1993 Catalina MK II 36

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Class Sails
Category Cruisers
Year 1993
Make Catalina
Length 36'
Propulsion Type Single Inboard
Hull Material Fiberglass
Fuel Type Diesel
Location Norfolk, VA
Deck and Hull Equipment

Ground Tackle

Maxwell Electric Windlass, with foot activation (run engine when engaged)

Circuit Breaker (to engage) located in footwell of stbrd main cabin settee

24 lb. Danforth, with chain (backup in anchor well),

120 ft 1 /2" rode (presently off the boat)

Chain Gypsy added to Windlass

35 lb. CQR Anchor (now primary)

150 ft 5/8" rode

40* Hi-tensile chain, with 10' heavy chain

Deck Wash Pump and Hose

Mushroom Dinghy Anchor

Hull LOA 36' 4"

Tall Rig 601 square feet

Air draft 55"

Bottom 'peeled' by Osprey Marine Composites, Ches. Bay, applied new barrier coat 2002

Keel Stub re: epoxied by Sailcraft Yacht Services, Oriental, NC ... 2016


Headstay replaced, 2012

Harken Roller Furling Gear (upgrade, installed 2012)

Questus Pole, mounted on split back stay, for gimbaled radar platform

Spinnaker halyard, mounted to service asymmetrical 'drifter*

Topping Lift, installed to service extendable "whisker pole'

Extendable Whisker Pole, mounted at bow, stbd rail

Sails All Sails listed are upgrades:

Doyle Mainsail, full batten, jackstays, with Doyle track slide and 'batt cars' 2013

Doyle 135% Genny, self-furling 2012 Haarstick 'Drifter* (asymmetrical) in 'sock', (1993)


Achilles 8-1/2/lnflatable Floor Dinghy (2009}

Kato Dingy'Davits (with stem light, flag socket, FM antenna) (2010)

Garhauer Outboard Engine Hoist, on custom bracket (2002)

Yamaha 4 hp 4-cycle outboard (2010)

Dinghy High Pressure Foot Pump

Dinghy Bilge Pump

Dinghy 360-degree white running light

Mushroom Dinghy Anchor (see ground tackle)




Galley Equipment


2 Burner Propane Stove, with Oven

10 lb Propane tank (aft port cockpit locker), on/off switch on chart table circuit panel

Frigaboat 12-volt Refrigerator/Freezer (upgraded 2015) with area for wine chilling

Three Tank Manifold (under oven) (installed 1993)

Six Sets of Plates, Bowls (new 2010)

Glasses, (tall/short), Wine Glasss, Stainless flatware, Galley Utensils Variety

Pots/Pans, Stainless Coffee Percolator

Mechanical Equipment

Propulsion 30 hp Westerbeke/Universal M35 Diesel (Kabota block)


DYi Dripless Shaft Seal, self 'burping' Stainless shaft

Feathering Three Blade Max Prop

Groco Seawater Strainer

Racor Fuel Filter

Coolant Overflow Reservoir


15" three blade bronze prop (original equipment)

Plumbing System 

Galley double sink, with swivel faucet, pressure hot and cold     

Head single vanity sink, pressure hot and cold, with 'pull out faucet, serving as 'shower head'   located in transom walkthru

Head 'sump' pump, with float switch, under head floor boards, with switch cabinet mounted below vanity sink, active when water pressure 'on' at electrical panel

Cockpit shower, pressure hot and cold, with 'pull out' shower head ... located in transom 'walk thru'

6 Gallon Hot Water Heater... heated via engine coolant/110 v. system at electrical panel

Accumulator Tank (upgrade)

fresh water pump and fresh water tank filter (upgrade)

Electric bilge pump, with float switch, in main cabin bilge... dry bilge to less than V2" normal in bilge Three-way switch found on electric panel... on (auto}/off/manual positions

Manual bilge pump, located below cockpit engine panel, handle mounted inside port cockpit coaming box

Fresh Water Tank Shut Off Valve Manifold (upgrade) under galley stove/oven ... permits isolation of bow fresh water tank and selected use of port/starboard stern fresh water tanks

Holding Tank Macerator Pump (overboard discharge)

Holding Tank 'air supply'

Air Conditioning Unit... located under Vee berth ... (2009) cooled by seawaten will cool Vee
berth, via port/strbd vents, will reduce humidity in main cabin via use of sm. 110 fan, located
in 'entertainment' cabinet and Vee berth/main cabin                  

Hella fans (very low amp draw)                                             

Sea water filter located adjacent to Seacock

Engine Cooling System ... consists of custom (larger dimensions) heat exchanger, mounted behind Engine ... contains a 'pencil' zinc that must be inspected/changed routinely Shut off Seacocks (all upgrades from Marelon to Bronze)

Electrical System: Entire system is a series of upgrades:

Balmar 70 amp alternator

Bal mar external three stage 'smart' regulator mounted strbd side of engine box

House Bank, 4 6-volt Lifeline AGM batteries, 440 amp hours (June 2017)...

