Dolphin 380 (South Carolina)

Presented By Will @ The Multihull Company

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Asking: $464,000 (USD) Location: Charleston, SC, US (South Carolina)
S/V Dolphin 380 is a Charleston, SC, US based 2024 Dolphin 380 Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

From the drawing board of renowned designer Philippe Pouvreau and Dolphin Catamarans, comes a new standard bearer of the best small performance cruising catamaran – the Dolphin 380.

The new Dolphin 380 offers an unparalleled combination of accommodation, performance and build quality in this size range, making it perfect for extended cruising. It features a spacious salon and galley, three comfortable cabins, and a large cockpit.

The boat uses the same build process and materials as previous Dolphin models where hulls are constructed of hand-laid, vacuum-bagged berglass using vinyl ester resin over Divinycell foam cores giving you a superior construction to your standard production catamaran.

For more information on this new entry to the catamaran market, contact us today.

Catamaran Name:S/V Dolphin 380
Year Built:2024
Builder:Dolphin Yachts (Brazil)
Designer:Philippe Pouvreau
Loa:38 ft
Beam:22' 0"
Mast Height:51' 2"
Cabins: 3
Heads: 3
Engines:2 x Volvo SAIL DRIVE 29 hp

Catamaran Inventory


  • Designer: Philippe Pouvreau


  • Length Overall: 38 ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 51' 2"
  • Beam Measure: 22' 0"


  • Total Power: 58
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Engine Model: Sail drive
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 29 hp
  • Total Power: 58
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Engine Model: Sail drive
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 29 hp

Mast, Rigging and Sails

  • Aluminum mast, natural anodized, Brazilian handcraft worked
  • Aluminum boom, natural anodized, Brazilian handcraft worked
  • Fore beam and Dolphin striker in natural anodized, Brazilian handcraft worked
  • Windex wind indicator
  • Harken Genoa furler
  • Mainsail, full battened, 2 reefing lines, Nordac, 55 m (Sails from North Sails)
  • Furling genoa, Nordac, 33 m with UV protection (Sails from North Sails)
  • Batten-car system and rail from Harken

Running Rigging

  • 2 :1 Main halyard
  • 1:1 Spinnaker and genoa polyester halyard
  • 2 Polyester reefing and outhaul lines
  • Genoa and main sheets in polyester
  • Davit polyester sheets

Deck Fittings and Equipment

  • 8 Deck cleats
  • Lexan windows
  • Hatches
  • Portlights
  • ST46 Electric winch
  • Genoa car, blocks and tracks Stoppers from Harken
  • Sheaves and blocks from Harken
  • Winch handle and winch pockets
  • Running lights (BB, BE and stern) and steaming lights
  • Cockpit shower with cold water
  • Stainless steel davits for a tender with 300 pounds weight at the most
  • Laminated table at cockpit
  • 15 Kg Bruce type Anchor and 60 meters 8 mm chain
  • 12V 8mm electric winch for anchor
  • Swimming ladder
  • Soft and comfortable trampoline
  • Pilot seat for 2 people with foam
  • Panel for instruments
  • Water deck filler
  • Water tank

Rudder and Steering System

  • Hydraulic steering system with an emergency tiller

Engines and Controls

  • 2 Propellers with fixed blade Volvo props
  • Twin 29 HP Volvo engines sail drive
  • Complete engine panels with rev counters and hour meters
  • Battery 60 A/h for each engine
  • 1 Blower for each engine room
  • 2 x fuel-filter / water-separator
  • Fiberglass fuel tank
  • Fuel deck filler
  • Sound protection in engine rooms


  • High quality cushions
  • Wood table
  • Galley integrated
  • Aluminum sliding door with glass windows
  • 110 V and USB outlet


  • 110 V Refrigerator
  • 110 V Freezer
  • 4-Burner GLP cooker
  • GLP Oven
  • Hot and cold water
  • Double stainless-steel sink
  • Cabinets and drawers
  • 110 V and USB outlet


  • Raymarine electronics Element 7S series with GPS, speed, depth and wind at helm station
  • VHF
  • Compass


  • Thick and good quality mattresses
  • 110V and USB outlets (1 each cabin)
  • Cabinet


  • Hot and cold water for shower
  • Cold water for sink
  • Storage places
  • Electric water closet
  • 110 V (1 each head)


  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Pressurized freshwater pump
  • 1 Water heater 30 L, 110 V and engine line for heating


  • 450 A/h of battery capacity for service only
  • Shore inlet (110 V/30 Amp)
  • 110 V outlet and USB (1 in each cabin)
  • 1800 Watts inverter (12V-110V) and 100 A/h battery charger with remote panel
  • Battery isolator

Additional Options Available

  • Antifouling Cooper Colt
  • AC Marine Air 10.000 Btu (needs genset)
  • AC Marine Air 16.000 Btu (needs genset)
  • AC Marine Air 6.000 Btu (needs genset)
  • Bimini at helm station
  • Upgrade for a 45 lts water heater
  • Deck shower with hot and cold water
  • Watermaker 75lts/hora (needs genset)
  • Mast light for deck
  • Genset Onan 5Kwa
  • Genset Onan 7.5Kwa
  • Aluminum bowsprit
  • Upgrade for a 3-blade Folding Volvo props
  • Ice Maker (needs genset)
  • Kit Screecher (sail NS, furling, 2 manual winches, blocks, stopper, halyard and sheets)
  • Reading light for each cabin
  • Cockpit table in teak
  • Raymarine hydraulic autopilot
  • Solar panel (around 900w)
  • Upgrade to Raymarine AXIOM 9 electronic with radar
  • Upgrade to Volvo 50hp (both engines))
  • Toilet head with fresh water (each)

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Will @ The Multihull Company

By Will @ The Multihull Company

Captain Will Miller is President and CEO of The Multihull Company. Will grew up in Virginia and learned to sail in the Chesapeake Bay. He has lived in Charleston since 2001 and knows the city well. Throughout his life Will’s parents have owned a variety of sail, ski, and fishing boats in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, the Carolinas, and the Caribbean. Family vacations included chartering in the Virgin Islands, St. Lucia, the Bahamas, and Jamaica. Will developed a love of the water at a very young age and chose to pursue a career as a captain after graduating from the College of Charleston in 2005. As a lifelong sailor Captain Will has traveled extensively throughout the waters of the United States and Caribbean. He has been a certified sailing instructor and licensed US Coast Guard Captain since 2006.