1981 Schock New York 36

Added 5 October, 2011

About this Sailboat:

A high performance cruising yacht, the Schock 36 New York was designed by architect Bill Cook and was built by the W.D. Schock Corp. in 1981 as a one-design cruiser/racer for the New York Yacht Club. “New Yorker” is well equipped for both cruising and for club competition (PHRF 108). The boat is in great condition throughout and is fully ready for a passage of any length. Recent upgrades include new Harken MKIV furling system with removable drum for racing, new tiller, new electrical and manual bilge pumps, new Jabco marine toilet pump, new raw water filter. Last survey was done 2007 with no problems detected.

Fresh Interlux bottom paint was done June 2011.

Interior:

Sleep 8.
V-Berth forward with storage below and large overhead hatch.
Enclosed head aft to port w/manual head. Large hanging locker to starboard.
The salon has the L-shaped galley forward to port with SS sink, 2-Burner LPG stove w/oven and top-loading ice box.
The Navigation station and settee to starboard.

Equipment on Board:

Engine: Volvo Penta D1-20 inboard 3 cylinder diesel 18hp – brand new in 2006, currently 217 hours
Fresh water cooling system
Cruising Speed: 7 mph
Engine alarm
2 blades Martec “Eliptic” feathering propeller – new in 2008
Cockpit engine controls

Tanks
Fuel: 18 US gallon
Fresh Water: 18 US gallon
Holding: 9 US gallon bladder type

Electronics:

Nexus knotmeter, log, wind speed & direction, depth sounder, electronic compass
Eagle IntelliMap C642 color screen GPS (new 2010)
Simrad tiller autopilot
Uniden 25W VHF Radio (new 2010)
Dual marine CD/FM stereo (new 2010)


Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
Schock New York 36
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