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  1. 1975 Cascade 36

    January 24, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Offshore capable solid sturdy boat. Recently bottom painted and mast and dinghy repainted.

    Equipment on Board:

    Accommodations
    -Sleeps 7: V-berth (2pp), Dinette (collapses into bed for 2pp), Pilot’s Berth (2 bunks for 2pp), Quarter Berth (1pp)
    -New upholstery throughout entire interior
    -Lots of storage: under V-Berth, Dinette lockers, Pilot’s Berth lockers, converted hanging locker to shelves for extra storage (holds all our clothes (2pp)
    -Includes new cutlery and dishes (set for 8), glasses, wine glasses, bath towels, beach towels, etc..
    -Everything you need to start cruising or living aboard NOW! This has been our home for 6 months so it’s VERY COMFORTABLE!

    Galley
    Refrigeration: NovaKool 2.5 cu. Ft.
    Water Heater: Engine Buss only, tank 10 gallon SS
    Stove: Force 10 SS 3-Burner w/ oven (LPG) gimbaled
    Sink: Double SS
    Water System: Pressure H-C

    Electronics & Navigation
    Stereo: Sony CDX-M10 Marine AM/FM/CD
    VHF: Uniden mounted & handheld
    GPS: NEW Garmin GPS 541s, incld. USA & West Coast Canada G2 charts
    Compass: Norwegian

    Electrical System
    Electrical System: 12vDC/120vAC
    Batteries: (2) 12-volt house, (1) 12-volt start
    Battery Parallel Switch: Yes
    Battery Monitor: digital
    Dockside Cable: 50’ 30-amp
    Inverter: Xantrex 1000 watt
    Interior Lighting: 12vDC
    Alternator: Yes
    Battery Charger: Automatic

    Sails & Rigging
    Sails: Main, (2) working jibs, genoa, drifter (small rip easy repair), storm trysail
    Boom Vang: Yes
    Mast: Aluminum deck-stepped
    Standing Rigging: SS wire
    Mainsheet Traveler: No
    Lines led aft: Yes
    Roller Furling: No
    Spinnaker Pole: Yes
    Winch: No

    Deck Equipment
    Anchors: 35# CQR, 45# Delta, 13# Danforth, 200 ft. chain & 150 line rode
    Ladder: swim
    Bow Pulpit: Aluminum with SS rails
    Lights: Nav
    Cover: No
    Lifelines & Stanchions: SS
    Deck Material: GRP Sheathed Plywood

    Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details
    Propeller: 3 blade bronze, 14” x 11”
    Bilge Pumps: Manual & Automatic

    Raw Water Sea Strainer: Yes
    Fire Extinguishing: All up-to-date & up to code
    Fuel Filters: Racor
    Steering: Tiller
    Fuel Shut offs: Diesel, LPG
    Fresh Water Cooling: No
    Head Type: Enclosed manual
    Heater: SigMar 180 Diesel
    WindVane Self-Steering: Gerald Ratcliffe (not assembled)
    Watermaker: No

    Safety Equipment
    Life Jackets: 2 Sospender Automatic-Inflating (type V w/ built-in harness), 8 PFDs various sizes
    Life ring: ring
    Liferaft: No

    Non-operational Equipment
    N/A

    Miscellaneous
    -Survey done April 2011 when we bought her, all issues mentioned have been fixed
    -8 ft. fiberglass dinghy w/ oars included
    -Transmission rebuilt 2011
    -80 gallon freshwater tank, 40 gallon diesel tank
    -Clean bilge, great for wine storage
    -KUMA stainless steel BBQ
    -lots of spare parts included


  2. 1975 Cascade 36

    October 19, 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:


  3. 1984 Cascade 27′ Sailboat

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    live-aboard equiped sloop verified in good condition by professional survey done 1 1/2 years ago.

    Equipment on Board:

    pro-furl roller furling, Dickenson diesel heater, propane stove and oven, auto-tiller, 9.9 Honda OB, VHS, depth sounder, newer marine head w/holding tank, y-valve, pressure H2O


  4. 1972 Cascade Cascade 42

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Please see external website for all information:

    drgeorgepc.com/Cascade42.html

    Equipment on Board:

    Please see external website for all information:

    drgeorgepc.com/Cascade42.html


  5. 1986 Cascade pilot house sail boat

    October 17, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    42’ Cascade offshore pilot house ketch sailboat

    Custom built by a master craftsman for live aboard comfort and safe offshore travel.
    The low profile pilothouse seating area offers a second steering station with a 360-degree visibility. The table top changes from flat, to sea rails with chart storage.
    The U -shaped sea going galley has a Force 10 propane range, deep double sinks in custom made stainless countertops.
    The Main salon has a new Dickinson Newport diesel heater, storage all new cushions. Sleeps 3 (plus), and space for T.V.
    Separate top-loading freezer and refrigerator are powered by shore power or engine driven compressors.
    The ketch rig offers split-rig versatility for easy sail handling at sea. The masts and rigging are oversized for safety. All four line-control winches are self tailing Lewmar.
    Below the cockpit floor an aluminum 80 gal diesel fuel tank The engine at cruising speed makes 6 knots at 2200 RPM using ½ gal of fuel per hour. All 4 sides of the engine and parts are easy to get at. And 100 gal water.
    If you’re looking for an offshore capable liveaboard, that is in good condition this is it.
    I have lowered the price below its value (replacement cost $300K) due to illness. Contact me (Ken) at (# removed) or e mail at (kcyarnell@gmail.com) for more information and pictures.

