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1981 Ericson 36RH

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

36 ft Racer/Cruiser, classic Ron Holland performance design, Sailed her in 5 Hook Races, interior refurbished, many improvements through out.
She is all ready except 3 items: New ceiling, new side teak, new cushions (have the fabric) and a real teak and holly sole.
A lot of heart and sole went into fixing her up, she is a great boat and is a real pleasure to sail – sad to let her go but water in the Keys is just too thin for her.

Equipment on Board:


Furlex 300S Roller Furler
New Forestay (required for furler)
Custom Mainsail Sail Cover
Uniden Solara DSC VHF Radio
Sunbrella Sail Cover on Jib (North Sails)
Garmin 172 Color GPS w/ BlueChart MUS016R map

New Lifelines
PlasTeak Cabin Sole –
Re-plumbed the head – all new Sheilds 101 hoses
Custom Lexan Companionway Cover
New Spinnaker Sheets
Lightning Protection – 2 Gauge Cable bolted from mast step to keel bolt.
Built fuel polisher – polished all fuel
New manual bilge pump hose

Purchased custom Ericson cradle
Reseal Keel to Hull
PSS Drip-less Packing Seal
Remove Headliner
Built New Battery Box
Guest 16202 Marine Battery Charger (20-Amp)
Nikon 7×50 Marine Ocean Pro Series w/Compass Binoculars
TackTick T101 Wind System
New Main Sail – Dimension HTP Plus 8.2oz – Nielson Sails
Dutchman Flaking C System
New starter for 5424
Edson GPS Mount – Stainless
BlueSea Systems Battery Switch 8686
New Spinnaker Halyard
New Foreguy
Upgrade Traveler to 4:1
BlueSea Systems Automatic Charging Relay 7610

Unstepped and inspected mast
Reseal Keel to Hull – 5200 in the seam – West Systems epoxy filler, new wrap of fiberglass, lots of sanding, three coats of Interlux InterProtect 3000.
Shakespeare 5215-AIS VHF antennae mounted at top of mast
Installed SPM sound deadening foam around engine
New Davis Instruments Windex 15
All new mast wiring, coax and lighting
New bilge pump
New 155 Genoa – Nielson Sails
New alternator
New Sony iPod/CD/Radio
New Yamaha weatherproof cockpit speakers
New House and Starter Batteries

Removed and repaired fuel tank – professionally welded by a licensed pressure tank welder
New Centroid 2-wire 240/33 ohm Sensing Unit and fuel gauge
New oil pressure sensor
Re-bedded Windows and front hatch

Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
Ericson 36RH
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