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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Belfast, ME
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 210,000
The Northern Bay 36, Leslee Marie, was built by John Hutchins of Downeast Boat Builders and Tenants Harbor Boat Yard, while the final joinery and details where the result of amazing custom work by August Mende and the current owner/original owner. This semi-custom yacht, built in the proven Northern Bay 36 hull, is clearly the result of artisan craftsmen.
Last used in 2009, this yacht has been sitting in indoor storage. She is in well than above average shape and shows beautifully. This hull has a fresh Awlgrip job on it that has never seen the ocean and her interior is open, practical and trimmed out beautifully. Her Volvo Penta engine has less than 200 hours on it and has been professionally maintained. Leslee Marie is just exquisite.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Northern Bay
Designer: Spencer Lincoln
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
Length on Deck: 36 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Total Power: 370 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: TAMD63P
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 250
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 370 HP
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1
Hull & Deck
Solid fiberglass hull with Stars and Stripes Blue Awlgrip that has never seen the ocean. White Awlgrip boot top and ablative blue anti-fouling. The hull laminates were done in Vinyl-ester resin and biaxial glass cloth for superior strength and lower weight resulting in improved performance.
Fiberglass end grain balsa cored decks and house with two tone decks. Solid glass attachment pads strategically placed in the cored deck so that all deck hardware is bedded through solid fiberglass laminate.
- Hull by Northern Bay - Downeast Boats & Composites in 1996
- Design by Spencer Lincoln
- Finished by Owner/Builder/Craftsman to very high standards - launched in 2001
- Simpson Lawrence electric windlass with up and down foot switch on fore deck and remote control at helm station next to windlass breaker
- 33 Pound Bruce anchor
- Stainless steel (2) fender rack in cockpit
- Solid wood removable mast on pilot house roof
- Forward and aft solid wood handrails port and starboard on pilot house roof
- (2) Opening hatches on pilot house roof
- (2) Sets of solid wood hand rails, port and starboard, on coach roof
- Stainless steel bull nose chafe rail on top of fiberglass toe rail surrounding deck
Fully fitted out for coastal cruising.
- Furuno Marine Radar Model 1622
- Garmin GPS Maps 740
- Standard Horizon Depth
- ICOm VHF IC M59
Accommodations & Layout
Beautiful interior with light and dark contrasting woods and arylide yellow upholstery that gives the interior a sophisticated and luxurious feel. Finished off by artisan craftsman, one of which was the owner, the yacht took five years to build. With her salon/wheelhouse surrounded by windows, there is an abundance of natural light.. Equally abundant 12 volt lighting with several dome style lamps and swivel style reading lamps at the berths and settees.
Starting forward is the Master Stateroom featuring a large V-berth with drawer storage under the bunks and hanging shelving above both port and starboard side. Swivel reading lights are mounted on port and starboard side on the bulkhead aft of the V-berth.
Moving aft and to port is a large built in dresser with two over-sized drawers and a front loading locker below a work surface, and a two door locker above the surface. Forward of this is a large hanging locker complete with with ventilation.
Opposite to starboard is the Head with separate stall shower compartment, manual head plumbed via a Y-valve to the holding tank, small vanity with stainless steel sink and additional storage in lockers.
Up two steps to port is a companion seat and convertible navigation station above a large top, and partially front, loading Adler Barbour 12 volt refrigeration compartment.There is also a solid wood drink holder and additional storage below foot rest and companion seat. Storage under companion seat is a large pull out two shelf pantry on easy glide sliders.
Moving aft to port is the Galley with wooden work surface, stainless steel single basin sink with Scandvik hot and cold fresh water mixing tap, Force Ten (2) burner propane stove and (5) drawer and large front loading locker below work station.Swivel light above work surface.
Opposite to starboard is the Saloon with upholstered settee, custom trestle style dining table with (2) drop down leafs, storage below settee and space for additional seating. Above seating is a dome style light.
Moving forward on the starboard side is the Helm Station with Stidd helm seat, stainless steal wheel, Bass DC and AC electric panels, full suite of electronics, custom stainless stainless steal engine panel and custom aeronautical compass.
- Adler Barbour 12 volt refrigeration
- Top loading insulated refrigeration box with quarter front door
- Force 10 (2) burner propane stove with oven
- Single basin stainless steel sink
- Hot and cold fresh water pressurize mixing tap with dual handle control
- Large dual shelf pantry on easy glide sliders
- Drawer and locker storage below work surface
- Manual pump head
- Stainless steel sink with dual knob Scandvik mixer head control
- Storage above and below sink
- 12 volt outlet above basin
- Stainless steel opening port
- Separate shower stall
- Hot and cold mixer removable shower head with dual knob control
- Stainless steal hot water tank under lower companionway step
- Hydroslave hydraulic dual ram steering
- Dual lever engine controls
- Dual Racor fuel filter, (1) dedicated for port fuel tank and (1) dedicated for port fuel tank
- Graco ARG 2000 water strainer
Wired for 12 volt and 120 volt shore power.
- Bass AC Power Center
- Bass DC Power Center
- DC Dual Battery Volt Meter
- Load Charge Meter
- Guest Charge Pro 10 amp 3 stage automatic 12/24 volt battery charger
- Single Napa Special house battery (rest of batteries have been removed)
- 120 volt outlets in stateroom and galley
- Blue Sea Battery Selector Switch 1-2-BOTH-OFF
- Fuel: Approximately 200 gallons in (2) 100 gallon tanks
- Water: Approximately 100 gallons in (2) 50 gallon tanks
- Holding tank
This Northern Bay 36 was completed in 2001 making her five years younger than her hull mold date would indicate. She is a beautifully finished yacht that has not been used since 2009 for health reasons of the owner. Before that she was lightly used with less than 200 hours on the engines and only slept on twice. For all extent and purpose this yacht is as close to new as you will find for a yacht of this age.
Built by Maine craftsmen and an owner that had an eye for detail and an uncompromising view on quality construction that he carried over from building airplanes. Leslie Marie is a rare find and would cost four times her ask price to reproduce today.
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