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|Aangeboden door||Curtis Stokes & Associates|
Karen Marie is an excellent example of the Union 36, a popular and well-known version of the Robert Perry design. She is a stout bluewater cruiser built to cross oceans in comfort and style. She was built in Taipei Taiwan at the Union Ship Co. and commissioned at Port Clinton Ohio. Her Full Keel provides excellent tracking While the cut-away fore foot provide response and maneuverability.
Karen Marie Has been lovingly cared for and upgraded by her current and 2nd owner for over 30 years. From Keel to Masthead she is in excellent condition. The decks were replaced, with no screws, Her bright work is to be seen to be really appreciated, the rig is sound and was recently replaced, the original sails are still crisp. Below decks She is immaculate headliner to cabin sole with many upgrades and improvements. The current owner's craftsmanship is exhibited through-out the vessel. The engine compartment is equally as clean and tidy. Please see the photos and full descriptions for all the details and recent improvements.
You can board Karen Marie through life-line gates to port or starboard. She has good access to the forward decks with wide side decks and protective bullworks and life-lines. The cockpit is open and large enough for four to sit comfortably. There is a rebuilt helm-seat at the beautiful teak binakle which holds a "Heritage Skylight" brass compass. All the teak is in excellent condition. Below deck the main cabin is accessed from the cockpit through the companionway down 4 steps.
To starboard is a large chart table with drawers and a cabinet. VHF radio, chart plotter and electrical switches are all in reach. There is a roomy quarter-berth aft of this, with access to the engine compartment.
To port is a very functional galley with a 3 burner stove + oven, a large 2 bin basin with 2 bronze faucets and plenty of storage in beautifully ornate cabinetry.
Forward of the Galley the salon has a large U-shape setee with dining table to port and a pull-out sofa/bed to starboard. Much of the wood work is custom and beautifully crafted. Above the table is a brass lamp and a raised "Butter-Fly" hatch. There are six opening ports in the main cabin.
Entering the forward cabin there is a foyer with a hatch over head, a hanging locker to starboard, below an opening port, and the head is to port. The cleverly designed doors expand the head to include the foyer upon opening for a large private head and shower. The V-berth, forward is comfortable for 2 and has plenty of storage. There is ventilation from the overhead hatch.
|Drinkwatertank||529.96 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||378.54 l ()|
|Afvalwatertank||56.78 l ()|