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Price: $64,900
Brand: Cape Dory
Type: Sailboat
Year: 1984
Length: 36 ft.
Name: Salud
Location: Sodus Point, NY

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SPECIFICATION LIST FOR 36 Cape Dory 36 Cutter “Salud” 1984

The Cape Dory 36 was designed from the keel up by Carl Alberg to provide the maximum combination of comfort and performance in a yacht of this size. The standard 36 is Cutter rigged, and is powered by a 4-cylinder diesel auxiliary. She has 6 berths, carries 132 gals. of water, 43 gals. of diesel fuel, and is a true blue water cruiser. Despite the emphasis on ocean cruising capabilities assuring her ability to stand up in a blow, beat to windward or track effortlessly on long downwind runs, the Cape Dory 36 is not intended solely as a single purpose, long distance, passage making yacht.

While powerfully built and heavily rigged for off shore work, she was designed to be equally well suited for the gentle breezes of an afternoon sail or a weekend cruise. The cutter rig with ample sheet and halyard winches, jiffy reefing gear and self-tending, boomed staysail, make her easy to sail single or short handed. Husband and wife crews will particularly appreciate the double headsail rig which offers a variety of sail changing and shortening options.

“Salud” is stored inside for the winter at Katlynn Marine in Sodus Point, NY. Contact Mike for additional comments regarding this traditional cutter offering.

LOA: 36
LWL:27’
BEAM:10’8”
DISPL:16100 lbs.
BALLAST:6050 lbs.
DRAFT:5’
BRIDGE CLEARANCE: 46’5”
FUEL CAP:54 gal.
WATER CAP:95 gal.
WASTE CAP:35 gal.

ENGINE: PERKINS 4-108 Diesel 47 hp. 1688 hours; 3 blade Maxprop

INTERIOR:
6’4” Headroom
Owner’s cabin forward with V-Berth, hanging locker, drawers for storage
Enclosed head to port with vanity/sink and shower
L-shaped convertible dinette with bulkhead mounted teak table on port
Setee-berth to starboard [opens to double] with shelves outboard
Galley on port side next to companionway
Adler Barbour refrigeration/freezer
3 burner Hillerange propane stove w/oven
Double S/S sink w/hot/cold pressure water
Varnished teak cabinetry; ample counterspace and storage
Forward facing, sit=down nave station to starboard
Brass clock and barometer on bulkhead by nav station
Quarter berth, farthest aft to starboard
Teak & Holly Cabin Sole
Screen for ports, hatches and companionway

DECK & RIGGING:
35 lb. & 25 lb. CQR Anchors on teak bowsprit with chain/nylon rodes
Bow & Stern Pulpits
Double lifelines
Cockpit Dodger-
Green
California style Bimini
White Hull with light brown non-skid
Teak toe and rub rails
2 Brass Dorades
Cutter Rig with roller furling and self -tacking staysail
Full Keel
Skeg Rudder
Wheel Steering
Swim Ladder
Lewmar 43 ST 2 speed primary winches
Lewmar 30St 2 speed mainsheet winch
Lewmar 16 2 speed staysail winch
Keel Stepped Mast
3 Halyards
Spinnaker Gear & Pole
Cabin top traveler
Lazy jacks mainsail furling system

ELECTRONICS:
Auto Pilot
Depth sounder
Knot meter
ICON M25D VHF Radio
Ritchie Globemaster Compass
Stereo
Prosine 2.0 Charger/Inverter with digital readout
4 House Batteries, 1 starter battery
2 battery chargers

SAILS:
Main 2001
Green Sail cover
Genoa 120 2001
Staysail 2001
Spinnaker
Genoa 120 original

EXTRAS:
Steel Cradle
Extra prop
Safety Equipment

Contact Mike Foley, 585-748-7006, mikef@rcryachts.com

Disclaimer
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.


Contact your RCR Broker for more details

Mike Foley - Sales & Brokerage

Sodus Point, NY

Email: mikef@rcryachts.com

Phone: 585-748-7006

As an educator Mike Foley taught high school technology and served as the district IT Director for the Honeoye Central School District located in the Finger Lakes. Mike retired from teaching and continued to grow his large format printing and graphic design business. Always involved with boats and boatbuilding, Mike has long been associated with boat owners and marinas in the Sodus Bay area. A former wooden boat owner Mike was bitten by the racing bug in 1992, purchased a J/30 from RCR and campaigned the boat for 12 years.

A member of the Sodus Bay Yacht Club, Mike has served on many regatta committees and held several officer and director positions. Mike’s relationship with the Lake Yacht Racing Association (LYRA) has spanned many years, including serving as President from 2004-06. Race administration and regatta organization have consumed much of his time for the past 26 years on Lake Ontario. Involvement with youth sailing led Mike to become President of Central New York Sailing Association (CNYSA) where he continues to chair the annual “Centrals on Sodus” open regatta for juniors and adults. As a strong proponent of youth sailing and education Mike has served as President of the Sodus Bay Junior Sailing Assn. (SBJSA) for several years and is now the Director of Fleet. Under his direction SBJSA has evolved from a summer sailing youth program to a US Sailing Accredited Community Boating Center, serving all ages.

Mike is a US Sailing Level 1 instructor as well as a certified Club Race Officer. He is often found at area regattas with his center console boat serving as mark-set officer. Mike and his wife Jan have remodeled the family cottage in Sodus Point and are making it their home. Feel free to reach out to Mike when visiting Great Sodus Bay.