Motivated to sell! $27,000 OBO
1984 Gulfstar 36: Nice sailing boat–one of the last made by Gulfstar–a pure sailing auxiliary, unlike their earlier motorsailers. Well-maintained, well-equipped for cruising, handles well in all sea conditions, comfortable liveaboard, 4’10” draft great for getting into those skinny waters, great storage. Her roomy interior will surprise you. Contact Ron for more information.
Starboard settee pulls out to make a double berth
Galley with lots of storage
Nav station. Top will flip out to make large desk for charting
Large quarter berth that we’ve used for storage
Battery monitor, USB ports
Two-burner propane stove and oven
Double stainless sink with new faucet
Cabinet across from head includes shelves, hanging locker, storage under.
Very large solid wood table opens up both sides
Large Adler-Barbour reefer includes a large freezer box.
Looking aft to galley area with lots of storage
Separate shower compartment in head
Roomy head with manual toilet
Roller furling jib, main seldom used (because we mostly “granny sail”) is like new; dinghy davits w/ solar panel, solar panels atop hard bimini (for total of 300 amps); Autohelm 4000 autopilot, Adler Barbour refrigeration, Simrad instruments (2016)–speed, depth, wind; updated LED lighting, USB ports at nav station and companionway, WiFi booster, self tailing winches, Perkins 4.108 engine, Raritan head, separate shower stall, large v-berth with custom mattress (king size– 80″ at widest point, 80″ long at foot), new settee cushions (foam and fabric 2016) in main cabin, roomy comfortable cockpit with lazarette storage, propane tank compartment under helm seat. Superior storage throughout, great ventilation with opening ports, dorade vents, hatches. Large v-berth, starboard settee pulls out to make a double berth. Very large quarterberth could easily sleep two, though we converted to storage space while living aboard in Florida. Two 40-gallon water tanks, located under port and starboard settees. 30-gallon holding tank under v-berth. Head includes separate shower stall, shower sump recently replaced.
Boat originally from Great Lakes, spent several years as a live aboard, cruising the East Coast, Bahamas, and SW Florida before returning to the Great Lakes in 2015. Has been stored indoors (cold) during winter since return to Great Lakes.
Practical Sailor review of Gulfstar 36