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1986 Gozzard Cutter

Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada

C$139,000

The Gozzard 36 is very appealing to couples with cruising dreams. And for good reason. From the outside the Gozzard looks attractive with a graceful sheerline and high clipper bow. She carries her beam well aft and still manages to tuck at the stern to look like a well proportioned vessel. 

The boat is solidly built with a true cutter rig with the mast stepped well aft in the boat. Bob Perry says, "This won't win you any races, but it is photogenic and can be fast on a reach". 

Designed by the in-house design team of Ted Gozzard to give a certain group of crusiers something new and different, the Gozzard 36 does offer a couple particular comforts. As a liveaboard home, she has no parallel. The interior layout and the cockpit offer space and accommodations that are simply unimaginable on a 36 foot boat!

Bob Perry reviewd the Gozzard 36 E-Type and summed it up by saying, "Unusual design with attention to detail and cruising convenience". The most "unusual" design element is the very different interior layout. The salon is all the way forward. The result is an expansive interior that is quite dramatic. All the way forward there is a V-shaped settee port and starboard which can slide inward to form a centerline queen! How clever is that? There are panels that can be pulled into place to create a privacy screen. Beautiful living room, amazing guestroom. Your guests will never ever leave! The aft stateroom is also ingenious as it incorporates the nav station, but then closes up for compete privacy with standing room! The galley an actual kitchen. And then there is the dinnette for two. This design offers convenience and ease for a liveaboard couple in a size that is actually manageable for a couple. The boat incredibly appealing with its spacious layout and very, very nice joinery and attention to detail.

The gozzard is a unique boat built for open ocean or coastal sailing. The V-berth slides together to form a double bed, the back rests open for extra storage. The door for the closet flips around to close off the v-berth for privacy . The settee folds out to form a double bed and similarly there is extra storage beehind the backrests. Sliding partition walls also allow for an open concept or to separate areas for privacy. There is a cooktop and oven for meal preps and a portable table insert in the cockpit areas allows for topside dining. The stern of the boat has a section which opens up to provide stern access and a drop down swim ladder in addition to a stern hot and cold water supply. The cockpit is ultra secure with mahogany rails for family security or just that extra safety offshore. There is a new holding tank with macerator for off shore use. New cold and hot water tanks as well as a new fuel tank. The new yanmar engine was installed in 2019 and has been serviced twice yearly since to maintain the warranty. All standing rigging was replaced and reseated into new deck plates in 2019. The running rigging was replaced at the same time. All bright work was redone as well in 2019 and has been maintained. A new electric windlass makes dropping anchor a breeze. The very large Genoa, storm sail and mainsail are inspected and restitched as needed by north sails yearly. There is canvas to cover the two butterfly hatches that allow for extra ventilation on a warm summer day. The cockpit has canvas to fully cover overhead except the dodger canvas needs to be replaced. The head has an inclusive shower, although showering off the stern has been a great alternative. The main electrical panel was inspected in 2019 and the batteries were reconfigured to provide for full battery for engine starting (although not needed) and then switching to house batteries to secure the engine battery in full charge. The quarter berth can sleep one adult or two children. Under the bottom step of the companionway is a cabinet for ready access to safety equipment such as flares and the ship bell. There is a ring life preserver that is secured into the holder near the stern. Dingy davits are fixed onto the stern of the boat to hoist the dingy when underway. The owner is reluctantly selling due to health concerns.

"MADEIRA" is a well updated Gozzard 36 that can take you anywhere in safety.

Updated with:

    2019 Yanamar 4JH45 diesel engine

    Fuel, water, holding and hot water tanks replaced

   Newer running and standing rigging

   Newer head and associated plumbing

   Newer interior upholstery 

   All sails serviced at North Sails

  Hull cleaned and fresh bottom paint

Enjoy this video tour by "Learn the Lines" Youtube channel. 

https://youtu.be/Tu2j6Skguhc

New price to sell before the summer is over. Step up and enjoy a great seaworthy cruiser for the rest of our great weather summer!!

