36' Sausalito Boat Works Aires 32 Cutter

$60,000 Purchase Value

Cruise Pac Specifications

 

     This was the custom design by Tom Gilmer and IMHO is a better built, finer finished and better blue water sailer than a Crealock 34. Built by 17 old codgers in the Sausalito Boat Works in California who had been building a superior wooden double ender for 40 years, they finally went to fiberglass and went broke after 6 vessels because of their uncompromising quality and workmanship. She's a sailors dream of confidence, always meeting your expectations, and some.
    
All in all, a lot of cruiser for singlehanding, in blue water offshore cruising, yet manageable and safe for most seaoned sailors. It'll bring you back safely, no matter what you encounter. A rare classic blue water quality custom built and equippted Cutter...no cheap production dockside condo! And I still think it's a better built, easier and safer cutter to sail than the comparable year Crealock 34 priced $40-50,000 more.
 
Navigational/Electronics:
Navico Tiller autopilot remote
Alarm Furona 1621 Collision Radar
Navigational Loran,GPS, Compass
Autopilot, and VHF Nav aids.
12/120 volt inverter
Shore power
Telephone connection
Full breaker panels AC/and D/C
Exterior navigational and interior lighting

Sony color TV

 
Cockpit:
2 Genoa Lewmar ST winches and roller furling winch in aft cockpit seat
Trunk mounted lighted Data Marine speed/ depth
Compass and engine instruments and Autopilot DC plug ins
Aft cockpit 20# Danforth anchor has 16' 5/16 chain on 200' of 1/2" rode
 

Engine/Propulsion Systems:
33 h.p. Westerbeake direct drive inboard 4 cyl. original 800 hour engine-fresh water cooled
15" 3 bladed bronze propellar
BIG new D cell battery for the engine
Cruise Speed 6 knots/ 7 mph/ 22 kph
Max Speed 7 knots/ 8 mph, 13 kph
 
General Systems:
60 GALLONS of diesel, at 1 GPH @ 6 Kt. cruise = 360 NM range
Fiberglass composite hull
Forward and keel tanks
120 GALLONS of pressurized water and manual water pump
 
Head:
Custom holding tank private 3 gal. toilet
Vanity, mirror, S/S sink
Sail& Rigging:
Self tending staysail with a bronze deck snap release stay to stow to the midships shrouds if under genoa only
Oversized mast with two Lewmar winches with double spreaders
All teak caprails, boomkin, bowsprit, and main trunk and cockpit have covers
Full winter canvas cover, and tent
6 Sails; Main (225 Sq.ft. double reef),Furling #1 Genoa, (250 sq.ft.)and # 2 Genoa (190 sq.ft.), Self tending Staysail (100 sq.ft.), 400 Sq.ft. Drifter, and a 65 sq.ft. Storm jib
Galley/Cabin:
Scotch guarded custom made berth cushions, vinyl cockpit mosquito barriers
Ta Shing high quality radius joinery interior, in honey toned teak
6 Bronze portals
Bulwark mounted non-leaking stantions with three life lines
Fiberglassed and painted finished interior cabinets and bildge
Hindged and stowable dinnete
Main cabin huge double berth
Opposite a port berth
Large double V-Berth
Offers two large, private cabins sleeps 5
Bomar tinted, screened overhead hatch
Two portals forward
Fans in the V-Berth
Deep stainless sink
Two burner kerosine stove
Large compartmental Ice Box to starboard
Chart table with storage behind
Two large under cockpit seat storage areas
Louvered doors on either side of companionway
Dockside air conditioning thru companionway
Wall cabin heater

 

Ground Tackle:
 Bow bronze winch for35# CQR anchor, 60' 5/16 chain, 250' 5/8" rode
 
Safety Equipment:
Topside truck handrails
Spreader deck lights
Automatic and manual bildge pumps with red cockpit alert light
Most Emergency spare parts, materials, in ships stores for extended cruising

Fire extinguisher - Forward/Aft, life vests - Two, flares - USCG pac, smoke signal - USCG pac
Additional Equipment:
Cabin overheads
Two Golf Cart batteries for the cabin needs under holly/teak sole
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