Islander 36 Sloop Boats for sale
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North Vancouver District, British Columbia
Seller states that all systems and mechanics function as expected and that there are no known issues on the boat. Seller states that the Yanmar 3HMF was installed 2015. Waiting on records of repower. Please make an inquiry, call or text for more information, to schedule a showing or make an offer contingent on inspections! Stock #172609 Live your adventure today in this beautifully maintained ISLANDER, get it while it lasts. If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1976 Islander 36 Sloop, priced right at $33,400 (offers encouraged). This vessel is located in North Vancouver, British Columbia and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Yanmar engine that has only 200 hours. Reason for selling is new family and no time to use..
1983 Islander I-36 Sloop This 1983 Islander 36 has been owned by the current owner since 1989.The boat is located in Westerly, RI.The Yanmar motor has always been serviced with new oil and filters twice every season since new.There is a four year old riser and new impeller last year.New diesel fuel lines from tank to high-pressure pump, complete primary and secondary filter assemblies, and primary fuel pump were installed in 2012The Main Jib and Genny were all custom made by Farrar Sails from New London CT over the past 10-years.The Boat had New upholstery and foam in the main cabin and V birth in 2009.The four main cabin large windows were all replaced in 2008.GNG Helle stove.Hot and Cold pressure water.RefrigerationGarmin 741 color GPS / ChartplotterRaymarine EVO autopilotWind, speed, depth gaugesStereo with inside & outside speakersHaylon systemVHF with remote mic
1977 Islander I36 fresh bottom ppg abc3 ablative paint three coatsmarpro mar protect epoxy barrier coat 6 coatslead keelnew two part epoxy on top sides Amercoat 450hfour 6 volt golf cart batteries house bankPur powersurvivor 40e water maker, needs a little work it was not pickled. I have all of the paperwork and design plans that came with the boat. pronautic battery chargergalvanic isolater14" three blade prop 14/10dripless prop shaft new bellow and o ringsatomic 4 gas enginerebuilt carburetorrebuilt fuel pumpvalve adjustmentfull tune upsails are in good condition 130% jib on roller furler, new sail covermain sail 1 reef pointspinnakernew halyards and sheetspulled mast checked mast steprewired mastInstalled spreader lights lednew led navigation lightsrefrigerator/freezer. fridge 3 cubic feet, freezer 2 cubic feet. rebuilt inside of box added more up to date insulation.new bilge pump and float switchcentral ac/heat6 stainless port holes with screensrebuilt marine head, new through hull valve, and y valveforce 10 3 burner stove with oven and broiler.outside cooking gas grill mounted on the stern2 marine gas cylinders mounted in a box with safety cut off switchfishing pole rod holders mounted on sternray marine auto helmfortress storm anchor2 smaller Danforth anchors1 fisherman anchorplenty of anchor rope and chain2 lewmar 48 wenches2 arch 30 wenchehbarlow 16 wench for main sheet Alluminum Toe rail could use to be reseated. It's easy access to bolts to remove it. Previous owner installed a new bulk head on the starboard side where forward chainplate is attached. The bulkhead was cut about 2" short of hull; he added a filler material to make up for the difference. It is strong, and only visible from inside the cabinet. Deck is clean but could use a coat of paint, or not. There is crazing on the deck. The Amercoat 450h I put on the topsides covered all the crazing. Nothing memtioned above will effect how the boat sails, she is ready to go. She's an older boat, so you can expect some maintnance. She sails like a dream. I36 has been circumnavigated, so it will take you where you want to go. my boat is pretty much ready, it could use some solar panels; but I've finished all of the work that needs to be done out of the water. she's a great live aboard, and capable sailor. fiberglass floor in the interior, which I love because you can just wash her down and no wood to deal with. The boat has minimal teak, or wood which equals less bright work. I inherited a boat from my dad when he passed away. I've been working on boats for a few years now, with dreams of sailing around surfing. One thing I didn't take into consideration; I'm finally almost ready to go,
1972 Islander M4-30 The Islander 36 is a great design by Alan Gurney. Scenario sails like a dream and was recognized as one of the top ten cruising boats of all time by "Cruising World". The interior is rich and comfortable with teak and oak woodwork. There is a double berth forward with enclosed head between the forward cabin and main salon. There are two settees across from each other. One is a double. Aft to port is a quarter berth, so sleeping is for 6. Headroom is plenty. The salon table uniquely folds away out of sight when not in use but opens to a large eating surface area accessible from each settee. One half can drop down so that the table is partially up, so you can more easily walk forward to the head or forward cabin. Look no further! Scenario is one of the best cruising boats of this era. Sail her away today!