   

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: MADEIRA
Make: Gozzard
Model: Cutter
Year: 1986
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: North Castle Marine
Designer: Ted Gozzard
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36 ft
Waterline Length: 29'6 ft
Beam: 12 ft
Max Draft: 4'9 ft
Displacement: 18,000 lb
Ballast: 6,800 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH45
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 45hp
  • Year: 2019

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 40 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 60 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 22 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Boat Class: Cruisers, Cutter

Contact

Sunnybrook Yachts
Sunnybrook Yachts

Office

Sunnybrook Yachts
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202 PO Box 546
CHESTER, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902 444 4500
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.


Construction

White fiberglass hull; white fiberglass non-skid deck; blue cove stripe; blue boot top; blue bottom; 3/4 keel and skeg hung rudder; bow & stern pulpit; bow sprit with double anchor roller; electric windlass; large anchor locker; double lifelines w/gates; wheel steering; emergency tiller; eight opening ports; 2 hatches with covers; dodger and bimini; cockpit cushions; cockpit shower; fold out transom w/steps; fixed glass windshield

Accommodations

This yacht sleeps six. Access from the cockpit is via a low sill and stair like companionway steps. Louvered and screen doors hinge back against the recessed opening and a sliding screen stows under the spray hood. To starboard there is provision for the navigator ahead of a large quarter berth with folding chart table. Opposite is a large head with wrap around shower curtain and a vented foul weather gear locker aft. The head has a Y-valve and holding tank. Amidships is the galley and dining area. Thought has been given to important details such as garbage bins and vented locker doors. The galley is fully equipped with refrigeration, 3 burner propane stove with oven, microwave, deep double sink with H/C pressure water and manual foot pump, 60 gallon water tank. The dinette converts to a double berth.
The forward cabin separates this boat from all others. This light and well ventilated cabin has opening ports, a skylight and ample storage. The cabin can be made private by raising a sliding bulkhead and closing a folding door. This space can be made an owner’s stateroom by night or a main salon by day. There is a unique design of movable berths which allows for maximum interior space flexibility as two berths, a queen size berth, or comfortable seating. As an owner’s stateroom, the double berth has two side tables and allows room on three sides and provides storage for bedding. As a main salon, there are comfortable settees and finely crafted bookcases.
Interior appointments include: White upholstery;  teak & holly cabin sole.

Engine & Electrical

2019 Yanmar 45hp diesel; Balmar ; 2019 40 gallon fuel capacity; three bladed fixed propeller; oil/water/temp alarm; raw water filter; fuel filter.

The electrical system is maintained by 3 batteries; battery charger; 110 volt shore power with cable; cabin lights; 7 AC power outlet plugs; anchor light; navigation and spreader lights; 5 gal. water heater electrical/engine; fuel, water and waste gauges.

Sails & Rigging

Cutter rig; aluminum mast & boom; mast stepped on deck; 2019 newer stainless steel wire standing rigging and 2019 newer running rigging; Harken furling on both head sails; self tacking stay sail; four Lewmar self-tailing winches; winch handles; topping lift;; sheets; all control lines led aft to cockpit. Easy single handing setup.

Sails inventory includes the following: Mainsail, 125% genoa; Staysail, 

Electronics

Compass at helm; Raymarine Hybridtouch chartplotter at helm; Raytheon ST60 speed; Horizon depth; Raymarine ST60 wind instrument; Standard Horizon VHF with helm Ram Mike; Instruments at the chart table include; Garmin GPSMAP 210; Standard Horizon VHF; Autohelm 6000 Autopilot; Stereo with speakers.

Additional

Bruce style anchor with chain and rode; Maxwell electric windlass; docklines and fenders; boat hook; screened ports and hatches; self storing full cockpit table; Life Sling; fire extinguishers; life jackets; 2019 full custom cover for winter storage and custom cradle; hatch covers

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.

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