Canadian Sailcraft CS 36T 1984 $89,000.00 CAD


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$89,000.00 CAD

Boat History

We purchased the boat in 2012 from the original owner, who ordered her new from the CS factory in Ontario in 1984, and kept her in the Great Lakes area until relocating to Vancouver Island in 2002. She was in exceptional original condition when we bought her, and we have maintained that standard. The original gelcoat is in great condition (annual polish and wax since new). Comprehensive maintenance log for boat and mechanical systems kept since new. Operating manuals, boat drawings, receipts, etc. Numerous enhancements and upgrades since 2012 for comfortable, safe and trouble-free extended cruising. Namu is immaculately clean, well-equipped and ready to go sailing.

Dimensions

LOA: 36’6”

LWL: 29’3”

Beam: 11’6”

Draft: 4’11”

Displacement: 15,650 lb

Ballast: External Keel, lead/antimony alloy, 6,650 lb

Engine and Mechanical

The original owner had the Westerbeke W33 engine completely rebuilt 2007 at a cost of more than $15,000, including new pistons and rings, valves ground, new injectors, new engine mounts, new V-Drive coupling, new water lift muffler, new engine bay sound insulation (1440 engine hours at time of rebuild). Engine starts immediately, runs great and does not leak or burn any oil. Engine hours 1950 since rebuild. New raw water pump in 2015. New starter in 2018. In 2020 the engine heat exchanger was removed, cleaned and pressure tested, the engine fresh water cooling system was flushed and recharged, and new engine thermostat and coolant hoses were installed.

Propeller shaft and flange replaced, stuffing box removed and rebuilt, new stuffing box hose and cutless bearing installed (2014)

Autostream S1 17” 3-blade SS feathering propeller (2015), forward and reverse pitch independently adjustable, minimal prop walk forward and reverse. Spare propellers are 17” 3-blade K3 Kiwiprop (2013) and original Gori 2-blade folding prop.

Sails, Rigging and Hardware

Keel-stepped, 2-spreader aluminum mast and boom by Isomat.

Genoa sheet winches: Lewmar 46 Self Tailing two speed

Main halyard winch: Lewmar 30C two speed

Genoa halyard winch: Lewmar 40C two speed

Main sheet winch: Lewmar 16 C Self Tailing

Reef/Spinnaker winch: Lewmar 16 C two speed

Rolly Tasker mainsail with 3 reefs and lazy bag and 135% Genoa to offshore specifications new in 2013.

Original North furling Genoa 110% still in good shape

Original North mainsail and 150% Genoa in fair shape

North Gennaker with Douser.

Harken Mark IV Unit 2 roller furling for genoa new in 2017.

Sail handling hardware replaced with custom SS Garhauer gear in 2014 – new mainsheet blocks, new mainsheet track and traveler, new genoa turning blocks, new adjustable genoa cars. New running rigging.

Dodger and bimini canvas and steering wheel cover from Mastercraft Canvas (2013), zip-in side curtains (original) for complete cockpit enclosure.

Pedestal chain and cable radial steering with rudder stops. Steering chain and cables replaced (2014)

Plumbing and Tanks

Raritan PHII marine manual toilet, bronze vented loops, Jabsco diaphragm holding tank pump, sanitation hose Shields Poly-X (all new in 2014)

Whale Gulper 220 diaphragm shower sump pump (2014)

Pressure water system with 5gpm Johnson WPS variable flow supply pump (2018)

Indel Isotemp Spa 20L hot water tank (new 2020) can be heated from engine heat exchanger while motoring, or from Espar hydronic system while at anchor, or from shore power when at the dock. Entire hydronic system including all heater hoses and cores flushed and recharged in 2020.

Two poly water tanks, 50 US gal each.

Aluminum fuel tank, 42 US gal (professionally cleaned 2011), new fuel tank gauge sender with WEMA reed switch (2015).

Ronco heavy-wall spun poly 16 US gal holding tank with Sealand 3-level tank monitor, deck pump out fitting, dual tank vents and discharge pump (all new in 2014).

Automatic Rule 2000 bilge pump with float switch, plus manual bilge pump operated from cockpit. Whale Gulper 220 diaphragm bilge pump on manual switch (can also be switched to pump out fridge compartment).

Electrical

Beginning in 2013, the boat has been completely rewired to meet or exceed ABYC standards. All new 120V and 12V breaker panels, all 12V and 120V wiring replaced with tinned boat cable, all 120V outlets replaced with GFCI outlets. All interior and exterior (navigation and other) lights replaced with new led fixtures from Marinebeam, all overhead lights red/white switchable. Led red/white adjustable chart table light.

