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|Model||Mao Ta Oceanic 36|
|Location||Fort Myers Beach, Florida, United States|
|Max Bridge Clearance||16.15 m|
|Designer||Colin Archer/Robert Perry|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 100 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 150 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 60 gal|
s/v Alborada, a classic canoe-stern cutter virtually identical to a Tayana 37, has been there and done it from the Great Lakes to the Eastern Caribbean and is loaded and ready to do it again. USCG Doc., 6-ft. draft, full keel, 11-ft.beam, 53-ft. mast height.
Deep cockpit and 10-inch bulwarks make it safe and secure in heavy conditions. Spacious interior for shorter cruises and liveaboard. Three secure seabearths for passagemaking.
Yanmar 4-cyl. 56-hp diesel added in 2001. New motor mounts, coupler, shaft, cutlass bearing and heat exchanger in 2019. Six 6v Deka batteries plus Deka starting battery. Siemens solar panels and Silent Wind wind turbine. 55lb.-Delta anchor w/Ideal 12v windlass and 200-ft. chain, plus two aux. anchors w/rode. 100 gal. fuel; 150 gal. water. Crane for raising dinghy engine.
Raymarine Radar/chart plotter w/Sea Talk, autopilot and depth sounder, Standard Horizon VHF w/aux cockpit mike and speaker, Magnum battery charger/inverter, and stereo w/cockpit speakers all new in 2013.
Garmin chart plotter, McMurdo PLB. Seaward 3-burner stove w/oven and propane sniffer. Pressure water and two-way water heater. Adler-Barbour 12v fridge/freezer. 110v AC mounts in skylight w/insulating panels and custom cover.
Viking 6-person Coastal liferaft new in 2020.
Main, furling stays’l and Genoa in good useable condition. Dodger, bimini and both clear and opaque side curtains. Dozens of other custom features.
Some people varnish their boats. Others sail them. We discovered that she sails just as well with gray teak.