Power BoatsWashingtonCatalinaCatalina 36 Tall Rig
There are five batteries - one 12 volt start and four 6-volt house. The start battery was new in 2017.
The Inverter/Charger is a Xantrex Link 1000with a LINK 2000 Battery Monitor with echo charger.
-Cabin heat is supplied by a Webasto diesel unit. Sloop rigged Catalina Yachts Aluminium spars (2001) with stainless steel standing rigging (2001) Main has a Dutchman Flaking system .
-An extra track is built in for the 95% blade.
-There are adjustable Garhauer genoa sheet systems. 12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, shore power Catalina Yachts has been building boats for over 30 years. The Catalina 36 has been one of their most popular models.
All boats are hand-laid-up fiberglass with bolt on keels. Their bonded hull to deck joints are also mechanically connected.
The large cockpit and wide body provide a very comfortable boat to sail. Frank Butler, the builder and designer, was the first to build a production boat with the open transom and large easy-to-enter companionway hatches. The wide body allowed more livable space below and wide, easy to walk side decks.
A 36' sailboat with two private cabins got the public's attention. Mid range pricing and high quality standard equipment added to their large acceptance.
Frank's boats sail well, hang together in heavy weather, and hold up over time. This boat has been well taken care of and shows well.
Waterline Boats / Boatshed does not independently verify dimensions and capacities, which are reported from seller-provided information and/or literature. Entering the boat is easy. Both side decks have opening gates and the drop down swim ladder provides easy access through the transom. The cockpit has a lot of storage and plenty of room to enter the cabin or move forward onto the side decks. Another strong point of this boat is the folding steering wheel which makes getting past the helm easy.
Going below you find the galley to port and entrance to the guest aft stateroom to starboard. The galley has a two burner propane stove with oven. The microwave is built in. A double sink and lots of storage make the galley easy to use. Refrigerator includes a large Freezer.
The engine is located under the companionway ladder with a larger, easy-to-remove-and-replace teak cover.
The main saloon has an L-shaped dinette with a bulkhead-mounted table that can be stored vertically to provide an over-sized seating area or can seat six for dinner. The dinette also converts to a double berth. Opposite the dinette is a two person seating area with table. It also converts to a single berth.
Just forward of the door to the aft stateroom is the Nav. station . It has a swing-out chair and a larger storage compartment under the desk top. The main electrical panel is also located here as well as some electronics.
Moving forward, the head and shower is to port and storage cabinets to starboard. The head has a seat in the shower and a good sized vanity. Moving into the master stateroom you find a V-Berth with a removable filler. Also lots of drawers and lockers.
Going aft through the saloon the guest stateroom provides an oversized berth plus a hanging locker and drawers. As we know there is no privacy on a boat, but distance helps. Having two staterooms at either end of the boat makes a boat larger for when guests are aboard. 2 burner gas cooker Electronics at Helm Station - Raytheon Knot Meter ST60 Digital -- Raytheon ST60- wind speed and direction - Raytheon ST4000 Auto Pilot - Raytheon RL 70C Radar w/LCD display and MARPA - Raytheon ST60 digital Depth Sounder - Standard VHF remote -
Additional GARMIN Chart plotter -New 2013
- Standard VHF at Nav. station.
- Stereo was new in 2017 and includes CD player, AM/FM radio w/ remote and Bose speakers with Bluetooth connection .
- A 20 inch Flat Panel TV with DVD player built in. 2 halyard winches
2 sheet winches
Electric Maxwell 800 windlass
(Bruce 15 KG )
40'0" of chain
200'0" of warp
Zodiac dinghy (unknown year)
2nd anchor - Danforth 13S with rode
- A Garhauer Mast with motor davit and Radar antenna is installed at starboard aft rail.
- A Teak Concepts cockpit table is attached to cockpit pedistal guard. The entire helm station has a fixed canvas cover. 2 bilge pumps (1 manual / 1 Electric) A pair of 50' Lock lines are included....Read full description