Chloe B was originally built as a pleasure boat and used summers for 11 years until 1986. Her present owner began using her for lobstering at that time to the present. Her below layout is that of a pleasure boat with galley to port, dining table and enclosed head to starboard. During the fall of 2009 and spring of 2010, she has been repainted inside and out and is ready for a new owner to dress her up and cruise. The Newman 36 is a maneuverable and seaworthy Downeast cruiser. Her price has been lowered to reflect her owner's motivation to move her. Offers are encouraged!
Please contact at (207) 266-5574
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Jarvis Newman
Designer: Raymond Bunker
LOA: 36 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 0 in
LWL: 33 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 4 in
Solid fiberglass hull built by the Jarvis Newman yard in Southwest Harbor, Maine with 10 layers of glass, plus 4 stringers, stern to bulkhead and reinforced all by hand layup. The Lee Wilbur Company, also of Southwest Harbor, completed her in 1975 as a pleasure boat. Her present owner (the 3rd) replaced the engine, installed a hydraulic pot hauler, and uses her for lobstering and sport fishing. Deck, cabin and shelter are all marine plywood glassed over. Decks are framed with oak. Guards, rails and trim are teak. Fiberglass platform is self-bailing.
Total Power: 255
6-cyl. 1990 Isuzu diesel, 255 HP, FWC, heat exchanger. 2:1 TD hyd. reduction gear. TD 507 1 1/2 SS shaft. SS dry exhaust aft of shelter.
Fuel: 200 gals. in al. tank Fresh Water: 35 gals. in al. tank
Two 12V batteries.
Sleeps two below with enclosed head to stb. Small dinette and one berth forward. To port aft of berth there is a hanging locker, then galley which consists of a SS sink, Formica countertop and a diesel SS stove. Headroom below is 6'2". Bunks are 6'6" long with tan cushions. Cabin sole is painted gray.
Hydroslave pot hauler
Furuno GPS, 2006
VHF Radio, 2001
2 Fire Extinguishers
Coden 812 Fathometer, 2000
2 Electric Bilge Pumps
S-22 Anchor, 20' chain & 200' Rode
Chloe B was originally built as a pleasure boat and used summers for 11 years until 1986. Her present owner began using her for lobstering at that time to the present. During the fall of 2009 and spring of 2010, she has been refinished inside and out and is ready for a new owner to spruce up and cruise. The Newman 36 is a maneuverable and seaworthy Downeast cruiser.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-239-9148Tel: (207) 266-5574