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1998 38' CATALINA 380

38' Catalina 380

  • Name: TIMELINE
  • Make: Catalina
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Year: 1998
  • Length: 38'
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel
  • Located In: Alameda, CA
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  • Specs

    • Designer: Gerry Douglass
      Flag of Registry: United States
      Keel: Other
      Hull Shape: Monohull

  • Dimensions

    • LOA: 38 ft 5 in
      Beam: 12 ft 4 in
      Maximum Draft: 7 ft 2 in
      Ballast: 6800 lbs

  • Engine

    • Total Power: 42 HP
      Engine Brand: Westerbeke
      Year Built: 1998
      Engine Model: 42B
      Engine Type: Inboard
      Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
      Engine Hours: 3187
      Drive Type: Direct Drive
      Engine Power: 42 HP

  • Tanks

    • Fresh Water Tanks: 3 (90 Gallons)
      Fuel Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons)
      Holding Tanks: 1 (30 Gallons)

  • Accommodation

    • Number of single berths: 2
      Number of cabins: 3
      Number of heads: 1
      Seating Capacity: 8


TIMELINE is a spacious cruising boat, equipped with a forward v-berth, spacious aft cabin and salon area. The solar panels and wind vane ensures you will have power away from the dock whether it be while cruising or extended weekends in the bay. 

The Catalina 380 was introduced in 1996 and won "Boat of the Year" awards in 1997 for the Mid-Size Cruising Class. She is s a fast comfortable cruising sailboat with very comfortable accommodations and rigged to be singlehanded.


The Catalina 380 is equipped with an offshore-capable rig with double spreader mast, in-line uppers, intermediates, fore and aft lowers, forestay, and backstay. The inboard shroud base allows for narrow sheeting angles and the ability to carry large genoas.

In the cockpit, excellent visibility forward is assured by the low profile ball bearing mainsheet traveler. For the crew, the standard cockpit table comes with two drop leafs and beverage storage. Steering is traditional pedestal layout with stainless guard and a 5-inch compass with stainless binnacle.

The wide weather decks are textured nonskid, gently angled surfaces without sharp corners. The oversize stem boarding ladder leads to a hot and cold fresh water shower and two large storage lockers.

Below deck the varnished teak interior bulkheads, cabinets, and joinery speak of the quality that goes into making the Catalina 380. Nine opening hatches assure abundant light and ventilation throughout the main cabin. The teak navigation desk is mid ships. It comes with a swivel chair and plenty of space for any one of the several available entertainment and navigation electronics packages.

The owner's cabin aft is highlighted by the oversize double berth, with numerous storage bins and lockers within arm's reach. Two separate dressing areas, each with upholstered seat and hanging locker, allow plenty of room to move about in this private retreat. The spacious owner's cabin features numerous lockers, cabinets, and drawers. The reading lamps, abundant natural light and ventilation, and comfortable seating make this cabin an inviting retreat.

The L-shaped galley is built for efficient food preparation and quick, easy clean-up. There is plenty of galley storage in the four large over-counter cabinets; the large, dry food bin; and the generous ice box.

Both forward and aft cabins have double berths and generous hanging lockers, with plenty of adjacent storage. A private entrance from the owner's cabin leads to the head. This bright, airy compartment has an enclosed shower with one-piece acrylic door. A separate vanity is provided for family or guests in the forward cabin, along with numerous drawers and shelves for storage of personal items while aboard.

The galley has all the latest conveniences and the space to prepare meals aboard. Amenities include a three-burner stainless gimbaled LP gas stove with oven, stainless double sink, and icebox with convenient front access door. 

  • Main Sail: Quantum Sail - 2013 (not used much in last few years), Lazy-jacks w/stackpack
  • Headsail: Quantum Sails working jib (2013)
  • Headsail Furler: Schaefer 2100   
  • Garhauer jib-sheet adjustable car system (original)

  • VHF Radio: Standard Horizon GX1600B VHF radio (2018), 
  • RAM3 mic & mount kit (not installed)
  • AIS: Em-Trak 100B class B transceiver (2012)
  • Laptop system: (not included)

  • Radar: Raymarine RL70C Radar/Chartplotter display at helm (2017)
  • GPS/Chartplotter: Standard Horizon 170C GPS Chartplotter at nav station; Raystar 125 GPS
  • Wind-Depth-Speed: Autohelm ST50 at helm and on repeater
  • Repeater: Autohelm ST50 Multi at nav station
  • Autopilot: Raymarine SmartPilot 6002 controller, S1 computer, Type 1 drive 

  • TV: Samsung UN19F4000 19" 720p LED TV 
  • TV powered antenna: mounted starboard stern
  • Stereo: Dual XDMA6510 CD Receiver

  • Westerbeke 42B @ 3187 hours
  • Alternator: Balmar 80-series 100A with ARS III regulator
  • Prop: Michigan 3-blade-fixed 18 x 12 x 1¼
  • Shaft seal: PYI dripless PSS seal

  • Batteries: AMG House 4 Lifeline GPL4CT 6V, Engine 1 Lifeline GPL24MT 12V (2014)
  • Battery monitoring system: Link 10 (original)
  • Battery charger: Victron Energy Centaur 12v 50 Amp (2018)
  • Solar power: Sharp 216W solar panel above cockpit, Blue Sky PV 3024i controller in starboard lazarette (2009)
  • Wind machine: Southwest Windpower Air-X mounted on 9 pole near port stern (2006)

  • Anchors: primary Fortress FX37, secondary Fortress FX16
  • Rode: primary 240 feet 5/16 high test chain; secondary 50 ft 5/16 HT chain 
  • Windlass: Maxwell Freedom 800


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.