Cape Dory
Custom
36' / 10.97m

Charleston , South Carolina , United States
Wind Walker
This boat started life out as a Cape Dory 36. It has been completely rebuilt from the keel up and is now a custom boat that is ready to go around the world. The hull is original, but that's where the original boat ends. Everything has been redone and upgraded to make for a safe and comfortable wor
Cruisers
Sail
Used
Diesel
Fiberglass Hull
HIN/IMO: CPDT0111M84C
Vessel ID# 2787996
$98,500 USD
€90,163 Euros
CA$131,939 CAD
£79,603 GBP
Description

This boat started life out as a Cape Dory 36. It has been completely rebuilt from the keel up and is now a custom boat that is ready to go around the world. The hull is original, but that's where the original boat ends. 

Everything has been redone and upgraded to make for a safe and comfortable world cruiser. 


Data Sheet
LOA 36' (10.97 meters)
Type sail
Year 1984
Beam 10'
LWL 27'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Engines

Engine 1

I D 114730
Engine Make Westerbeke
Engine Model 44A4
Engine Type Inboard
Drive Type Direct
Full Details

Accommodations

  • Large settee converts into double berth in salon to port
  • Single settee sleeps 1 adult to starboard
  • Quarterberth to starboard sleeps one adult
  • V Berth in forward cabin sleeps two adults
  • Numerous lockers and drawers throughout the boat for storage
  • 12000 BTU Mermaid reverse cycle heat and air
  • Single head - Blakes Taylor Lavac - and shower to port between salon and V berth
  • 12 volt fans strategically located

Galley

  • Isotherm refrigeration
  • Hot and cold pressurized water
  • Force 10 3 burner gimbaled stove/oven
  • Twin SS sinks
  • Locker storage for utensils, silverware and cookware
  • Top-loading fridge/freezer
  • Isotherm 12 volt refrigeration pump

Electronics

  • Standard Horizon VHF with DSC
  • Simrad wind, speed and depth
  • Simrad AP21 autopilot with remote
  • Simrad CP33 color GPS chartplotter
  • Link 10 battery monitor
  • True Charge 40 battery charger monitor

Electrical

  • A/C and DC systems
  • 30 Amp 125 volt A/C fed to boat via umbilical cord
  • Guest 2450 P galvanic isolator
  • 1000 watt Prosine Inverter
  • 4 X GRP 31 AGM house batteries
  • 1 X 1400 engine start battery
  • Link 10 monitor
  • True Charge 40 battery monitor
  • Katadyne power survivor 40E watermaker

Deck

  • Aft cockpit Carl Alberg design
  • Cockpit shower
  • Canvas covers for teak handrails, bowsprit, toerail and cockpit
  • 2 X Harken 46 ST Primaries
  • 1 X Harken ST Jib with spinlock clutch
  • 1 X Harken 32 ST Halyard main with 3 Spinlock clutches
  • 2 X Harken ST halyard mast mounted
  • Lofrans vertical 5/16 12 v windlass
  • 20 lbs aluminum Spade anchor w/40 ft 5/16 chain and 200 ft 9/16 rode

Sails and Riggings

  • North fully battened main
  • Yankee 110% 
  • North staysail
  • Hood multipurpose sail
  • Selden mast
  • In-boom furling
  • Profurl roller furling 

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 US

For more information about this vessel, please contact Glen Appelbaum.
We look forward to working with you!

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Glen Appelbaum

South Carolina Yacht Broker
Harborage at Ashley Marina
33 Lockwood Drive
Charleston South Carolina 29401 United States
Cell: 1-843-813-3711

Glen hails from South Africa, where he worked at Merrill Lynch in Johannesburg. Having always been interested in boating, he took a 5-week sailing course in 1995 and did a 600-mile round-trip race, and in 1996, he bought a boat in Cape Town and sailed across the Atlantic to the Caribbean. After cruising for a couple of years between the islands and the Chesapeake, he made Charleston, SC his home. He has been completely immersed in everything marine, from living on his boat, to doing charters, deliveries, towing with TowBoatU.S., racing a J-125, Beneteau 47.7 First, and currently an X-p 44, and working as a broker at a sailboat dealer and then his own brokerage, since 2000. Glen’s focus is his client. His goal is to make his client as happy with their experience on the water as Glen has been with his.