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2002 CATALINA 36 Mk. II, file# sa5765
Location: New Brunswick
BUILDER: Catalina Yacht. DESIGNER: Gerry Douglas
CONSTRUCTION: White fibreglass hull and non-skid deck; blue shear strake (2009) with red and blue boottop accent stripes, and blue bottom paint (bottom paint stripped 2009; CSC Micron ablative type applied since then) ; 8,000# displacement with 3,950# ballast; skeg-supported rudder; Whitlock wheel steering; emergency tiller; bow and stern pulpits with double lifelines (replaced 2007); blue dodger (2003); 2 hatches; 6 opening ports; cockpit scupper hoses renewed.
ACCOMMODATIONS:The yacht sleeps up to 7 with 6'4" headroom.
Vee berth stateroom forward; roomy enclosed head to port; hanging locker and bureau to starboard. 'U' shaped settee to port in the main salon which can drop to make a double berth; twin seats and cocktail table to starboard which can also drop to make a single berth; navigation table aft to starboard; the galley is opposite to port. There is an aft stateroom with privacy door and hanging locker aft to starboard.
The head has a Raritan electric marine toilet (2008), with 'domestic' sized bowl, which is connected to a holding tank. From there effluent can be pumped-out through a deck-plate or overboard through a mascerator pump. The head has a shower with hot and cold pressure water, seat and vanity with sink and linen storage.
The galley has a two burner Hillerange Stainless Steel two burner LPG stove with oven; microwave oven; ice box with Adler Barbour 12V refrigeration; cooling plate replaced in 2017; Corian counter tops; twin stainless steel sinks and lots of counter and locker space; coffee maker; splash guards for the main cabin upholstery
. The navigation station has a chart table, seat with back support; electrical panels including custom digital battery monitoring displays.
The interior is finished to the high standard of this builder: blond teak bulkheads with dark blue 'ultra leather' upholstery; 'Dry Bunk' underlay under the Vee berth upholstery forward; fitted sheets for the vee berth; custom main cabin mast insulated sleeve; retractable blinds for the ports; custom interior storage provisions; 72 gallon water capacity; hot water is provided by a 110 volt heater and the engine.
ENGINE:2002 Universal 35 HP fresh water cooled diesel inboard engine (heat exchanger). The owner estimates about 1,000 hours on the engine; 25 Gallon fuel capacity; Gori geared three bladed propeller. This prop features an 'overdrive' function for quiet and economical cruising.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: The yacht has both 12Volt and 110 Volt systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine or an automatic battery charger. The 110 volt system is supplied either by shore-power connection, shore cord included, or via a 2,000 watt inverter. The inverter supplies the receptacles when shore-power is disconnected. The yacht has 2 - 4D type deep-discharge batteries supplying the house system and an engine starting battery. There is a circuit breaker panel and custom battery monitoring digital displays in the navigation station. The yacht has a full complement of navigation, cabin, deck and courtesy lights.
SAILS &RIGGING: Aluminum mast boom and 22' Forespar, telescoping, whisker pole (w/ on-mast storage); Lewmar winches: #48 self-tailing primaries; 2 Lewmar secondary winches by the companionway with rope clutches. All halyards and sheets lead aft to the cockpit. There is a Garhauer main sheet traveller on the cabin coachroof; Garhauer adjustable jib sheet cars; Garhauer boom vang; Shaeffer roller furling gear. Inboard ‘chain-plate’ placement makes moving fore and aft easy & safe outside of the shrouds.
Mainsail with 'Dutchman' furling system; #2 genoa re-cut by Michelle Stevens in 2011; Doyle 'UPS' code zero type light air asymmetric spinnaker with Selden single line furler and retractable bow sprit (2013). This sail may be controlled from the cockpit and is effective relatively close to the wind. .
ELECTRONICS: Ritchie compass; Ray Marine speed, depth and wind instruments; Icom #M402 VHF; Garmin GPS; Jensen stereo with speakers in the main cabin and cockpit.
GENERAL: Zodiac 'Zoom' 8'' inflatable dinghy with 'roll-up' slat floor (2017); solar self-bailer; 2.5 HP Yamaha 4 cycle outboard (2007); heavy custom steel CRADLE; Triple axle yard TRAILER (2012) Not highway worthy; dock lines; fenders; TopShop PVC winter cover and frame; Maxwell # 800 electric anchor windless; 15 KG Bruce anchor; spare Danforth anchor; boat hooks; white vinyl (7) cockpit cushions; clock & barometer; kerosene lamp; dishes & cutlery; expandable teak cockpit table; snack tables for the coamings; Magna kettle type SS barbeque with custom BBQ table; engine and equipment manuals.
PARTICULARS AS SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER ARE BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT BUT ARE NOT WARRANTED.
Broker's Comment: I was pleased to be the Buyer's Broker when this boat was purchased by her current owner in 2006. She has been lightly used on fresh water and she has been well maintained since. She features many custom appointments and details that show the care that she has had. Her electronics inventory is light in keeping with her use on the protected Saint John River.
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact the listing broker:
G. Ernest Hamilton
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