Engine Battery, 12-volt Lifeline AGM battery




Two aft 20 gal. fresh water tanks

One forward 35 gal. fresh water tank

20 gal. fuel tank

17 gal. Ronco B-123 Holding Tank

Port Bow: on deck, mounted white board for securing on deck 5 & 6 gal. fuel tank

Canvas: All Canvas items listed are upgrades:

Dodger, frame & canvas (2013)

Bimini (2006)

Cockpit Enclosure (2 sets: vinyl; screen, @ labeled for location) (2006)

Doyle Canvas Cradle (mainsail cover) 2013

Wheel/Instrument Cover 2013

A Sun/Rain Covers: Forward & Main Cabin overhead hatches (suspend from halyards)

Companionway framed screen, 2 pes

Overhead hatch covers, insulated

Dodger fly (to protect from UV & weather)

Additional Equipment


Standard Horizon Main Ship's VHF radio, bulkhead mounted, over chart table, main cabin (2012)

Remote VHF mic, (controls Main VHF), with cable attachment to Pedestal Navpod

Sony AM/FM/CD bulkhead mounted radio/CD player, w/ input jack for 'devices' (2012)

FM Radio Antenna, mounted on dinghy davits (2012)

West Marine "Battery Combiner"

Victron Battery Monitor, bulkhead mounted, over chart table

Second Electric Panel (above original) to permit additional 12-volt circuit

Xantrex Three Stage 'Smart' Shore Charger (can set for season's temp.)

Xantrex Monitoring Panel for Shore Charger, bulkhead mounted

45' 30 amp Shore Power Cable

20' extension Shore Power Cord, 30 amp

50-30 amp Shore Power Cable Adapter

30-110 Cable Adapter

110 extension cord

Small 12v to 110 inverter

Spare Shore Power cable in rope locker

All main, head and forward cabin lighting upgraded to LED with 3 additional overhead LED units installed to create a bright cabin environment.

Additional Included Inventory (currently not on vessel)

Original Dinette Table (port settee)

Original Cushions to convert to berths: For port settee, main cabin for starboard settee, main cabin

Double-Up Docklines for 'stormproofing' (like new)

120' V* rode for back up Danforth

Balance of flatware, utensils, glasses/mugs (service for 6-8@)

P/S 'door mats' to protect cockpit cushions from shoe dirt ashore

Screen for forward dodger screen (home made)

Carpet runner for main cabin

Haarstick drifter

Additional Negotiable Equipment

Honda K2 Generator... excellent while at anchor charging batteries, heating water, running AC

Cruising Solutions head set pair, Bluetooth (helm to anchor/mooring crew... no yelling)

Sport-a-Seat, cushioned reclining/foldable deck/cockpit seat/backrest

2 sets of self-inflating safety harnesses, with expandable tethers

1 self inflatable harness, w/o tether

One safety harness, with tether

Uniden hand held VHF, portable ... for dinghy/dock use

High Quality Binoculars, built in compass and illumination

One set Male/Large Cool Weather Foul Weather Gear

Assorted plastic storage bins, carefully selected for specific locations in each cabin, to maximize storage space


Original Catalina Yachts Owner's Manual

Universal Engine Manual

Maintenance Manual, created/maintained by original owner

AC System Manual, created/maintained by original owner

Raymarine Electronics Manuals

CD of Catalina 36 International Assoc. "Tech Tips" and ALL original equipment manuals

Refrigeration (Frigoboat) Manual

Variety of Small Device Manuals (AM/FM, VHF: ship and portable, outboard, etc.)


Navigation Systems

Navigation Equipment: All are Raymarine products, located at 'helm', mounted in Navpod units. All are upgrades (2013, 2016):

iSO Raymarine TriData ... depth, speed, log, etc. (2013)

Impellor can be removed/cleaned with boat in water if left in place

ST60 Raymarine Wind Instrument... wind speed/angle, apparent/true (2013)

P70 Raymarine Auto Pilot Head ... incl. self-tacking; maintaining wind angle; requires engaging Gear handle, strbd side of wheel & engaging Auto button on head unit (2014)

ACU 100 Autopilot controller (computer) and EVI (GPS heading unit) are mounted on aft bulkhead of quarter berth

Raymarine Touch Screen Chartplotter with Radar overlay (contains chart chip for entire East Coast of US and Bahama)

Raydome (radar)... upgraded 2016 ... lighter weight unit, lower power draw... mounted on Questus pole/self-leveling platform; appears off center, but display is aligned digitally with centerline of vessel

Power switches all located at chart table circuit panel: 'Nav/com', 'Radar*, 'Auto' are separate switches

Nominal Length
Engine Type Single Inboard
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Shape Other
1993 Catalina MK II 36

This Catalina 36' is ready for you now. A life change has caused Encore's adoring owner to part with her.  Truly turnkey with everything from galley utensils to tools for every maintenance job and everything in between. Just buy your own provisions and you are ready to set sail or live-aboard. Some negotiable upgrade accessory items are offered, too. Encores design is one of the most popular boats of this size and she has been tweaked and loved to an even higher boat-life perfection for comfort like a condo, function like a spacecraft. 

The owner felt compelled to document everything with a passion for detail.  Multiple illustrated guides, instructions, and manuals (with thumb drives and a CD) explain everything you need to know about everything on Encore. This sweet boat will provide the single handed sailor or group (accommodates 6 comfortably) with a new perspective which only comes from life experienced anywhere on the water.

Note: More photos of cabin interior, cockpit, and systems will be added soon. 

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