“Privateer” CG36 Specs

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Interior plan for S/V “Privateer”:

S/V “Privateer Equipment List:

Engine – 2-cylinder, BMW Diesel – D35, freshwater cooled
Federal coupling- Shaft to transmission
Shaft – 1 ” stainless
Filters – Racor 500 primary filter, 2-micron, Raw water filter- Groco ARC 750
Propeller – 3 blade 16 x 9 RH

Filters – Racor 500 primary filter 2-micron, raw water Groco ARC 750
Rudder– Pintles 7/8″ bronze

A Marinetics 660 master switch panel is located conveniently next to the captain’s starboard quarter-berth
Xantrex 40 amp Battery Charger provides smooth, “smart” charge when plugged in to shore power
Balmar 100 amp hi-output alternator provides rapid charge
Lighting fixtures, Frigast (Denmark), all LED
Batteries: 4 Dyno 220A, 440A total 6 volt in series (new 2011).  We also added a dedicated engine starting battery, wired with the capability to draw off the 4 house batteries in an emergency.
SiriusXM Satellite Radio and CD player lets us listen to tunes in the bush!

Sailing / Navigation Instruments
Brooks & Gatehouse – Depth } Wind } Focus system
Aqua Signal tri-color lamp
Compass – Richie Navigator
Auto Pilot – Navco TP 5500
Garmin 440 GPS, Garmin 480C GPS
Every single paper chart from Seattle to Alaska
VHF/AIS – Standard Horizon GX2100 w/remote cockpit mic

Stove – Luke Heritage, LPG.  3-burner w/ oven, gimballed for use at sea
LPG supply – Deck mounted aluminum tank, with Marinetics solenoid propane shut-off valve 580-581
Refrigeration – Adler-Barber 12v., large freezer/refrigerator under nav. station

Water/Plumbing System:
Hot water – Seaward 6 gallon hot water heater located in engine room.  Hot water supplied to galley sink and head sink
Shower – Hot water line connects to galley sink and out to cockpit for outdoor shower (where the water belongs!)

Water pressure – All water lines are pressurized with a ShurFlo 3.2 gal/min 12V pump.  While at sea, a manual Whale Gusher foot pump in the galley allows us to do the essentials without wasting undue amounts of water and electricity
Head – Groco-K, manual flush w/ holding tank

Interior Equipment
Trawler Lamp

All tanks have 4″ inspection ports and are easily accessible, baffled, located on centerline directly above lead ballast.
Forward – 30 gallons water
Mid – 65 gallons water
Aft -65 gallons water
Fuel – 60 gallons diesel

Holding – Head

Mast – Built by Yacht Riggers, Seattle, WA. Heavy section aluminum with internal halyards, messenger tube, welded gooseneck and winch pads
Boom – 4 to 1 outhaul with internal reefing and stoppers
Bobstay – 5/8″ solid stainless rod
Standing Rigging – All stays are a beefy 3/8″ and lower stays are 5/16″ to external bronze chain plates. Twin backstays. Sta-loc fittings used on all standing rigging
Running Rigging – Yacht braid, color-coded for rapid recognition

Deck Hardware
Hatches – Bowmar aluminum.  1 in the forepeak and 2 in the lazarette
Boarding Ladder – Teak traditional, for safety and ease of boarding dinghy
Lifelines – 30″ high SS stanchions with port and stbd. boarding gates

Winches – Maxwell – 2 primary, 1 main, 1 jib, 1 staysail, 2 staysail sheet, 1 reefing; All oversize and 2 speed self-tailing
Downwind pole – on mast track 3.5″ diameter, with car

Main – triple stitched, 9.5 oz. Dacron 3 reef points
Jib – Profurl system 7.7 oz. Dacron
Yankee cut Staysail – 8.7 oz. Dacron
Cruising Spinnaker – 1.2 oz. Nylon

Anchor System
Windless – Maxwell HZ 600 manual
Rode – 200′ of 5/16″ high test chain, 300′ of 3/4″ 3-strand rope rode, 150′ double-braid rope rode, 30′ of 5/16″ chain
Anchors – 45 lb. CQR primary, 44 lb. Bruce secondary, 60 lb. Forfjord storm anchor

Life raft – Winslow near-coastal 4 man
Immersion suits – 4 adult universal “gumby” suits

EPIRB – 406 mHz registered & up-to-date for every voyage
Ditch Bag – Waterproof, floating bag contains: Handheld VHF, handheld GPS, hi-calorie food, water, distress signals, flashlights, sailing knives
Bilge pumps – Electric Rule 2000 g.p.h., manual Edison 18 g.p.m. operates from helm
Lifering – inscribed ring buoy type
4 Mustang auto/manual-inflate PFDs
Fire Extinguishers – 4 type ABC throughout boat, 1 automatic Halon fire extinguisher in engine compartment
Flare Kit – Parachute rocket type, standard, and orange smoke

Bronze thru-bolted handrails
Dodger – A must-have on any cruise to Alaska–trust me, I’ve done it without!
Sun screen / Awning