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  1. 1982 W D Schock Corp NY.36 REDUCED

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Description of Standard Equipment & Options
    100% hand laid-up fiberglass
    High gloss gel coat
    4,200 pounds of lead ballast encased in a fiberglass shell.
    Stainless steel keel bolts and nuts.
    Large sump in the keel for collection and easy removal of bilge water.
    Spade design.
    Laminated fiberglass.
    Rudder stock is a tubular stainless shaft.
    Tiller steering.
    Tiller is laminated and varnished wood.
    Deck & Cockpit
    100% hand laid up fiberglass.
    Core is end grain balsa.
    Cockpit is 8' long and is self-bailing.
    A large lazarette storage under cockpit seats.
    All the sail controls are lead for ease of handling under racing conditions.
    Two self-tailing cabin top winches are provided.
    four self-tailing winches are provided in the cockpit (two to port, two to starboard) for jib and spinnaker control.
    An adjustable backstay is lead to helmsman’s position.
    Sleeping accommodations for six — a forward v-berth, two upper quarter berths and double-wide lower-aft berth.
    The main cabin features comfortable seating with padded backrests.
    Storage is provided under the forward berth and behind the main cabin seating.
    An enclosed head is located on the port side adjacent the mast. A manual head with a holding tank is standard.
    The cabin sole is teak and holly.
    Spars & Rigging
    Mast, boom, and jib boom are aluminum.
    Standing rigging is Navtec solid rod stainless steel.
    Running rigging is colored for easy identification.
    The main outhaul is also internal.
    A 12: 1 vang is provided for the boom.
    Windex and masthead light.
    Electrical & Mechanical
    2 – 12 volt batteries.
    12 volt distribution panel.
    110 distribution panel, 110 outlet, 12 volt outlet.
    Running lights.
    Cabin lights.
    Manual bilge pump.
    Yanmar- 3GM30F 27 hp 3 cylinder, 4 stroke diesel.
    60 amp alternator.
    Two-blade folding propeller.
    Fresh water cooling.

    Equipment on Board:

    Additional Information

    • New Sound System (Summer 2008)
    • New Electric Bilge Pump (Summer 2008)
    • 30 Amp AC Shore Power System (Summer 2009)
    • Raymarine ST60 Instruments (Speed, Depth) (Summer 2009)
    • New Garmin GPS (Summer 2009)
    • New AC Panel (Summer 2009)
    • 4 New Plexiglass Deadlights (Summer 2010)
    • PSS Shaft Seal (Summer 2010)
    • New Found Matal Stainless Portlight (Summer 2010
    • Kiwigrip Grey Nonskid Decks (Summer 2011)
    • All seacocks replaced with Groco bronze flanges/valves (Summer 2011)
    • All seacocks installed on new .75″ fiberglass back plates
    • Fuel Filter (Summer 2011)
    • Sea Strainer (Summer 2011)
    • All Barient winches were removed greased and rebedded (Summer 2011)
    • All deck hardware was removed and rebedded (Summer 2011)
    • New Cutlass Bearing (Winter 2011)