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Sutton Harbour Marina, Plymouth Devon UK|
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Neptune Classic 36 Trawler yacht - 1989 - £77,800
This Neptune 36, also known as a Monk 36 in North America, is a classically styled twin engine Trawler Yacht offering generous accommodation and deck space with a sea kindly hull profile.
This yacht was built in 1989 and first launched in 1991. She features a superb all teak interior with 5 berths in two cabins plus a roomy saloon. En-suite heads to both cabins and a particularly comfortable aft cabin.
Powered by twin economical 150hp Cummins 4BY diesel engines (circa 1823 hours) with full dual engine controls at each helm and bow thruster.
This exceptionally seaworthy hull design, built for long distance cruising, will appeal to both family cruisers wishing to explore, or the live-aboard fraternity alike where space, comfort and stability are essential qualities.
|Vessel type:||Motor Yacht|
|Designer:||Ed Monk Jr.|
|Builder:||Taiwan Overseas Industries Ltd|
|No. of engines:||2|
|Engine model:||Cummins 4BT|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||38' 4"|
|Length at waterline:||36' 1"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Fuel capacity:||1216 Litres|
|Water capacity:||480 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||140 Litres|
Splendid teak interior joinery, cabinets and panelling throughout with quality furnishings.
Full standing headroom throughout the boat with cushioned headlining Original teak and holly flooring under removable carpet tiles throughout (Mid grey colour)
Hot and cold pressurised water system (calorifier and immersion heating).
Webasto diesel warm air heating with outlets throughout.
Sliding lockable teak door from saloon to forward cabin
Removable teak entry steps from saloon with access hatch to engine bay beneath
Two generous sized single V-shape berths, with a small cushioned seat below berths
Burgundy upholstered mattresses and cream cushioned side panels
Storage cupboards and drawers below berths
Open storage shelf above berths each side with two CD storage racks to port
Access panel forward to anchor chain locker
Full length hanging locker
240V Electrical sockets & 12v Socket
2 x Reading lights over berths and ceiling lighting
2 x Stainless steel opening ports to port & starboard
Overhead opening Bomar hatch to foredeck
Door to: En-suite heads compartment with manual sea toilet (sea or holding tank discharge) wash
hand basin and shower
Lockable door from saloon to cabin
Steps down to a roomy aft cabin with warm teak joinery and panelling throughout
Double island berth with storage under
Very good hanging and other storage throughout the cabin
Large sliding windows to port & starboard with curtains
Overhead opening Bomar hatch to mid-deck
Door to: En-suite heads with manual sea toilet (Sea or holding tank discharge) wash basin and shower over small hip bath with folding screen
Stainless steel opening port to starboard side deck
Under floor access panel for sea-cocks
Holding tank with deck pump-out and macerator pump, Groco GM-50 tank system with warning panel and level gauge
Sliding doors to each side deck, port & starboard
Large sliding windows port & starboard
Large window to aft mid-deck
3-panel forward windscreen with a wiper on each & pulldown concertina blinds
L-shaped settee to port with blue fabric upholstery, seating converts to an additional single berth if required
Extending drop leaf table
Teak joinery and panelling throughout
Ample 240V electrical sockets & 1 X 12v socket
Teak ceiling handrails
Music system with ceiling speakers
Opening floor panels for engine bay access
Helm position to starboard with wooden ships wheel
Single pedestal helm seat
Engine control panel above forward windows
Extensive navigation equipment mainly mounted above forward windows
Electrical AC/DC panel adjacent to helm position
Battery isolation switches
A 6-speaker stereo (Sony CDX-6T210 radio/CD) system, switchable between each of the 3 cabins
Well-equipped L-shaped galley area to starboard
Varnished wooden work top
Single bowl stainless steel sink, pressurised hot and cold water with mono-bloc mixer tap
Express Galley Maid three burner gas stove with oven, bi-fold wooden cover
Large 75Ltr 12v/240v Vitrifrigo front opening fridge
Extensive storage cupboards & drawers
History and Construction
This yacht was built by Taiwan Overseas Industries Ltd in late 1989 and first
commissioned/launched in the UK in 1991.
Conventional GRP construction with the hull and topsides in an original ivory colour gelcoat.
Plank caulk lines are moulded into the GRP hull to give the appealing effect of a timber carvel construction. Teak laid decks.
Designed by Ed Monk Jr. with a long production run of around 250 hulls delivered, and still in production up to around 2007 largely unchanged as the Monk 36 model
Stainless Steel Danforth Anchor (Approx 15Kg) and chain
Simpson Lawrence Electric windlass, Foot switches at bow and helm position controls
Substantial Sampson-Post adjacent to anchor windlass
Danforth Kedge Anchor mounted on stern platform mounting bracket
Anchor roller for kedge rode mounted on port side of stern platform.
8 X stainless steel through-bulkhead fairleads with integral mooring cleats - Forward,
midships,aft quarter and stern
Alloy white painted mast (New 2020) with LED Steaming light and deck flood lights
Flybridge acrylic canvas cover.
Dual vinyl Upholstered bench seat at flybridge helm & additional single seat
Additional dual bench seat with internal storage on aft of flybridge,
Spray dodgers on each side of mid-deck.
Rope lockers on each side of mid-deck
Outboard motor storage bracket
Liferaft cradle mount on mid-deck
Wooden hand rail securely encircling the entire deck area, 3 X opening access sections
Hardwood rubbing strake with stainless steel 'D' section strip covering providing excellent hull protection
Stern platform with swim ladder
Various warps and fenders.
At Wheelhouse/Lower Helm:
Full Engine instrumentation.
Raymarine RL70C Colour Chart-plotter
Autopilot (Cetrek Pilot 730)
Raymarine 54E DSC/VHF radio
Wind speed (Plastimo)
Electronic barometer (Prosser Weathertrend)
ICS Nav4 Navtex
Silva hand-bearing compass
Full Engine instrumentation
Garmin EchoMap CHIRP 45DV Plotter/Sounder (New 2019)
Raymarine SL70C Colour Chart-plotter
Autopilot (Cetrek Pilot 730)
Autohelm Tri-Data Log/Speed display
Autohelm NavData display
Silva bulkhead steering compass
Silva hand-bearing compass
Twin Cummins 4BT 150hp 3.9Ltr, 4 cylinder turbo charged indirectly cooled diesel engines
Shaft drive to three blade props (approx. 1823 hours)
All the engine instruments are duplicated on the fly-bridge & lower helm positions (twin tachometers, oil pressure, voltage, water temperature gauges).
Various engine spares.
12 volt circuit with 2 x Varta LFD230 230Ah batteries (New April 2017) charged by two engine driven alternators
240 volt shore-power and ring main system
Shore powered 50Amp battery charger.
Generator: A Geko Marine 4000 3.8 kVA Generator unit is installed within a sound hood in the engine room (245.2 hrs indicated) however this unit has not been needed nor run for a few years and should be considered non operational - it will need to be serviced before recommissioning if required.
Total 1200 Liters across two tanks with Racor FG500 filter units
Liferaft - 4 man Plastimo RORC type canister (In service date until Feb 2022)
2 X Horseshoe Life buoys (Named) & life ring
Fire extinguishers: 1 in each cabin, plus 2 automatic in engine room and 1 on flybridge
Smoke alarm (aft cabin)
Firdell Blipper Passive Radar reflector
Bilge pumps: 2 x auto/electric & 1 x manual bilge pumps.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, EPIRBs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.