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1985 Canadian Sailcraft 36′ Traditional

18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

Cruise equipped

Equipment on Board:

SAILS -Main(full batten triple reefs), #2, Second #2, #3, Spinnaker(pole and all

lines), storm jib, storm staysail. Giot furling for jib. Running backstays and inner forestay
Two Lewmar selftailing primary winches, 4 Lewmay halliyard winches(all let to cockpit)
Edson wheel and pedastal, Edson holder for outboard motor

Autohelm ST50 Depth Sounder and Knotmeter, Compass and hard bearing compass.
Garmin GPS and spare Furuno GPS, Furuno Radar
Folding teak cockpit table, cockpit cushions, swim ladder, many fenders, Lifejackets, Jack lines, two harnesses with two tethers each. Lifesling overboard system, overboard pole and ring, lifebuoy and overboard strobe, personal overboard strobe lights.
Three large snatch blocks, 4 winch handles.
Three banks of batteries – start battery, two house batteries in second bank and

three batteries in third bank, High output alternator. Original alternator as
spare. Analog voltmeter and digital voltmeter. Two large solar panels and
Zintex Propane sniffer and control
Autohelm 4000 auto pilot, FM radio with speakers in cockpit and below
Horizon VHF (with DSC) and extra microphone in cockpit.
Engine replaced 2001 with Westerbeke 44. About 1100 engine hours. Racor
secondary filter.
Webasto hot water furnace (also heats water).
Adler Barbour refridgerator, Heart Inverter (1800 watt), microwave
Cockpit cushions
Three burner Tasco propane stove and oven. Magma Barbeque propane and cover; Two propane tanks
Canvas – dodger, bimini, full enclosure, sail cover, hatch covers
Four person Givens Life raft (needs repacked), Satfind 406 EPIRB
Dingy davits
9’ fiberglass bottom Zodiac with 9.9 Yamaha motor, cover,
Lofrans Electric Windlass, three anchors – 35lb CQR, 40lb Danforth, and 25lb
Danforth, 150 3/8” chain with about 200’ ¾ three strand rope, 50 of 3/8” chain
with ¾” Sampson braid rhode.
Older Panasonic Toughbook computer with electronic charts of US west coast and
BC inside.
Topsides, decks, mast and boom Awlgripped 2006.
Two water tanks – 80 gallons. Fuel Tank – 35 gallons.
Complete documentation
Canadian Registered.

Canadian Sailcraft 36
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