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36' 1981 New York 36 Race Winner 36 - US$27,500
North Point Yacht Sales
Call: 410 280 2038
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|Hull Shape||Modified Vee||Beam||11 ft 8 in|
|Max Draft||7 ft 6 in||Engine Make||Yanmar|
|Engine Model||36M30||Engine Year||1981|
|Fuel Capacity||24 gal||Length Overall||35 ft 7 in|
|Number of Heads||1||Holding Tank Size||20 gal|
|Number of Berths||5||Number of Engines||Other|
This is not your average New York 36. This boat has a modified bulb keel (drawing 7' 6"), 4/5 fractional Carbon Mast, and other modifications which focus on winning races. And win she does. With a very complete inventory of racing sails Bingo! has done several races from Annapolis to Newport and winning the Marblehead to Halifax race in 2009 beating the Cal 40 Sinn Fein on corrected time in The PHRF 5 class. Price is reduced for quick sale but firm.
Bingo! is not your average New York 36. Not only does she look fast, she is a proven winner. In 2009, Bingo! was first in class in the Annapolis to Newport race and First in Class from Marblehead to Halifax. In 2011 Bingo! was 3rd in class from Annapolis to Newport. In 2007 Bingo! was 3rd in the CBYRA South East region High Point Series.
Over the last couple of years he has mostly raced in local Chesapeake Bay races with friends and family getting to know the boat. There is a more than adequate list of racing, cruising, storm, roller furling, and spinnaker sails. Recently times have changed and the owner and his family have moved on to other boats.
The boat has been modified to maximize the racing performance whether you are racing on the Chesapeake Bay or off-shore. The fractional rigged Carbon Fiber Mast with adjustable backstays allow the mainsail trimmer to maximize the draft and power from the main. The deeper draft specially designed keel allows better control and stability. With a PHRF Rating of 108 on the Chesapeake, the boat is primed for the next owner to go out and win some silver.
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Starting in the bow, Bingo! has a full stainless bow pulpit with bow nav lights attached all the way forward. The Harken Roller Furling genoa helps control the sail area in the bow. Starboard and port cleats, pad eye for spinaker foreguy, and bracket for the spinaker pole on the starboard side are appropriately placed on the foredeck. The life lines are all consistent with Off Shore Racing Rules and the toe rail is aluminum set up for racing and hooking shackles blocks or likes.
On the foward most part of the cabin top is a good sized opening hatch for forward take downs or passing up new sails. Next aft is a ventillator for the forward head.
The 4/5 Fractional Rig Mast has 2 sets of spreaders. Ockums displays are mounted on the mast under the boom. and the base of the spring loaded boom vang is attached at the base of the mast. All halyards are led cleanly and efficiently through turning blocks and lead aft. Two eye rings are mounted on the cabin top just forward of the mast to attach loose halyards or other loose items. Rod rigging throughout hold the mast up.
On the starboard deck a light prizm has been installed to provide extra light over the Navigation Station. Also along both side of the cabin top is a teak handrail to hold onto while moving forward or aft. Cam Cleats, sheet stoppers and winches are carefully installed to maximize time and motion while trimming or changing sails on the cabin top aft and over the companionway. The companionway slide is tinted to allow light in below. Sheet bags and winch handle holders are again appropriately placed for clean efficient use. The companionway slide is also ventillated. Ockum gauges are placed on either side of the companionway as well as stereo speakers for entertainment. Stay track cars are fully adjustable to maximize sail trim.
The back stay trim is forward in the cockpit and the traveller is aft just ahead of the wheel. Large storage lockers are located under the seats on either side of the wheel. The starboard locker contains most of the switches and gauges for operating the engine. A clear plastic coverplate allows the helmsman to see the gauges. The shut off is aft. The gear shift and throttle are on the post in front of the wheel. There is also an autopilot.
Manual Bilge Pump, Shore Power hook up, Radar tower, and rudder post are also aft in the cockpit area. Stern running light is mounted to the aft pulpit.
Going down the companionway ladder which is a stainless steel frame with wood steps, you will immediately recognize that the interior of this boat is set up for racing. Long and large bunks are aft (upper and lower on both sides). The bunks surround the engine box in the middle under the companionway steps. Although you need to move the companionway steps, there is total access to all sides of the engine once you lift the engine cover. Hammocks over top of the top bunks can be used for storing gear with other storage areas under the bunk cushions.
