The large forward cabin is open for storage of sails and lines.
Forward, port side is one (1) Jabsco manual head with sink. The holding tank is built into the head with an estimated capacity of 8-gallons. The discharge is either overboard or discharge at the deck fill.
In the main cabin on the starboard side is the galley, which contains a single stainless steel sink. Refrigeration is 12-volt with cold plate and compressor.
The freshwater system holds a capacity of 52.8 gallons contained in two Plastimo bladder tanks. The bladder tanks are located under the port and starboard main cabin berths.
HULL AND DECK
BUSTINLOOSE has a beautiful long sleek white hull. There is one hatch on the foredeck, another companionway hatch with access to the cockpit from the main cabin. The decking is fiberglass over cored material. Lifelines are 1x19 stainless steel wire upper and lowers. The lowers contain hiking straps. The stanchions and bow pulpit are 1-inch stainless steel bolted to the weather deck. The cockpit is large and set up for competitive racing.
Below the water line is a sail drive with a Gori 2-blade folding propeller. The keel is a bulbous fin equipped with a kelp cutter on the forward edge. The steerage is a spade rudder.
SAILS AND RIGGING
The mast, boom and boom vang are anodized aluminum by Whale Spars. The mast is stepped to a keel plate. The upper rigging is .33 stainless steel rod rigging and lower is .28 stainless steel rod rigging. All rod rigging was just replaced. All halyards run to the cockpit. There are two carbon fiber spinnaker poles stored on the foreword deck.
There are two Harken #40 self-tailing 2-speed winches located on the cabin top. Two\ harken #46 self-tailing 2-speed located on the cockpit combined and two Harken #44 self-tailing 2-speed winches located on the cockpit combing. All winches were last serviced in June of 2018.
The mainsheet traveler is located forward of the wheel on the cockpit sole.
This vessel is equipped to race with 14 sets of sails:
- North Sail – carbon fiber main: new 2015
- Hodges – carbon fiber jib 105%, new 2015
- Hodges – carbon fiber jib 105% medium; new 2018
- S2 nylon spinnaker; new 2016
- S4 nylon spinnaker; new 2016
- Carbon fiber main sail with 5-battens
- Laminate mainsail with 5-battens
- Carbon fiber medium jib sail
- Carbon fiber heavy jib sail
- Three North Sail spinnakers: .6-ounce; .75-ounce; .5-ounce
- Two Hodges spinnakers: .6-ounce; .75-ounce
A Furono GPS Navigator is located at the navigation station on the starboard side. A Clarion CD/AM/FM is also above the navigation station. There are (4) four flush mount speakers throughout the boat. At the cockpit, forward of the helm on both port and starboard sides are B&G depth and speed indicators and compasses.
The DC electrical panel is located at the chart table on the port side of the main cabin. The main breaker is located at the main panel. All of the wiring is 10-14 AWG, copper, braided and marine grade.
There is one Group 27 AGM battery for the engine and one Group 27 AGM battery for the ship’s battery. Both batteries are contained in acid-resistant non-conductive boxes that meet ABYC Standards. The battery selection is by a dual type switch. The batteries are charged by one True Charge 10- amp multi-stage battery charger.
The AC electrical system is a 30-amp connection with a 30-amp shore cord. The main breaker is located in the main cabin with a breaker switch on the distribution panel.
- EPIRB: PLP 406 MHz Personal Locator Beacon
- ICOM M-25 12-volt VHF
- ICOM M-930 handheld VHF
- West Marine hand-held VHF
- 2-decibel antenna on mast head
There is a one 12-pound Danforth and 125-feet of ½” rode that is stored in the port main cabin locker. An emergency tiller is stored in the port settee locker.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
This Sydney 38 is powered by a naturally aspirated Yanmar (3GM30) three cylinder, 24 HP engine. There are 1,892 hours on the engine. The cabling for the engine is Morse cable type. Stingers are fiberglass reinforced plastic. The transmission is a Yanmar Sail Drive (SD #20), cooled by raw water. This fuel tank has a capacity of 26.4 gallons, which is contained in an aluminum tank just aft of the engine bay.
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.