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36' 1985 CS 36 Traditional***SOLD***

Type: Sailboat
Year: 1985
Make: CS 36
Model: Traditional***SOLD***
Length: 36'
Status: Sold
Price: $ 59,900
Location: Kingston
Date Posted: 2015-04-18
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“What is so good about the boat? In a word, quality, both in design and in construction. The CANADIAN SAILCRAFT 36 is one of the best-built boats I have yet sailed.” Bill Sandifer – Good Old Boat Magazine.

Designed by Raymond Wall, the CS 36 was in production from 1978 until 1985.  Wall designed her to be a strong and capable offshore cruising yacht while still agile enough for club racing.  The layout is traditional and recognized as having “everything, including hand-holds and elbow room, seeming to be just in the right spot”.  

Very clean and very well equipped.  Ready for serious cruising.  5 sails, wind generator, refrigeration, newer canvas and upholstery.



Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

LOA: 36 ft 6 in
Beam: 11 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Dry Weight: 15500 lbs

Make: WESTERBEKEHp: 33HPFuel: Diesel


       Bench overhaul in 1999
                 COOLING:  CLOSED SYSTEM, Glycol


  • Main with Jiffy Reefing w/ full battens, and lazy jacks
  • #1 Genoa 150% with U/V protection
  • #1 Jib 100% withU/V protection
  • Roller Furling headstay Ultra Furl 700
  • Storm Jib modified for roller furling
  • Spinnaker, (DRS) c/w launching tube, sheets and blocks,
All sails inspected
Mainsheet system with mid boom sheeting led into cockpit
Second internal Genoa halyard and internal spinnaker halyard
Main sail cover is Captain Navy in colour
Full canvas enclosure (C/W screens reduces to offshore dodger), in Captain Navy. The complete system was replaced in 2009
Lee privacy curtains are provided but are a lighter blue.


Wind Generator Air Marine (1999)
120V Battery Charger(hard wired)
120V Ship to Shore Cord
120V 1000 watt inverter
120V control and monitoring panel
12 V lighting throughout (halogen cabin lamps)
Ritchie Globe Master compass mounted on binnacle (2013)
Garmin GPS 45 with pedestal mount connected to ships power
Temperature gauge, Tachometer and amp meter 100 amp
Blue sea charging relay 2011
3 step voltage regulator
12V DC panel with indicator lights
Batteries (3 house 1 starting)(12V)
Battery selector system allows combining total system if required
Electric bilge pump
New engine starter (2010)
Manual windlass
Lewmar 40 spinnaker winches  (2)
Snatch blocks (3)
35 lb CQR anchor (70ft chain 150ft rode)
Danforth with (15ft chain 150 rode)
Dual life lines to cockpit with releases fore and aft
Masthead Tri-colour Light
Sea water pump in the galley with water filter
Refrigeration and freezer (12V)
Pressure hot and cold water (galley (w/filter), head, and cockpit shower)
Hot water tank replaced 2009
Head has hot and cold water w/hand held shower


  • Ray Marine Autopilot – Auto helm 4000
  • Silva depth sounder, knot meter, log and wind instrument
  • Garmin GPS 45 with inside and pedestal mounts using ships power
  • 2 VHF radios with a Ray Marine hand held backup
  • 1VHF radio may be controlled from the cockpit with a power mic
  • JRC Colour Radar and Chart Plotter with Erie,  Ontario and St Lawerance CHIP
  • Pioneer Stereo and CD with inside and cockpit speakers with remote
Additional Info and Equipment


Power Mic for Standard Horizon VHF radio in cockpit
Dinghy Davits (Atkins Hoyle)
Aft hawse pipe
Winch handles
Engine spare parts
Manual cockpit operated bilge pump
Fire extinguishers (2)
PFDs (4)
Docking lines (4)
Fenders (5)
Boarding/swim ladder (extended)
Boat Hook
Ring Buoy
2 over head opening hatches (replaced 2012)
Solar ventilator in main cabin hatch (2012)
6 standard opening ports w/screens
S/S BBQ Magma (LPG)
Teak drink/binocular holder in cockpit
Teak table expandable in cockpit
Cockpit cushions
All interior cushions reupholstered (2011)
Brass ships clock, barometer, and gimbaled hurricane lamp
Force 10 LPG cabin heater with fan
Cradle (folding)
Cruising Prop (3 blade fixed installed)  (Spare 2 blade)
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.
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