An extremely smart example, meticulously looked after by the current owners. She has been cruised locally and on the continent. Top of the line electronic equipment installed last year. No work needs doing, ready to go!!
Brilliant accommodation design including a generous aft berth, saloon with double berth conversion and a light and airy double fore cabin.
Single spreader, keel stepped mast. Fore & aft lowers. V-backstay. Anodised boom with rod kicker. S.S. pulpit, pushpit, stanchions, guardwires, fore, aft & midship cleats.
Schaefer 2100 Furler. Twin Genoa tracks with sheet cars and adjustment & controls.
Mainsail with Dutchman Flacking System, single line reefing system with 2x reefs.
135% Furling Genoa with Foam Luff
Cruising chute with snuffer
Standing rigging replaced 2016 Schaefer bearing replaced 2016
Main sheet track mounted on coach house roof
Coachroof & decks laid to non slip GRP. S.S. handrails. Mainsheet track system with traveller control. GARHAUER clutches leading to Lewmar 30 winches
Cockpit with integral lockers, collapesable bathing ladder to integral pushpit with twin seats, transom for outboard. 2x Rope bags.
Cockpit sole laid to teak.
2x Lewmar 48 sheet winches
Manual bilge pump control
Safety line pad eyes x 4.
3x Teak washboards.
Anchor with chain
Sprayhood with extension
Collapseable cockpit table
S.S. wheel with binnacle
Gas locker, Gas leisure safety certificate issued
Engine control and gauges (fuel, temp, volts and rev counter)
Fenders & warps
Raymarine Es75 Chartplotter mounted at pedestal (2016).
Raymarine EVO 100 autopilot, with control unit mounted at pedestal (2016)
Raymarine i70 display mounted at pedestal (2016) with a second i70 display mounted at chart table (2016)
Easy Navtex mounted at chart table (2016)
Externally mounted Navtex Ariel.
Standard Horizon AIS VHF Radio with DSC mounted at chart table with remote station command (2016) AIS output integrated and displayed on Raymarine Es75
Raymarine ITC5 analogue to digital converter (2016)
Companionway steps to L-shaped galley with Corian worksurfaces, twin recessed s.s. sink, top loading fridge, top loading cool box, Hillerange gimballed twin burner hob with integral oven, manual footpump for fridge drain, galley lockers, dedicated bin unit.
Saloon area with U-shaped settee, storage below, folding & collapseable saloon table converts to double berth. 2x single seats with fold down table between giving a single berth. Reading lights, chart table with a single swivel seat, 12v DC service switches, AC service control.
Aft cabin with double berth, storage below, outboard lockers, portlights. Rear engine access.
Heads with Corian oval sink unit, vanity locker below, shower with seat, Jabsco manual WC, locker space, heating vent, door to forward cabin, 2x opening ports.
Forecabin with V-berth double memory foam mattress, storage below, reading lights, wardrobe with sliding vanity unit above.
LED 12v lighting throughout (2016)
Fold up window blinds
Soleboards laid to teak & holly laminate
Catalina Yachts is an American company, the 36 was designed by Jerry Douglas and offers all-round performance for the avid cruiser. Midnight Rover has been thoughfully set up to offer the owner all the benefits of cruising and exploring including a high degree of self-suffuciency.
Note from the owner:
As for the engine, I had a separate survey done on it prior to my purchase and a full service carried out by that marine engineer in Oct 16. Since then I have carried out the following:
I hold comprehensive spares for the engine and Mikuni MY 30 4 outlet heater.
The hull was anti fouled in Sep 2017, both anodes were replaced and the anode attachment bolts were replaced due to one leaking. The hull was professionally cut and polished and new graphics were put on whilst out of the water in Sep 2017.
If any perspective buyers are interested in what we did on our 2300 mile sail our blog is www.midnightrover.com.
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.