1967 CAL 36 Cruiser Sailboat

$44,000.00

Year: 1967
Length:36′
Fuel Type: Diesel
Located In: La Paz, Mexico
Hull Material: Fiberglass

Description

Classic fast passage maker. Lovingly maintained and fully equipped for off-shore cruising. 550 Hours on 2009 Westerbeke diesel, sails from 2011, cutter stay, lazy-jacks  and a cradle, wind vane pilot, watermaker, SSB radio, AIS, Pelagic autopilot (2019), radar, solar, dinghy, updated electronics and loaded with gear and spare parts.
The Cal 36 is a fast-passage maker with a comfortable sea-kindly motion. Considered to be the little sister of the legendary Cal 40, she is stiff and has an easily driven hull form that performs extremely well on all points of sail. Running downwind, she doesn’t have the same squirrelly tendencies of many IOR-era and wide-beam cruising boats and can be easily steered by autopilot in following seas.

Lai Holokai has been meticulously maintained, refit, and updated over the years. She is outfitted for coastal and offshore cruising, is set up to sail short-handed by one or two people, and has generous storage and secure sea-berths. There are custom features both below decks and on deck and all sail handling systems lead to the generous oversized cockpit. All the proper cruising and safety gear, extensive tools, and spares are aboard for the new owner.

Buying a boat in Mexico can have some tax advantages in saving you the State Sales Tax and the boat is already where you want to start Cruising.  When buying a boat in Mexico, all of the title transfer, paperwork and funds transfers are handled in the United States by a Marine Documentation Services Company for your convenience and piece of mind.

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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Lai Holokai

Specs
Builder: Jensen Marine/CAL boats
Designer: C. William Lapworth
Flag of Registry: United States

Dimensions
LOA: 35 ft 5 in
Beam: 10 ft 6 in
LWL: 27 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 8 in
Displacement: 11000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in

Engines
Total Power: 30 HP

Engine
Engine Brand: Westerbeke
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model: 35D
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 475
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: V Drive
Engine Power: 30 HP

Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 2300 RPM

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (20 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (14 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1

Electronics
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Wind speed and direction – Raymarine i60
Repeater(s)
Autopilot – Pelagic tiller pilot
Compass – Ritchie
GPS – Garmin 230
VHF – Standard Horizon and handheld Icom
Radar – Autohelm 24 miles
Radar Detector
CD player
Cockpit speakers

Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger – Lewco 40 amp
Heating – 120 VAC portable cabin heater
Fresh water maker – power survivor PUR 40 12 VDC
Sea water pump – in galley sink
Oven – Hillerange 2 burners with oven
Marine head
Refrigerator – 12 VDC

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Inverter – Newmar 1500 Watt & Westmarine 140 Watt
Electrical Circuit: 12V

Outside Equipment/Extras
Solar panel – 160 Watts
Cockpit cushions
Swimming ladder
Radar reflector
Tender – 9′ inflatable with 2.5 HP Suzuki (2019)
Liferaft – Avon 4 person – need service
Total Liferaft Capacity: 4
Electric windlass

Covers
Bimini Top
Spray hood
Lazy bag
Lazyjacks

Layout:
Behind the chain locker is a V-Berth with a vanity to port and a hanging locker to starboard. Going aft is the head with a hanging locker. Salon between the forward section and the galley with an L shape settee pull-out dinette berth to port, a drop leaf table separating the port settee from the straight shape starboard settee. On both sides there is an ample storage. To port and further aft towards the companionway, is an L shape galley and to the starboard is the navigation table with the electrical switchboard and instruments. To the starboard and aft is the quarter berth, deep under the cockpit. 6’1″ headroom through-out the boat.

Engine
Re powered at 2009 with a brand new Westerbeke 35D, 30 HP and transmission with only 475 hours!!! As good as new!!! This engine will move you at 6 knots with 2300 RPM’s at only 0.6 G/H!!!

Tankage
Diesel: 20 Gallons tank (2016 new) + 25 Gallons in jugs.

Water: 20 Gallons tank + 15 Gallons in jugs.

Waste: 14 Gallons bladder (in poor shape). Needs a new bladder. All plumbing is good.

Accommodations
Sleeps 5 comfortably: 2 in V-Berth, 2 in salon and 1 in quarter berth.

6’1″ headroom.

Galley
L shape galley to port side after companionway steps. Two #20 propane tanks in separate cockpit locker feed a “Seaward Hillerange” 2 burner stove/oven. Single stainless-steel sink with a manual foot pump for seawater and freshwater (Seawater pump needs service).
12 VDC fridge. Full kitchenware pots & pans and storage boxes.

Additional Information
Steering:
Self-steering wind vane – Fleming Global 401 with small & large vanes.
2009 – New rudder (larger rudder taken from a CAL 39) for better balance.
2014 – New emergency tiller.

Rigging:
CAL 40 Mast, boom, spinnaker pole
Oversized standing rigging
2009 – Spars repainted with “Epifanes” Polyurethane.
2012 – New spreaders (Epoxy laminated spruce)
2013 – New tiller.
2013 – New chainplates.
2013 – All standing rigging removed and checked.
2019 – Some running rigging replaced.

Covers/Canvas:
2007 – Whole boat cover.
2013 – New dodger and acrylic windows
2014 – New interior upholstery and custom foam cushions.
2019 – New bimini.
2019 – New UK sails lazy-jacks and sail-bag.

Sails:
2011 – New mainsail, 100% jib, 120% Genoa and Asymmetrical spinnaker Ullman Sails.
2011 – Stay-sail, symmetrical spinnaker, drifter & storm jib were checked & serviced.

Electricity:
2019 – 160 Watts solar panel.
2019 – New start battery.
2018 – New house batteries (4X6V) and watering system.
2010 – New 12 VDC fridge installed.

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.