CS36 “Finisterre”

This 1985 CS 36 is a great charter boat with sleeping for 6. Powered by a 30 HP Westerbeke diesel engine, gives you lots of power to get to where you are going should sailing not be favourable. Refrigeration and shore power available. Galley is fully equipped, charts and chartplotter and a PORTS guide to help with your sailing plans.

Note: Boat will be fully fuelled, water tanks full and head holding tank empty. Charterers must provide own bedding including pillows, and towels.

Specifications

  • 1985 CS 36
  • L.O.A.: 36’ 6”/ 11.13m
  • L.W.L:. 29’ 3” /  8.92m
  • Beam: 11’ 6” / 3.51m
  • Draft: 6’  Shoal Fin Keel
  • Displacement: 15,500 lbs. /7,031 kg
  • Ballast: 6,500 lbs. / 2,947 kg
  • Sail area: 822 sq. ft. / 76.37 sq. m.
  • Headroom: 6’4”
  • Berths:  6+

High Season: June 28 – September 2, 2024

Boat Location: Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, Breakwall 13.

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Equipment List

Basic Boat
  • 33 HP Westerbeke inboard diesel engine.
  • 132 L / 35 Gallons diesel tank, good for at least 60 hours.
  • Freshwater tanks, 265 L / 70 Gallons.
  • Starting battery, Twobanks of 2  6 volt marine house batteries connected in series for house and windlass.
  • Force 10 BBQ.  Mounted on stern rail, but can also be set up on picnic table.  Bring your own propane canisters.  The standard green disposable ones available at Canadian Tire or any hardware store in Canada.
  • Wheel steering, emergency tiller on board.
  • Full cockpit enclosure.
  • Bug Screens for companionway and forward hatch.
  • Wind Scoop and solar vent for forward hatch.
  • Basic tool kit.
  • Fenders (6)
  • Dock lines.
  • Cockpit Table.
  • Swim ladder.
  • 110 Volt Shore Power.
  • 30 Amp Power Cord.
  • Manual bilge pump.
  • Automatic bilge pump.
  • Bruce anchor and windlass with 200’ chain, on windlass.
  • Danforth anchor with 30 ft  chain and 150’ rode, manual.
  • Boat hook.
  • Head with holding tank. (38 L or 10 Gallons)
Galley and Cabin
  • Refrigerated icebox.
  • Fresh Dishtowels (2).
  • Paper towels (1 roll).
  • Toilet paper (5 rolls).
  • Dish soap.
  • Cleaning supplies.
  • Floor brush and dustpan.
  • Propane stove and oven.
  • Coffee percolator.
  • Tea kettle.
  • Pots (3) and pans (2).
  • Pasta strainer.
  • Plates, large and small, Bowls (6 place setting).
  • Wine glasses.
  • Cutlery.
  • Steak knives.
  • Cutting knives.
  • Cutting board.
  • BBQ lighter.
  • BBQ Utensils.
  • Clothe pins.
  • Oven Mitts.
  • Can opener.
  • Wine opener.
  • Cheese grater.
  • Whisk.
  • Measuring cups.
  • Soup ladle.
  • Spatula.
  • Wooden spoon.
  • Ample interior lights.
  • USB charger plugins (2)
Navigation and Safety
  • Ray Marine Chartplotter
  • Battery Monitor System.
  • Speed and Depthfinder.
  • Adult Lifejackets (6).  Let us know if you need more adults jackets or youth jackets.  Please give us the weight of each child, so we can ensure to provide the proper sizes.
  • VHF Marine Radio.
  • 2 Fire extinguishers.
  • Flares.
  • Throw rope.
  • Lifebuoy.
  • Air horn.
  • Watertight flashlight and batteries.
  • First aid Kit.
  • PORTS Guide.
  • Nautical charts (Picton to Ivy Lea).
  • Binoculars
Sail
  • 640 sq. ft. /59.46 sq. m.
  • Sloop, masthead rig.
  • Full batten main.
  • Furling Jib.
  • All halyards lead to cockpit.

What to bring …

Clothing
  • Rubber-soled (non-marking) shoes
  • Windbreaker/jacket
  • Socks and underwear
  • Long pants
  • Shorts
  • Sweatpants & sweatshirt
  • Sweater or Fleece
  • Long-sleeved shirt, T-shirts
  • Casual dining clothes!
  • Swimsuit(s)
  • Cover-up (from sun)
  • Hat/visor
  • Rain Gear (waterproof jacket, hat)
Miscellaneous
  • Binoculars
  • Toiletries.
  • Sun Protection.
  • Bedding (sleeping bag, pillow, sheets, blanket).
  • Book/ games.
  • Headlamp.
  • Bluetooth speaker for music.
  • Propane canisters for bbq.

Note: Boat will be fully fuelled, water tanks full and head holding tank empty. Charterers must provide own bedding including pillows, and towels.

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