With almost 800 launched, the Islander 36 has proven one of the most popular 36' sailboats ever built, and remains one of the most active one-design fleets on the Bay. With the deep keel option (which this vessel has), skeg hung rudder and keel-stepped mast, the I-36 is a stiff boat that handles the typical Bay summer winds with aplomb while also doing well in light airs.
And not surprisingly with her comfortable cockpit and spacious interior, the design is also well-suited for cruising and you regularly see them heading to Mexico and points South as part of the Baja Ha-Ha fleet. For more comments and insight on this U.S.-built classic, do a Google search for "Islander 36", then link to the I-36 Owner's Association.
This particular example has only had two owners since new and is in nice shape with a Perkins 4-108 diesel (not the pesky Pathfinder found on many Islander 36s of this vintage!), the sails are in good shape, the boat has a radar and and an autopilot, a dodger, roller furler and refrigeration AND is real competitively priced--all in all a nice package!
V-berth with insert forward, head next aft port side with hanging locker across starboard. Aft to salon with settees port and starboard with clever folding bulkhead-mounted dinnette centerline. Next aft port is nav with large quarter berth far aft, galley starboard side across from nav table. Note oiled teak interior shows very nicely, 6'4 headroom.
Deep stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water (6 gal. hot water heater), large ice box with Adler-Barbour refrigeration, Origo two burner alcohol stove with oven, Origo microwave. Manual pump head.
110V AC / 12V DC. 30 amp shorepower service, four deep cycle Group 24 batteries (2016) with parallel switch.
Radar, Raymarine autopilot, wind speed/direction depth sounder, VHF radio.
Aluminum keel-stepped mast with double spreaders, 1x19 stainless steel shrouds, eight year year old full batten main and 110% jib on ProFurl roller furler. Two #46 Anderson self tailing winches, two #26 Barients, single #10 Barient.
Hand-laid FRP hull with cored decks, lead fin keel (deep keel option) and spade rudder, last bottom painted mid 2017.
Four cylinder fresh water cooled Perkins diesel totally rebuilt in 1994 by List Marine, about 1,300 hours since rebuild and last serviced (also by List) in July 2018, recent engine work include new fuel injector pump, new raw water pump and new starter motor.