The Sydney Yachts name needs no introduction here in Australia.
Sydney Yacht (and Bashford Boats) built yachts for the local market for more than 25 years, with a reputation for sturdy, reliable sailing yachts for Australian coastal sailing.
The Aussie design team of Murray Burns and Dovell were the designers of the Sydney Yachts range that included a number of different 36’s, and this successful production boat was originally aimed to the serious club and IRC racer who could do some cruising and offshore racing if required.
COCOMO is a great example, built originally for Sydney based Charter company Eastsail.
She presents well and features a brand-new Volvo engine, recent rigging replacement, and good inventory of sails. A turn-key sailing yacht.
|Location||Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Sydney|
- Reference Number
- Sydney 36
- Hull Material
- $ 85,000
- Sydney, NSW
- Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Parriwi Road, Mosman NSW, Australia
- Vessel Name
- Launch Year
- October 1998
- 3.43 m
- 2.3 m
- 4800 kg
- Deck Material
- Keel / balast
- Fin with lead bulb
- Murray, Burns, Dovell
- Sydney Yachts
- Registration Number
- Engine Make
- Volvo D1-30
- 30 hp
- Fuel Capacity
- 90 l
- Fuel Type
- Gori Folding propeller on sail drive
- Deck Gear
- Deck gear: All deck gear is Harken, plus Spinlock jammers and stainless-steel rails/ stanchions etc. Winches: 2x Lewmar SS Primary winches - 48 self-tailing 2x Lewmar SS Cabin top winches – 44 self-tailing
- Boom cover, boom tent
- Large open saloon with moulded white gelcoat finish and timber trim. Galley to port and aft, comfortable settee’s/ passage berths down both sides of the saloon with navigation station aft and to starboard. Teak dinning table and teak/ holly veneer floorboards. Forward has a large double cabin with hanging locker and enclosed head to port.
2 x Double bunks aft to port. All cushions covered in grey Leatherette and are in good condition.
Head: Enclosed head forward with Electric flushing toilet, moulded GRP hand basin and hot/cold tap which doubles as a shower.
- Galley: The galley is compact but functional and is part of the moulded furniture with timber fiddles.
- Stainless steel sink, hot/ cold water tap
- Outboard, over counter storage lockers
- Under bench storage
- Lido Junior 2 burner Gas stove
- Insulated Ice Box with bench top access (note- under nav table)
- Safety Gear
- Safety gear to be audited but considered CAT 7 minimum
- 12V battery system with 3-way isolation switch:
- 2 x House Batteries- 80A/H AGM
- 1 x Engine Start battery- 110 A/H AGM
Electrical System: 12V house electrics with 12 breaker switch panel at Nav station for systems onboard
Shore Power charger: 25A Durst Battery charger and shore power cable
- Electronics: B&G Triton sailing electronics with 3 x T41 Displays on mast bracket and 1 in the Cockpit.
- GME GX 558A VHF radio
- GME GD9600 CD Stereo. AM/FM/ CD and 4 speakers
- Plastimo Olympic 135 Binnacle compass mounted on steeering pedestal
- B&G Triton Autopilot
- Sail Inventory
- Main Carbon (race)- Brett Scott Sails- Good
- Main Carbon (twilight)- Ian Short Sails- Tired
- Main Dacron (Delivery)- Fair
- J1 carbon (race)- Ian Short Sails- Good
- J2 carbon (race) -Ian Short Sails- Good
- J3 carbon (race)- Ian Short Sails- Good/ Fair
- J1 re cut Farr 40 jib (twilight)- McDiarmid Sails- Fair
- J2 re cut Farr 40 jib (twilight) - North Sails- Tired
- #2 Dacron (delivery)- Fair
- #4 Dacron- Fair
- #S1 Ian Short (race)- Ian Short Sails- Good
- #S2 Ian Short (race)- Ian Short Sails- Good
- #A1 Brett Scott (race)- Brett Scott Sails- Good
- Mast Rigging
- Note- Standing Rigging replaced in 2020. Anodized Alloy, Masthead Whalespar Mast with 2 x spreaders. Stainless Steel dyform rigging. Boom and spinnaker pole also anodized aluminium. Stainless Steel bowsprit with forestay mounted on the sprit mid-point. This increases headsail area. Harken twin groove head foil Hydraulic control adjustable Backstay All running rigging prepared for racing and in good condition
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