1982 Cape Dory 36' (10.97 m) 36
Belfast, Maine, United States
"PELERIN" is a fine example of the well-known and respected Cape Dory 36 cutter. She is a capable vessel and has always been well cared for. The owner has new boat and is motivated to find a new home for Pelerin, who has been in the same family since new.
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: CPDT0080M82L
"PELERIN" is a fine example of the well-known and respected Cape Dory 36 cutter. She is a capable vessel and has always been well cared for. The owner has new boat and is motivated to find a new home for Pelerin, who has been in the same family since new. She is currently stored indoors, but ready to launch and go cruising!
LOA: 36' (10.97 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 8''
LWL: 27' 10''
Draft Max: 5'
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Ballast Weight: 6050 lbs
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- Engine Make: Perkins
- Engine Model: 4-108M
- Engine Year: 1982
- Hours: 1909.00
Forward cabin has v-berths with a filler cushion, shelves port and starboard above the berths and storage drawers and traps below. A cabinet of drawers is aft of the starboard berth. There are 2 opening ports and an overhead hatch in this cabin and a privacy door aft. Screens on all 10 ports.
Next aft to port is a large head area with shower, toilet and sink vanity. Opposite this area are two large hanging lockers.
The Main Cabin has settee berths port and starboard. The port settee is "L" shaped, and extends inboard to form a double berth. The starboard settee forms a single berth. The table folds to the bulkhead to port. Ample storage under the port salon bunk and also behind the starboard bunk cushions.
The galley is aft to port, and is "U" shaped. Double sinks, Ice Box, and 3 burner propane gas stove with oven are features of the galley, along with large storage and counter top areas. To starboard, aft is the navigation area and chart table, followed by a spacious single quarter berth.
New hot water heater
New Garghauer blocks installed for mainsheet
New Furlex Roller installed on genoa – replaced forestay
New Quick Release installed on new Cutter Stay (easy tacking of genoa)
Mast stripped and Awlgripped. All fittings, including sheaves, removed for inspection
Replaced back stay and upper and lower stays on both sides
Replaced bow/deck light on mast with new Forespar LED fixture
Relaced masthead light with new Perko LED fixture
Installed new electronics as follows:
Garmin GMR Fantom 18” Radar
Garmin GPSMAP 942 at helm in new Navpod
Garmin VHF 110
Garmin AIS 600 transponder with dedicated GPS
Navico P-9 network compass
Installed New Blue Seas electrical panel – rewired as necessary
Installed all new wiring in mast
Installed new Raritan head – hoses replaced in previous years
Installed new Whale manual overboard discharge for holding tank with new thru-hull fitting
Cabin lights upgraded to LED bulbs
Rewired and upgraded stern running light to LED
Replaced exhaust riser and rerouted vented loop discharge on engine
Installed new bracket for exhaust muffler
Replaced propeller shaft
Replaced valve cover on engine
Installed raw water strainer on engine cooling water intake
Replaced throttle shut-off cable
Upgraded transmission to new ZF-12M Gearbox
Replaced damper plate on engine/transmission interface with DAMPER WES19398
Replaced spinnaker halyard
New Mainsail – Doyle Stackpack with three reef points, integral lazy jacks and cover
Installed new Tides Marine sail track on mast
Re-cored cabin house top
Installed new Lewmar two-speed self-tailing winch for mainsail sheet
Installed new Lewmar two-speed self-tailing winch for staysail sheet
Installed anchor lock-down bracket at bow
Installed new starting battery for engine
Installed new Lifeline AGM for house battery
Replaced oil pressure sensor
Replaced mainsail, jib and staysail halyards
Upgraded genoa sheet turning block mountings to improve leads to winches
Winches yard serviced
Annually Yard maintained with inside storage
Annual inspection and/or maintenance of all thru-hulls
Electronics & Navigation
- Garmin GMR Fantom 18” Radar
- Garmin GPSMAP 942 at helm in Navpod
- Garmin VHF 110
- Garmin AIS 600 transponder with dedicated GPS
- Navico P-9 network compass
- Ritchie pedestal mounted Magnetic Compass
- Raymarine ST60+ Depth
- Raymarine ST60+ Speed/Distance
- Raymarine ST60+ Apparent Wind
- Mast Head Wind Indicator
Sails & Rigging
- Genoa on Roller
- Pope Sails – Approximate age 15
- Furlex roller furler new in 2016
- Staysail on club boom – Original Hood sail with reef points.
- Mainsail – 2018 Doyle Stackpack with three reef points, integral lazy jacks, and cover
- Reacher - with spinnaker sock
- 2 Lewmar 42 ST Two Speed Bronze Winches
- 1 Lewmar 30 ST Two Speed Bronze Winch
- 1 Lewmar 16 ST Two Speed Bronze Winch
- Mast Mounted Radar Reflector
- Life Sling
- Life Jackets
- Flare Kit
- Fire Extinguishers
- Automatic bilge pump with Water-Witch switch
- Electric bilge pump under engine bed
- Manual Whale bilge pump at helm in cockpit
- Assorted Tools, Spares Parts & Filters
- Portable Boarding Ladder
- Rare 5” Chelsea Ships Bells and Barometer
- Brass gimbaled Weems & Plath Oil Lamp
- Boat Hook
- 30 AMP Shore Power Cord
- 2- extra snatch bocks
- Multi-tackle preventer
- 6 - Oversized dock lines
- 3 - Fenders
- Full all-weather cockpit cushions
- Miscellaneous extra lines
- Ensign on staff
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 meters. 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 brochure.
106 Lafayette Street
Yarmouth ME 04096 USA
Like most of us at East Coast Yacht Sales, Kristofer has a passion for sailing and the ocean. He spent time as a kid sailing dinghies and cruising the coast of Maine with his family. Kristofer was born in Norway, his father's home country, but moved to Maine at a young age, where his mother is from. Growing up in Brunswick Maine, he spent his summers working at various yacht clubs, boat yards and marinas and spent winters ski racing for Carrabassett Valley Academy.Â
After graduating from Colorado College in 2000, Kris went to work for Hinckley Yachts. Soon after, Kris restored a 1973 Pearson 36 and sailed down to the Caribbean where he lived aboard and worked in the marina and charter boat industry.
Upon returning to Maine, Kris earned an MBA degree and worked for Harbor Technologies, a startup company in the marine composites industry, while also teaching composite boat building courses at the Maine Advanced Technology Center. In 2012 he had the opportunity to buy Buck's Harbor Marine, a small marina and charter boat business in Brooksville, Maine, which he owned and operated for several years.
In 2021 Kris moved from Blue Hill to Yarmouth, along with his wife and their three children, to join the East Coast Yacht Sales team. He is enthusiastic about all kinds of boats and enjoys helping clients find their perfect boat.