This Bayfield 36 Cutter is an amazingly roomy boat with two double staterooms, a tub in the head and a large chart table. She has 2014 sails and a 2017 Radar. She is has been in fresh water most of her life (Georgian Bay & the Saint John River); as such, she is a rarity in eastern Canada.
White fiberglass hull with blue shear strake; white non-skid decks and deckhouse; 6,500# lead ballast; blue boottop; blue bottom paint; Hinkle wheel steering; emergency tiller; bow and stern pulpits; double lifelines with gates port and starboard; 4 - Atkins & Hoyle hatches plus a butterfly hatch above the main saloon; 10 Atkins & Hoyle cast aluminum opening ports; 2 Dorade vents; Dodger; Bimini cockpit awning with connector to the dodger; solid teak rub-rails, eye-brows, and deck trim.
The yacht sleeps 6 to 7 and has 6’2” headroom.
There is a large forward stateroom with double berth to port with seat and lockers to starboard; there is a large head to port with a fiberglass tub and shower along with a vanity, sink, linen storage and marine toilet connected to a ‘Y’ valve and a holding tank. There is a chart table opposite the head, to starboard, with a folding seat. The main cabin has an ‘L’ shaped settee to port, which has a filler to make a double berth. There is a drop-leaf table amidships; a settee to starboard; the galley is aft to starboard with a double quarter-berth stateroom to port with a hanging locker.
The galley has a 3 burner LPG stove with oven, double stainless steel sinks; ice box with Norcold 12 volt refrigeration and much counter and locker space. There is a 40 gallon fresh water capacity; hot and cold pressure water; hot water is provided by the engine or by shore power.
The interior is finished in oiled teak with a teak and holly sole, beige/blue fabric upholstery, curtains and a fiberglass headliner.
1987 Yanmar 44 HP, model JHE; fresh water cooling (heat exchanger); 210 ltr. fuel tank; 6 kt. Cruising speed; bilge blower; fume detector; msc. spare parts; 3 bladed fixed propeller.
The yacht has both 12 volt DC and 110 volt AC systems. The 12 volt system is supplied by an alternator on the engine through a selector switch to 3 lead-acid batteries; the 110 volt system is supplied by shore-power connection; 50’ – 30 amp shore cord; circuit breakers; a full complement of cabin, navigation, spreader and anchor/mast-head lights; Xpower 1000 watt inverter; automatic battery charger.
All by North – 2014 Mainsail; 1987 Mainsail; 2014 Genoa; 1987 Genoa; 1987 Staysail (hanked-on); blue mainsail cover; slab reefing on the mainsail.
Aluminum mast & boom; stainless steel standing rigging; Harken roller-furling gear; mast is stepped on the keel; 9 Lewmar winches: 4 X #40 sheet winches; 5 X #16 sheet and halyard winches; whisker pole; boom vang; topping lift; inclinometer; internal halyards.
Icom #504 VHF; compass mounted on the wheel pedestal; Raymarine ‘Tri-Data’: depth sounder, speedometer & log; Raymarine wind speed indicator; Raymarine #3000 autopilot; Raymarine Quantum ‘Axium’ Radar (2017); stereo.
3 anchors w/ rodes; electric & manual bilge pumps; steel cradle; dock-lines & fenders; fender-board; boat hook; 3 fire extinguishers; life ring; man-overboard pole; cockpit cushions; boarding ladder; clock & barometer; barbeque; dishes & cutlery; engine & equipment manuals.