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Cape Dory Intrepid 35, Salem, MA

US$ 34,900

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Year:
1976
Length:
35'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single
Located In:
Salem, MA
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
YW#:
1619-2644389
Last Listed Price:
US$ 34,900 
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1976 Cape Dory Intrepid 35 – “Tarshish”

 

History

Approximately 19 of these outstanding cruising boats were built. The first 14 were built by Heritage Yachts in Canada, the final five were built by Cape Dory. Tarshish was built by Heritage with a custom interior.

 

James McCurdy (of McCurdy and Rhodes) was the designer and is thought to have owned one of the Intrepid 35’s as his own boat. More details can be found at:

 

 

Tarshish has sailed the New England coast as well as the Bahamas. It is set up for extended cruising and live-aboard capability, although it makes an excellent weekender as well. It has been lovingly maintained and upgraded by it past owners.

 

Features

Accomodations

Starting forward is a large queen sized V berth followed by two hanging lockers to starboard and a spacious head to port. The head area closes off to create a shower. Next aft is the main salon with a fold down table and cozy Dickinson Newport cabin heater. To starboard is a full length settee which converts to a single bunk. To port is a settee which converts to a double berth. The nav station is to port with a quarter berth behind. The L galley is to starboard with engine access below the companionway. The original portlights have been replaced with 8 Bomar elliptical opening ports. Teak and holly sole replaced in 2011.

 

Galley

SS Sink with hand pump as well as pressurized hot water

3 burner propane stove and oven

large refrigerator/freezer with Endel isotherm refrigeration (2005)

Extensive storage

 

Electricals

Boat rewired in 2010

Dual 100AH/6V golf cart batteries for house power

Separate starter battery

Automatic Battery combiner/isolator

Two 75 solar panels (adequate to run refrigeration independently)

120V outlets powered by shore power or 800W inverter

LED cabin lights and LED bow spotlight

Small automatic bilge pump, 2000 GPH backup bilge pump (also manual pump)

 

Electronics

Binnacle mounted Garmin 541 Chartplotter (2012) and Raynav ST40 depth sounder (2011)

Standard Horizon VHF with DCS linked to GPS

Simrad autopilot

Furuno NX300 weather fax

Stereo system

Circuit breaker panel

Explosive gas detector

 

Plumbing

30 gal fixed water tank plus 30 gal forepeak flexible tank

Engine/shorepower water heater (2011)

Manual water pumps in head and galley

Pressurized hot water for galley and shower

30 gal holding tank with selectable deck pump out or  macerator pump

 

Engine

Westerbeke 44B diesel new in 2007

401 hours

Prop re-pitched and balanced (2010)

 

Sails

All sails in excellent condition

Mainsail: double reef points, triple stitched (2004)

140% Genoa  (~2004, restiched 2010)

Cruising spinnaker with sock

Heavy duty Storm jib and trysail

Drifter

“Mack Pack”  lazy jack/mainsail furling system

 

Deck

Outstanding ground tackle:

45# CQR with chain and nylon rode

35# Bruce with all chain (150’) rode

FX23 Fortress anchor with chain and nylon rode for aft anchoring

Custom stainless steel dual anchor bow pulpit

Simpson Lawrence highspeed manual windlass

Spinnaker pole

Whisker pole, mast mounted (2012)

Backstay replaced 2010

Mainsheet traveler replaced 2010

Full Dodger

Fully enclosed Bimini

Forespar Dinghy davits and outboard crane

Edson pedestal mounted cockpit table

Separate propane storage locker

Propane grill

 

 

 

 

History

Approximately 19 of these outstanding cruising boats were built. The first 14 were built by Heritage Yachts in Canada, the final five were built by Cape Dory. Tarshish was built by Heritage with a custom interior.

 

James McCurdy (of McCurdy and Rhodes) was the designer and is thought to have owned one of the Intrepid 35’s as his own boat.

 

Tarshish has sailed the New England coast as well as the Bahamas. It is set up for extended cruising and live-aboard capability, although it makes an excellent weekender as well. It has been lovingly maintained and upgraded by it past owners.

 

Features

Accomodations

Starting forward is a large queen sized V berth followed by two hanging lockers to starboard and a spacious head to port. The head area closes off to create a shower. Next aft is the main salon with a fold down table and cozy Dickinson Newport cabin heater. To starboard is a full length settee which converts to a single bunk. To port is a settee which converts to a double berth. The nav station is to port with a quarter berth behind. The L galley is to starboard with engine access below the companionway. The original portlights have been replaced with 8 Bomar elliptical opening ports. Teak and holly sole replaced in 2011.

 

Galley

SS Sink with hand pump as well as pressurized hot water

3 burner propane stove and oven

large refrigerator/freezer with Endel isotherm refrigeration (2005)

Extensive storage

 

Electricals

Boat rewired in 2010

Dual 100AH/6V golf cart batteries for house power

Separate starter battery

Automatic Battery combiner/isolator

Two 75 solar panels (adequate to run refrigeration independently)

120V outlets powered by shore power or 800W inverter

LED cabin lights and LED bow spotlight

Small automatic bilge pump, 2000 GPH backup bilge pump (also manual pump)

 

Electronics

Binnacle mounted Garmin 541 Chartplotter (2012) and Raynav ST40 depth sounder (2011)

Standard Horizon VHF with DCS linked to GPS

Simrad autopilot

Furuno NX300 weather fax

Stereo system

Circuit breaker panel

Explosive gas detector

 

Plumbing

30 gal fixed water tank plus 30 gal forepeak flexible tank

Engine/shorepower water heater (2011)

Manual water pumps in head and galley

Pressurized hot water for galley and shower

30 gal holding tank with selectable deck pump out or  macerator pump

 

Engine

Westerbeke 44B diesel new in 2007

401 hours

Prop re-pitched and balanced (2010)

 

Sails

All sails in excellent condition

Mainsail: double reef points, triple stitched (2004)

140% Genoa  (~2004, restiched 2010)

Cruising spinnaker with sock

Heavy duty Storm jib and trysail

Drifter

“Mack Pack”  lazy jack/mainsail furling system

 

Deck

Outstanding ground tackle:

45# CQR with chain and nylon rode

35# Bruce with all chain (150’) rode

FX23 Fortress anchor with chain and nylon rode for aft anchoring

Custom stainless steel dual anchor bow pulpit

Simpson Lawrence highspeed manual windlass

Spinnaker pole

Whisker pole, mast mounted (2012)

Backstay replaced 2010

Mainsheet traveler replaced 2010

Full Do

 

 

 





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