1983 Canadian Sailcraft 36 Traditional

Windsor, ON, CA

About

The CS 36 Traditional ( T ) is one of CS yachts most popular models. Within a month of it's introduction in 1978 over 60 were sold and between 1978 and 1987 400 CS 36 Traditional models were built.

This boat has been fresh water sailed its entire life except for an 8 month adventure, sailing down the east coast of the USA and back to Lake Erie and Lake St Clair.

The CS 36 has a solid reputation as a racer/cruiser that sails well and this shoal draft model is perfect for cruising as well.

It`s very comfortable below, with a well thought out interior for extended cruising and a roomy cockpit when underway.

Since 2021 she has enjoyed over $22,973 in upgrades.

Summer 2021 Refit - New

Lift Pump - $440

Fuel Gauge and Sending Unit - Moeller - $67

Rebuilt V-Drive transmission (2021), Cutlass Bearing, Packing, Prop Shaft Straightened $5545

Bilge Pump, Bilge Switch - Rule $235

Fresh Water Pump- Jabsco 31295 - $165

Shower Sump - Gulper 220 - $175

Toilet - Jabsco Manual 29090-3000, All new Sanitary Hoses, Fittings - $450

4 - 110 W Flexible Solar Panels with Victron MPPT - $1073

Blue Sea Electrical Panel - $1223

Smart plug Shore Power Inlet - $200

Hot Water Thermostat and Element - $148

Digital Yacht AIS - $850

Raymarine Axiom 7+ Chartplotter $985

Rewired Mast including VHF cable, Windex light $250

Radar reflector $48

Most Lighting replaced with LED bulbs, V- Berth and Head Lighting replaced - $150

Smoke & CO detectors $50

Fire Extinguishers $80

Flares $190

Headliners in closets and V-Berth replaced, Cushions (foam and upholstery) in Salon and V-Berth $2500

Motor Mount

2 Screens for Hatches

2022 - New

Keel Bolts Torqued

Kitchen Sink Faucet

Some running rigging replaced

4 Fenders

4 Dock Lines

Galvanic Isolator - Promariner

Victron Energy ArgoFet Battery Isolator 200-2AC - $162

2 Interstate Group 24 Batteries - $377

1 Interstate Group 27 Starter Battery - $221

Battery Cables

Victron Charger - $294

2 Cockpit Cushions

Teak cabinet for additional electrical breakers

Mast boot

Hull Compounded and Waxed

VC -17 Antifoul

Spare alternator - $266 and filters included.

We will have a current survey available by mid April at the latest.

Specifications

  • Length: 36ft
  • Beam: 11' 6"
  • Draft: 4' 11"
  • Year: 1983
  • Displacement: 15500 lbs
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Keel: Fin Keel

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 36.5 ft
  • Length Waterline: 29.25 ft
  • Max Draft: 4' 11"
  • Displacement: 15500 lb
  • Ballast Weight Measure: 6650 lb
  • Beam Measure: 11' 6"

ENGINE(S)

Accommodations

  • Number of heads: 1

ACCOMMODATIONS

The galley is immediately to port when you go below.

The countertops are durable and quite functional.

There is a single sink, a three-burner stove and oven and a decent-size icebox/refrigerator.

There are large fiddles which nice to have when working while under way.

There is also a dedicated trash bin and outboard lockers for food stowage.

The foul weather locker next to the companionway can also be accessed from the cockpit locker-a feature rarely found on a small boat.

The nav station is opposite the galley and includes a good-size chart table with shelves above. The electrical panel is outboard and there are three drawers below. The head of the large quarter berth doubles as the nav station seat and some previous owners have added custom cushions to serve as seat backs.

The saloon features an L-shaped settee to starboard that converts to a double berth, and with the straight settee opposite makes a good sea berth with the addition of a lee cloth. Two table arrangements were available-a fixed centerline table or bulkhead-mounted foldaway version. There is decent storage in lockers and shelves above and behind the settees, although the water tanks occupy the space beneath the settees.

The head, which is a one piece molded unit, is to starboard as we move forward.
The molded counter incorporates a sink and plentiful storage areas
A teak grate, on the sole, covers the shower sump.
The manual Jabsco marine toilet and all new hoses were recently installed.

The forward cabin includes a generous double V-berth with plenty of drawers and lockers underneath.

GALLEY

Generous counter space and storage in this U-shaped Galley

Conveniently located SS Sink

Stove -Propane – 3 burner with oven

Fridge / Freezer -12 Volt DC

Generous counter space and storage in this U-shaped Galley

HEAD

The head, which is a one piece molded unit, is to starboard as we move forward.
The molded counter incorporates a sink and plentiful storage areas
A teak grate, on the sole, covers the shower sump.

The manual Jabsco marine toilet and all new hoses were recently installed.

NAVIGATION

Electronics

  • Wind Speed
  • Depth Sounder
  • VHF Radio
  • Chart Plotter – Raymarine Axiom 7+
  • Autopilot Raymarine below decks. Raymarine type 150/400 with a hydraulic linear drive. ST 6001 control head
  • Digital Yacht ais 5000 Class B

Compass

  • Binnacle mount C55 5″ Constellation compass

Windex

MECHANICAL

Engine – Westerbeke 42B Four – 42 HP
– 1580 hours
– V-drive transmission
– Closed cooling
– Controls at the helm

Steering – Wheel steering with mechanical system

Propeller – 2 Blade – fixed

Diesel Tank – 1 aluminum
– 45 gal capacity

ELECTRICAL

110 Volt System

  • Shorepower System
  • Shorepower cable
  • Several receptacles throughout the boat
  • Battery Charger – Victron IP 22

12 Volt System

Batteries – House – 2 Interstate Deep Cycle Group 24
– new in 2022

– Starting – 1 Interstate
– New IN 2021

Alternator – 50 amp capacity

Solar Panels – 4 flexible panels rated at 110 watts each

– Victron MPPT Controller

RIG and SAILS

Mast and Boom

  • Original aluminum extrusion

Standing rigging

  • SS wire
  • boom vang – manual
  • Standard main reefing
  • Main has lazy jacks
  • Roller Furling for genoa

Sail handling

  • main sheets – Lewmar 43
  • Genoa Sheets – Lewmar 43
  • Spinnaker gear equipped

Sails

  • Main – 2008 North Sails – full battens – Dacron, average condition
  • Genoa – 2008 North Sails – 130 – tired and needs repairs
  • Spinnaker – 2010 Nylon Asymmetrical – with sock. not used by current owner

HULL AND DECK

The hull and decks are gelcoat finished Fiberglass with no wood to maintain

SS Bow pulpit and Stern rail with double SS life lines with gates – port and starboard

SS boarding ladder at the stern

CLIMATE CONTROL

Opening Ports – 8 – all with screens

Hatches – 2 – screens for both

Dorades – 1

POTABLE WATER

Water Tanks

  • Two 35 gal plastic tanks

Water Heater

  • 110 V Electric and Engine

Hot and Cold Water at the galley sink, the head sink and the head shower

Pressure Water throughout

BLACK WATER / SANITARY SYSTEM

Holding Tank

  • 38 gal plastic tank

Marine Toilet

  • Manual

CANVAS and COCKPIT CUSIONS

Dodger – Repaired in 2021 – burgundy

Bimini – Repurposed in 2021 to facilitate solar panels

Main Sail Cover – repaired in 2021

Cockpit Cushions – New in 2021

LAND STORAGE

Fixed Steel Cradle

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The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Canadian Sailcraft 36 Traditional 36ft

CAD$ 49,900

Windsor, ON, CA

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