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1988 Monk 36 Trawler Yacht file# pa5746
Located in NEW BRUNSWICK
|BUILDER: Taiwan Overseas Industrial Co. Ltd., Taiwan - DESIGNER: Edwin Monk, Jr.
CONSTRUCTION: White fiberglass hull with original gel-coat; dark blue boottop and blue bottom paint; long skeg keel; skeg and strut supported drive shaft; spade rudder; hydraulic steering; Emergency Steering tiller; Bulwarks with teak-capped hand-railings and 3 gates; Fly-Bridge with bench seating, helm, full engine controls, venturi windshield; Bimini Top with custom full enclosure (used 1 summer) with screens; Mast; 2 hatches; multiple opening windows and stainless steel ports; teak swim platform with swim ladder and boarding ladder; custom Ocean Marine Davits w/ stainless steel winch (suitable for a 10'-12' RIB, (not included)).
ACCOMMODATIONS: The yacht sleeps 6 in two private staterooms; 6' 4" + headroom.
Vee berth stateroom forward, with beige upholstery, storage shelves and drawers, hanging locker to starboard, and enclosed head to port. The head has a sink, vanity, electric marine toilet and shower.
The main cabin has the lower helm station forward to starboard, helm seat (w/ height extension), 'L' shaped settee with hi-lo leaf table which drops to make a double berth.
The galley is aft to starboard. It had a 4 burner Magic Chef LPG stove with oven, Norcold marine 12/110 volt refrigerator with freezer section (2010 approx.), double stainless steel sinks with cutting board and much counter and locker space.
The master stateroom is aft. It features a centerline double berth, desk/vanity with mirror, lots of drawers and a roomy head. The head has a separate tub and shower, electric marine toilet plus a sink with vanity.
The yacht is finished to a high standard in solid teak with wainscot type bulkheads, panel doors and drawer fronts. The upholstery in the main cabin is Ultrasuede; upgraded from the original; vinyl headliner with teak trim; teak and holly sole. The yacht has an upgraded Espar diesel furnace (2010 approx) with ducting to all cabins including the heads.
TANKS: Fuel (black iron/steel) - 250 gallons total (2 X 125); Holding (stainless steel) - 40 (1 tank servicing both heads); Water (stainless steel): 150 gallons (2 tanks aft).
ENGINE: 1988 Cummins 150 HP four cylinder, turbo-charged fresh-water cooled (heat exchanger) marine diesel engine; hour meter showing 1,268 hours (as of 7/18); 4 bladed bronze propeller; 8 kt. Cruising speed with a 9 kt. Max speed. The yacht is equipped with a Vetus (55 kg) Bow Thruster and (60 kg) Stern Thruster. These are interfaced to facilitate easy boat handling.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by a heavy-duty 120 amp alternator with an adjustable solid-state regulator on the main engine through selector switches to 4 '8D' lead/acid batteries; battery monitoring system; 40 amp automatic battery charger. The 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection ( 50' - 30 amp cord included), or via an 1,800 watt inverter. The yacht has a full complement of interior, navigation and courtesy lights.
ELECTRONICS: At the lower helm: Ritchie 'Power Damp' compass; colour depth sounder; Standard Horizon VHF; Kenwood stereo; Raymarine autopilot. On the Fly-Bridge: Ritchie electric compass; Raymarine RC435I GPS/Plotter; VHF.
GENERAL: Lewmar electric windlass with remote hand-set & control at the lower helm; 15 KG Bruce anchor; 225' BBB chain rode w/ 100' nylon rode; YARD TRAILER of heavy 'I' beam construction custom (not registered, not inspected; suitable for short distances only); new tires and rims (8 on 4 axels); 4 dock lines; 4 fenders; boat hook; 2 fire extinguishers; 4 life preservers; life ring; heavy canvas duct custom winter cover and aluminum frame (seldom used due to indoor storage); stainless steel barbeque; dishes; cushions for the fly bridge seating (2012); engine & equipment manuals.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
Broker's Comment: It is rare to come across a 30 year old boat that looks like a 5 year old one. The owner ordered her new and has lavished love and attention on her all these years. She has always been winter stored in a heated building and it shows. The exterior 'bright-work' is beautiful; and there is no sign of the window leaks and the associated wood staining so common in these boats. The cabin soles and joinery show little wear. The original gel-coat on the hull is in remarkable condition. The bilges are clean. We highly recommend her.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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