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Dublin Co Dublin Ireland|
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"Moonpath" is a Dehler 36 CWS cruiser designed for short handed sailing. CWS represents the "central winch system" with a primary electric winch near the helm with all control lines lead to this convenient accessible location for the helm. The furling fore sail is on a self-tack track. There is a Stack Pack fully battened main sail on roller cars to facilitate ease of hoist & drop. There are two heads below deck with owners cabin forward with heads. The main saloon is bright and spacious with linear galley to port and a large saloon table with surround seating on three sides. One cabin aft and a second heads. "Moonpath" has served its owners well for Summer cruising however has not been used in recent years.
With wide flat "Deck Strip" covered decks the yacht is easily worked.
Large cockpit with spray hood, side dodgers and pop-on seat cushions.
Athwart ship in the cockpit is the bridge with central Lewmar 43 self tail electric winch with the clutches for running rig on wither side. This is a clever innovation that greatly assist with the control of the yacht from the cockpit when shorthanded.
2 X Lewmar 30 self-tail two speed spinnaker winches.
Whitlock Cobra steering system with stainless steel wheel and instruments on the binnacle.
Silva dome compass.
Dorade vents on coachroof with stailless tube protectors.
There are two flip up seats at the helm.
Anchor locker forward with "Quick" electric windlass with remote control.
Stern boarding ladder.
"Moonpath" offers a bright and spacious saloon with large saloon table with seating on three sides.
Opposite is the linear galley with three-burner cooker, twin sinks and fridge below.
The long work top provides plenty of work top with cupboards above and below.
Starboard aft is a double cabin with dressing seat.
The navigators desk is to starboard with instrumentation and folding seat.
To port the spacious heads with shower, Jabasco toilet and washbag pidgeon holes.
All portholes have blinds.
Eberspacher Warm Air Heating System.
Water heated by calorifier.
Forward is the spacious owners cabin with heads and privacy curtain.
All cabin doors have storage shelving & netting.
CQR anchor & chain.
Anchor windlass remote control & foot control.
Buoy grab pole.
Raymarine ST 4000 autopilot with remote.
Kenwood CD & radio.
Silva 300 digital depth.
Silva digital 220 log.
Nexus wind instruments.
Garmin GPS 4008
RRC radio control receiver.
Standard Horizon GX3000e DSC VHF with cockpit handheld unit.
Quick Aster 700/1000w windlass.
Carbon monoxide alarm.
2 X fire extinguishers.
Waeco fridge with door lock.
ENO 3 burner cooker.
Brass barometer & clock.
Water, fuel and battery indicator dials.
Yacht legs for a tidal berth.
3 X batteries.
Duuble spreader fractional rig on Kemp spar.
Self-tack track on foresail.
Seldén solid vang.
Multi-purchase back stay.
Fully battened main sail by Watson
Roller cars on the main.
Furling foresail by Watson.
Spinnaker & pole.
Genneker by Watson.
Feature of this yacht is the central sheet winch control with primary Lewmar winch controlling sheets and reef lines. Clutches beside the winch on the bridge that is adjacent to the helmsman to facilitate single handed sailing. The benefit of this system has bee documented by John Oakley who has reviewed the 36CWS "A perfectly balanced sailing yacht to windward, Dehler introduced dramatic changes with the design of this yacht"
Replacement Yanmar 3YM diesel with shaft drive. c 15 years old.
Gori 3 blade autoprop.
Upside-down keel (more weight at the bottom) and spade rudder.
Shore power with Sterling management unit.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Yanmar 3YM30|
|Length over all:||36'|
|Length at waterline:||29'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|