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  1. 1976 Heritage West Indies

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Beautifully maintained West Indies 36. Sloop rigged, skeg rudder and keel stepped mast. Sleeping accommodations for six including a large quarter berth and a double v-berth forward. Spacious u-shaped galley port side w double stainless steel sink, aft w alcohol stove/ice box, pressurized water and ample storage space. Starboard nav table, starboard lounge/settee/berth and a port lounge/dinette/berth. Head has fresh water and is equipped w shower w hanging locker opposite. Aft cushioned cockpit has pedestal steering and a bimini top. Dinghy is included w the sale at no extra charge.

    Sail: Fully battened main and a storm jib. Mast was replaced in 2000. Roller furling.

    Equipped w solar battery charger, auto pilot, and windlass. Bright work and varnish are in excellent condition. She has been well cared for as evidenced by the photos.


    Contact: Steve/Patty (# removed)

    We offer the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

    Equipment on Board:

    Heritage 36 West Indies – boats were made between 1976 and 1979 and approximately 40 of these hulls were made. Built by Heritage Yachts and designed by Charley Morgan. Heritage Yachts, a Florida based company, created this centerboarder and the draft with the board is a very modest 4.0′ – good performance to windward. Interior is exceptionally well laid out – all available space is utilized. There are no less than three hanging lockers. The chart table is quite large and includes a bank of drawers which open inboard. The head is very large and incorporates a shower. The deck plan includes a very large cockpit w good access to the large lazarette. The sail plan is quite tall and provides more than adequate power without large genoas. Chain plates are set inboard at the edge of the house giving a sheeting angle of 13 degrees. She is equipped w Perkins Diesel, 50 hp, inboard with wheel steering. The sweeping sheer and semi-clipper bow give the West Indies 36 a classicaditional look which makes this a very attractive vessel.