Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Westerbeke
- Model: 40
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 37hp
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
HULL & DECK:
• Solid fiberglass hull, original gelcoat white hull, green boot and cove stripes, green bottom.
• Fiberglass deck with balsa and plywood core; white deck with beige nonskid areas.
• Moderate fin keel with encapsulated lead ballast.
• Skeg-hung rudder.
• Cockpit is 8´ long, deep and roomy with large sail lockers, and two propane lockers with two 10 lb bottles.
• In Spring 2004, owner removed and repaired any wet core found in cockpit sole and around mast collar and heater exhaust pipe.
• Edson pedestal wheel steering and binnacle compass.
• Teak anchor platform with one anchor roller.
• 2004 Lofrans Royal manual windlass.
• S/S stanchions with double lifelines, double gates.
• S/S dinghy davits.
• S/S swim ladder, stern-mounted.
• Bronze thru hulls were installed in place of plastic ones.
• Two aluminum-framed Bomar hatches.
• Two long, fixed aluminum-framed ports with safety glass.
• PVC opening ports with screens.
• Dark green Dodger by Fortune.
• Full cockpit cushions.
• White bimini (does not connect to dodger).
• Two dorades with plastic ventilators.
• High bulwarks for safe footing along the decks.
Fuel: 27 gallons in aluminum tank (installed 2007).
Water: 150 gallons.
Holding: Approximately 10 gallons with manual pumpout and y-valve.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
• Westerbeke 40, 4 cylinder, 37 hp diesel, FWC, with with approximately 2712 hours as reported on the hour meter..
• Paragon SAOD, Z7970 reverse gear.
• Walter v-drive with 2:1 reduction; shaft coupling.
• Two blade 18”x10” RH fixed bronze prop, also three blade available
• 1 ¼” S/S shaft.
• Bronze seawater strainer.
• Racor 500 FG water-fuel separator filter.
• 6 gallon hot water tank.
• 12V DC & 110V AC systems.
• 2-12V deep cycle batteries are installed in port locker
• Guest & Cole Hersey three way battery switches
• Bass Products AC/DC circuit breaker panels.
• 100 amp Balmar high output alternator.
• 30 amp shore power service.
• Guest 15 amp battery charger.
• West Marine model 288524, 1500w inverter.
• For five in a very attractive, spacious interior of varnished mahogany.
• Chain locker forward.
• Next aft are vee berths with filler to make a double berth.
• There are shelves outboard.
• Next aft are drawers port and starboard, and a cedar lined hanging locker.
• To starboard is an enclosed head with a Wilcox-Crittenden W.C., sink, and a separate stall shower with a shower sump pump.
• Main salon has a settee berth to port with an L-shaped dinette to starboard, which forms a double berth.
• The folding dining table is mounted on the main bulkhead.
• There’s a Force 10 LPG-fired cabin heater which is mounted between the mast and head compartment door.
• Next aft to port is a U-shaped galley with a Force 10 Mariner three burner LPG stove, and double S/S sinks with manual hot and cold pressure water pumps.
• There’s an Adler Barbour cold machine 12V refrigeration system.
• Opposite the galley to starboard is an outboard facing “Nav” station with a swing-out seat.
• The interior is varnished mahogany bulkheads with laminated ash trim.
• There’s a varnished teak and holly sole.
• All berth cushions are recovered in a colorful “KOKOPELLI” pattern, with curtains.
• Ritchie binnacle compass.
• Autohelm 4000 autopilot.
• ACR 406 EPIRB, new 2004.
• Garmin 498 GPS-Plotter (available but not installed).
SAILS & RIGGING:
• 2000 Anson mainsail with full battens and lazy jacks.
• 1997 Anson genoa and working jib.
• Staysail with “hank-ons” for innerstay (innerstay available but owner sails the vessel as a Sloop).
• Harken roller furling on genoa.
• Mainsail has batt cars which were replaced in early 2000’s.
• S/S standing rigging replaced in early 2000’s.
• Anodized aluminum mast with single spreader, stepped on keel.
• Mainsheet traveller on bridgedeck; all mainsheet blocks have been replaced.
• Lewmar 30C winch added on portside cockpit for genoa furling line, new 2004.
• Two Anderson 40 S.T. S/S genoa sheet winches.
• 2004 Anderson 28 S.T. winch added for mainsail halyard.
• Blue sailcover.
• Full blue cockpit cushions.
• Radar reflector.
• 3 fenders
• Life jackets.
• Two propane tanks - one being used and one spare.
• Horseshoe ring.
• Shore power cord.
• Two gimballed brass lamps.
• Clock, barometer and tide clock.
• Full Naval architect drawings.
• Miscellaneous spares.
• Automatic bilge pump, manual bilge pump.
• Propane shutoff.
• Fold-out mahogany cockpit table.
• Emergency tiller.
COMMENTS: KOKOPELLI is a 1981 36 Pearson 367 Cutter. She looks much younger than her years as you can see by all the photos. She is a solid fiberglass white hull, and is powered with a Westerbeke 4-107 diesel, FWC, with approximately 2700 hours on the hour meter. This vessel has had excellent care and has many extras included in her equipment list. Some of these are a 2004 manual Lofrans windlass, Garmin-map 498 GPS (not installed), new Andersen 40 ST sheet winches, and Andersen 28 ST halyard winch installed in 2004, colorful interior berth cushions, an LPG Force 10 cabin heater and stove, Adler-Barbour refrigeration, 100 amp Balmar high output alternator, 2002 hot water heater, 2005 West Marine inverter, 1997 mainsail with full battens (the mainsail has batt cars), 1997 roller furling genoa, Harken roller furling, new standing rigging, EPIRB, aluminum 27 gallon fuel tank (installed 2007), S/S davits on stern, Fortune green Dodger, Autohelm 4000 autopilot, and cockpit cushions. This popular design has one of the most comfortable cruising interiors found on a 36' vessel and includes a separate stall shower in the head. Please call today for your inspections of this fine vessel and thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
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