36' Calvin Beal

Stinkpot

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36' Calvin Beal
It is with a very heavy hear that I post this, but if you know of anyone looking...

2004 36’ Calvin Beal $268,000
Boat was first commissioned in October, 2006
LOA: 35’-11†Beam: 13’-10†Draft: 4’-0â€
Approx. 19,000 lbs displacement
6LYA-STP 370 hp Yanmar, six cylinder, single engine diesel with ONLY 375 hrs.
Top speed @ 22 kts.
ZF 280-1A gear with 2:1 ratio
2†shaft with PSS shaft seal
Prop: H&H Prop NIBRAL 24 x 20
Wet exhaust
Hydroslave dual ram steering with inline hydraulic oil cooler
Dual Steering Stations with Kobelt controls
Stainless steel rudder
Hull is laid up with vinylester resin, solid ‘glass below waterline, divinycell foam cored above waterline
Molded “Extended†vinylester top, cored wheelhouse roof
Spray Rails & Quarter Guards
Freeman aluminum deck hatches
Built in transom storage
Large storage compartment under center of cockpit
250 gal fuel capacity (two tanks, 125 gal each)
Racor fuel filter / separator

Fresh Water
40 gal fresh water capacity
Johnson WD 5.0 pump
Accumulator
11 gallon Isotemp Water Heater (electric and heats off the engine)
Fresh Water Washdown
Scandvik faucets throughout (galley, head, shower, washdown)

Sanitation
Lavac marine manual flush toilet with fresh water flush
20 gallon waste holding capacity with overboard discharge and pumpout connection
(2) Y-valves allow for flexible operation

Electrical
Side Power SP-75T Bow thruster, operable from either steering station
Paneltronics AC and DC panels
Battery selector and On/Off switches
(1) 8D starting battery
(2) Rolls 12 HHG 8D lead acid house batteries with ability to cross connect all batteries
Upgraded 130A alternator
Xantrex Prosine 2.0 Inverter / Charger with remote operating panel
Ample lighting throughout (inside, outside, engine compartment)
Spotlight
Standard Horizon Intrepid+ GS1270S VHF radio with redundant mic for aft steering station
Furuno GP-1650WF GPS / fish finder / depthfinder
Jensen Marine AM/FM/CD Stereo with (4) Bose Environmental speakers
40,000 BTU cabin heater – runs off the engine
Galley down with microwave, refrigerator, single electric cook top, toaster, sink & storage
Head with sink & separate large stand-up shower
Large V-berth with thick, comfortable custom mattress (custom fitted sheets also included)
Bilge blower
(2) bilge pumps
(2) 12Vdc outlets

Other Stuff
(2) Polyform ball fenders
(2) Taylor Made fenders
(6) Never used adult life jackets
Flares
Aluminum Fortress anchor, with anchor chain & line
Separate plow anchor
Dock lines
Shore power cord
All manuals & paperwork
Some engine consumables included

If you’re familiar with the Calvin Beal hull, you appreciate the proportions and especially the beam on these boats. They are probably the most seaworthy and stable boats for their size. With a wide open cockpit that is almost 14’ x 14’, you’ll have no shortage of room for fishing, entertaining or whatever you want to do with her. There’s even an aft steering station located in the cockpit to allow for operation while fishing or entertaining. Forward of the cockpit is a totally enclosed wheelhouse sealed off from the elements by a 42†sliding Diamond Sea Glaze “vault†door which is wide enough to really open up the wheelhouse to the aft space during nicer weather.

The wheelhouse has two swivel helm seats, custom made by Arrigoni Design to starboard and an L-shaped, cushioned, sunbrella-fabric seat to port with storage beneath. Sliding windows on port & starboard with screens and two hinged opening windshield windows and two fixed. Head room is approx. 6’5â€. There is no motor box as the engine sits beneath a soundown lined flush deck.

Down below there is a galley to port equipped with a microwave / toaster combination, a refrigerator, single burner electric cook top, sink and plenty of drawer storage space. To starboard an enclosed head with toilet, vanity, sink, mirror, plenty of storage and a separate stand up shower. Head room is approx 6’ 2â€.

Up forward there is a hanging locker and a huge V-berth with the most comfortable mattress I’ve ever seen on a boat; no 4†foam cushions here! Beneath the V-berth two doors and two drawers for storage. An anchor locker is forward of the V-berth and access to the bow thruster is beneath the mattress. Perforated vinyl head liner and vinyl foam-backed hull liner throughout interior. Cherry trim throughout the interior completes the finish. The head is trimmed out with teak.

This 36’ Calvin Beal has had one owner who has witnessed every step of construction, finishing & commissioning. She is built as tough as they come, and has been fitted out with many creature comforts for cruising. In the water during winter 2012/2013 and ready for show. Price out a new 36’ Calvin Beal hull with similar accommodations, consider the schedule to complete and then come see what you can get NOW for a very reasonable price. This is a turn-key vessel; all you have to do is wipe my tears off the deck, start her up and cast off the lines and you can cruise her to your home port. I will include a day of my services for familiarization of the boat and all her systems. Selling due to a recent relocation. This boat is extremely clean, has never been fished or abused, professionally maintained and thoroughly enjoyed.

If interested, please contact Chris at: [email protected]

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El Mar

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MouseTrap

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The perfect combination of cockpit and cabin size. I wish I had the resources to take it off your hands!
 

Robert M

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Yes , This is a little smaller then I was looking at for an upgrade. Let me tell you for the price you cant touch the finishings on this boat . This would be a perfect alternative to someone looking at a new build and fell over after the sticker shock, I know Im still trying to find my balance.
Great boat, great deal!
 
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Robert M

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The truth is If I'm gonna make this jump I'm gonna need a little more hp, so I can out run the bank.
No seriously , not to take away from this boat , she's a beauty. I have come to the conclusion ( after pricing out a new build with some known builders).
what I want is not in the cards for at least a few years.

I should of known better , after finding the receipts from Atlantic boat works , and Stacey's invoices on my boat.
Aparently, it's a bit more to build a boat now, then ten years ago.;)
What I want used, doesn't exist at least not in the condition I currently own.

Time to stop looking , and just be thankful.
 

petrel

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Hey Mike, where is that money making spot f/ a boat like that? I think I want to move there, but I probably couldn't afford it...LOL
 

MDI45

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Hey Mike, where is that money making spot f/ a boat like that? I think I want to move there, but I probably couldn't afford it...LOL
I think there is only three or four boats in all of Montauk that can take 12 guys....i get alot of calls on my end of the island for charters for more then 6 guys also
 
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