|Location||Gore Bay, Ontario|
|Length at Water Line||7.32 m|
|Length on Deck||10.87 m|
|Min. Draft||1.45 m|
The C&C 36 Invader was originally designed for Hinterhoeller Yachts but most were actually built by Belleville Marine which was also part of Cuthbertson & Cassian Ltd. at the time.
Her classic good looks and and great sailing characteristics make her an ideal choice for the boat to take you on your sailing dreams.
She has enjoyed many upgrades and constant professional care over the years and is ready to go.
Please contact me for further details
Chartplotter - Standard Horizon GPS Map with independent depth sounder input
Knotmeter / Sumlog - SR Mariner - New 2000
Depth Sounder - SR Mariner - New 2000
Wind Speed - SR Mariner - New 2000
Wind Apparent - SR Mariner - New 2000
Autopilot - Autohelm 4000 ST
VHF Radio - Standard Horizon - New in 2001
VHF Handheld Radio - Yes
Compass - Gemini compass on steering pedestal
Anchors - 33 lb Bruce
- 35 lb Delta
- 15 lb Fisherman
Rode is a combination of chain and Nylon rope and chain
Fuel Tankage - One tank made in Stainless Steel, with a capacity of 20 Imp. Gallons.
- Located under cockpit sole
Water Tankage - One tank made in Stainless Steel, with a capacity of 20 Imp. Gallons
- Located under the V-berth
Holding Tankage - One tank made in Stainless Steel with a capacity of 20 US Gallons
- Located under the V-berth
Starting at the bow and moving aft:
Forward Cabin - V- berth, with reading lights and stowage beneath
Head with sink and cabinet on the port side and hanging locker opposite on starboard
Main Cabin - Pilot berth and single berth on different levels on Port side
- Single berth on Starboard side and also a folding leaf table
Galley - Stove - 2 burner, Origo 3000, non-pressurized alcohol unit.
- gimballed one direction with slide cover for extra counter space when stove not in use
- Fridge - A Nova Kool, 12V, fridge is on the port side with top access through hinged door that doubles as working surface
- Freezer - next to fridge top access through separate door same as fridge
- The compressor is located in the port side cockpit locker
Microwave oven port side above counter
Hot and cold water at the single stainless sink
HULL AND DECKS
THERE IS NO CORING MATERIAL IN THE HULL OR DECKS OR CABIN TOP OR SIDES
THESE STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS ARE SOLID FIBERGLASS LAMINATES
Hull - solid fiberglass laminate with gelcoat
- Painted with blue Awlgrip paint
Decks - Solid fiberglass laminates with gelcoat - Painted white
Cabin Top and sides - Solid fiberglass laminates with gelcoat - painted white
All of the stanchions are custom stainless steel - New in 2016
The original ports were replaced with cast aluminum ports
115 Volt System
- Shore power system, rated for 30 amps, with 50 ' power cable
- Fused AC Panel and polarity check
115 Volt battery charger - automatic with meter
12 Volt System
- House system has 4 x 6 Volt, large capacity, deep cycle
- Engine start - 1 x 12 Volt starting battery
Inverter - powers all 110 Volt electric appliances
Water Heater - provides hot water to both sinks
ENGINE AND MECHANICAL
Engine - Izuzu - OD27
- Serial # 515982
- HP is 23 @ 3500 RPM
- Closed cooling with heat exchanger
- Fuel Consumption - 2 Litres @ 2100 RPM
Transmission - Izuzu
Prop Shaft - 1" Stainless Steel
Prop - Three blade, fixed
Steering system - Custom Edson, twin levers, at the steering pedestal
LOA - 35' 8"
LWL - 24'
Beam - 10' 6"
Draft - 4' 9.5"
Displacement - 14000 lb
Ballast - 5200 lb
RIGGING, SAILS AND SAIL HANDLING
Mast - Aluminum extrusion
- deck stepped
Boom - Aluminum extrusion
Single spreaders - Teak
Standing rigging is stainless steel wire
Main - North - new 2001
- Custom stack pack - new in 2017
Headsails - North - 140% Genoa - new 2001
- Drifter - age unknown but slightly used and in good condition
- Storm Jib - 5 oz. - new 2018
Hyde Streamstay roller furling for headsails
There is a diesel furnace which is thermostatically controlled and a " whole boat " forced air, duct system, distributing hot air throughout the entire boat.
This system extends the sailing from early spring through to late fall in comfort
The dark blue bimini and dodger were made by Genco.
There are also additional panels that complete the cockpit enclosure. The side and rear panels have plastic, roll-up windows with screens
There is also a custom mesh mosquito netting " tent "that is easily hung inside the cockpit space that creates a mosquito proof cockpit area which is great for evening scotializing and sleeping.
Dickenson Sea-B-Q , Stainless Steel using Propane. Mounted on stern rail
Swim Platform mounted on transom
Assorted fenders and dock lines
Winter cover Dacron - new in 1998
Winter cover metal alloy A-frame
Six custom cockpit cushions with vinyl covers
Heavy duty, eight pad, steel cradle for land storage. The legs are fixed but could be easily converted to folding legs if so desired.
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.