Type Sailboat
Make / Model Nauticat / 36
Year / Condition 1983 / Used
Length / Width 36' / 10' 10"
Engine Single
Engine Description Ford Lehman 135
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Stock # 112542
Boat Location Oriental, NC google-map
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Pilothouse mortorsailer fully equipped and ready to cruise the world. Full Information by request via emai Svfinlandia@gmail.com or call 304-288-0240.

Finlandia comes fully equipped and ready for a voyage, even including dishes, pots and pans and silverware.
She has an inside and an outside helm with a Raymarine C90W chart plotter at each helm that displays output from the Raymarine color radar, ship targets and information from the Vesper Marine WatchMate Vision AIS and depth from the Raymarine DSM 30 depth sounder as well as wind, speed, and direction and control of the Raymarine autopilot.
She is equipped with two Kyocera model KC85T Solar panels with a Bluesky MPPT solar boost controller, a Kiss wind generator with a diversion controller and a new Promariner 40 amp battery charger to charge the two 120 amp hour 12 V golf cart house batteries and the start battery.
She also has a Standard Horizon model GX1700 VHF and a Standard Horizon GX126S with an emergency antenna as a spare, an Icom handheld VHF, an IC-M802 single side band transceiver with an AT-140 antenna tuner and an ACR Globalfix EPIRB.

Her diesel engine is a Perkins model 4.236 with less than 3,000 hours. She has two 80 gallon fuel tanks which are currently each about half full. Her fuel is filtered three times by Racor filters before it is seen by the engine. Manuals for all systems including the original engine owners and parts manuals are stored in a locker on board.

The engine compartment is protected by a halon automatic fire extinguisher. There are also three Coast Guard approved fire extinguishers on board. She has an 8 foot Zodiac dinghy and a Johnson 2.5 HP motor which hangs off sturdy davits aft, a four-man Avon life raft (old and needs recertified) and a drogue and a para anchor each with 200 foot of 3/4 in. triple braid line.

She has two heads, each with a sink that can also be used as a shower. The forward head flushes into a 50 gallon black water tank and has a Y valve to pump the tank overboard if more than 3 miles offshore. The aft head flushes directly overboard with a lock on the thru hull to keep it from being used on inland waterways.

The galley has lots of storage space. It has a two bowl sink, a two burner propane stove with oven and a nearly new 12/120 volt refrigerator. The stainless steel freshwater tank holds 100 gallons and has a 12 volt pump with an accumulator. There is a separate filtered water tap at the sink.
She comes with a full batten mainsail, a mizzen sail, and a jib and a 130 Genoa for the Profurl roller Furler and a standalone storm jib. She has a nearly new Loftrans Tigress windless with 200 feet of chain and a nearly new Mason Supreme anchor.

To keep you comfortable at anchor, the windows in the aft berth and the aft head open and she has a sliding glass sunroof in the pilot house. There are two hatches in the salon and galley area, a large hatch in the forward berth and there are fans in the forward berth, the pilot house and the aft berth. When plugged in at the marina she has a reverse cycle air conditioner to keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. At anchor is a nearly new Espar diesel heater to keep you cozy on chilly nights.

There is a 12 gallon water heater that works on 120 VAC with shore power and also has a 12 V element which acts as a dump for any excess current from the wind generator. The water heater is also plumbed into the engine cooling system and the water is very hot after a short run of the engine.
There are three orange kapok life vests and two manual inflatable life vests (one with a harness and tether) and a life sling rescue system that also go with the boat. There is a large storage box on the stern.

I can’t think of anything else offhand right now, but suffice to say that she is fully equipped and ready for her next voyage right away. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at area 304-288-0240.
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