Wilbur 38 Flybridge Cruiser

“Ariel’s Song” is powered by a single 430 hp Cummins diesel engine (newly refurbished – very low hours). Onboard features include a large galley (with refer, propane stove/oven), a large salon, and a head with separate shower. 2021 upgrades include new matching Garmin 16-inch touch-screen plotters, Garmin radar, Ellis shelter bench seating with a fold-out dining table in the shelter, a fully re-built Twin Disc transmission, new single-lever Glendinning throttle controls, large Isotherm refrigerator, new Flybridge bimini, new inverter, updated propane system, new plumbing & wash-down systems, and extensive cosmetic work inside and out. 2022 Upgrades include a new headliner in the shelter, new stainless portlights, new cushions topside, and an upgraded alternator. 2023 Upgrades Include salon upgrades (new Helm and Nav seats, added storage, and added furnishings), a comprehensive tank monitor system, keel drain, new lighting, and other small improvements. 

1987/1994 Wilbur 38 Flybridge Cruiser
Restored & Maintained by Ellis Boat Co 2020-2022
LOA 37’6″  BEAM 12′  DRAFT 3’ 7”
LOCATION: Ellis Boat Co., S.W. Harbor, ME
VARIABLE SALE PRICE: $350,000 to $400,000*

* The variable sale price is dependent on a few factors, including the closing date and if the buyers intend to honor any or all of the charter contracts, and in what way any outstanding charter fees are divided between Buyer and Seller upon closing. Call Shane Ellis directly at 207-266-7911 for further information and sale price updates.

CHARTER THIS YACHT: Select brokerage vessels, including this one, are currently in the Ellis Charter Fleet. As such, the boats are well-serviced, well-maintained, and often updated by Ellis Boat Company – you can be assured of a fully operational vessel, in pristine condition, ready for cruising. Should you decide to keep the boat in the charter fleet, you would earn 75% on all charter bookings. 

RPM, SPEED, & FUEL BURN: Top speed at 2600 RPM = 24 knots. At 2,000 rpm the vessel cruises very nicely at 15.8 knots. The fuel burn is approx 10 gph at this cruise speed. At a slower cruise of 8 to 10 knots, you can expect roughly 4 gph fuel burn.

Builder: Lee Wilbur (Modified by Pettegrow Inc. in 1994)
HULL #: LSW34031B787
DOC #: US 927316

Hull: Solid fiberglass, hand-laid
Frames: Oak
Decks/Structure: Fiberglass, hand-laid, with balsa core, non-skid molded in.

430 hp Factory Remanufactured Cummins 6C
Twin Disc, raw-water-cooled engine/exhaust – rebuild in 2021
Hydraulic steering
4-blade bronze prop, 2”s/s shaft, s/s rudder
Cutters new in 2021
Wesmar bow thruster – new unit in 2020
Opening front windows with windshield wipers

12v DC and 110v AC
Six batteries in two banks (group 31)
30 Amp Battery Charger
Shore power – 110 v AC – 30 AMP
Polarity Alarm

Two Fuel Tanks (approx 100 gals each) Marine Aluminum
Two Water Tanks (approx 80 gals total) Poly
Hot Water Tank/Heater with a heat exchanger (six gals)
Twin propane tanks

Hielerage propane stove – 3 burners and oven
Sink with Hot/Cold pressurized water
New Isotherm Refrigerator/Freezer

Marine Head, manual
Holding Tank – 25 gal replaced in 2020
Macerator pump with overboard discharge

Two Garmin 8616 plotters and Garmin radar
Compass (one at each helm station)
Radios: ICOM M302 and ICOM M45

35# CQR Anchor with chain and rope (may get upgraded in 2021)
Windlass with foot and helm controls

Information is believed to be correct, but not guaranteed. Listings are subject to prior sale, price changes, or withdrawal.

The current selling price does not factor in fees associated with potentially breaking Charter Agreements with booked charter clients. The Buyer may be asked to finance said fees. Should the Buyer honor the Charter Agreements, he/she will earn 75% of the income derived from chartering.