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The Commodore 36 has been a favourite of anyone with an eye for good lines on a proper sea-going boat since the design was first introduced in 1996.
The class has gradually evolved over the years with only minor changes to the hull design, but major improvements to the machinery and fit-out. The latest boats retain the attractive lines and the superb sea-keeping, but are faster and have more modern accommodation than their earlier sisters.
Beam 12 ft 6 in Max Draft 3 ft 7 in Dry Weight 19841.60 lb Hull Material Fiberglass Fuel Capacity 321 gal Length Overall 35 ft 1 in Number of Heads 2 Water Capacity 92.46 gal
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Deck and Hull
Enclosed by bulwarks and solid handrails round the whole boat incorporating fender baskets aft Opening through the rails on either side of the decks for access ashore (optional side and aft deck concealed lights) Electric windlass on foredeck with local controls at both the lower and flybridge helm positions Anchor and 30m. chain cable (option 60m.) Locker in each side of the deck – for 2 gas bottles and deck store Outboard bracket on rails above bathing platform Hinged access gate through the rails aft onto bathing platform Lower Helm Area
Adjustable helm seat (option heave-compensated) Fold-up section of settee providing two further pilot seats Sliding doors providing access to the side decks either side Engine and thruster controls Navigation and communication electronic equipment Overhead electrical control console Dedicated chart table with red light above Accommodations
Central Deck Saloon Comfortable seating for six or more Dining table with folding leaves that stow away under the settee Various locker and drawer units including bottle locker, glasses locker Optional dual voltage fridge/freezer unit Optional radio/CD players in saloon and aft stateroom Two movable seat lockers that can be used to form an occasional double berth (optional link piece and backrest to form second settee) Daily access hatch to engine room Complete sole may be removed for maintenance access round each engine and gearbox and to the stern glands. Aft stateroom Double bed Extensive lockers and drawer units Dressing table with mirror Aft Heads Attached to aft stateroom Shower, manual toilet (option electric) Washbasin set in a dedicated moulded unit with tiled splash back Forward cabin Full length and width ‘V’ berths (optional double conversion) Hanging locker, lockers below side decks either side and lockers below and between the berths Access to the chain locker via a watertight door behind the mirror Forward heads
Aft of the forward cabin Shower, manual toilet (option electrical) Washbasin set in a dedicated moulded unit with tiled splash back Galley
3-burner gas cooker with grill and oven Double sink and mixer tap Worktop (option Corian) with tiled splash back Various lockers and drawers General lighting and dedicated lighting above each worktop Optional deckhead opening through the chart table to give additional light in port Dual voltage fridge/freezer Waste bin set into worktop Flybridge
Perspex wind shield covering the forward to thirds of the flybridge Solid guard rails everywhere Bench seat for 2 or 3 on the port side fitted with removable cushion and helm bench seat for 2 with hinged back and removable cushions for back and base Console in centre of flybridge with engine, thruster, trim tab and steering controls, plus duplicates of the electronic equipment at the lower helm Hinged mast with radar scanner, aerials, sensors etc Optional lifebuoy on line on aft flybridge rail Bathing Platform
Teak slats and an extending MOB/bathing ladder Option life raft and holder just above bathing platform