Sundowner Tug 36'
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|Lying||Seattle - Shown By Appointment|
|Fuel capacity||300.0 G Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||75.0 G Total - 1 Tanks|
|Holding tank capacity||30.0 G Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 135hp|
|Perkins Sabre Naturally Aspirated (2004)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 800|
|Engine Cooled||Fresh Water|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||2.0 G /hour At Cruising Speed|
|Cruising speed (approx)||8 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||9.5 knots|
In 2004, this 36' Sundowner was repowered with a Perkins Sabre 135HP naturally aspirated diesel engine. Since the repower, the owner has put only 800 hours on the engine - it has many years of reliable cruising ahead of it. Honda 1000W portable generator included, but not installed.
12 volt, 2 batteries charged by: engine, shore power
GRP Construction with semi-displacement underwater profile, gelcoat finish
Sundowner Tugs are sturdily-built Trawlers well suited to the Pacific Northwest. The 36' has the classic tug profile and operates very economically burning only 2 gallons per hour at cruise. With an estimated range of 1000 nautical miles, this Tug is ready to explore coves and passages throughout the Salish Sea.
|Hot water system|
|Heads||1 heads (Vac flush)|
Enter the master stateroom through the companionway in the cockpit. The master suite consists of a double berth to port, plus a built in desk, two hanging lockers, bookshelf and nightstand.
Up three steps from the master stateroom is the main cabin area. To the starboard is a huge U-shaped dinette with high-low table. To port is a linear galley consisting of fridge/freezer combo, propane stove/oven, dual sink, plus ample drawer storage and cabinets. Forward of the U-shaped dinette is the lower helm with forward facing seating for a captain and two passengers. On a warm day, the pilot house doors on either side can be opened to let a cooling breeze in.
Down from the lower helm is the forward stateroom with a large V-berth, storage areas below, hanging locker, and access to the chain/rode in the anchor locker. A toaster and microwave are in the forward stateroom to allow for more counter space in the galley.
The head is adjacent to the forward stateroom. It consists of a newly installed vacuflush head and a shower stall with seat. The holding system is a Raritan LectraSan Hold-n-Treat Type I MSD -- which reduces trips to the pump out station while respecting the environment.
The interior is heated with a Webasto Forced Air Diesel Heating System.
4 berths with 1 doubles and 2 singles in 3 cabin(s) 2 burner gas cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
Raymarine C-70 Radar/Chartplotter/GPS. Raymarine DS400X Fishfinder. Simrad CP-33 Chartplotter/GPS. ICOM IC-M422 DSC VHF Radio.
Benmar Autopilot onboard, but not working.
Electric Ideal Windlass
100'0" of chain
100'0" of warp
Rowing Style dinghy (unknown year)
2.5hp outboard, Tohatsu, Short Shaft (unknown year)
The side decks are easy to walk around and the foredeck is also accessible through pilothouse doors on each side. Included, but not pictured is an Avon inflatable roll up dinghy with 2.5HP Tohatsu outboard. On deck is a fiberglass rowing dinghy with mast/boom rig to lower it. 12V Ideal electric windlass and samson post on the foredeck.
2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 2 Electric)