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1980 Blue Water Ingrid 38

location icon Monterey, California
Year 1980
Length 38 ft
Builder/Manufacturer Blue Water Boats

38' Bluewater Ingrid 38 '80 "Oriane"

The Ingrid 38 is the ultimate classic blue water cruising boat designed by William Atkins;  originally meant for the North Sea, she is very sea-kindly and stable. We believe that this Ingrid was originally bought in 1980 as semi-finished or a kit boat and was completed in 2008. The interior has gone through a recent refinish and shows exceptionally well. The Yanmar 4JH4E engine was installed in 2008 and has low engine hours.


Year Built 1980
Category Sail
Length Overall 47 ft
Length Of Deck 37'8 ft
Beam 11'4 ft
Cabin Headroom 6 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID BLW001250880
Min Draft 5'8 ft
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 50 hp
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 35 gal
Fuel Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 100 gal
Water Tank Mat. Stainless Steel
Holding Tanks 1
Holding Tank Cap. 15 gal
Ballast 8,000 lb
Displacement 26,000 lb

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Yanmar
Model: 4JH4E
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 50hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2008

Main salon: To port by stairs is aft-facing nav station. Forward of nav station are an upper bunk and lower bunk settee. Farther forward on port is a hanging locker followed by stateroom door. Beyond the door is another locker and a V-berth. From V-berth aft, starboard is shower stall and head with a sink, then main salon with upper bunk and dinette table with seating. Farther aft on starboard is the galley with icebox, sink and diesel stove. The large engine room is accessible through a door under the stairs.


Insulated ice box (not refrigerated)

Dickerson Adriatic diesel stove/oven

Manual water system, pressure system partially installed

AC and engine powered water heater

Stainless steel sink

Electronics and Navigation

Depth sounder, not operational

Garmin 2006C chart plotter/GPS at the helm station

Plastimo 5” compass at helm station

Furuno MFD12 Charplotter at the nav station

Sirius Marine Weather

Furuno radar, not operational

Icom IC M602 VHF with remote

Ethernet hub, not operational

FM marine stereo


12V DC and 120V AC

(1) engine start battery

(4) Trojan 105-amp batteries in Blue Sea battery boxes

Blue Sea battery parallel switch

Newmar Phase 3 PT-40CE automatic battery charger

Marinco heavy-duty shore power cord


45-lb CQR with chain and rode

25-lb Danforth with chain and rode

Simpson Lawrence SL555 manual windlass with line and chain gypsy

Anchor and steaming lights

Spreader lights

Tricolor light

Vent for stove


Actual LOA: 47’

Tiller steered, aft hung rudder

Solid fiberglass hull, balsa cored deck

8000 lbs.steel, sand and resin ballast encapsulated in the keel

Sails and Rigging

1x19 stainless steel wire standing rigging

Isomat silver anodized deck-stepped masts

Harken stainless steel mainsheet traveler

Harken roller furling on Genoa

Harken self-tacking staysail track


 (2) Lewmar ST #48 2-speed self-tailing primaries

 (2) Lewmar ST #44 2-speed mainsheet, halyards

 (1) Lewmar ST #14 2-speed halyard on mizzen


Windjammer Dacron sails:

 Roller-furling Genoa




Engine and Mechanical

Yanmar 4JH4E 50 hp, low hours, optional engine panel w/ water temp and oil pressure, engine hours (hrs not operational)

35 gallon stainless steel fuel tank

15 gallon stainless steel stove tank

Fasco DC forced in and out and ventilation blowers

Engine alarm

Racor 520MA fuel filter with stainless steel heat shield

Fireboy automatic halon fire extinguisher

(1) Edson manual and (2) Rule 2000 electric bilge pumps

Manual tiller steering

Groco “Skipper” manual head with macerator and overboard discharge

15-gal holding tank

Power Survivor 40 Reverse osmosis 12V DC watermaker (pickled)

PYI dripless packing gland

Tempo fuel level indicator for engine and stove tanks

Rule high water audio bilge alarm


Zodiac canister survival raft, needs repacking, capacity unknown


All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel. Monterey slip is not transferable.

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.