Sorry, unfortunately this yacht is now SOLD
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A very smart looking and capable yacht, with darker blue stripes that really enhance her good looks.
"The Malo 38 is a genuine offshore cruising yacht, created and built for the most discerning yachtsman. From the strong, powerful rig to the carefully designed keel and rudder her pedigree is that of a true offshore yacht.
Easy to sail under both power and sail, the Malo 38 offers effortless passage making in supreme comfort and safety."
Little Egret is a nice example of these well regarded yachts and has been upgraded in recent years.
Full details are in the specification section, but her highlights include:
In-mast Furling Main, Furling Jib and Code 0 with snuffer
All running rigging replaced Aug 2021
New Raymarine Auto-helm and controller 2020
New Raymarine Doppler integrated radar 2020
New Raymarine binnacle mounted nav pod and C-Map Charts 2020
Updated C-Map Charts 2020 for the original Standard Horizon cockpit display pod under the spray hood
Water tank sensor replaced 2021
New windlass controller 2021
GRP scrub, cut & polish 2021
New dark blue colour stripes 2021
Deck maintenance - Teak cleaned and treated (Annual)
Lighting - internal cabins bulbs changed to LED 2020
New Engine Smoke Alarm 2020
Additional Fire extinguishers fitted 2020
Cabin Heating (Eberspacher)
Eberspacher exhaust pipe insulated 2020
Engine winterised & serviced Jan 2021
Sea cocks checked and serviced 2020
Bulkhead mounted tv and inverter fitted 2020
Rutland wind generator
Lying: Hamble - UK VAT PAID
Yacht Name: Little Egret
Make & Model: Malo 38
Hull Material: GRP (cut and polished 2021, with new dark blue colour lines)
Keel Type: Fin
Length Overall: 11.65
Length Over Waterline: 9.20
Displacement: 6500 kg
Fuel Tankage: 220l
Water Tankage: 220l
Engine Make and Model: Yanmar
Engine HP: 43
Engine Hours: 2048
Date Last Engine Service: Feb 2021
Sail Drive or Shaft Drive: Shaft
Age of Standing Rigging: 2009 (As older than 10 years may require replacement)
Date Last Antifouled: Feb 2021
Number of dedicated sleeping cabins: 2
Number of double berths in sleeping cabins: 2 (with infills)
Number of single berths in sleeping cabins: 2 (without infill)
Additional double berths in saloon : No
Additional single berths in saloon: 2
Number of Heads: 1
Number of holding tanks: 1
Heating: Eberspacher (diesel) warm air outlets to all cabins
Twin burner gas hob with oven/grill.
Electric fridge with switchable “freezer” option
Hot and Cold fresh water tap to double sink
Pressurised hot and cold fresh water system to Galley and Heads
Seawater tap to sink with foot pump
In-mast Furling Main, Furling Jib, Code 0 with snuffer. All sheets, blocks and tackle.
Running rigging replaced with new sheets and dyneema halyards (Aug 2021)
Sloop rig with 100% forestay
Spinnaker pole mounted to mast, adjustable height, with uphaul
Removable bowsprit pole (stored in cockpit locker) with foredeck fittings
New running rigging (Aug 21)
Spinnaker sheets and various other ropes in the foredeck sail locker
Preventer sheet mounted to the boom
Jib furling line running aft to the cockpit
WINCHES AND DECK EQUIPMENT:
Cockpit - 2 Sheet winches + 2 winches for Mainsheet & Main furler
Mast mounted halyard winches
GROUND TACKLE AND WINDLASS:
Electric Windlass with handheld controller that plugs into a socket in the anchor locker
Main Anchor (Bruce or Bruce style), 60m chain.
Second (Danforth) kedge anchor in the cockpit locker with chain and warp
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS/AUTOPILOT/VHF & COMMS:
Raymarine Axiom 9”, C-Map charts (2020), binnacle mount
Standard Horizon 12” plotter, C-Map charts (2020), under spray hood
Autohelm - Raymarine wheel drive with computer controller (2020)
Radar - Raymarine 4G Doppler (2020)
AIS transponder to Standard Horizon and Raymarine chart plotters
Depth transducer, depth, wind and heading data to hatch mounted displays
Second multi-display at the chart table
Navtex with printout and spare printer rolls
Garmin GPS (links to VHF radio)
Weather station showing pressure and trend
Digital meter showing V, A and Ah on battery bank
Analogue Battery, Water and Fuel Gauges
Radio/CD player in saloon with low bulkhead mounted speakers to saloon and galley
Samsung 32” smart tv (240V) mounted to saloon bulkhead with inverter under saloon seat
Services battery bank under port saloon berth (batteries and installation 2019)
Engine battery under aft port bunk
Battery charger and shore power sockets to various locations
Hot water tank (heated by electric immersion heater and engine)
Rutland Wind generator (transom mounted)
2 lifebelts with boat name
Coastal flare pack
4 person life-raft (due for servicing Nov 21) with hydrostatic release (new 2020)
EPIRB (battery expires Dec 22)
Galley fire blanket
Fire extinguishers mounted in each cabin, lazarette and companionway (all in date)
Smoke detector to engine compartment (new 2020, 10year battery)
2 Bilge pumps, one manual and one electric, with automatic and manual switch
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
OWNERS PERSONAL COMMENTS:
We bought Little Egret as our “retirement” boat and have kitted her up for extended coastal and occasional offshore cruising. We have found her to be an exceptionally safe and seaworthy boat to sail shorthanded, as well as being supremely comfortable in the English Channel “Chop” when the wind starts up. However, unexpected changes in our plans mean that we will be unable to sail for a couple of seasons and so it seems right to offer her (regretfully) for sale.
Lying: Hamble - UK VAT PAID
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