The Cromarty 36 came from the board of Wyatt and Freeman who established their reputation with the Fisher range of motor-sailers. Taking many of the desirable design features from the Fisher's the Cromarty was a design focused on sailing performance.
Lovingly cared for FYNE LADY is a late example of the class. With her blue hull, white decks and extensive use of high-quality stainless steel fittings throughout she catches the eye in any harbour. Offered for sale with a comprehensive inventory which includes in mast furling mainsail, Eberspacher heating, twin chart plotters and stand-alone radar she is set up for coastal cruising and well suited to the Scottish climate.
The vendor is making the change to a powerboat and would seriously consider a part exchange option against a capable powerboat of around 30' in length.
Lying in Tarbert Argyll viewing is by prior appointment.
The ketch rigged Cromarty 36 has a reputation for sailing well and with all lines lead aft to the helm position at the aft end of the wheelhouse superstructure she is easily handled.
Canvas work cleaned and serviced annually by local sailmaker.
The raised superstructure of the deck saloon on the dominates the deck layout of the Cromarty 36. Like other Wyatt and Freeman designs she benefits from sensible side decks clear of obstructions with stout moulded bulwarks outboard providing additional security.
The elevated saloon enjoys panoramic views from the large superstructure windows pouring lighting into the living spaces below decks. Throughout the interior consideration has obviously been given to living aboard while at seas with everything close at hand and a wide selection of storage in each cabin. Furniture is constructed of teak finished in a satin varnish with the traditional teak and holly sole boards.
Summary of accommodation from forward:
Forward Cabin - Two well sized single bunks in a stepped configuration with the elevated bunk to port. Both bunks fitted with lee cloths. Large opening deck hatch providing ventilation and light. Fiddled shelves run the length of the bunks outboard. A selection of cave lockers are provided below the port bunk and at the aft end of the starboard bunk. With a small dresser unit aft to port.
Summary of accommodation from forward:
Forward Heads - Located in a dedicated compartment to port. Compartment constructed in an easy clean moulding with teak trims and sole grating. Manual marine toilet, stainless steel wash hand basin with faucet which extends to become a shower head and large vanity unit outboard.
Galley - Generous for the size of boat, configured in a U-shape with wrap around counter top fitted with fiddles. Twin stainless steel sinks forward, two ring gas stove outboard, front loading fridge with freezer compartment aft. A large top loading coolbox compartment is provided under the counter outboard aft. A good selection of lockers for food stuffs and utensils is provided below the counter, overhead and opposite on the port side of the passageway forward.
Nav Station - Port side of saloon area. Forward facing navigators seat with chart table. Navigation instrumentation mounted forward of chart table with master engine ignition panel outboard. Storage provided within chart table and in locker beneath. Autopilot joystick and secondary engine control station provide internal helm station.
Saloon - Split level with lower sole in central section. Panoramic views from seating. Elevated wrap around U-shaped settee to starboard with large drop leaf saloon table. Double bench seat elevated to port. Table opens out to serve port side seating also. Starboard seating converts to large double berth. Huge storage locker provided beneath the starboard seating.
Aft Cabin - The master cabin with en-suite access to the aft heads. State room style fit out with two large single bunks port and starboard, both fitted with lee cloths. Central seat between bunks. Selection of storage provided outboard of bunks and overhead aft. Large storage locker forward to port.
Aft heads - Port side of aft cabin forward. Compartment constructed in an easy clean moulding with teak trims and sole grating. Manual marine toilet, stainless steel wash hand basin with faucet which extends to become a shower head.
The engine is located within a dedicated machinery space beneath the saloon sole. The space is accessed by lifting the central saloon soleboards, the central bearer also being removable. Excellent access is provided all around the engine and sterngear. The various pumps for the water and deck wash systems along with the calorifier are also fitted within the compartment.
The engine is fitted with Twin alternators, one serving each battery bank. The boat also has a hard wired 240v battery charger to charge batteries when on shore power.
In this case we are acting as brokers only.The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.