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Glowing 2017 survey available
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Argyll & Bute, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- £ 49,500 (US$ 65,300)
An immaculately presented example of the Bavaria 36 'Moonstone' was commissioned by the current owner to his own specification, included the extra deep fin keel and has been fastidiously maintained since commissioning by her loving owner. Fitted out below decks with lots of solid mahogany joinery work and spotless upholstery accommodation for a crew of 6 is offered in comfort over 2 separate cabins. On deck the boat has a spacious cockpit for alfresco entertaining and with all lines lead aft she is ideally set up for short handed sailing.
Reluctantly offered for sale due to an aging owner she comes with a comprehensive inventory. The boat was surveyed for insurance purposes in July 2017 and a copy of the survey is available upon request. Currently lying ashore in North Argyll she is essentially ready to launch in the spring and sail away with a new owner. Viewing highly recommended
Please contact Mark Cameron at 01852 500247
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Bavaria Yachts
LOA: 11.40 m
Beam: 3.60 m
LWL: 9.38 m
Maximum Draft: 1.95 m
Displacement: 5500 kgs
Ballast: 1056 kgs
Total Power: 30 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 2004
Engine Model: MD2030
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 30 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (300 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (150 Liters)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Spars and Rigging
Masthead sloop rig with all spars manufactured by Selden and finished in silver anodised aluminiuim with black end castings. All standing rigging of 1x19 stainless steel wire with roll swage type end terminations and stainless steel bottle screws.
- Selden spars
- Furlex 200S roller reefing system for genoa.
- In mast roller reefing mainsail
- Selden rod kicker
- Adjustable backstay
Both mainsail and genoa are fitted on roller reefing systems with all control lines lead aft to the cockpit while halyards are retained at the mast and secured with jammers. Backstay is fitted with block and tackle type tensioner.
Sails & Canvass Work
- Mainsail - In mast roller reefing. Elvstrom (2004).
- Genoa - Roller reefing. Elvstrom (2004). New UV strip fitted.
- Sprayhood - Blue in colour. Owen Sails (2014)
- Cockpit Tent - Blue in colour. Owen Sails (2013)
The deck, coachroof and cockpit moulding is finished white gelcoat with the standard blue Bavaria style stripes along the coachroof and moulded in non-slip pattern panels.
With the manual Lofrans windlass mounted within the large foredeck chain locker the deck forward is clear of obstructions. The deck stepped mast is stepped on the coachroof with halyard for both the mainsail and genoa retained at the mast while all other control lines are lead aft, the mainsheet track bridges the hatch garage just forward of the sprayhood. Access aft to the cockpit is good with wide side decks free of obstructions; a grabrail runs the full length of the coachroof and guardwires provide additional security outboard.
Generously proportioned for a yacht of this size the cockpit is well laid out providing a safe haven for crew when on passage and with the laid teak decking seats and sole has a very classic visual appeal. Well protected by the sprayhood and moulded coamings whle also providing a great outdoor living space in which to relax at the end of a long day; the full cockpit tent allows this space to be utilised regardless of weather. The binncale mounted wheel is located well aft keeping the main cockpit space free from obstructions. Plotter and instrument displays are mounted on a binnacle pod easily viewable by the helmsman. All lines are lead aft to banks of jammers on the port and starboard sides of the companionway. Storage is provided in two large cockpit lockers port and starboard while a separate self draining locker is provided for gas bottles.
- Wind Instrument - Raymarine ST60
- Speed/Log - Raymarine ST60
- Depth Sounder - Raymarine ST60
- Plotter - Raymarine 435i
- Autopilot - Raymarine ST4000+
- Navtex - NASA
- VHF - Simard S15 DSCVHF
- Handheld VHF - Standard Horizon
- Generator - Mobile Honda 2Kw unit.
- Battery Charger - Sterling 4Step smart charger 12v 30A
- Shore Power System - Hardwired with RCD protection. Ring main, charger & immersion heater.
- Smart Alternator - Sterling control system
- Domestic Bank - 2 off 160Ah Lead Acid
- Engine Bank - 1 off 85Ah Lead Acid
Maintained to the highest standard the boat has the appearance of a boat only a few years old below decks with the varnish works and upholstery all in excellent condition throughout. With extensive use of high quality solid mahogany joinery work and clever use of all available storage space the interior finish feels very practical and robust yet welcoming.
The forepeak provides a spacious double berth with ample standing room aft of the bunk to stand in with a small seat provided port and starboard. Excellent storage is provided throughout the cabin with a selection of lockers beneath the bunks, 2 hanging wardrobes and small lockers beneath the seating.
For a boat of only 36' the saloon is extremely well proportioned and can easily accommodate a full crew for dinning. Bench settees are provided along the port and starboard sides of the saloon with a centrally located, drop leaf saloon table. Both settees convert to good sized single berths ideal for use at sea with the backrests lifting up to give additional width to both bunks. A wide selection of storage is provided in the saloon area with sizeable under bunk storage lockers, port and starboard and a range of outboard overhead shelves and lockers. The current owners have customised the storage for use at sea and lockers are fitted with racking where required for glass and crockery.
The navigation station is located at the aft end of the salon to starboard. Laid out in a very practical manner the area provides a half chart table with storage beneath, a bosuns cupboard and additional cave locker outboard. Clever use has been made of the dead space dividing the chart table from the saloon with the top lifting to reveal an additional area for bottle stroage. From the navigators seat all ships electrical switches are within easy reach.
Opposite lies the galley, laid out in an L-configuration it provides all that the keenest of galley chefs could require. 2 burner gas cooker with oven, double S/S sink with hot and cold running water, large top loading fridge and a range of lockers for provisions and storage of crockery and cutlery etc.
The large aft cabin is accessed through the galley and provides another large double bunk. Again a selection of storage is provided including overheads shelf and a hanging wardrobe. Access to the side of the engine compartment can be gained through a removable panel.
The heads compartment is finished in a white GRP, easy clean moulding with in built sink and vanity unit. A wet locker is provided at the aft end of the heads.
- Heating - Webasto, diesel fired air system. 4 outlets. (2008)
- Hot Water - Pressurised faucets in galley & heads. Engine fed calorifier with immersion heater.
- Cooker - Gas, 2 Burner with Oven.
- Fridge - Top loading under worktop.
- Heads - Jabsco sea toilet. Discharge via holding tank or overboard. Full set of spares aboard.
- TV - Bulkhead mounted in saloon with integral DVD player. Mast head antenna.
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.