The Fairline Phantom 38/41 is a stylish flybridge cruiser with excellent accommodation and sea keeping from this highly regarded yard. Fairline's very successful rival to the Princess 398, 410 and older 415, the Phantom 38/41 is also designed by Bernard Olesinski, has a walk-through transom, and benefits from a more modern hull design offering improved performance and economy over the previous generation of flybridge cruisers. Jadzia is presented in very good condition with a great inventory including new premium quality cockpit enclosure, diesel heating, bow thruster, holding tank, electric windlass, and upgraded navigation equipment. Ideal for long periods afloat she would make an excellent cruising live-aboard!
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The accommodation offers up to six berths in three cabins with good headroom throughout (approx. 6'3" in saloon).
FORWARD CABIN: Fitted with an island double berth, wardrobe, high level lockers, beneath berth storage, mirrors, reading lights, LCD TV with Sony Playstation console with CD and DVD player, opening hatch to foredeck, opening portlights, and access to en suite.
EN SUITE: Separate en suite heads compartment to starboard with electric flush toilet, washbasin, shower area, storage and opening portlight.
GUEST CABIN: Located to starboard and fitted with twin single berths (an insert to form a double could also easily be created if required), wardrobe, lockers, reading lights, opening portlights, and en suite access to the heads compartment.
HEADS: Separate heads compartment with electric flush toilet (to holding tank), washbasin, shower, storage, and opening portlight.
GALLEY: Large L-shaped galley to port equipped with a 3-burner gas hob, separate gas grill and oven, microwave, large front opening fridge, twin stainless steel sinks, integrated crockery storage, generous work surfaces, and ample storage in a range of cupboards and shelves.
SALOON: L-shaped settee to starboard (converts to a double berth), with two movable stools and an adjustable height table with folding leaves. Entertainment is provided by a concealed pop-up Samsung 42" LCD TV and surround-sound stereo system, whilst a cocktail cabinet, saloon fridge, and range of cupboards add versatility and useful storage. Forward to starboard is the lower helm, allowing comfortable seating for two with excellent all-round visibility, very well equipped with a range of navigation equipment, and a large chart area. Steps down to galley and cabins, with dual sliding doors aft to cockpit.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Domino has been upgraded with modern linings, upgraded lighting, and cream leather saloon upholstery, all carried out to a high standard. As a result she feels significantly younger than her years when compared to sisterships. Hot and cold pressurised water is provided throughout via a calorifier (new 2015) with immersion coil whilst a Webasto diesel fired warm air heating system (fully serviced in 2019 including new fuel pump) provides warmth on colder days.
EXTERIOR: The aft cockpit is fitted with a premium quality custom aft enclosure with integrated bimini (new 2020), designed to maximise headroom in the cockpit whilst also coping well with both sun and rain. Ample comfortable seating is available either side of a central walk-through to the bathing platform, with storage beneath complimenting the large lazarette. Safe, wide side decks accessed from either side lead forward with ample grab rails to the large foredeck with room for sunbathing pads if required. A ladder staircase leads up to the flybridge with second helm position and seating area, providing more useful external seating ideal for entertaining. In addition to the aft cockpit enclosure, the flybridge has a tonneau cover.
Located under wheelhouse sole, twin Volvo TAMD61A 306hp turbocharged and intercooled marine diesel engines. Dual single lever controls at both helms. Shaft drive via gearboxes to 4-bladed propellers. Full engine instrumentation including temperature, oil pressure, volts, revs and fuel gauges. Lewmar bow thruster (new 2012) with controls at both helms.
The engines appear to be in excellent cosmetic condition, and have been regularly winterised and serviced when required. Current engine hours are approximately 1400 equating to an ideal 70-80hrs a season usage.
3 x 12v heavy-duty batteries (2 x domestic and dedicated engine start battery) charged via engine alternators. Shorepower system with ring mains, Sterling Pro Charge Ultra 30a battery charger, and immersion coil for water heating. Electrical distribution panel with voltmeters and charge indicator. Many of the switch panels have been upgraded with new premium quality switches and additional meters. 12v and USB charging sockets. Upgraded sockets and LED lights in most areas.
Fairline Phantom 38 / 41 built by Fairline Boats Ltd in 1990 for the 1991 model year to a Bernard Olesinski design, and first launched in 1991. White GRP planing hull, deck and superstructure. Large flybridge with ample seating upholstered in high-quality marine upholstery. Aft cockpit with walk-through transom to the moulded bathing platform. Stainless steel window frames and portlights.
Jadzia has clearly been well maintained and upgraded throughout her life, making her likely to be one of the best condition, and best-equipped, boats in her class. Although Jadzia is a Phantom 38, the design was lightly updated and became the long-running and highly acclaimed Phantom 41.
Very recently her hull was media blasted, primed and then a Hempel Silic One paint system applied.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, 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.
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