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1982 Canadian Sailcraft CS CS36 Traditional

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

CS 36 Traditional

Specifications:

L.O.A.: 36′ 6″ (11.13 m)
L.W.L.: 29′ 3″ (8.92 m)
Beam: 11′ 6″ (3.51 m)
Draft: 6′ 3″ (1.91 m)

Displ: 15,500 lbs (7031 kg.)
Ballast: 6500 lbs. (2948 kg.) Sail area: 822 sq. ft. (16.15 m²)
Vertical clearance: 52′ 10″ (16.15 m)

Motor: Westerbeke 30 hp diesel
Headroom: standing
Berths: 5 to 6

Equipment on Board:

Details:
Year- 1982
Designer- Ray Wall
Color- light blue topsides with royal blue trim, Ivory deck
Double lifelines with safety netting and 1 gate, installed 2001
LOA 36’ 6”
LWL 29’ 3”
Beam 11’ 6”
Draft 6’ 3”
Displ. 15,000 pounds
Ballast 6,500lbs external lead
Mast height 54’ 5”

Accommodations:
Cabins- 2
Heads- 1
Berths- 6
Water – Shurflo pressure system
Shower- 1
Hot Water – 6 gallon
Stove- Force 10, 3 burner with oven, propane
Refrigerator- Adler Barbour with freezer
Waste Holding Tank- 38.5 gallon
Water Storage Capacity 100 gallons in two 50 gallon tanks (port & Starbord)
Teak Cockpit Table with fold out leafs
Cockpit Cushions
Cockpit Dodger with full cockpit bimini cover.
New interior cushions (2003)

Sails & Rigging:
North “Norlam” 130% Jib- purchased 2002
North “Nordac” 6 oz Mainsail- purchased 2002
Furlex model 200S Roller Furling- installed 2002
¾ Ounce Spinnaker
1.5 Ounce Spinnaker in sock
Replaced all standing rigging in 2002
Navico Hydraulic Back-Stay Tension Adjustor
Garhauer Boom Vang
Harken Lazy Jacks

Electrical:
Batteries- 4 house deep cycle (550 amp hour total). Separate, isolated starter battery
Alternator- Motorola high output 130 amp
Regulator- SAR Smart Char

Canadian Sailcraft CS CS36 Traditional
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