This 1983 13m Ericson 381s graceful lines, conservative by today’s standards, still turn heads on the water and deliver swift performance under sail. She is a cruiser with good balance that allows her to steer herself for long periods of time. This yacht will point to within 40 degrees of the wind with a 135% Genoa and is built to be sea kindly in windy conditions. The 381 features sturdy construction with a solid fibreglass hull and balsa coring in the deck. It’s easily recognizable, due to its moderate overhangs, low freeboard, and subtle cabin trunk. Below decks the teak and holly accents make for a pleasant salon, with spacious seating and a handy folding table. The galley also has great proportions with lots of counter space. The forward V berth has a custom innerspring mattress for a comfy nights sleep. Overall this is a tidy cruiser looking for new owners to take on adventures… is that you?