The CS 36 Traditional is a well-built boat with a reputation for excellent sailing performance. Her accommodations are spacious and attractive. CS 36's are considered offshore-capable, and many have cruised far from home.
AMASELE has had good ownership, her current owners having updated her thoughtfully over the 20 years they have owned her. Notable improvements are a larger 37 horsepower diesel engine that replaced the original 30 hp diesel. A clever custom cockpit arch with attached swim platform serves many functions. A newer Garmin 4210 radar/GPS plotter mounted at the helm greatly simplifies navigation.
The owners' decision to sell AMASELE was a difficult one. She has been an important and loved part of the family, but it's time now that she find a new home. She has been hauled for the winter. Come inspect her before her custom cover gets installed.
For further information, please contact John L. Procter, CPYB:
Cell phone: 617-694-8455
Sleeps six. V berth with filler forward, enclosed head (Raritan toilet new in 2013) with vanity and shower next aft to starboard, cedar-lined hanging locker opposite to port. Main cabin with teak bulkhead-mounted table with leaf, settee to port, L-shaped settee to starboard that folds out to form double berth. Nav station and quarterberth aft to starboard, U-shaped galley opposite to port. Micro-Air Corp reverse-cycle air-conditioning/heating system. 12 volt fans (2013), overhead LED's (2013).
U-shaped galley features Hillerange three-burner propane stove, Sea Frost coldplate engine-driven refrigerated icebox, stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water system.
12 volt DC and 110 volt AC dockside systems. 12 volt system includes four 12 volt marine batteries, all new in 2013, Xantrex energy monitoring system, and breaker panel. 110 volt system includes shore power cord and breaker panel.
Garmin GPSmap radar/GPS plotter (2013) with radar antenna mounted on arch, Garmin 182C chartplotter at nav station, Autohelm 4000 autopilot, VHF radio transceiver (2013), Datamarine knotmeter/log, depthsounder, and apparent windspeed/direction indicator, Danforth 6" Constellation pedestal-mounted compass.
Shoal draft keel with 4' 11" draft. Dual bow anchor rollers, Maxwell RC electric windlass (2013), double lifelines (2013), aluminum arch in cockpit supporting radar antenna and dinghy lifting tackle. Swim platform. Eight opening ports with screens, two opening overhead hatches with screens. Screen for companionway entrance. Pedestal wheel steering. Foredeck anchor locker.
Sail inventory includes mainsail with three sets of reef points, roller-furling genoa, and storm jib. Asymmetrical spinnaker (2004, used three times), tri-radial 3/4 oz. spinnaker with pole, Profurl roller-furling system. Mainsheet traveller mounted on coachroof forward of cockpit. Boom vang. Lewmar winch inventory includes two #46 self-tailing genoa sheet winches, one #16 self tailing, one #16, two #40, and one #30.
Dodger, bimini with enclosure (sides with screens new 2013), custom Texilene cockpit cushions, Manson Supreme 45# anchor (2013) with chain and nylon rode, Danforth 22 anchor with chain and rode, teak cockpit table and drink holder, bulkhead-mounted clock and barometer, custom Stamoid winter cover (2015). Auto-electric bilge pump, manual bilge pump, shower sump pump. Two fire extinguishers. Man-overboard strobe light. Firdell Blipper radar reflector mounted on mast. Masthead tri-color light.
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.