|Lengte over alles||11.59 m|
The Team Heiner 38 was designed by Juan Kouyoumdjian and Roy Heiner as the little sister of the present V-70 generation, the type of yacht that competed for the first time in the 2005/2006 Volvo Ocean Race. The boat can sail in up to 8 knots of wind speed faster than the wind and by 20 knots wind has almost the wind speed.
The ship's hull and deck are made from a carbon laminate with a sandwich of closed cell PVC foam. All heavily loaded places or parts are provided with a high density foam. A vacuum injection method is used here. The heavily loaded bulkheads are made of solid carbon. The deck is glued to the hull and a number of operating lines are integrated in the sandwich panel of the deck. The steering columns are integrated in the deck construction. The hull is finished with a vinylester gelcoat top layer and a thin binding fiberglass skincoat for scratch durability and UV resistance.
After all carbon work, the boat is fired up to 70 degrees to guarantee the optimum material properties of carbon and epoxy.
The Team Heiner 38 is equipped with double carbon rudders, built by Pauger. In addition, the boat has two steering wheels and steering systems from Lewmar with JP3 bearings, which makes the steering feel light even at inclination angles.
The swivel keel is hydraulically driven and swivels up to 35 degrees. Operation is easy via push buttons on the steering column which, depending on the selected button, the keel or automatic tack in 10 seconds, can be stopped at any angle or placed in the normal vertical position. The hydraulic system is supplied by Cariboni.
- 3DL main
- Genua 4
- Genua 3Di
- Genua 1 (light weather)
- A3 fractional
- A1 masttop
- Reacher masttop
P: 15,80 m
E: 5,98 m
I: 15,75 m
J: 4,92 m
- 2x Pipecot aft starboard
- nav table aft portside
- 1 x pipecot in saloon
- 2 crashlockers (bow and stern) with an inspection hatch
- storage under the bunks
- Galley with small one burner camping gas unit
- Double carbon steering wheels
- Bags in cockpit for lines
- Footrests in cockpit
- Pushbuttons for hydraulic controls at steering wheels
- Harken winches (50.2, 45)
The boat is equipped with a carbon mast from Seldén with three sets of arrowed spreaders in combination with a 7 / 8th witnessed headstay, composite rigging but no backstay. The mast is deck stepped so the interior remains dry. Tension on the main bulkheasd is applied by an adjustable front stay system that can be used as a trim opportunity manually . The bow of the boat is equipped with a 1.4 meter long carbon bowsprit as a neck angle for the asymmetrical 7 / 8th and mast top spinakers.
- Carbon mast from Seldén with three sets of arrowed spreaders in combination with a 7 / 8th witnessed headstay, composite rigging but no backstay. Deck stepped
- adjustable front stay system
- 4 meter long carbon bowsprit
- Carbon mast and boom
- Hydraulic forestay
- Locksystem on masthead halyard
- Sailbag for kite in front area
- Dyneema sheets
- Garmin autopilot display (autopilot drive is not installed and not present)
- 3x repeaters on mast Garmin
- Furuno Navtex NX300
- Navicom VHF RT-650MOB handheld
- Navicom VHF DSC marine radio
- GPS navigator
- Garmin GPS map display
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.