Stunning Williams Stanley 36, beautifully finished, new Garmin electrics, new Awlgrip, exceptional care. This is a true Maine downeast lobster yacht. Whether it's cruising for the weekend or a day on the water with family and friends, this is a very special boat. Currently in heated inside storage at one on Maine premier yacht yards.
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V-berth forward, roomy with nice headroom. Just aft of the v-berth is a large centerline table with bench seats on both sides.The table can be removed and placed in the helm area or cockpit depending on which area you would like it. The bench on the starboard side of the dinette has four large drawers and storage, both behind the seat back and underneath the bench. On the port side behind the bench there is a large hanging locker as well as more storage below this bench. Located to starboard as you enter the two-step down center companionway is the head. Located to starboard of the companionway is the solid door to the head (opening forward). A Dometic head with holding tank and y-value. A single stainless sink with movable showerhead faucet. High gloss varnish solid teak floor w/teak grate. Storage below and above sink area with a cabinet for refuse
A single stainless sink with hot and cold pressure water. Top load icebox with teak grates insulated for extra holding power. A stainless Luke Heritage 3 burner/stove (propane). Custom storage for plates, silverware and utensils is located on the aft bulkhead with food storage located behind and under the sink.
The hull was painted by Strouts Point Marine in South Freeport, Maine.in 2019 and is a high gloss deep Awlgrip flag blue. The bottom paint is traditional red. The deck is a contrasting color to the cabin and hardtop?s tan paint job. All cabin and hardtop vertical surfaces are white. The deck hardware is all high quality stainless cleats and caulks. There are 6 high polished stainless ports (cabin sides) as well as 3 black hatches (cabin-top). Teak varnished rails are located in appropriate locations for easy access to fore-deck. Solid teak pulpit with railing and 35lb CQR anchor.
Three solid glass helm windows each with a wiper to allow for greater visibility. A covered hardtop with varnished handrails on roof. The helm is to starboard with hydraulic steering, Morse engine controls and VDO gauges. Electronics are mounted in helm and in over-head area. (see Electronics). Matching helm seats with custom seat covers. Two large removable side curtains and three-piece aft curtain enclose the helm area(screen panel also). Three deck hatches give access to the hot water heater and battery cells on one side, fuel management system and Racor fuel filter on the other with the center hatch for engine access.