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Contact: Brenda Flower
Tel: (705) 528-9979
Email: [email protected]
Monk 36 Trawler - 1998
Hull Type
39' 10" (w/pulpit and platform)
Semi Displacement Clearance
17' 10" (top of mast)
320 gal
120 gal
45 gal
18,000 lbs (Dry)
Cummins 5.9L, 220hp, 2732 hours, FWC
Nova Scotia-built Classic Diesel Trawler
Economical Single Engine Diesel Performance
Fore and aft staterooms, two heads, large enclosed bridge area
Beautiful teak interior, exceptional galley layout
Current SAMS Survey
The Monk 36 has long been considered one of the premier coastal cruisers with a reputation for sound construction
and elegant style. With a semi-displacement hull and single diesel engine, she is well adapted for extended cruising
with comfortable sleeping accommodations, a very functional galley and great fuel economy. Fore and aft staterooms
sleep four in comfort, with accommodation for two more in the salon if necessary, with the convenience of two heads
for maximum privacy. Large salon windows provide great natural cooling and lighting and two heat/air units allow fine
tuning for maximum comfort when required.
Up top, a large, fully enclosed bridge provides helm seating forward and additional seating for passengers aft. Wide
side decks with raised gunnels and a solid rail system provide safe access to deck areas, and salon side doors allow
the captain to move quickly from the lower helm station to assist with lines when docking or casting-off. The functional
mast and boom traditionally used for a staysail can also serve as a hoist for a small dinghy.
The saloon, with galley and dinette, is finished in rich teak cabinetry and paneling with teak and holly flooring. Galley
storage is very good with a full, standup refrigerator freezer, a three-burner stove with oven and double stainless steel
sink. Two steps down are the forward stateroom with twin berths and forward head. The master stateroom has an
island queen berth and private head with separate shower stall, plus a nine-foot-long hanging locker on the port side
and eight feet of drawers and storage lockers on the starboard side.
Additional features noted include: bow and stern thrusters, 8.0kW generator, 2800W inverter, dual zone air/reverse
heat, windlass with deck controls, lower helm station with electronics. According to the Power Boat Guide, her single
220-hp Cummins diesel engine will deliver a comfortable 10-knot cruise consuming about five gallons of fuel an hour.
Top speed is around 12 knots and the 320 gallon fuel capacity allows a cruising range of better than 600 miles (i.e. a
Loop-friendly level of performance).
This Monk 36 comes with an impressive list of recent upgrades and a 2016 SAMS survey showing hull and decks to be
free of any major structural or moisture issues. She is definitely a "must see" for anyone considering a Great Loop
expedition or just in the market for a very comfortable cruiser that's extremely easy on fuel.
Located off-site – please call in advance to book an appointment.
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Purchaser's responsibility to have all engines, systems and integrity of the vessel inspected. Page 1 of 2
Bow thruster - Side Power
Stern thruster - Dickson Stern
Windlass – Simpson Lawrence w/deck controls
Delta plow anchor with chain and rope rode
Danforth spare anchor with rope rode
Generator – Westerbeke 8kW (1667 hours)
Inverter/Charger - Magnum Energy MS2812
Inverter/Charger - remote monitor panel (salon)
Batteries: Inverter - (8 x 6 volt)
House & crank - (2 x 8D)
Generator - (1 x 12 volt)
Dual 30 amp dockside power inlets
30 amp shore power cord
2-zone air conditioning with reverse heat
Main salon: 16,000 BTU
Aft Cabin: 6,000 BTU
Engine room automatic fire suppression system
Dry chemical extinguishers (3)
Smoke/CO detectors (3)
12v Pressure water system
Seaward 11 gallon water heater w/heat exchanger coil
Washdown - forward deck
Seawater strainers (engine, generator, air conditioning)
RACOR fuel filters (engine, generator)
Hydraulic steering
Trumpet horn
Automatic bilge pump (1700 GPH)
Manual bilge pump (lower helm locker)
Dedicated LPG tank storage w/galley shutoff switch
Magna rail-mount propane BBQ
Windshield wipers (2)
Cable TV/phone inlet (starboard cabin side)
Existing safety & mooring equipment
Existing manuals and spare parts
Centre-line helm
Port and starboard bench seats w/storage
Bimini top with full enclosure (recent)
Reverse angle venturi windshield
Teak side-rails with weather covers
Fiberglass LPG tank locker
Cabin Trunk
Steadying mast with boom
Teak capped rail with weather covers
Non-skid fiberglass
Molded steps to aft deck
Ring buoy with throwing line
Lifesling2 overboard rescue system
Aft Deck
Teak capped rail with weather covers
Fiberglass swim platform
Stainless drop-down boarding ladder
Traditional teak bulkheads and trim
Vinyl headliner with teak accents
Teak & holly cabin sole
Convertible settee to port w/hi-lo table
Lower helm with teak captain's chair
Port and starboard side deck access
Wedgewood 3-burner stove w/oven
Full-size Norcold fridge/freezer
Double stainless steel deep well sinks
Emerson microwave
Large opening window
Storage above and below counters
Fwd Stateroom Raised berths sleep two
Storage below berths
Port and starboard side shelves
Hanging locker
Teak& holly sole
Privacy door
Screened portlights (2)
Fwd Head
Vanity with mirror and storage
Manual toilet
Opening portlight
Aft Stateroom Island queen berth
Large hanging lockers to port
Drawer storage to starboard
Windows - port, starboard and aft
Teak & holly sole
Privacy door
Aft Head
Separate shower stall
Vanity with mirror
Electric toilet
Navigation Equipment:
Upper Helm:
Raymarine E80 multifunction display
Raytheon Ray Data (depth, nav, speed)
Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF
Ritchie Powerdamp Compass
Lower Helm:
Garmin GPSMAP 7212 multifunction display
Raytheon Ray Data (depth, nav, speed)
Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot with remote
Raymarine Ray215 VHF w/DSC
Ritchie Powerdamp compass
Recent Upgrades:
New front windows, alter bimini, add rear frame and
canvas ($5,537)
Dinghy pulley system ($3,966)
New high water bilge alarm and alarm panel, new
8D batteries, wiper arms and blades ($2,466)
New inverter ($5,051)
New AC units fore/aft + auto control panel ($5,863)
New Transducer for Garmin depth sounder, new
intake strainer and seacock ($2,889)
All details are believed to be correct, but not guaranteed by owner or Broker. Some information may have been sourced from manufacturer's brochures. It is the
Purchaser's responsibility to have all engines, systems and integrity of the vessel inspected. Page 2 of 2
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