This beautifully renovated Cape George 36 is the perfect mixture of classic and modern. She has been outfitted and updated with a beautiful interior, new electronics, engine while maintaining her classic feel and integrity.
Remarkably fast according to many owners and fortunate sailors, these yachts sail in light air very well. When the breeze picks up they show a beautiful transom to the fleet. If you ever wanted a Bristol Channel Cutter but thought it too small, you'll love the Cape George Cutter as this yacht has the same motion and the same wonderful sailing characteristics, but is bigger.
Please stop by our dock to view this beautiful yacht
Please call any of the Signature crew for more details about this yacht:
Tori Parrott - 206-618-0197
Chapin Day - 206-390-5608
Allan Johnson - 206-799-6311
Rick Shane - 206-459-3852
Please contact at 206-284-9004
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Cecil Lang
Designer: William Atkins
This beautifully refit Cape George is open and airy with comfortable and classic feel. Beginning forward is the master cabin with abundant storage and a large hatch overhead. The main slon features a long settee with a sea berth to port and a large dinette to starboard.
The galley is aft to starboard and the nav station and electrical panel is to port. Aft to port of the companionway is the quarterberth.
She had a total refit in 2005 and the interior feature the folowing:
New Teak and holly cabin sole
Beautiful opening butterfly hatch overhead in main salon
Lee cloths for all berths
All new paint and bright work below
Opening portlights throughtout for ventilation
Clock and barometer
New galley with Avonite countertop
custom built in sink with sea rails
Glacier Bay refrigeration:
Holding plate fridge and freezer
Glacier bay insulation panels in boxes
Hurricne hydronic heating system
All new Simrad electronics
Dual chartplotter at helm and nav station
Icom SSB/Ham radio
Flat screen TV
New custom electrical panel and all new wiring throughout
New 8D house batteries 2012
200 amp alternator
New Quantum Sails:
Genoa on Profurl furler
Cruising spinnaker w/ pole
New sail covers
New standing and running rigging
Plumbing and Mechanical
Westerbeke 55 hp new 2005
20 gallon fuel tank new
All new plumbing
3 water tanks - 1 - 80 gallon, 2- 20 gallon
Village marine watermaker - 8 gph w/ control panel
New water pump
New water heater
New Raritan PHII head and all new fawcets
2 electric bilge pumps
1 manual bilge pump
40 lb Bruce with 300' chain
40 lb CQR w/ 50' chain and 250 rode
salt water anchor washdown pump
New stancions and lifelines
Iverson Dsign custom dodger and bimini
Hatch and winch covers
The Cape George Cutter is the design of William "Bill" Atkin. Bill had ideas about designing perfectly balanced, beautifully proportioned yachts that sail fast. In fact, it seemed that he wanted to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt what a good chunk of boat could do in a light breeze to a gale.
"with high bulwarks and broad teak decks, a low elegant house and spacious safe cockpit, a gentle sheer and wineglass transom, and a massive aft hung rudder, one that looked as if she could not only take you anywhere in the world, but that she would also love going there with you."
"The hulls are designed to bring the athwartship sections in very exact continuity, and this feature undoubtedly accounts for the exceptional speed and ability of the Atkinized hulls; for, despite a very generous displacement of nearly 22,000 lbs., and a modest spread of sail of approximately 750 square feet, these are fast yachts."
- Ferenc Mate, Best Boats to Build or Buy, 1982
The Company offers 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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-213-1525Tel: 206-284-9004