Canadian Sailcraft Cs 36 boats for sale
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The overall condition of the CS 36 is good. The hull and deck looked good with no soft spots detected on the deck. The interior upholstery was found to be in good condition with NO rips or tears. The interior floor decking was found to be in good condition. The main sail was inspected and found to be clean and in good condition. The jib was not attached due to a halyard issue, said to be serviceable but may need replacement soon. The gennaker is clean and in good condition. Engine runs strong, slight trans leak. Stock #231389 1981 Canadian Sailcraft CS 36T! Powered by a Westerbeke Diesel Engine and Ready to Hit the Water Just in Time for Summer! The 1981 CS 36 is a traditionally designed boat with pleasant lines and pleasant proportions. The boat has sleeping accommodations for up to 5, a galley, and a spacious cockpit for day cruising. The cockpit's large with plenty of bench seating with storage below opening hatches port and starboard. There is a cockpit table that can be folded and stowed. A Garmin GPSMAP 210 and a Raymarine Pathfinder SL70 are mounted at the helm. An Autohelm 5000 is also installed with hydraulic articulation. There are controls for the auto pilot in the cockpit and at the NAV station. The cockpit has a dodger, Bimini, and full side/aft Isinglass to completely cover the cockpit with screens. Below decks, you'll find a forward stateroom with a V-berth with a fill cushion for two. There is storage below the cushions with additional hanging locker storage. A deck hatch with a screen can be opened to provide ventilation. The enclosed head features a sink with vanity, a manual flush toilet, and storage cabinets. In the salon on the port and starboard side are a pair of settees. Each settee can be converted into a berth with storage below the seat cushion. A Nav station with an opening desk top is located to starboard. There is also the electric panel, battery switches and map reading light. Behind the Nav station is a single mid-berth bunk for one. The galley, located to the port, contains an icebox, gimballed stove/oven, sink, microwave, and cabinet and drawer storage. A stern swim ladder with an extension past the waterline makes it easier to climb back aboard after being in the water.
1981 Canadian Sailcraft CS36T The CS 36 is an exciting, high quality, versatile yacht, designed by Raymond Wall and built by Canadian Sailcraft. This well-outfitted vessel is a fast and comfortable cruiser, ideal for the Great Lakes. Rhumb Line easily sleeps six passengers on new interior upholstery. The cutter rig and new 130% genoa foresail provide sail options for all kinds of weather. The CS 36 in every specification shows quality of construction and great handling characteristics. This boat meets the requirements of the sailor who is well-seasoned in coastal and offshore cruising as well as club and local racing. At the same time, she's designed to be easily handled by a husband and wife crew. Below decks the CS 36 is warm, rich and comfortable - a luxurious blending of form and function. There is plenty of storage space, including a hanging and oil skin locker, with fully fitted U-shaped galley and molded toilet area with fitted shower. Port lights and hatches provide plenty of natural light and ventilation. There is a full size chart table for the captain or navigator. Rhumb Line is a deep fin keel CS 36, from the coast of Oregon, but has been on the Great Lakes for several years. She will need some regular maintenance before setting out on her next adventure.