    Equipment on Board:

    Cabin heat: Dickinson Newport (installation in process)
    Galley range: Force 10 three-burner w/oven
    Galley fuel: Propane
    Refrigerator: 120VAC/Engine driven
    Freezer: 120VAC/Engine driven
    Head: Raritan PHII (New ’05)
    Y-Valve: Yes
    Pressure water: Hot and cold
    Showers: One
    Accommodations for: 6
    Headroom: 6’3″
    SAILS
    Roller furling: Famet
    Genoa: one (120%?)
    Mainsail: Yes
    Mizzen: yes
    RIGGING
    Halyards main: 3
    Pole topping lift: yes
    Topping lift: yes
    Halyards mizzen: 2
    Topping lift: yes

    ENGINE : Westerbeke 4-107
    Prop: 3 Blade fixed
    Filters: Dual Racor
    Stuffing box: Norscott type dripless gland
    ELECTRONICS
    Batteries: 1-8D engine start, 2-6Volt golf cart house bank
    Regulator: Cruising Equipment multi stage regulator
    Shore power: 30 amp
    Charger: Yes
    Depth sounder: Coastal Navigator
    VHF: Standard Horizon
    GPS: Magellan
    Loran: Raytheon
    Autopilot: W-H
    Compass: 5″ Danforth
    Radar: Furuno 24 mile
    Fuel: 80 approx Water: 130 approx Holding: 30 approx
    SAFETY EQUIPMENT
    Bilge pumps: 5 total (3 manual, 1 electric, 1 engine driven)
    MOORING EQUIPMENT
    Primary ground tackle
    Anchor: 45# CQR
    Chain: 90′-3/8″
    Line: 150′-3/4″ Nylon
    Secondary ground tackle
    Anchor: 40S Danforth, Additional danforth stern anchor
    Chain: 90′-5/16″
    Rode: 250′-5/8″ Nylon
    Fenders: Yes
    Dock Lines: Yes


  6. 1972 Cascade Cascade 42

    October 16, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Please see external website for all information:

    drgeorgepc.com/Cascade42.html

    Equipment on Board:

    Please see external website for all information:

    drgeorgepc.com/Cascade42.html


  7. 1986 Cascade pilot house sail boat

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    42’ Cascade offshore pilot house ketch sailboat

    Custom built by a master craftsman for live aboard comfort and safe offshore travel.
    The low profile pilothouse seating area offers a second steering station with a 360-degree visibility. The table top changes from flat, to sea rails with chart storage.
    The U -shaped sea going galley has a Force 10 propane range, deep double sinks in custom made stainless countertops.
    The Main salon has a new Dickinson Newport diesel heater, storage all new cushions. Sleeps 3 (plus), and space for T.V.
    Separate top-loading freezer and refrigerator are powered by shore power or engine driven compressors.
    The ketch rig offers split-rig versatility for easy sail handling at sea. The masts and rigging are oversized for safety. All four line-control winches are self tailing Lewmar.
    Below the cockpit floor an aluminum 80 gal diesel fuel tank The engine at cruising speed makes 6 knots at 2200 RPM using ½ gal of fuel per hour. All 4 sides of the engine and parts are easy to get at. And 100 gal water.
    If you’re looking for an offshore capable liveaboard, that is in good condition this is it.
    I have lowered the price below its value (replacement cost $300K) due to illness. Contact me (Ken) at (# removed) or e mail at (kcyarnell@gmail.com) for more information and pictures.

    Equipment on Board:

    Cabin heat: Dickinson Newport (installation in process)
    Galley range: Force 10 three-burner w/oven
    Galley fuel: Propane
    Refrigerator: 120VAC/Engine driven
    Freezer: 120VAC/Engine driven
    Head: Raritan PHII (New ’05)
    Y-Valve: Yes
    Pressure water: Hot and cold
    Showers: One
    Accommodations for: 6
    Headroom: 6’3″
    SAILS
    Roller furling: Famet
    Genoa: one (120%?)
    Mainsail: Yes
    Mizzen: yes
    RIGGING
    Halyards main: 3
    Pole topping lift: yes
    Topping lift: yes
    Halyards mizzen: 2
    Topping lift: yes

    ENGINE : Westerbeke 4-107
    Prop: 3 Blade fixed
    Filters: Dual Racor
    Stuffing box: Norscott type dripless gland
    ELECTRONICS
    Batteries: 1-8D engine start, 2-6Volt golf cart house bank
    Regulator: Cruising Equipment multi stage regulator
    Shore power: 30 amp
    Charger: Yes
    Depth sounder: Coastal Navigator
    VHF: Standard Horizon
    GPS: Magellan
    Loran: Raytheon
    Autopilot: W-H
    Compass: 5″ Danforth
    Radar: Furuno 24 mile
    Fuel: 80 approx Water: 130 approx Holding: 30 approx
    SAFETY EQUIPMENT
    Bilge pumps: 5 total (3 manual, 1 electric, 1 engine driven)
    MOORING EQUIPMENT
    Primary ground tackle
    Anchor: 45# CQR
    Chain: 90′-3/8″
    Line: 150′-3/4″ Nylon
    Secondary ground tackle
    Anchor: 40S Danforth, Additional danforth stern anchor
    Chain: 90′-5/16″
    Rode: 250′-5/8″ Nylon
    Fenders: Yes
    Dock Lines: Yes