This vessel is a 1969 model C-36 constructed by Columbia Yachts, California. The Columbia 36 is a modern moderate fin keeled masthead sloop rigged sailing auxiliary. The Columbia 36 is designed as a coastwise and limited offshore cruising sailboat. This Columbia has a 'performance' hull underbody with a deep deadrise V forward entry tapering quickly into a moderate 'U-shaped’ forefoot which transitions along rounded chines into a tapered externally ballasted fin keel and hydrodynamic balanced spade rudder. Her
quarters are broad and develop into a slightly rounded straight transom.
She sailed to Hawaii from California not long ago. Beautifully upgraded Classic Columbia 36 Sloop.
Easy to show at Pearl Harbor "Rainbow Marina". Big price
reduction. Must sell!
VESSEL NAME: : “YETZIRAH”
MODEL : C 36
REG.# : USCG 171769
YEAR BUILT : 1969
HULL ID NO. :
DESIGNER/BUILDER : William Crealock/ColumbiaYachts
L.O.A. : 37ft. 06 in. with windvane
L.O.A. (listed) : 35 ft.08 in.
EST. L.W.L. : 27 ft. 08 in. (listed)
BEAM : 10 ft. 06 in.
DRAFT : 5 ft. 05 in.
DISPLACEMENT : 12,000 lbs.
BALLAST/TYPE : 5,000 lbs. (listed)/Lead fin keel
SAIL AREA : 566.4 Sq. Ft. (all dimensions listed)
SAIL AREA (MAIN) : 242.5 Sq. Ft.
FORE TRIANGLE : 313.5 Sq. Ft.
THEORETICAL HULL SPEED : 8.0 Knots
MANUFACTURER : Beta Marine
MODEL NUMBER : B-25-HE
SERIAL NO. : 6Z6343
FUEL TYPE : Diesel
HORSEPOWER : 25
YEAR : 2003
ENGINE HOURS : Digital display inoperable (300 est. reported)
COOLING : Fresh water, Heat Exchanger
CYLINDER : 2 cyl.
GEAR BOX : Twin Disc TMC 40P
SERIAL NO. : 180770
RATIO : 2:10
TANK #1 : Diesel CONSTR: Aluminum CAPACITY: 25 gals.
TANK #2 : Water CONSTR: FRP CAPACITY: 25 gals.
TANK #3 : CHT CONSTR: Poly CAPACITY: 6 gals.
* Icom IC M-402 25 watt VHF radio-operational
* Sitex GO XSE 7” networkable GPS display in cockpit
* Raymarine ST40 Bidata depth and knotmeter in cockpit
* Danforth Constellation 6 inch lighted binnacle compass
* JRC Radar 1000 16 mile radar-operational
* Delorme Inreach Explorer satelite text data device
* INTERNATIONAL RUNNING LIGHTS
* Marpol “Trash” and “No Discharge of Oil” placards
35# CQR plow anchor with a reported 30 ft. of 5/16”chain and 300' 1/2” nylon twist rode
25 # Danforth with 15' 5/16” chain and 300' 5/8” nylon twist rode.
4 red handheld flares, 4 meteor expiring 02-2021
4 each USCG type II life jackets and 1x type III life jacket
Lifesling type IV device on stern rail
Rule 1500 auto manual bilge pump and shower sump pump
Jabsco diaphram auto/manual electric bilge pump
Whale Gusher 25 manual bilge pump
Four each 10-B:C size 1 fire extinguishers
Short emergency tiller
FIRST AID KIT
* Full fixed Dodger with 120 watt Solar panel
* Pedestal steering
* West marine clock and Weems and Plath barometer
* 110 AC 20 amp dock cord
* Deck light on radar mast
* Mechanical vang and Locks and jammers
* Spinnaker pole
* Assorted spare lines and fenders
* 2 winch handles
* Magma rail mounted LPG bottle BBQ
* 6x 5 gallon plastic Diesel jugs, four on rail
* Zodiac inflatable soft bottom dinghy with oars
HIN # XDCR1588K798
* Penn 225 LD reel with rod, assorted fishing gear.
Below decks the vessel provides accommodations in two general cabin areas. At the forward is the forepeak with double berthing with hanging lockers and shelves , followed to port by the head with manual Jabsco toilet, round sink with pressure water, shower wand and vanity. Directly aft is a main salon which includes port side settee with a fold up double size settee table and a fold out seat from the
galley side allowing seating up to 8. A Natural gas heater vented up to the deck near the mast is provided also .To starboard aft the forepeak is a small navigation table and then proceeds to a galley with counter, a dual deep basin sink and Gas Systems CNG three burner range. Either side under cockpits seats are two pilot berths finishing the main cabin.
The engine is located below the cockpit ladder and is very accessible by removable steps and aft panel.
The interior of the vessel is lined in teak and vinyl. Teak veneer trim, and cabinetry is used liberally along the interior hull sides is newer and in above average condition. The cabin sole is teak plank veneer in good condition. All interior
accommodations have a good finish and upholstery. Considerable cabinetry replacement and refinish has been performed.
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.