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Name: 380-40-38 Convertible
Length: 38
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 423 gals.
Model Years: 1989—2007
Draft: 3'7"
Beam: 14'11"
Water Capacity: 94 gals.
Waste Capacity: 36 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 40'10"
A popular boat for many years, the Luhrs 380 Convertible (called the 40 Convertible in 1999–2003; 38 Convertible in 2004–08) is a big 38-footer by any standard. With an LOA of nearly 41 feet and a beam of 14'11"" feet, she dwarfs other boats in this class when it comes to interior space and accommodations. The 380 rides on a modified-V hull with generous flare at the bow and balsa coring in the hullsides. The cherry interior was offered in several two-stateroom configurations, all featuring a spacious main salon with convertible sofa to port and the galley forward, a large master stateroom forward, and a port guest cabin with over/under single berths. The double-entry head has a separate stall shower. A large cockpit with molded tackle centers, transom livewell, and in-deck fish/storage boxes provides a stable fishing platform. The 380/40/38 came with a long inventory of standard equipment including air conditioning, generator, rocket launchers, and factory hardtop. Although big-block gas engines were standard until 1991, most 380s were sold with diesel power. No lightweight, 420hp Cat (or 440hp Yanmar) diesels cruise at 20 knots (mid 20s top).


Well-bred convertible with classic Luhrs styling delivers heavyweight canyon potential at moderate price.


Offered with several two-stateroom floorplans, all with spacious salon, large head with stall shower, generous galley storage. Half-tower was standard. Tournament-size cockpit features bait-prep station, livewell, fishbox, transom door. Note large flybridge.


Called Luhrs 380 in 1989–98; Luhrs 40 in 1999–2003; Luhrs 38 in 2004–08.


Cruise in the low-to-mid 20s with GM 485hp, Cat 420hp, or Yanmar 440hp diesels.

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