1994 37' Dickerson Aft Cockpit - Tri-Cabin Arrangement
This Dickerson 37 is, quite literally, the last one built and offers the popular tri-cabin arrangement which is popular with those wanting privacy for guests. The boat is in immaculate condition and you will need to compare against any other Dickerson on the market to really appreciate this boat.
- Beautiful Herreshoff style teak and white interior
- Teak cabinetry and locker doors have ventilation slots to help keep the lockers dry
- Hullsides are finished in ash batten staving
- 6" thick mattresses in superb condition
- Padded headliner panels with teak battens
- Teak & holly cabin sole refinished in high gloss varnish (07)
- Dark green Ultraleather seating
- Curtains throughout
Forward stateroom- Starting forward, there is access to the anchor chain locker, followed by a 6' 3"L x 7' 3"W x 22"W berth. The mattress is 6" thick and in excellent condition. There are a pair of lockers beneath the berth. The hullsides are finished in ash staving. At the aft ends of the berth on either side are a pair of hanging lockers, each with a dresser top shelf above it. The starboard side has a cubbie behind it that is accessed from the berth side. Ventilation to the cabin is good, with a large overhead hatch and a pair of opening ports. A bi-fold door separates this cabin from the saloon when needed but doesn't infringe on the overall space the rest of the time.
Saloon- The saloon has opposing settees; the port side being 57" long, while then starboard side is 6'6" long and easily converts to a 39" wide berth. There is storage behind the back cushions of both settees as well as below all of the space beneath them, with drop-down locker doors on the front of the settees. Storage above the port settee is a fiddled shelf and a double doored locker to the right of that. Storage on the starboard settee is a double doored locker to the left, fiddled shelf in the middle and a single doored locker to the right. The teak dinette table folds up against the forward bulkhead when desired or not in use.
Head- Located aft of the saloon on starboard, there is a stainless steel sink set in a molded fiberglass cabinet, with storage beneath it. To the right of that is the manual head, with a self contained holding tank. There are three cabinets behind and above the head and sink, with sliding teak doors. The shower is on it's on mixer and has a shower wand.
Galley- The galley is on port and located across from the head. U shaped, The deep single sink is oriented toward centerline and forward facing. There is a dry bin beneath a cutting board counter insert to the left of the sink with a good amount of storage inside. Along the hullside is the stove; to the left of that and wrapping back around is the icebox. Approximately 7 sq. ft. in size, the owners have added extra insulation, making it easy for the 12v refrigeration to do it's job. Along the hullside there is cabinet storage; above the icebox there is a bi-fold door opening to the aft cabin of the boat to allow for good flow-through ventilation yet privacy when you need it.
Aft cabin & nav station- In the aft cabin of the boat there is a berth on port and the nav station on starboard. There is a generous amount of storage beneath the berth in addition to a stack of three drawers. Across at the nav station there is a large nav top with storage beneath. Beneath the nav top is a locker and the cabin sole lifts for more dry storage. There is a locker outboard under what can serve as an armrest. The nav seat also has storage beneath it.
Asking $140,000. Contact us for more photos and information.