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38' Viking Convertible 1992

courtship

Court Ship is a rare variant of the popular Viking 38 series with three helm stations. In addition to the standard bridge helm, she has an inside helm in the salon and a backing station in the cockpit. She has the single stateroom (Plan A) layout with a step-down dinette and island berth forward. This 38-footer (over 45′ counting the swim platform and bow pulpit) is the smallest Viking made and includes all the quality hardware of larger Vikings. She is a fast, elegant convertible that one can be unabashedly proud of owning. Underneath, she delivers in spades with a technically advanced hull shape, combining a clean-tracking forefoot with a dry ride. The aft-planing fairbody delivers efficient, high speed, while reverse-radius chine enhances sea-tracking ability. Court Ship underwent a $57,000 refit in 2001 and has been carefully maintained and constantly upgraded by her current owner. She is located just north of Fort Lauderdale in Pompano Beach. Please call for more details and to arrange a personal inspection.

"Dear Tom, I want to take this opportunity to thank you, and Jordan Yachts, for listing and selling our latest yacht. Our relationship has spanned over 20 years. We met you for the first time at the Newport Boat Show in the early 1990s. In 1994 you sold us a Stephens 47 cutter that we lived aboard until 1998. You personally installed a holding tank for us on the Stevens. You sold that boat in 1999 for 10k more than we paid for it. In 2003 we found a Bristol 41.1 on Yacht World located in the Sarasota, FL area and brought you in on the boat inspection, and eventual sale, because we trusted you and valued your thoughts and opinions. Because of your work, we negotiated an acceptable deal. You even helped us bring the boat from Sarasota to Ft. Lauderdale. We’ve enjoyed our time with the Bristol for 12 years and decided last December to put her on the market. We were in N Palm Beach at the time and you came up from Ft. Lauderdale to visit and to see what we had done to the boat over the years we had owned her. Last May, after our final cruise to the Bahamas, you came to our marina in SC to list and photograph our boat. The pictures and video you provided to Yacht World were critical in getting the buyers here from the Atlanta, GA area to view, and eventually purchase the boat. The coordination and support provided by Kathy at Jordan Yachts made the whole process seamless. Unfortunately, at age 76, my sailing days in “big” boats are over, but wanted to thank you and Jordan Yachts for providing expert and professional help in finding, and eventually selling for us, quality sailboats over the last 20 years." - PJ, S/V Dreamseeker 2