2001 Cape Dory 36' (10.97 m) Robinhood 36
Essex, Connecticut, United States
2001 Cape Dory Robinhood 36
- Fiberglass Hull
Exceptional cruisers, these Cape Dory's offer the best to be had in cruising capability. Quality of the build is evident throughout the vessel and equates to excellent value .. Although this is configured as a sloop it can be configured as a cutter with an additional babystay. The cutter rig offers the best sail versatility in all conditions. The keel design provides tracking that is exceptional especially for straight line runs/reaches.
LOA: 38' 0'' (11.58 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Beam: 10' 8''
LOD: 36' 1''
LWL: 27' 10''
Draft Max: 5'
Single Berths: 3
Double Berths: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 53 Gallons (200.63 Liters)
Fresh Water: 96 Gallons (363.4 Liters)
Holding Tank: 35 Gallons (132.49 Liters)
Displacement: 16100 lbs
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3JH2
- Engine Year: 2001
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 38.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 2044.00
Generous offset double berth forward sleeps two in comfort with a privacy door and enclosed head/shower cabinet, sink and vanity storage. Head has private access from main salon as well.
Storage under berth.
Hanging locker to starboard.
MAIN SALON features:
L shaped dinette converts to a double portside. Outboard shelving/cabinets.
Starboard side is a single bench seat with outboard storage /shelving
GALLEY is port side with:
Gimballing LPG 3 burner stove, oven
Two SS sinks, hot and cold pressure water
Storage cabinet/Shelving outboard
Large ice box w double door access is aft
Ample counter / drawer spaces
Quarter berth to Starboard (converted to storage use.)
Navigation station is starboard at base of companionway
Ample cockpit space topsides features pedestal steering and storage
Fiberglass reinforced plastic deck and hull
Spartan Bronze ports, chain plates (and deck fittings made by Cape Dory)
Double life lines
SS bow/stern rails and stanchions
port and starboard entrance gates
SS Boarding ladder Starboard side
Aluminum mast and boom Selden Furling Mainsail
Tabs/ forestay for installing Cutter rig. (Currently sloop rigged)
Cutter club foot boom foredeck mounted
2 deck Dorades
2 deck hatches
11 coachroof bronze opening ports
Anchor and rode
Simpson Lawrence electric windlass w power up/down on deck
Edson pedestal steering w 6" Ritchie compass
2 deck hatches w solar vents
2 CQR 36# anchors on bow rollers
Chain/Nylon rode for both anchors
ample counter spaces
Double SS sinks
Hot and cold pressure water
3 burner LPG gimballing stove w oven
Ice box, Sea Frost Freezer
dry storage bin
Slide out drawers
RayMarine St60 depth in cockpit coaming
Garmin GPS (Helm) on pedestal
Raymarine RL70 pathfinder below decks on swingout arm
Standard Horizon Quantum GX2360S VHF w weather/distress calling
JVC stereo disc /CD receiver
Kappa Mainsail: 3 years old, mast furler unit via Selden
Headsail: Furlex Roller, furling line lead aft
Staysail on Selden Club foot boom
Harken travelers on Cutter (self tacking) and Main
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