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one of these has come available. bit of a wreck but could be a nice boat with a few gallons of elbow,ankle,brain grease. but i cant find any info on these boats. if you have or currently do own one id love to get some pics/info. build quality, keel/rudder configuration, history etc

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I own and Easterly 38 purchased from Halter Marine Has a volvo MD-11C engine.
Still in good shape as I have tried to take care of it. I have built up quite a bit of knowledge on the boat, parts, spares etc.cedmunds@tampabay.rr.com
Uploaded pic of boat during 2012 haul out in st pete, fl. & one of her at anchor.
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Re: easterly 38

A few years ago our dock mate had one and he loved it. He took me out when it was blowing 20+ and the thing stood straight up, only one reef in the mail. My boat would have been all over the place. It seemed strong and well built it was a late 70's boat. I liked the ship feel down below with all the teak. Any way that was my .02 worth good luck.
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