Blue Sea 120 VAC breaker panel with ELCI dual pole main breaker. Blue Sea 12 VDC breaker panel, everything on separate breakers, remote switch/fuse panels for galley, pumps in head area, and instruments

SmartPlug 30A 120V shorepower connection in cockpit with 50’ shorepower cord.

House batteries four x 6-volt GelTech golf cart batts, 360 amp-hour total, start battery AGM group 24, all battery cables tinned 00-gauge boat cable with 275A fuses on all positive battery cables (2013). Boat can remain at anchor with refrigeration, cabin heat and hot water for 4 to 5 days without recharging the house bank.

Xantrex Link 20 battery monitor for house and start batteries.

ProMariner ProNautic 12-40P 110V dockside battery charger for house bank with Xantrex Digital Duo Charge for start battery (2013)

Balmar 612 programmable 3-step smart regulator (2013) with 100 Amp high output alternator.

Newmar GI-30 Galvanic Isolator.

Electronics and Instrumentation

Simrad 3g Radar with NSS8 display, RC42 fast heading sensor and GoFree wireless gateway (2013)

Raymarine ST 60 knotmeter (2014)

Interphase Twinscope forward scanning sonar

Icom IC-M402 VHF Marine transceiver with DSC, Command Mike in cockpit.

Autohelm ST 4000 Wheeldrive Autopilot

Danforth 5” magnetic compass

Kidde carbon monoxide detector with alarm

Xintex Mirage II explosive gas detector with alarm

Pioneer AM/FM Stereo CD player DEH-47 with speakers in main cabin and cockpit

Interior

All new custom cushions and upholstery from Royal City Bedding in 2012 (settees, V-berth, and Q-berth)

Origo 6000 non-pressurized 2-burner alcohol stove with oven (2013). These stoves are extremely reliable and safe, no explosion hazard (we have installed Origo stoves on three successive cruising boats and have always been very pleased with them)

Cabin overhead was refinished and partitioned to allow easy access to underside of deck fittings in 2014

Teak-framed screens for overhead hatches and companionway hatch. Also clear plexiglass hatch boards for companionway

Teak and holly cabin sole removed and refinished – underside with 2 coats of penetrating clear epoxy, upper surface with 7 coats of Varathane floor varnish (2014)

Cabin heating: Sigmar 120 diesel bulkhead heater (installed 2014) gives a very dry heat and keeps cabin cozy at anchor using very little fuel and almost no electricity. Espar Hydronic M-11 D10 W furnace (new in 2018) with programmable controller and 3-zone thermostatically controlled cabin outlets (main cabin, v-berth/head compartment, and cockpit enclosure). Hydronic system can also be used to heat the hot water tank.

Custom teak lockers installed in V-berth to replace original CS “caves.”

Interior hull surfaces from toe rail to waterline insulated from forepeak aft as far as the main bulkhead with marine Armacell closed cell flexible foam insulation (2016).

Nova Kool refrigeration compressor and condenser with smart speed controller (2016). Freezer unit mounted in a custom HDPE food-grade enclosure within a very large and well-insulated icebox compartment. Power consumption is only 25 to 30 amp-hours per day for combined fridge/freezer.

Deck and Equipment

The anchor chain locker has been deepened and isolated from boat interior with overboard drain to expand capacity and make managing the chain easier (2013).

Primary anchor is a 20kg Genuine Bruce with 275’ high-test galvanized anchor chain plus another 100’ of 3-strand nylon rode that can be shackled to the chain if needed. Snubber is Quickline Ultra Chain Grab with 35 feet of ½” 3-strand nylon. Back-up anchor is aluminum 15lb Fortress FX-23 with chain and approx. 300’ of ¾” 3-strand nylon rode. Stern anchor is aluminum 7 lb Fortress FX-11 and approx. 150’ of ½” 3-strand nylon rode

Muir VR1250 electric vertical anchor windlass with foot switches (2002)

Pressure salt water anchor wash Flojet Quad II Diaphragm pump with coiled hose and nozzle in anchor locker

Plastic cabin ports were replaced in 2014 with heavy-duty SS opening ports from New Found Metals

New SS lifelines in 2016

Davis radar reflector at first spreader

Dickinson Sea-B-Que Propane Barbecue

Forespar 300 lb outboard motor lift and stern rail outboard motor mounting bracket, Davis outboard lift harness

Custom cushions for cockpit seats

Dinghy: Highfield Classic 260, 8’6” aluminum RIB with double floor (2012). 8HP Yamaha 2-stroke motor well maintained and with very little use. Dinghy planes easily with 2 people and gear.



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