Attractive varnished wood gives the boat a classic comfortable look with the Nav. Station on the Starboard side and the galley on Port. The galley is straight forward with a stainless two burner propane stove/oven and a Stainless galley sink on either side of a large storage locker.The Nav. Station has a curved seat facing forward so seating is comfortable and secure on starboard or port tack. The switch panel is along the starboard side, along with the VHF, and AM/FM/CD Player. The chart table is lighted by a deck prizm overhead. Radar,chart plotter, and Ockam information is also displayed.
Forward to starboard is an open locker for gear or can be a hanging locker. On port is the head. All the way forward, the owner has elected to remove the vee berth and use the space for storing the sails, sheets, and other gear. (All the pieces for the vee berth will be included if you want to restore the berth). Rememeber this boat is set up to race, but it could easily be made into a cruising boat.
2009 Mainsail Renegade/Evolution in excellent condition
older Delivery Mainsail in good condition
2011 #1 Jib Brand New
1999 #2 Kevlar St. Michaels Sails in Good condition (some stains)
2009 #3 Evolution in excellent condition
1999 #1 Kevlar by Quantum in excellent/good condition
2009 Storm Trisail (8 oz) by Rolly Tasker that is New
2009 Storm Jib (8oz) by Rolly Tasker that is also new
2007 #4 Jib by Waagmeister with new sheets attached
Roller Furling Sails:
1997 #1 Jib Blue Poly by Quantum in good condition
1997 #2 Jib Blue Poly by Quantum in good condition
1997 #1 String Lite by Quantum in good condition
1997 #3 Jib White Poly by Quantum in good condition
2002 #1 Jib White Nomex By Renegade/Evolution in excellent condition
1994 #1 Jib, Blue poly by Quantum in fair condition (older)
Older #1 Jib Dacron in Fair condition (age and maker unknown)
1990 .05 oz Radial by North (Fractional) in good condition
1998 .9 oz Reacher by Hathaway,RR (fractional) in excellent condition
1999 1.0 oz Quantum (fractional) in Excellent condition
1999 .5 oz Runner by St. MIchaels Sails (mast head) in Excellent condition
1999 .6 oz Asymmetric by St. Michaels Sails in Excellent shape
1997 .60 oz Asymmetric by Hathaway, RR (fractional) in Excellent shape
Original Yanmar 36M30, 24 horse power Diesel
Fresh water cooled
New starter 2011, New Water pump 2011, new alternator 2011
New aluminum fuel tank in 2007
Port side "L" shaped galley with single stainless steel sink with pressure water and manual faucet.
Top loading refrigerator with Alder Barber 12 volt refrigeration.
CNG two burner gimbled stove with oven.
One Jabsco head with a holding tank and "Y" valve
The sink has a flexible shower head attachment for showering
Teak and Holly cabin sole and nicely finished varnished wood interior with 6' + head room and tan sunbrella upholstery.
Ockum information is displayed at the mast, under the boom and Ockum data and performance information has been collected for many years. There are 2 Standard Horizon DGPS Chart Plotters (new in 2009), Furuno 24 mile radar, and a magnetic compass, depth sounder, plus an auto pilot to help the navigator and helmsman find their destination safely.
For communication there is a new 2011 AIS Receiver VHF Radio. For entertainment there is a CD/ Stereo with interior and cockpit speakers.
30 amp shore power cord, a small inverter, 20 amp battery charger, a new 90 amp Balmar alternator, 2 batteries new in 2009, and a battery management system.
The cabin top has 4 winches and lots of sheet stoppers. 2 Harken winches (one starboard and one port) with dual size drums. 2 Lewmars outside cabin top for multiple uses. On either side of the cockpit are Barient self tailing winches. The Harken Traveler is just forward of the Edson steering helm. The jib is trimmed to fully adjustable Harken cars and is furled with a Harken furler.
3 Slab Jiffy Reef system
Rigid Boom Vang
Flex-o-fold Prop (new in 2011)
2 Spinnaker Poles one standard and one oversized
Mainsail Cover (1999)
misc. tools including wire cutters
MOM, horn life preservers, flares,radar reflector, fenders, 1st aid kit, boat hook, 35# Danforth, 200 ft anchor rode with 10' chain, spare fortress and line sea anchor
|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.|
Bingo is currently located at a yard in Cambridge, Md. on the hard and is available for you to see with an appointment. Please call my cell number 410-310-3476 or send me an e-mail if you have any questions or would like to set up a time to see the boat. A link to pictures #37 & 38 http://www.spinsheet.com/main.asp?page=1301 the Start of Annapolis to Newport 2011. (search for 2011 Annapolis Newport)
David M. Cox, CPYB
Certified Professional Yacht Broker
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