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|Location||Rio Dulce, Guatemala|
|Engine usage (hours)||4813|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 80 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 140 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 40 gal|
LOA: 38' LWL: 36' BEAM: 12.5' DRAFT: 5’.5” DISPL: 17,000lbs. BALLAST: 6,500lbs. MAST HEIGHT 60'
FUEL TANKAGE: 55 gallon & 25 gallon tanks - 80 gallons total
WATER TANKAGE: 90 gallon & 50 gallon tanks - 140 gallons total
FREE DELIVERY TO FLORIDA!
TRINITY is a Nonsuch 36 fiberglass hulled keelboat with a cat rig, an unstayed mast with a wishbone boom. Its design incorporates a plumb stem, vertical transom, spade type rudder and a fixed fin keel.
The mast is unstayed and the wishbone eliminates the need for vangs or travelers, and it imparts a draft to the sail. The sail can be raised, lowered, sheeted, and reefed from the cockpit. The beam on a non-such is farther aft, entry is finer, aft lines are flat, there is a spade rudder along with a fin keel make for an exceptional sailing experience.
The Nonsuches single large sail and modern underwater profile allows it to point higher than many people would expect. The fin keel and spade rudder found on the Nonsuch also does away with the windward helm which is a characteristic of the Cape Cod catboats. One of the great advantages of the Nonsuch boats is that they are very easy to sail short-handed, or even single-handed. (For example, you only need to turn the wheel to tack this sailboat.) Because of the nature of their hull design, the Nonsuches are very big boats. In terms interior volume, they are probably 20% to 30% larger than a typical 36’ keelboat.
The design has a PHRF racing average handicap of 156 and a hull speed of 7.78 kn.
Deck and Hull Equipment
Ideal Windlass with 45lb Bruce anchor and 200ft chain
New Fortress anchor w/ 25' chain and 150' three strand nylon rode
Anchor wash down pump/hose
Swim platform with swim ladder
New canvas on dodger/bimini 2018
Grauer outboard motor lift
10 foot Avon dinghy w/ 2010 5hp and new chaps
Winter/Summer cover for tropics new 2014
Electronics & Navigation
Icom IC-M802 SSB
Icom AT-140 SSB Automatic Antenna tuner
Garmin GPS Map 541
Raymarine Radar E80 with below deck display
Raytheon 600 Autohelm below deck autopilot
ICOM VHF Radio
Dyna plate installed on bottom
AM/FM CD Stereo with 6 speakers
DYNEX 18" flat screen LCD television
New Navlights and mast nav lights
New VHF Antenna
HULL: The hull is of a single piece molded F.R.P. construction using layers of unidirectional and woven rovings combined with a balsa core sandwich to achieve the ultimate in strength and performance. All structural bulkheads are of marine grade plywood bonded to the hull with a fiberglass overlay.
DECK: The deck is of a single piece molded F.R.P. construction, balsa cored in all horizontal areas for rigidity and locally reinforced in high stress areas. All working areas are molded non-skid. The standard gelcoat color is smoke white.
BALLAST: The external lead keel is through-bolted with stainless steel bolts into a deep and well reinforced sump.
RUDDER: The rudder is a semi-balanced spade with substantial stainless steel shaft and steel torque plate and outer shells of fiberglass construction. The rudder bearing is fitted with a grease fitting.
ENGINE: The standard engine is Westerbeke 46. Trinity has Westerbeke 58, a 58 horsepower, four cylinder diesel with 2:1 reduction Hurth vee-drive transmission, fresh water cooling, and a 55 amp alternator. Fuel burn rate is 2/3 gallon per hour at cruising speed. The all electric weather protected control pane with tachometer, hour meter, oil pressure gauge, temperature gauge, voltmeter, audible alarm, and keyed ignition switch with push button start and cold start aid is mounted in the starboard coaming. Throttle and clutch controls are mounted on the pedestal steering. The engine is equipped with an electronic solenoid shut-off. The propeller shaft is of stainless steel with a two-blade sailor propeller and zinc anode. There is an electrolysis and vibration isolator between the shaft couplings. Electronic fuel gauge is standard. The blower switch and electronic fuel gauge are located adjacent to the engine control panel. The engine compartment is sound insulated.
ELECTRICAL: Wiring and boxes for three batteries are supplied with ignition protected battery switches. Both the 12 volt and 110 volt power distribution panels are equipped with magnetic breakers, L.E.D. lights, voltmeters and ammeters.
EXTERIOR LIGHTING: The regulation bi-color running lights are mounted on the bow pulpit and the stern running light is mounted in the transom. An anchor and steaming light are mounted on the mast. Running lights, anchor light and steaming light are all wired to individual breakers on the 12 volt panel. The compass light is wired with the running lights.
INTERIOR LIGHTING: The boat is equipped with swivel reading lights, dome light, and florescent lights appropriately located and wired to three branch breakers at the accessory panel. There is also an engine room light.
PLUMBING: There is a Wilcox Crittendon “Imperial” marine head with remote 40 (U.S.) gallon holding tank and deck pump-out plate. The two aluminum fresh water tanks are cross-connected with individual shut-offs, deck fills, and inspection ports. Hot water is supplied uses 120V shore power or the engines cooling system. Hot and cold pressure water with mixing valves are located in the galley, head, shower, and forward vanity. All through-hulls below the waterline are equipped with “Xytel” through-hulls and ball valves. There are two five pound fire extinguishers. A manual bilge pump is located in the cockpit with a check valve and strainer on the pick-up end of the hose. There is one 10 pound propane tank with manual shut shutoff, solenoid shutoff, pressure gauge, and regulator located in an overboard drained well with provision for two more tanks.
1- 40lb propane tank and two 10 gallon propane tanks in cockpit locker
4 burner Princess stove with oven
2015 SEAFROST refrigeration/freezer with spillover plate - runs on 120V or engine driven compressor
3 new TROJAN AM Series house batteries, 1 starting battery, 1 windlass battery
Espar Airtronic D2/D4 35G ducted diesel heating system
2015 Marine Air reverse cycle 110 AC heating & cooling w/ seacock, strainer
SEAFARI HORIZON reverse osmosis 35gph water maker model 350
25 gallon SeaWard Stainless Steel water heater engine/110v powered
New barrier coat on bottom 2014
Fuel tank gauge sending unit replaced
Main Sail (BANKS SAILS) in very good condition
Never used storm sail
4 man life raft
Dripless stuffing box
Spare electric fuel pump