Alegria is a 2001 Voyage 380 by Maxim.  These were originally built exclusively for Voyage Yachts, but they decided that a 38 foot was too small for the charter fleet.  They are under both the Voyage and Maxim name.  2005 Maxim 380 was nominated by Cruising World as one of the 3 best blue water cruising cats under 40 feet.  The Voyage 44 has an identical layout as our 38 only longer.   We purchased Alegria in Tortola, BVI and sailed her to

Charleston, SC.

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Standard equipment 

At the end of this page is a list of the standard equipment on the Voyage 38 as provided by Voyage.  I will list some of the highlight here:

Reinforced fitting areas for rudders, keels, mast, chain plates & deck fittings

Forward “crash compartments “which are water tight compartments with horizontal bulk heads

Teak Dive platform at stern

Bow pulpit with seats

Pushpits on stern

Swim ladder

Deck shower, hot & cold

Tinted glass windows: 4

4 Burners propane stove & oven

Salt water tap

Top opening  freezer – 12 V

Side opening refrigerator 12 v

Corian work surfaces

Queen size double bunk with split mattresses x 3

Lazarette & engine compartment lights

Equipment added 

Chart plotter and Radar – Furuno 1824c 

Stereo

VHF

Water maker

Dinghy

Globalstar

Handheld VHF

Backup GPS

Cushions

Shade covers

Bimini

BBQ

Generator

Engine

HO alternators

Solar Panels

MPPT controller

Spade anchor

Epirb

First Aid kit

Binocs

LCD 31”

DVD Player

Olympus 720sw

Electronic Barometer

Dirt Devil

Laptop

Voyage 38 Specs 

Hull Deck & Bulkheads

 

Hand laid-up GRP construction using multi layers of Quadraxial glass roving, isophthalic and orthophthalic polyester resin and other highest grade materials.

High grade core material vacuum bonded for stiffness, strength and minimal weight

Reinforced fitting areas for rudders, keels, mast, chain plates & deck fittings

Forward water tight compartments with horizontal bulk heads

Skeg supported rudders

Low aspect keels, reinforced for beaching

Antifouling over epoxy based osmosis barrier

Dive platform at stern

Deck Fitting:

STAINLESS STEEL, Grade 316 

Bow pulpit with seats

Pushpits on stern

Brackets for two horse shoe buoys

Brackets for one over board light

Stanchions & stanchion bases

Swim ladder

Grab rails on coach roof

Double guard wires

Deck Equipment:

2 x Primary winches on coach roof & 1 furling winch

1 x 1000w Electric Windlass

Tracks, cars, jammers & blocks

8 x Aluminum mooring cleats

Anderson line tender on mainsheet traveller

Plumbing: 

2 x Manual bilge pumps

6 x Electric bilge pumps

1 x Calorifiers (hot water system) 40 liters

Self draining cockpit

Deck shower, hot & cold

Hatches & Windows: 

Hatches: 7

Port lights: 12

Tinted glass windows: 4

Aluminum framed sliding door: 1

GRP locker lids: 2 x foredeck, 3 x cockpit

Safety Equipment:

Basic safety equipment

Rigging: 

7/8 the fractional rig

Aluminum mast, boom & cross beam

Mast supported by double spreaders, intermediate & cap shrouds

2 x reefing lines with luff pendant

Navigation lights

VHF antenna

Lazy jacks

Double purchase main halyard

Sails: 

Fully battened main, 3 reef points, 10, 3 oz cross cut Dacron

Genoa roller furler, 7, 3 oz cross cut Dacron

 

Stack pack

Sheets & control lines

Cockpit: 

Steering console including

Stainless steel steering wheel

Instrument console

3 x storage lockers

Helmsman’s seat

Accommodation: MAIN SALOON 

Leather upholstered cushions

Storage in seating modules

Dining table with seating for 6

GRP molded finish to modules

Galley: 

4 Burners propane stove & oven

Stainless steel sink with cover

Pressurized hot & cold water

Salt water tap

Top opening fridge / freezer – 12 V

GRP molded finish to modules

Large working areas

Corian work surfaces with stainless steel rails & fiddles

Stainless steel waste chute with cover

Forward & Aft Cabins: 

Single bunks x 2

Queen size double bunk with split mattresses x 3

GRP molded finish to modules

Ample shelf space & hanging locker

Cabin & reading lights

Cave lockers

Stainless steel towel rails

Head Compartments: 

Marine manual toilet

Wash basin & shower with pressurized hot & cold water

Integrated shower grate & sump

GRP molded finish to modules

Mirror

Vanity cabinet

Soap dispensers

Stainless steel towel rails

Navigation Centre: 

Recessed chart table with chart stowage

Instrument console

Navigation seat

Removable panels for access to electrical installation

Instrumentation: 

Auto helm ST60 Tridata & Wind

Compass

VHF radio

Electrics: 

2 x Engine start batteries (12V) @ 65 AH

Ships load batteries (12V) – 400 AH

Circuit breaker panel

Link 2000 system – 2 x 125 amp alternators

Battery isolator switches

 

Ceiling lights

Lazarette & engine compartment lights

1 x deck light

4 x cockpit light

6 x Interior AC outlets

110 / 220 V shore cable socket

Mast top & lower navigation lights

Steaming light

Engine Equipment:  

2 x 29 Hp fresh water cooled Diesel Engines

Sound insulation

2 x Instrument panels

2 x 100A alternators

Fixed propellers

High pressure fuel line

Mooring Gear & Ground Tackle: 

40lb CQR primary anchor

30lb CQR secondary anchor

50 m galvanized chain

50 m nylon anchor type

5 x mooring lines

Optional Equipment: 

Raymarine ST6001 Auto Pilot & S1 Smart Pilot

12V CD sound system with amplifier

4 x marine speaker in cockpit & saloon

Batteries – additional 200AH – added on Alegria

2 KW Inverter / charger 12V to 110V / 220V – added on Alegria

Cabin fans in cabins and saloon– added on Alegria

2 x Black water systems– added on Alegria

Pressurized deck wash pump system– added on Alegria

Telescopic Boom Derrik– added on Alegria

Stainless steel framed Bimini– added on Alegria

Cockpit table – rigid– added on Alegria

Gas Barbeque

Radar / Chartplotter

Gennaker & Gear

Life raft

Watermaker