About this Sailboat:
This is a wonderful cruising sailboat. It has been in Lakes Erie, St Clair, Huron, Michigan, and in the North Channel and Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada, and never in salt water.
This sailboat sails well and is sea worthy, sleeps seven (four comfortably) with many creature comforts, while still small enough to get into desirable anchorages and harbors, and can also be single handed. A 2011 survey concluded that this boat is in above average condition.
HULL – LOA: 36’4″; Beam 11’11”; Draft: 4’5″ (wing keel); Displ.: 14,100 lbs.; Walk thru transom to swim platform.
ENGINE – Universal 4 cylinder 30 HP diesel w/ 1012 hours; 25 gal fuel tank
GALLEY – Gimbaled propane 2 burner stove w/ oven; microwave; rail mounted propane kettle grill; double SS sink w/ cutting board cover; Corian counter top; 12 VDC Alder Barbour refrigeration; manual Jabsco head w/ 15 gal. holding tank.
ELECTRONICS/ELECTRICAL – Uniden VHF w/ mast mounted ant.; Icom VHF handheld; Autohelm ST50 (depth, speed, log, timer); Garmin GPS; Raymarine wind indicator (true, apparent); Windex; Autohelm ST50 Autopilot; Sony AM/FM/CD stereo; 125 VAC, 30 amp shore power system; 2- 50 foot cords; 2 -12 VDC 8D 145 amp hour batteries; 4 way battery switch; Mariner Marine Battery Charger.
SAILS/RIGGING – Full battened North mainsail w/ jiffy reefing; 135% Roller Furling North genoa; North asymmetrical cruising spinnaker; 2 Lewmar 30 ST 2 speed self tailing winches; 2 Lewmar 48 ST 2 speed self tailing winches; solid boom vang; Dutchman lazy jack system; Navy canvas – dodger with side curtains and snap-on covers; bimini; zip-in between dodger and bimini with snap-on cover.
Equipment on Board:
FRESH WATER – 12 VDC pressure water; 6 gal. hot water tank (110 VAC or engine); swim platform shower w/ hot & cold water; shower in head w/ hot & cold water; holds 84 gal. fresh water
CREATURE COMFORTS – Two staterooms; 16,000 BTU heater/AC; folding cockpit table w/ beverage holders; 12 VDC fans in all cabins; windscoop system; cockpit cushions; full screens
MISC. ÐVC-17 bottom paint; standard 22# Danforth w/ 25′ chain and 250Õ rode; 1600 Danforth storm anchor w/ 35′ chain and 150′ rode; anchor roller and 12 VDC Maxwell windlass with foot pedal; dock lines & fenders; safety equipment includes horseshoe life ring, Life Sling 2 rescue system, life jackets and throwables; brass bell; chart table w/ light; steel cradle; winter cover to rubrail; and much more.