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The Vancouver 36 has her own distinctive style. The low and handsome coachroof is wide and flat, making movement forward very easy and the sense of security on deck is heightened by raised bulwarks with teak capping rail. The deep cockpit is very roomy with high coamings and comfortable angles for leaning against. The helmsman's position is ideal with easy access to winches, unencumbered movement around the wheel and clear vision to the stemhead.
Because the proportions are harmonious on deck, you will not be immediately aware of the remarkable size of the Vancouver 36 until you go below. With 6ft 3ins headroom throughout, the space has been skilfully utilised in every corner whilst keeping a feeling of spaciousness.
Designed from the outset for serious ocean passage making, the Vancouver combines sailing performance with excellent load carrying capability and comfortable motion in a seaway. Heavy displacement, deep sections and a long encapsulated keel gives excellent directional stability. The cutter rig has long been favoured by experienced cruising yachtsmen for its strength and versatility, as it provides good drive to windward and, because the sails are manageable and easy to reef, the optimum amount of sail is always available, whatever the weather conditions.
The Vancouver 36 conforms to EC category A.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 36 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 0 in
LWL: 28 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Displacement: 20494 lbs
Ballast: 8198 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 20494 lbs
Engine Option 1: 1x
Mainsail 27 m² (290 sq ft)
Self Tacking Jib 11 m² (113 sq ft)
Optional Gennaker 41 m² (440 sq ft)
Yankee 34 m² (364 sq ft)
The interior embraces all the essentials for solid live aboard comfort, with carefully selected fabrics and beautifully matched teak timbers and veneers. The well planned, practical galley has been designed to reach everything from one position, with a great amount of storage and secure racks, fully gimballed gas cooker and twin sinks. The large dinette area to port is generous and uncompromising. The fore and aft sections serve as good sea berths and the settee to starboard converts to a pilot berth.
As you would expect in a serious cruising yacht, plenty of space has been devoted to the navigation area with a full-size chart table, stowage for books and charts and plenty of space to display instruments. The heads is extremely large with shower facilities. An easy to manage set of companion way steps with well-sited pillars in the galley and chart area make for safe footing. A grab rail runs the full length of the saloon, positioned slightly above shoulder level, providing good handholds when the yacht is heeled to port and starboard.