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1975 Cascade 36

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Stardust, 36-foot Cascade Sloop

– 1975, 36-foot, 10-foot beam, 5’6” draft, 13,000 lb. displacement
– Offshore-capable sailboat
– Owners have spent last 6 months preparing for offshore cruising
– Survey done April 2011, Market Value $24,000
– Volvo Penta MD2 rebuilt 2009, transmission rebuilt 2011

– Sail Inventory: 2 mainsails (one in good condition, one has small rip), 2 working jibs, 1 genoa, 1 drifter (small rip can be easily repaired), storm trysail

– New upholstery throughout: Dinette, Pilot’s Berth, V-berth

– Sleeps 7: V-berth (2 pp.), Dinette (collapses into bed for 2 pp.), Pilot’s berth (2 bunks for 2 pp.), Quarter berth (currently used to store bikes but can sleep 1 pp.)

– Sig Marine Diesel heater, Force 10 3-burner range with gimbaled stove, Double sinks and refrigerator in galley

– 80 gallon freshwater tank, 40 gallon diesel tank, massive storage space in lazarettes

– Sony CDX-M10 Marine Stereo CD player

– VHF radio and handheld radio included

– Freedom 1000 watt Invertor

– Propane locker holds 2 propane tanks and 2 diesel jerry cans

– Clean bilge, great for wine storage

– KUMA Stainless Steel Barbeque

– 8-foot fiberglass dinghy with oars included

– Lots of storage under V-Berth, Dinette lockers and Pilot’s Berth lockers, converted Hanging Locker to shelves for extra storage – holds all our clothes (2 pp.)

– 8 PFDs, various Adult and Child sizes, swim ladder, lots of spare parts

– Gerald Ratcliffe Windvane components, just needs to be assembled

Equipment on Board:

Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
Cascade 36
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