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1979 Union Polaris 36

1979 Union Polaris 36

$49,000

Eliot, Maine

Year 1979

Make Union

Model Polaris 36

Category Cruisers

Length 36

Posted 3 Days Ago

According to the seller, this boat is in very good working order. The Yanmar engine was installed in the 2000s and has about 400 hours on it and it runs flawlessly! We encourage all inquiries and questions relating to its present condition, the accuracy of details including but not limited to its location, engine hours, service history, listing status and features. Stock #255996 Robert Perry design, mirrors the Hans Christian, her full complement of sails will last for years. The Yanmar diesel has been entirely reliable! Update 8/22 the seller will make a recent condition and value survey available to qualified buyers. This beauty has new bottom paint and her brightwork was sanded to bare wood, coated with Awlgrip Allwood over this past winter. The Sellers southern sailboat had her brightwork painted with Allwood five years ago in Mexico and the wood looks like new. Allwood is lightyears more UV resistant than varnish!! Sails are in very good condition, including the main, genoa, and spinnaker. The Yanmar 3JH2 engine has just under 400 hours; Sellers southern sailboat has a Yanmar with 4,000 hours so this engine is barely broken in! She is available with her mooring in Eliot, Maine, gateway to the Maine coast, which many regard as the world's best sailing grounds. This boat is a rare find on the Northeast coast, but it suits her well. As an iconic Robert Perry designed double-ender, she handles these waters superbly since she was built for bluewater world cruising. This beauty stands above the competition since she has had an engine upgrade and the teak decks have been removed!! This boat is essentially the same boat as a Hans Christian or a Tayana but built at a different Taiwan shipyard (the Union Shipyard, hence the name Union Polaris). These hulls were built rugged and designed and built to handle any sea. She has a full complement of sails that will last for many years. Her worm-gear steering is bullet proof and when tied to the autopilot or wind vane, this boat can put some miles on without tiring the crew. Her electric windlass is recent and her 300 feet of chain rode will handle most any anchorage. The Trojan batteries are two years old and her electric head is beloved by the seller for its ease of use. She has a woodstove for winter and an air conditioner (hardly used here in New England) for summer. Her solar panels mounted on the arch easily keep the batteries charged. Don't wait too long to arrange a showing on this one. The seller has purchased his new boat and is very motivated. Reason for selling is too many boats.