I pulled these pictures of a for sale listing and am putting them up as this boat has very non standard interior layout. I have commented on the pictures that show the alternate layout this boat seems to have been built with.
The best I could read the boat’s name is Wanderlust. She is a 1979 Downeaster 38. All the information that was available about the boat is below
LOA: 41’ 9” LOD: 38’ LWL: 29’ BEAM: 11’ 10” DRAFT: 4’ 11”
DISPLACEMENT: 19,500# BALLAST: 8,000# (internal lead)
MAST HEIGHT: 49’ SAIL AREA: 721 sq ft
FUEL CAPACITY: 86 gallons in one 68 gallon and one 18 gallon tank
WATER CAPACITY: 100 gallons in two 50 gallon stainless steel tanks
DESIGNERS: Henry Morschladt and Bob Poole
BUILDER: Downeast Yachts; Irvine, CA
ENGINE: Universal three cylinder fresh water cooled 32 hp diesel engine. Dual lever engine controls on binnacle. Engine instruments in cockpit include tach, oil pressure, water temperature. Transmission rebuilt 2011.
ELECTRICAL: 12v system with two 12v batteries, selector switch and breaker panel. 110v system with shore power cord and 110v breaker panel.
SAILS AND RIGGING: Cutter rigged. Aluminum mast, booms and spreaders. Mast stepped on deck. Stainless steel standing rigging with double lower shrouds and baby stay. Four to one purchase main sheet aft of cockpit. Two Lewmar #40 self tailing genoa sheet winches, two Lewmar #8 halyard winches on mast, one Lewmar #8 main sheet winch in cockpit. Sails include new main, roller furling genoa, staysail.
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: Wheel steering with binnacle compass and guard, New electric head (needs installed) with holding tank, Manual and electric bilge pumps, Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, Stainless steel stern mount swim ladder, Double life lines with gates port and starboard, Stainless steel davits, Anchor platform with double roller, CQR anchor with chain and rode, Bimini, Dodger, Cockpit cushions.
PROJECT BOAT: A lot of the boat has been done but needs completion. Tanks have been replaced, rebuilt transmission, new windows, re-upolstered, new main, new bimini, bottom done and hull painted Jan. 2011.