Suited to both inland, river and coastal cruising the Linssen 36SL sleeps 6 in two cabins and convertible dinette seating area. One head and shower, upper and lower steering positions. Built to Linssen exacting standards with the upmost attention to detail aesthetically, durability and safety. Teak decking on all decks and Cherrywood interior.
For more information please contact Vaughan Browne at Boat Showrooms of London:
Tel: 01932 260261
LOA - 36ft 1ins
Beam - 11ft 3ins
Draft - 4ft 1ins
Fuel capacity - 2 X 227 Ltrs
Fresh water capacity - 2 X 227 Ltrs
Holding tank capacity - 150 Ltrs
1 X Volvo Penta TMD, 6 Cylinders
Hours run - 1,450
Maximum cruising speed - 9 Knots
1 Engine battery in 1 of 140 Ah rated at 12V - New in 2015
2 Domestic batteries 113 Ah rated at 12V - New in 2010
Linssen shore power system
Generator 5KVA/4,0kW, type Paguro
Raytheon RL70 pathfinder radar display
Raymarine VHF/DSC radio
NASA Target navtex
Xantrex link 20 two battery bank
Sumlog SL electronic log
Raymarine ST 60 compass
VDO fuel and depth gauges
Wema water gauge for domestic water tank
Water temp guage
Sealand holding tank level guage
2 Volt meters
Sumlog SL electronic log
Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
Raytheon RL70 pathfinder twin chart plotter
VDO depth guage
Volvo rev counter
The 36 SL is a classic Linssen both in terms of design and build quality; the hull design is perfectly suited to most sea conditions and her heavy construction provides extra safety. The saloon offers magnificent views through the deck saloon windows and the galley and dinette on the lower levels gives a great private dining area. In terms of build; Linssen are rightly reputed to build the finest steel displacement motor yachts in the world - this is evident in the interior finishes and in the behind the scenes engineering that makes this an incredibly durable and sea worthy vessel.
The current owner has kept this Linssen at Poole yacht club and sailed her around the south coast and across to the channel islands. Prior to this the vessel spent much time in Spain and most of it's life on the European canals.
Last out the water and antifouled - March 2016, and every 12 months prior.
Last surveyed - December 2010, report available.
Polished S/S rails wtih guard chain. S/S grab rails on wheelhouse top
Aluminium hatch with tinted glass in saloon deck
Upper steering wheel
20k Bruce type anchor.
Vetus electric windlass with warping drum and chain gypsy
Swim ladder with teak steps and hinged extension
Bathing platform shower with cold water tap
Deck boxes on aft deck area
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.