Netherhemert, Holland. The hull and superstructure were molded by Polyboats of Amsterdam (later by Polymarin), to Lloyd's specification, and the minimum hull thickness is half of an inch. Only 45 were built and only 14 were imported into the United States.

From 1972 the Banjer 37 Motorsailer was marketed in the U.K by Stangate Marine who had a yard at Littlehampton exclusively to handle this boat and her sisters, the Rogger series. From about 1974 Stangate built the Banjer "Transoceanique" version, with a four-foot bowsprit and a standard sail plan of 75 m2, and continued to do so until 1979, after production had stopped in Holland.

These rugged pilothouse Motorsailer are highly suitable for extended coastal cruising and have also proved their sailing abilities through long passages. Banjer 37 Motorsailer can be found as far away from her original home waters as in Papua, New Guinea.

The web site,, was conceived to provide the Banjer 37 Motorsailer Club with an instrument to reach and gather Banjer 37 owners and enthusiasts throughout the world and give them a place where to share their experiences and their love for this proper little ship.


Step onto the Banjer 37 by way of the port or starboard boarding gates you will immediately notice the wide side decks and shear size for a 37’ Motorsailer. Easy and safe to maneuver the deck and into the cockpit. The cockpit is a nice size and would allow easy seating for four. The cockpit has cushions for seating and a stern fold up table. The cockpit is protected with a striped bimini top. Step through the sliding teak door and into the pilothouse. Along the starboard side is a nicely upholstered settee with ample storage below. The helm is situated on the port side with a unique fold-up seat and foot rest. All helm engine controls and electronics are within easy reach and there is 360-degree visibility.

Step down a few steps and into the salon. Nicely appointed with updates fabrics, including the beautiful overhead. There are a port settee and a starboard settee. The dinette table with two leaves folds up and make ample dining for six. The galley is located forward and to port. Nicely appointed with molded counter tops and sink and plenty of storage. Across from the galley is the head and a composting toilet and large vanity with storage, and shower. All the way forward is the V-Berth with filler cushion making the berth a large one. Plenty of storage in lockers and drawers.


The U-Shaped galley is in the main cabin, forward and along the port side. Ample storage and proper appliances make the galley a pleasure to prepare food for even the most discriminating chef.

Molded counter tops with fiddles Molded sink with faucet and sprayer Isotherm 12-volt cold plate refrigeration built in the counter Trident propane control and solenoid Eno stainless steel, gimbaled, propane oven and (2) burner stove top and cover Ample storage cabinets and drawers Fold up extra countertop facing inboard


The electrical system has been replaced and updated using Blue Seas panels and technology. New wiring throughout the electrical system.

12-volt DC and 120-volt AC power Blue Seas power distribution panels with circuit breakers Smart Plug 30-amp shore power cords with adapters WEMA port and starboard water tank gauges WEMA port and starboard fuel gauges WEMA day tank fuel gauge Pro-Mariner Combination Charge Quasi Sine Wave Inverter Control Blue Seas 12-volt voltmeter Heater Craft 3-speed pilothouse heater using engine heat Pilothouse windshield wipers Dual trumpet horns Stainless-steel remote-controlled spotlight GFI protected electrical receptacles Mid Nite Solar Controller for solar panels Sterling Power Pro Charge Ultra battery charger


All electronics are in the protected pilothouse and are within easy reach of the helm.

Ritchie compass Garmin GPS Lowrance HDS7M chart plotter, depth and fish finder ICOM IC-M4202 GPS/AIS VHF radio with DSC ICOM IC-M412 VHF radio with DSC Simrad AP35 autopilot ICOM IC-M710 SSB radio Vespermarine Watchmate Class B AIS transponder ICOM AT-130 Auto AIS Tuner Furuno Model 1715 Radar display Furuno 48-mile radar dome mounted on mast


Engine compartment access is through multiple pilothouse hatches.

1999 Cummins 4B3.9M, 76 hp FWC remanufactured diesel engine with 1,800 hours 1999 Borg Warner 71C Velvet Drive marine transmission Morse stainless steel throttle and transmission controls Cummins engine panel with RPM, oil pressure, volts, and water temp Stainless steel shaft with dripless shaft bland Vetus bow thruster with joystick control Wood and stainless-steel steering wheel Fold up helm seat with foot rest

Deck and Hardware

Bow pulpit with stainless steel anchor rollers Lofrans Fallon electric windlass with foot switches Primary anchor with stainless steel swivel and chain rode Stainless steel stanchions with coated life lines Port and starboard boarding gates Teak handrails and cabin trim Port and starboard dorades into main cabin Brass deck hardware Self-bailing cockpit with teak grate Teak cockpit seating with large lazarettes Teak fold up table in cockpit Cockpit seating with cushions Sliding teak cockpit to pilothouse door Stainless steel fishing pole holder port cockpit Outboard motor bracket aft cockpit rail Stainless steel dingy davit on canoe stern Teak name boards on cabin top with Sunbrella protective covers Propane locker along port side built into cabin top Extra storage along the starboard side built into the cabin top Cockpit bimini with stainless steel support Emergency tiller Emergency hand operated bilge pump Cockpit hot and cold shower

Sails and Rigging (Ketch Rigged)

Aluminum masts with spreaders Lewmar #40 2-speed winches in cockpit Lewmar #16 2-speed winches on main mast Sail covers for main and mizzen mast Stainless steel standing rigging and turnbuckles Roller furling JIB Main sail is battened Mizzen sail Sunbrella Green sail covers

Broker's Comments

WOW! This 1970 Banjer shows like a 2000 era Motorsailer. If you’re looking for a blue water updated and meticulously maintained Motorsailer, you have found it!

Easy to see in New Bern, NC.

No Hurricane Florence damage.


The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

Mechanical Disclaimer

*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.


Owner's Personal Items Dinghy and Outboard