A boat not only luxurious for living-aboard, but also capable in design and construction for Island cruising or sunset sails. The very popular Islander Freeport Plan "B" is an outstanding auxiliary sloop design by renowned Naval Architect, Robert Perry. The Islander Freeport 36 is incredibly spacious, well lit & well-ventilated below. She can be your long-distance cruiser or exceptional live-aboard featuring: Skylights with opening hatches, excellent storage space, wheel steering on pedestal, folding teak cockpit table, dual-course lifelines, bow & stern pulpits, self-tailing winches, large modified fin keel w/ Skeg-hung rudder for stability in a seaway & nimbleness in tight quarters, roomy cockpit with walk-through "scoop" transom door & swim step, Pilothouse-type galley/salon, convertible settee/ship's table, port mid-ship queen-sized private pullman-type stateroom, good-sized enclosed marine head in forepeak with shower & shower seating, U-Shaped Galley, dedicated nav station, overhead opening hatches, teak hardwood interior, bright interior cabin! She is a sweet sailing yacht. Very generous accommodations to rival most 40-footers. A great boat that can provide many years of great fun both cruising or comfortably living aboard. - LightHouse Stainless electric anchor wench. - Folding Prop - Central A/C with heating - New Bomon Aluminum frame 3/8" tinted safetyglass windows. - Stainless portals with 3/8" tinted safetyglass windows - 50hp Perkins Diesle - Stainless boom vang - Spinnaker with boom - Staysail rigged with staysail
Charleston, South Carolina
Category Sloop Sailboats
Posted Over 1 Month
1982 Islander Yachts Freeport 36 “CURRENT PRICE” IS A GUIDE. ALL OFFERS RESPECTFULLY CONSIDERED. General Description The Islander Freeport 36 is one of Robert Perry's best designs, making Silver Heels a joy to sail in light winds or in heavy blue water!Actual Condition It is reported this Islander F 36 was knocked off its stand during high winds. It fell to its port side and suffered impact damage, de-tabbing, and shifts to the interior wood work. She has been righted, and is back on stands. The rig has been taken down and is in storage near the boat. *Available for viewing and should be inspected prior to bidding!EquipmentA trailer is not included in this sale. Engines Please read Motors and Machinery Disclaimer. Motors and Machinery DisclaimerNo statement of condition can be made regarding motors, engines or machinery, whatsoever. A photo may appear of the engine compartment and machinery, but it is entirely the buyers responsibility to inspect and determine their actual condition. * On occasion we receive unverified information regarding mechanical condition. LAM
Gig Harbor, Washington
1973 Morgan Out Island 36 Full Keel, Center Cockpit Cruising!!! METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED 1973 MORGAN Out Island 36' Sangha. This boat was the original 36' "Out Islander" designed by Charlie Morgan in the early 70's. It is a center cockpit cruiser that draws under 4 feet and can take you places many sailboats would not dare to go. She has a large diesel engine, full complement of sails, updated navigation, this boat can handle any type of sea's. The center cockpit design means that you will have a separate living space from company - and everybody has their own head! Sangha has been extremely well maintained and is ready to take off on her next journey. This boat must be seen to be appreciated! Restoration of electrical, plumbing, engine and sails on-going for 9 years! Bottom Paint - 2013 Zincs replaced - every 3-4 months Regular oil & transmission service Sails - Cruise Equipped: Main Jib (Roller furling) Cruising Spinnaker (A-Symetrical Drifter) Genoa 3 Winches Whisker Pole