- 11 m
- $69,900 (£58,426)
- 4.2 m
- Draft Max
- 0.8 m
- Engine Make
- Hull Material
- Engine Model
- Boat Type
- Engine Count
- RB Ref
- Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- United States of America
About this Striker 37
The boat was built in Norway inof welded aluminum construction. The boat weighs approximately 14,000 pounds (light and dry), and 20,000 pounds fueled and fully loaded with typical cruising gear. It has a hull length of 37 feet (41 with pulpit), a beam of 13 feet, 8 inches, and a draft of 32 inches at rest. The boat is 12 1/2 feet tall (air draft, above the water) with Bimini and antennas folded down. It is of typical Striker configuration, with a flybridge helm and a lower (levers only) station in the cockpit. Inside, a v-birth forward is followed by a lower cabin with upper and lower bunks on the starboard side. The head is on the port side aft of the v-birth. The main salon had a steering station on the starboard that was removed and relocated to the cockpit in 2003-04. The front windows were eliminated from the salon, and new 315 hp Yanmar 6LY-UTE propulsion engines were installed at this time. The galley is on the starboard side.
- Guest 2614A dual Bank Battery Charger (5 amp & 10 amp)
- Seachoice Dual Trumpet Horn
- ONAN 9kW Diesel Generator
- Hynautic Hydraulic Steering System
- (1) Helm Station
- 24" 3-Blade Bronze Props
- Second Set of Props are stored under the Aft Part of the Cockpit
- Racor Fuel Filters
- (2) Fuel Tanks;gallon and (1) 70 gallon
- Shurflo Fresh Water Pump
- Isotemp 20-liter Water Heater
- Air Conditioning
- Raritan Manual Pump Head
- Upper Bimini Top designed to Fold Aft
- Aft Bimini can be stowed fully forward for fishing, etc...
- 7 cubic foot Chest Freezer installed in Cockpit for longer trips
- Jabsco Salt Water Wash Down Pump
- Forward and Central Bilge Pumps
- (2) Anchors positioned on the Bow Sprit
Superstructure and Other Modifications
The forward salon windows have been removed and replaced with a forward-facing padded loveseat with storage under.
The interior helm station has been eliminated and a lever-only station has been added in the portside cockpit.
A removable aluminum dive platform has been attached to the stern. It is accessible through a lift-out transom door on the starboard stern.
A SCUBA tank rack has been constructed to fit over the fighting chair pedestal. It holds 10 SCUBA cylinders. It can be removed and replaced with a cocktail table or a classic Lee fighting chair (all three will be sold with the boat).
- (2) VHF Radios (Flybridge and Main Salon)
- DSC Radio
- ICOM Portable Handheld Waterproof VHF Charging Station installed in V-Berth
In 2003, Yanmar 6LYA-UTE engines were installed, rated at 315 hp at 3300 rpm. This engine displacement is 5.2 L (316 cu in). This engine has the turbo transverse mounted on the back, with a 5” exhaust coming off the left rear. The engine overhaul interval is said to be 10,000 hours. Turbo boost at full load is 25 psi. The engine has an 80-amp alternator driven by a single v-belt that also drives the water pump.
The transmissions were purchased in 2003 with the new Yanmar diesels
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.
|Engine Horse Power||315.00|
|Engine Horse Power2||315.00|
|Fuel Capacity Gal||300|
|Fuel Tanks Capacity||1135.62|
|No of Heads||1|
|Water Capacity Gal||155|
|Water Tanks Capacity||586.74|