1985 Cape George 36 Cutter | asking $89,000

Additional Info:

Interior Comforts and Amenities

  • 12 volt air cooled Isotherm Refrigeration 
  • 12 volt air cooled Isotherm Freezer 
  • 2 burner Dometic with oven and broiler
  • Fireboy S2-A propane shut off valve
  • Fireboy S2-A fume detector 
  • Vented propane locker 
  • 2 aluminum 10lb propane tanks
  • Kuuma propane BBQ rail mount 
  • Manual fresh water system with taps in head and galley
  • Manual salt water tap at galley
  • Dickenson Newport Diesel Cabin heater
  • First Aid Kit
  • Headroom max/ min 6'5" -6'2 '
  • Length of sleeping bunks 82" aft, 75" fwd, 68" salon
  • Salon bunks include lee cloths 
  • 12v lighting as well as kerosene lighting 
  • Monel screens for all ports 
  • Composting toilet with plumbing equipment remaining to convert back to traditional MSD. 


  • Autopilot Simrad 12v tiller pilot (2) spare tiller pilots, 
  • Monitor wind vane with spare wind vanes
  • Simrad Radar mast scanner unit only no plotter
  • Signet tri data Depth Finder
  • Signet tri data Speed and Distance
  • Signet tri data Log 
  • Icom 710 SSB Radioa in spares not yet installed. insulated backstay also not yet in stalled
  • VHF Standard Horizon Matrix with AIS
  • VHF Icom Handheld also Standard Horizon Handheld
  • C Plath Mercur Bulkhead Mount Compass 
  • AIS Receiver Built in VHF
  • Deck Lights 


  • 12 Volt DC Electrical System
  • 120 Volt AC 30 amp Electrical System
  • Service battery bank (4) Victron AGM 110 AH each 2019
  • Engine Battery bank (1) Victron AGM 110 AH 2019
  • Solar panels (1) 100 watt, mounting and cabling for second. Second panel is damaged. MPPT Charge Controller Rover 20 Amp
  • Sterling Pro charge ultra 40 amp battery charger
  • 120v 30 AMP shore power cord
  • Volt and Amp meters for 12v and 120v 
  • Engine Alternator 
  • Isolation Transformer on shore power inlet Charles 3.6Kva


  • 1 Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
  • 1 Rule 3500gph electric bilge pump
  • Tiller steering
  • 2 dry powder fire extinguishers
  • Monitor Wind vane can serve as emergency steering
  • 3 blade bronze fixed prop 
  • Electric oil change pump Reverso
  • Switchable dual Racor 500 series fuel filter system 
  • Many spare parts for all systems 


  • 45lb CQR primary anchor w/250' 5/16 chain
  • 35lb CQR secondary anchor w/200' 5/8 three strand rode
  • Bruce dinghy anchor w/50' rode
  • Fortress FX23 spare anchor w/25' 5/16" chain and 200' 5/8 three strand rode
  • Manual Simpson-Lawrence anchor windlass (rebuilt)
  • Dual Bow anchor rollers
  • Awning between boom gallows and dodger
  • Dodger/ Spray Hood
  • (4) throwable cockpit cushions
  • Stainless 1" bow and stern pulpits
  • Stainless Side mount swim ladder
  • Stainless 1" stanchions rope lifelines
  • Liferaft Viking 4 man in hard case mounted on deck
  • Fiorrentino para anchor sea anchor
  • 12v Deck level and Masthead tricolor navigation lights


  • Painted aluminum main mast and boom
  • Bamar roller furling for genoa
  • Spinnaker in Bag with snuffing sock
  • Selden Telescoping Wisker Pole
  • Running Backstays 
  • Standing rigging Wire swaged fittings detachable inner forestay on Highfields lever
  • Chainplates Stainless external mounted to bulwarks
  • (4) Winches at Mast, Anderson (1) Self Tailing, Chrome Finish
  • (4)Cockpit winches Anderson self tailing (2) size 46 (2) size 28 for staysail
  • 2014 Mainsail Ballard Dacron cross cut 2 reefs
  • 2014 Genoa Ballard Dacron Cross Cut on Bamar fuler
  • Staysail Hank on Cross cut dacron with deck cover
  • Spinnaker Nylon with Snuffing Sock
  • Storm trysail, 
  • storm jib, 
  • spare genoa 

Cape George Yachts founded by New Zealander Cecil Lange in 1974 is known for building hand crafted classics, timeless, bullet proof, and beautiful. This is a William Atkins design dating from the 1930s that was modified and adapted to fiberglass by Ed Monk. The hull for this vessel was laid up in 1985. It was then completed and commissioned for sea in 1990. Extensively rebuilt by builders at their yard in 2014 including a fiberglass/composite bulwark replacement, rudder pintles, refinishing cabin top, lots of new varnish and paint work, etc. She then sailed to Sicily where current owners bought her in 2021. Refit again for Trans-Atlantic and cruising, the vessel is now for sale due to a very unfortunate turn of events in the family. 2010 yanmar engine with only 423 hours. This vessel is well set up for extended voyaging with efficient systems designed for self sufficiency.

Presently berthed in the British Virgin Islands on the island of Tortola the vessel is ideally located to begin extended cruising in the Caribbean or beyond. The berthing can be extended to new owners affordably into the next year. As the listing broker I personally had the pleasure of sailing this vessel 250 nautical miles from the island of Dominica to Tortola, a passage of 36hrs. I can attest to her gentle sea keeping abilities and robust offshore systems. We are now very familiar with her features and equipment as well as the maintenance and repairs needed to make her perfect. 

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


$ 89,000

Length: 36 ft
Location: BVI
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