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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Alameda, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 54,500
The Cape Dory 36 is a well known and respected offshore cruiser designed by Carl Alberg. With a modified full keel, sleek hull profile and low aspect rig provide a solid ride and a low center of gravity for good stability in a seaway. With furling head sail and cutter sail she has proven herself to be not only comfortable and easy to single handle.
"Salt Shaker" is powered by a Universal 40hp. Feel comfortable at sea with Radar / Chartplotter / Autopilot / SSB .....
She is here at docks, give us a call to see her full list of options that are aboard .
PRICE REDUCED TO SELL !!
Roger and Dinah Goodsell Cell 510-710-6822 / 510-710-6823 Rogerg@cruisingyachts.net Dinahg@cruisingyacht.net Cruising Yachts 1070 Marina Village Pkwy #101 A Alameda, Ca. 94501
Please contact Dinah Goodsell at 510-710-6823
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 38 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 8 in
LWL: 27 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 16100 lbs
Ballast: 6050 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 46 ft 6 in
Total Power: 40 HP
Engine Brand: Universal
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1646
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (130 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
"Salt Shaker" has generous room for the cruising family or couple. A large V berth forward has hanging space and lockers for storage. The head is located on the portside . The salon has long settees port and starboard with a beautiful drop leaf table on the centerline. The large nav station and quarter berth are to starboard of companionway stairs. Adjacent to port is a very comfortable U shaped galley.
- Richly finished interior cabin with oiled teak
- Varnished teak and holly sole
- 10 opening ports and 2 overhead hatches for excellent ventalation
- 6'4" headroom
- Diseal Heater/wall mounted (owner has not run unit since he has owned the boat )
- 2011 New Interior cushions
- 2011 ... Re bedded bronze ports .. $3394
U shaped galley to port of companionway, great for working underway or on the hook. Ample storage through out and great working counter space.
- Frigobot Refrigeration (new approx. 2010)
- 2 burner LPG stove & oven - gimbaled
- SS sink
- Manuel pump fresh water at galley and head sink
Electronics and Electrical
Starboard of companionway stairs is a forward facing chart table with storage cabinet below and shelf out board , and using the stb quarter berth for seating . 12v/110 panel at your finger tips .
- 2010 Garmin chartplotter w/ AIS receiver (at Nav Station) 10 / 2010 $6,399
- B&G Knot / Depth / Wind
- Wheel Autopilot
- SSB - ICOM 802
- ACR-2844 406 MHz GPS EPIRB Cat II 2010 - $784
- Horizon Intrepid VHF @ Nav (remote stern VHF transmitter-broken)
- Compass at helm
- Monitor Windvane Self Steering System
Powered by the Universal 40hp / 3 bladed prop with approx. 1646 hrs
- spare 12v / 50 amp alternator
- 2014 Fuel Tank (30 Gal)
Solar Panels (3)
Deck and Hull
The hull is hand-laid in a rotating, one -piece mold with alternating layers of fiberglass mat and woven robing. The deck is balsa cored except in areas of high loads and stresses where it is solid glass, plywood or aluminum. The hull - and - deck joint is a wide, 3 inch flange and through-bolted on 12 inch centers.
A fiberglass subfloor adds additional athwarthships support.
The ballast is cast in 2 pieces and placed inside the keel cavity. It is secured in place with several layers of fiberglass and covered with gel coat for a smooth, clean bilge finish.
The rudder combines 2 fiberlass half shells filled with a polyester compound and is built around a beefy 1 1/2 stock.
"Salt Shaker" has wheel steering with a T-shaped cockpit. She also has a WINDVANE Monitor Self Steering System. The visibility from the helm is excellent and the narrow beam places the sheet winches within easy reach. The cockpit feels spacious and there is plenty of storage with lockers port and starboard and a lazarette astern for the propane tanks.
For a narrow boat , the CD36 side decks are wide and there are long teak handrails atop the cabin house and a stout teak toe rail. Her wide decks make for easy and safe traveling fore and aft. The single - spreader mast is keel stepped and heavily stayed. The staysail and head stay is fitted with a furling system.
- Windvane Monitor Self Steering System
- Electric Windlass - Lofrans Cobra (150' 5/16 + 300' rode)
- Spare anchor - Fortress
- Double high boat and stern pulpits
- Double high lifelines with boarding gates port and starboard
Sails and Rigging
"Salt Shaker" is a keel stepped, cutter , single spreader, masthead rig with her halyards at the mast.
- Harken furling system on head stay and cutter
- Battened Main (2004) Pineapple with lazy jacks
- Furling jib (2004)
- Furling Staysail (2004)
- Asy Cruising Spinnaker (ATN Tachor)
- Boom brake preventer
- Nov 2011 $5888 ... New traveler and rebeded chain plates
- 4 man Viking LIFE RAFT (needs re certification/packing) 4 / 2010 $2,524
- Ditch Bag - with EPIRB
- Hand Held Compass
- WM 2010 10' Tender $2055 Inflatable floor and Nissan Diesel 9.8 OB
- Portable Weather Radio
- Handheld VHF
- Cockpit Cushions
- Dodger and Sun Awning for cockpit
Items NOT included with the vessel purchase
- Captains library of books
History of the Cape Dory
The 36 was very successful. Introduced in 1978, it remained in production for 12 years and 165 hulls were launched. When Cape Dory went out of business in 1991, Vavolotis managed to keep the 36 molds and transported them to Robinhood Marine in Georgetown, Maine. The CD36 was reborn as the Robinhood 36, and was available as a semi-custom boat.
The Cape Dory 36 tracks well and resists pounding in a seaway. She can carry sail and continue to make way when lighter, faster boats are running for cover in heavy air.
"Salt Shaker" is hull #2 , humble and seaworthy.....
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.