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Old 02-24-2010
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Amazing Boat For The Discriminating Buyer

Hi All,

I wanted to let you guys know of a boat that has recently been announced for sale. I DO NOT normally do this but this boat is absolutely beautiful.

My buddy Tim, who is as anal retentive as I am, has decided to sell his 1985 Ericson 35-3 to go off cruising in a bigger boat. This boat is a "two percenter" (less than 2% of boats on the market are in this good of shape). She is also fast...

For the discriminating buyer this is a hell of a boat. She has THOUSANDS of hours of labor in her plus nearly new everything including 2010 topside refinishing in Imron. I would not personally recommend it if it were not an exceptional boat.

This boat is not being sold through a broker so if you want contact info / pricing please PM me.

Just some quick info:

  • Standard Horizon VHF with cockpit RAM
  • HD AM/FM DVD player with remote
  • Battery charger
  • Profile tank monitor(water and holding)
  • Victron BMV-602 battery monitor
  • 12v refrigeration
  • 12v vacuum
  • Garmin 3206 chartplotter with radar
Other Equipment:
Dodger, bimini(and connector), dock lines, fenders(with covers), Lifesling, Jimbuoy, , 2 sets of ground tackle including 35lb Manson Supreme and Danforth anchors, boom tent, Fairclough winter cover and frame, engine spares, throughhull plugs,

New parts since 2006:
  • Hydraulic backstay adjuster
  • Hurth Transmission
  • 12v starting battery
  • 2 – 6v house batteries
  • Garmin Chartplotter
  • Exhaust riser
  • Flexofold folding 2 blade prop
  • VSD fresh water pump
  • Pedestal cover(sunbrella)
  • Main cover(sunbrella)
  • Teak handrails(exterior)
  • Lasdrop dripless packing
  • Fairclough winter cover(mast down)
  • Hot water heater(6 gal Isotherm)
  • Standing rigging
  • Shower sprayer
  • Bilge pumps
  • Genoa
  • Garmin Radar(overlaid)
  • Folding 40” wheel
  • Toilet
  • Holding tank and hoses
  • Pump out fitting
  • Pump out pump
  • Portlights
  • Hatches
  • Tank level monitoring system
  • Battery monitor
  • Ground tackle
  • Galley sink and faucet
  • Stereo/DVD player
  • Speedseal raw water pump cover
  • Main Sail (full batten)
  • Lifelines
  • Line clutches
  • Primary Harken 46st winches(chrome plated bronze)
  • Interior lighting fixtures
  • Sensibulb LEDs for new fixtures
  • Teak Cockpit table
  • All Instruments(Raymarine ST60+)
  • Autopilot(Raymarine S1)
  • Rudder position sensor
  • Various running rigging
  • Shift and throttle cables
  • Hull stripped to original gelcoat, moisture checked and sealed with barrier coat(Interlux 2000E)
  • All spars stripped and repainted(2 part Urethane)
  • All interior woodwork stripped, cleaned and varnished
  • Interior veneer replaced where necessary
  • Pedestal refinished and new pedestal guard installed
  • Topsides repainted(base/clear) with Imron in 2010
Other Mods:
  • Added cleanout port to fuel tank
  • Added larger bowl to toilet
  • Created larger trash cabinet door to accommodate larger galley sink and faucet
  • Added washdown pump
  • Added clear panels to dodger for better visibility
  • Rebuilt raw water pump
Delivery options available within NE.

Full Disclosure: I am in no way associated with this sale other than the fact that I am a friend of Tim's and know the boat very, very well. There is one very interested party but no "deal" as of yet. I wanted yo let you guys be some of the first to publicly, other than word of mouth, have a crack at this boat..
-Maine Sail / CS-36T

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Last edited by Maine Sail; 02-24-2010 at 02:48 PM.
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