Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 3JH2E
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 38hp
- Year: 1994
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
HULL & DECK:
- Solid fiberglass hull, full keel with encapsulated lead ballast and aluminum centerboard, epoxy coated.
- Decks and trunk cabin are fiberglass and balsa-cored sandwich construction.
- Hull was painted black using Epiphanes paint using rolled and tipped method, and are painted gray using Interlux Brightside.
- Edson pedestal wheel steering with wheel located at forward end of self-bailing cockpit.
- Fiberglass rudder with foam core attached to bronze heel fitting.
- 2001 bronze seacocks.
- Red boot top, white bottom, gold cove stripe.
- Teak toerails, cockpit coamings, handrails.
- Powermate 12V windlass model 502.
- S/S bow and stern rails.
- In 2000, owner had delaminated cockpit sole repaired using vinylester resin.
- 6 opening portlights and one foredeck hatch and 2 dorade vents.
Fuel: 35 gallons in Monel tank.
Water: Approximately 40 gallons in one fiberglass tank in keel and one Monel under vee berths.
Holding: yes; small bladder with y-valve or deck pumpout.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
- Yanmar 3JH2E, 38 hp diesel, 3 cylinder, FWC.
- No hour meter.
- Kanzaki 2:1 transmission, rebuilt.
- 1" S/S shaft with 14 x 14 3 blade prop housed in S/S prop cage.
- Yanmar panel with gauges and alarms.
- Fiberglass waterlift muffler.
- Racor fuel filter.
- Cruising speed: 6 knots @ 2500 RPM.
- Maximum speed: 6.5 knots @ 3000 RPM.
- 12V DC system only - fused panel.
- 2021 engine starting battery.
- Rule 1500 electric bilge pump.
- Manual bilge pump.
- For 5 in a varnished teak trimmed and wood-grain laminate interior with a varnished teak sole.
- Vee berths forward with drawers under and shelves outboard. Anchor locker all the way forward.
- Next aft to port is a large enclosed head with two door access - one from forward cabin and one from main salon. Head includes 2010 manual rebuilt W.C., hot and cold water sink, and handheld shower and shower pump.
- Opposite is a spacious hanging locker.
- Main salon has port and starboard settees, with an offset dining table.
- The galley is to port and has a 2 burner Tasco LPG stove and oven, a S/S sink, hot and cold water, dish lockers.
- Opposite is a chart table/icebox under with Adler Barbour refrigeration (engine driven).
- There is a 6 gallon hot water heater.
- Raymarine Autohelm 4000 autopilot.
- Motorola Triton II VHF.
- Raymarine C-80 chartplotter.
- 1995 Radar R40XX radar.
- Datamarine Corinthian II depth and speed.
- Raymarine 320 GPS Plotter.
SAILS & RIGGING:
- Masthead sloop rig - 42' height clearance.
- Aluminum mast, stepped on deck.
- Hood Sto-boom (owner has original boom).
- Harken roller furler.
- New Hallett mainsail.
- 2017 150% Pope genoa.
- 2000 110% & 130%, old and not much used, but do fit roller furler.
- Hallett spinnaker - 3/4 oz.
- S/S standing and dacron running rigging.
- Spinnaker pole and extended whisker pole.
- Harken mainsheet traveler; boom vang.
- External halyards led aft to cockpit.
- Headstay to twin 1/4" S/S tangs at stern head fitting upper and lower shrouds to 1/4" S/S chainplates bolted and backed at bulkheads below backstay to 3/16" S/S chainplate bolted and backed to transom gusset.
- Side chainplates were replaced with larger size in early 2000's.
- 4 Barient 22 & 20 winches; 1 Barient 16 & 1 Lewmar 2 speed winch.
- 2017 Hallett white Dodger on S/S frame; awning.
- 35 lb CQR and Danforth 20 lb anchors; 50 lb Luke storm anchor with chain lead and 200' 5/8" rode.
- Double lifelines.
- Bow and stern S/S rails.
- 4" Danforth Constellation compass.
- Force 10 cabin heater.
- Brass clock and barometer; gimballed brass oil lamp.
- Swim ladder; life ring; portable searchlight.
- 3 fenders, 4 docklines, life jackets, cockpit cushions, bell, boathook, ensign and staff.
COMMENTS: CANIS MINOR is one of the Classic 35' Allied Seabreeze Citation Sloops. These designs are as pretty as the Hinckley Pilots, but have a more spacious interior layout due to their added beam. They also offer a "shoal draft" keel/Centerboard. CANIS MINOR shows very good, caring ownership.
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Mechanical Disclaimer: 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 meter. 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.
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