POLLY B is a well built and capable blue water cruiser. She has been well cared for and enjoyed an extensive refit in 2015 at the Cape George yard in Port Townsend, WA.
Cape George Yachts, founded by New Zealander Cecil Lange in 1974, is known for building hand crafted classics, timeless, bullet proof, and beautiful blue water boats. This is a William Atkins design, dating from the 1930s, that was modified and adapted to fiberglass by Ed Monk.
The Cape George 36 Cutter is a sought-after model for its traditional lines, high bulwarks, broad decks, spacious cockpit and wineglass transom. The design is a classic long keel and short overhang, resulting in a relatively long water line. You have a boat with relatively high average speeds, yet very sea-kindly motion and supremely strong construction. The perfect blue water combination and a wonderful blend of classic and modern.
The warm interior is constructed of teak, cedar and mahogany and features a comfortable salon, spacious galley and a large settee which all function well at sea. She can easily accommodate 6 hungry crew. Forward is the master stateroom with double berth and ample storage and a head. Rarely is a Cape George 36 available in this price range. Opportunity awaits!
Forward Cabin with V-Berth and Storage
The Main Salon features a dining table, large comfortable settee, with a bench seat opposite. Plenty of storage space and a cabin heater.
Nav Station with Quarter Berth
Head with C-Head Composting Toilet
Galley has plenty of storage space and includes stainless steel sink w/pressurized water, and Force 10 oven with 2 burner range.
Standard Horizon VHF with AIS
B&G 4G Broadband Radar
Raymarine ST2000 Tiller Pilot
B&G Triton Speed, Depth, Wind
B&G Zeus-2 12" Multi-function display
Sails and Rigging
100 % Genoa headsail
Fore-staysail hank on
Battened mainsail with 2 reefs
Spinnaker with sock
All new standing rigging in 2015
Replaced chainplates 2015
Douglas fir bowsprit
Fuel: 1 Aluminum Tank 35 gallon and 1 FRP Tank 35 gallon
Water: 2 - potable water FRP Tanks, estimated 80-gallon total capacity
Holding: 1 - Plastic Tank 12-gallon capacity
Engine: Isuzu C240 with 3034 Hours
Gear: Hurth Transmission HBWS 220
48 CST Ocean Series two-speed self-tailing winches 2015
Lewmar H3 electric anchor windlass 2015
Battery charger and Inverter
2 House and 1 Engine AGM batteries New 2021
12VDC and 110 VDC outlets in cabin
New 2022 Winter Cover
3 dry chemical fire extinguishers, one large CO2 extinguishers
Carbon monoxide and Smoke Detector
45 lb CQR anchor w/240 ft. of galvanized 3/8 chain
45 lb CQR spare anchor, chain with/rode
Fortress FX-23 stern anchor w/ 250 feet of 5/8th rode
Many engine spares
Rail mounted BBQ
Woodstove: Shipmate "Skippy" Stove 2015
Custom Cockpit Cushions 2015
Rebuilt rudder and tiller 2015
All new port lights 2015
LED lights throughout 2015
Rebuilt icebox 2015
New electrical panel and all new wiring 2015
|LOA||42' (12.65 meters)|
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
For more information about this vessel, please contact Kris Grimnes.
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Like most of us at East Coast Yacht Sales, Kristofer has a passion for sailing and the ocean. He spent time as a kid sailing dinghies and cruising the coast of Maine with his family. Kristofer was born in Norway, his father’s home country, but moved to Maine at a young age, where his mother is from. Growing up in Brunswick Maine, he spent his summers working at various yacht clubs, boat yards and marinas and spent winters ski racing for Carrabassett Valley Academy.
After graduating from Colorado College in 2000, Kris went to work for Hinckley Yachts. Soon after, Kris restored a 1973 Pearson 36 and sailed down to the Caribbean where he lived aboard and worked in the marina and charter boat industry.
Upon returning to Maine, Kris earned an MBA degree and worked for Harbor Technologies, a startup company in the marine composites industry, while also teaching composite boat building courses at the Maine Advanced Technology Center. In 2012 he had the opportunity to buy Buck’s Harbor Marine, a small marina and charter boat business in Brooksville, Maine, which he owned and operated for several years.
In 2021 Kris moved from Blue Hill to Yarmouth, along with his wife and their three children, to join the East Coast Yacht Sales team. He is enthusiastic about all kinds of boats and enjoys helping clients find their perfect boat.