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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $69,500
  • Fishing / Convertible Boats
  • Luhrs / 380 Tournament
  • 1989 / Used
  • 37'9" / 14'11"
  • Cummins 6-CTA
  • Cummins 6-CTA
  • 1385 hrs
  • Diesel

Convertible Boats 1989 Luhrs 380 Tournament listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $69,500
  • Powered by twin Cummins 6-CTA / 1385 hrs
  • Off Market since Nov 19th 2021

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MISS TRIAL ’s Owner has been involved in commercial and sport fishing since childhood and her functional status shows it. She is ready to go fishing tomorrow without a problem. A few years back, he swapped out the Detroit 6-71’s for a pair of Cummins 6-CTA’s. In doing so, he gained a few knots of speed and lowered his fuel consumption considerably. As part of the upgrade, he found himself using D’Angelos for a set of custom wet risers made out of Inconel (I had to look this up….Inconel is a nickel chromium based super alloy with a melting point between 2,350 and 2,460 degrees Fahrenheit…not cheap!). Needless to say, this Owners’ attention to detail is over the top.

MISS TRIAL is in good condition, clean and orderly. However, she will probably need some interior upgrades and an exterior detail to truly shine. She has been priced accordingly and Owner is willing to listen to Offers. Come and see her soon so you can have your turn at this Luhrs 38 experience.

Vessel Walkthrough

After boarding into the large cockpit go up a step and slide the main salon door open. As you enter the main salon, you will find a large leather settee to starboard. Forward of that is a shelf with the Samsung TV and adjacent to that at chest level is the main custom electrical panel. Across on the port side as you enter is an empty space in front of the galley counter, followed by the galley and then the hallway to forward cabins. Down the hallway, you have the crew cabin to port with bunk beds and the master cabin all the way forward. On starboard is the head with enclosed shower. Head has access to the hallway and separately to the master cabin.

Out in the cockpit, there are stairs and a ladder to the flybridge. There is a centerline helm with two seats and forward U-Shaped seating wraps around the perimeter. Eisinglass curtains keep this area dry. The position of the helm allows the helmsman to work with the crew when a fish is on.

Main Salon:

Nautical etchings decorate aft windows of salon Cherry trim and cabinets Overhead lighting Overhead rod holders Blinds Carpeted sole Air conditioning Leather L-Shaped settee

Galley:

3-Burner electric stove top Sharp Carousal microwave Humidity/temp gauge Stainless double door refrigerator/freezer Double well stainless sink Wood laminate sole Cherry cabinets, abundant storage

Master Stateroom:

Island berth Two hanging closets Overhead lighting Shelves Overhead hatch Drawers under berth Door to head Speakers

Guest Stateroom:

Bunk beds Hanging closet Overhead hatch Lights

Deck:

Stanchions and bow pulpit Fortress anchor, chain and rode Teak Pompanette fighting chair in cockpit Live well, portable Bait freezer Fish box Rupp double spreader outriggers Tackle storage Sink, bait prep Extra fuel fill in cockpit Running lights Ladder to bridge

Electronics:

Garmin 7612 GPS Furuno GP 7000 GPS Garmin GHC 10 Autopilot Simrad F20 09 Fathometer Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF Ritchie compass

Helm:

Trim tab switches Engine gauges Engine alarm lights Parallel switches Rocker switches for accessories Fuel flow meters for both engines, New 9/2021

Electrical:

Custom electrical distribution panel in main salon 110 and 12 Volt Lighting Shore power inlet and power cord New Mar Phase Three, Three Stage Smart Charger PT-40W ON/Off battery switches for each engine (1) 12 Volt Battery for genset (2) 6D’s, one for each engine, approx. 2 years old

Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment:

Cummins 6-CTA engines with 1,385 hours (Port 60311930; Starboard 60312106) ZF transmissions, Model 280, gear ratio 1:48-1 (Port 20081917; Starboard 20081918) Main Racor fuel filters… 2020 sm … 10 micron Genset Racor…R-24S U-Lube Groco oil transfer system (4) Bilge pumps with float switches (2) 16,000 BTU air conditioning systems….Less Than 3 Years Old 3 Propellor Sets:

3-Blade Bronze 24 x 25 2630 rpm’s 28.5 knots

4-Blade Bronze 23 x 24 2540 rpm’s 29 knots

3-Blade Nybral 23 x 25 2680 rpm’s 28 knots

Shafts are 1 ¾” Standard packing glands Walker air seps D’angelo custom Inconel exhaust risers Fresh water pressure system Holding tank macerator pump Electric toilet

Safety Gear:

(2) Throwable Cushions (4) Type I Adult Lifejackets (3) Type II Lifejackets ACR Satellite 3 EPIRB, Registration up to date, needs battery (4) Fire Extinguishers Horn Flares

Other:

2014 - Bottom soda blasted, then 5 coats of Epoxy barrier coat CDC Micron Bottom paint 2015 - Garmin GPS 2016 - Simrad Fathometer 2018 - Salon AC New, 16,000 BTU All heat exchangers and coolers were serviced 2020 - Forward AC New, 16,000 BTU Oil filters and zincs changed approximately every 100 hours 2021 - September 28th…hauled out for bottom painting

Broker's Comments

This 1989 Luhrs 380 Tournament is going to make someone very happy. Structurally and mechanically sound, she is ready to go fishing “as is”. Add some aesthetic upgrades and she will win your heart. Come see her now….I don’t expect her to be on the market for very long!!!!

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator 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.

Disclaimer

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.

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