Stanley 38

A traditional hull for gracious cruising and overnight accomodations

Stanley 38

A traditional hull for gracious cruising and overnight accomodations

The Stanley 38 evolved from our Stanley 36, the company’s flagship, when one of our customers wanted more room in the forecastle. Rather than design an entirely new mold, we extended the length of the Stanley 36 by adding 36 inches right in the middle of the hull. The extension lengthens and accentuates the original Stanley 36 sheer line. The extension also offers more room in the center of the boat, where it counts most.

This traditional semi-displacement hull has a reasonably flat section aft, a slight dead rise and a soft chine. It has a little rocker in the bottom and a deep forefront that helps hold her up in the wind when docking. She cruises comfortably at 18 knots and tops out around 20-23 knots.

The pilothouse and large cockpit are open, providing excellent visibility while cruising. This is a great platform for fishing or entertaining, with plenty of room for as many as 15 guests. Construction includes an aft settee; for perfect plein air dining, just add a table and chairs. When the weather becomes inclement, the entire pilothouse can be easily enclosed.

Below decks, you will find a large V-berth forward plus a full head with shower. You can choose to have the galley up or down. In fact, all of the accommodations can be customized to your needs. Throughout, construction features our finely craft joinery and brightwork for your choice of woods.

Specifications and equipment

  • Fuel tankage (fiberglass or aluminum): two 150-gallon tanks
  • Water tankage: two 50-gallon tanks
  • Unidirectional fiberglass hull (core optional)
  • Solid integral keel and skeg
  • Molded fiberglass rudder, stainless-steel post (1 1/2”), bearings
  • Stainless-steel propeller shaft (13/4”) to complement engine, cutlass bearing outside, stuffing box inside
  • Engine installed: 350 to 450 diesel
  • Segregated fuel connection system
  • Racor fuel filtration
  • Manual Hydraulic Wagner (N-40-190) steering system
  • Wet-muffler exhaust system out the stern
  • Bass circuit breaker panel, lighting and mechanical circuits and fixtures
  • Two 100-amp heavy-duty batteries
  • Fiberglass cockpit coaming
  • Teak guard and toe rails on deck
  • Bronze, stainless, or chrome cleats and bow chocks
  • Varnished Honduras mahogany cockpit steps
  • Varnished Honduras mahogany cabin trim, doors and drawer fronts
  • Varnished Sitka spruce cabin ceiling
  • Teak and holly sole
  • Bulkheads, cabin sides, and overhead painted in Awlgrip cabin enamel
  • Bomar hatch
  • Galley with three-burner stainless-steel propane stove with oven, stainless-steel sink and faucets, top-access icebox, Formica counter top
  • Enclosed head with marine toilet, small stainless sink, and optional shower
  • Waste system: 25-gallon tank, macerator pump, overboard discharge, deck pump out

LOA 38’ 4”
LWL 36’ 4”
Beam 12’ 8”
Draft 3’ 6”
Cruising Speed 18-20 knots
Top Speed 23.5-24 knots

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