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2005 Monk 36

Portland, Oregon

$239,500

THIS 2005 MONK 36 TRAWLER IS THE PERFECT LARGER POCKET TRAWLER FOR COASTAL CRUISING, OR THE GREAT LOOP. LOW HOUR CUMMINS 6BT5.9 - 220HP MAIN ENGINE, 600 NM RANGE, LOW HOUR ONAN GENSET, VETUS THRUSTER, NEW FLYBRIDGE CANVAS ENCLOSURE, NEW GARMIN CHARTPLOTTER/RADAR, FRESH BOTTOM PAINT AND ANODES, TEAK HANDRAILS ETC JUST VARNISHED, BULLFROG DINGHY WITH 20HP HONDA, AND MUCH MUCH MORE.  

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Gypsy Rose
Make: Monk
Model: 36
Year: 2005
Condition: Used
Category: Power
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: NSY36249G505
Has Hull ID: Yes
Range: 690.47 mi

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36 ft
Beam: 13 ft
Max Draft: 4 ft
Bridge Clearance: 17 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'6 ft
Electrical Circuit: 12 V
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 1
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: 6BT5.9-m
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 220hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 4 Blade, Bronze
  • Year: 2005
  • Engine Hours: 1897
  • Engine Location: Center
Cruising Speed: 10 kn
Maximum Speed: 12 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 320 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 120 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 42 gal

Other

Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Windlass Type: Electric
Boat Class: Trawlers, Flybridge, Tug

Contact

Jason Whitaker
Please contact Jason Whitaker on 971-244-2667, or jason@wsyachtbrokers.com
W S Yacht Brokers

Office

W S Yacht Brokers
909 N Tomahawk Island Dr Suite 104
Portland, Oregon, US, 97217
Tel:971-244-2667
Disclaimer
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.


General info

 Recent Upgrades and Maintenance

- 2022

  • Bottom paint and anodes (Sept)
  • New Garmin 7610 Touch Screen plotter, radar, sounder, and AIS
  • New flybridge canvas enclosure with Isinglass
  • Teak handrails stripped and varnished
  • Engine and genset serviced

 

Accommodations

The well laid out salon has access from both the port or starboard sliding doors. There is a good amount of storage all around the salon (and rest of the boat), and the teak joinery is really nicely put together. These Monk 36's are a high quality build, straight out of the shipyard. 

The vessel can sleep six between the aft/master stateroom, the v-berth, and the convertible dinette. You know the old adage though, cocktails for six, dinner for four, sleeps two! 

There is reverse cycle air conditioning and heating throughout the boat, which will always make for a comfortable environment, and the large salon windows provide great light, and a great view. The lower helm forward of the salon, makes for great interaction between guests and the helmsman. 

 

Master Stateroom

  • Centerline island queen berth
  • Teak cabinetry
  • Ensuite head and shower
  • Large amount of storage in drawers and lockers.
  • Reading lights
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v
  • Large side windows for lots of light
  • Overhead opening deck hatch
  • Thermostat control for AC/Heat
  • Washer/dryer combo (vented I believe) 

Master Head and Shower

  • Macerating head
  • Teak grid sole
  • Medicine cabinet/mirror
  • Teak towel rail
  • Molded fiberglass and gelcoat counter top and sink
  • Separate molded fiberglass and gelcoat shower stall
  • Stainless portlight
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Exhaust fan
  • 110v outlet
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v

Guest Stateroom

  • Large V-berth
  • Ensuite head with sink
  • Teak Cabinetry
  • Large hanging locker with access to electrical panel and lower helm station 
  • Drawers and lockers under the berth
  • Teak and holly sole
  • Anchor locker access
  • 110v outlets
  • Overhead opening deck hatch
  • Reading lights 
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v
  • Thermostat control for AC/Heat

Guest Head

  • Manual head
  • Teak grid sole
  • Large mirror
  • Teak towel rail
  • Molded fiberglass and gelcoat counter top and sink
  • Stainless portlight
  • Toilet paper holder
  • Exhaust fan
  • 110v outlet
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v

Salon

  • L-shaped settee to port, converts to double berth, with storage underneath
  • High/low drop leaf table
  • Teak and holly sole
  • Large windows for maximum light
  • Curtains
  • Dual sliding doors with storage in teak steps
  • Thermostat control for AC/Heat
  • Overhead teak handrails
  • Teak book/magazine rack
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v
  • Engine room access in sole
  • 110v outlets

Galley

  • Wedgwood Vision 3 burner propane stove and oven
  • Bass propane safety control
  • GE microwave
  • Norcold AC/DC full size refrigerator and freezer
  • Deep double stainless steel sinks
  • 110v GFCI outlets
  • Opening window
  • Ample storage
  • Paper towel holder
  • Overhead lighting 110v/12v

Lower Helm

  • Garmin 7610 touchscreen (2022) with HD Radar and AIS
  • Raymarine ST60 Depth/Speed/Trip
  • Raymarine ST6001+ Autopilot
  • ICOM IC-M506 VHF with DSC, AIS, and GPS data
  • Vetus bow thruster control
  • Morse controls
  • Stainless steel steering wheel with rubberized grip
  • Remote windlass control
  • Bilge pump control
  • Engine alarm
  • Windshield wipers
  • Gauges: RPM/Hour Meter/Oil/Temp/Volt/Water/Fuel
  • Barometer/clock set - brass
  • Pioneer stereo
  • Ritchie compass
  • Portable helm chair
  • Large forward windows for great visibility

Flybridge Helm

  • Raymarine ST60 Depth/Speed/Trip
  • Raymarine ST6001+ Autopilot
  • Vetus bow thruster control
  • Cummins Marine engine panel Oil/Temp/Volt/Water/Fuel
  • Morse controls
  • Remote anchor control
  • Engine alarm
  • Stainless steel steering wheel with rubberized grip
  • 4" Ritchie compass
  • Helmsman and passenger seating
  • Stainless handrails
  • Brand New (2022) full canvas/isinglass enclosure with opening panels
  • Under dash access panels (2) 
  • Acrylic venturi
  • Stereo speakers (need to be replaced) 

Electrical

  • (2) 30amp shore power cords
  • 110V/12V main breaker panel left side of lower helm
  • Onan Diesel Genset Control Panel (534 hours)
  • BASS breaker panel for electrical and electronics
  • Shore power/genset selector switch
  • Battery selector switch
  • ProNautic 12-50- digital charger (new 2021)
  • (3) AGM batteries for house (1) AGM battery for engine starting
  • Onan MDKAV-5705540 9kW generator with 534 hrs

Engine & Mechanical

  • Cummins 6BT5.9-M 220 hp with 1,887 hours
  • ZF transmission 
  • 10 knot cruise - 5 gallons per hour - 600+ mile range
  • Raw water cooling with heat exchangers 
  • Onan MDKAV-5705540 9kW generator with 534 hrs
  • Cruisair reverse cycle air conditioning/heat
  • Teleflex hydraulic steering
  • Dripless shaft seal
  • Racor 500 FG fuel water separator filter
  • Vetus bow thruster
  • VDO gauges: tach, oil, temp
  • Jabsco engine room blower
  • Vetus engine room vents
  • Seaward stainless steel 11 gallon hot water heater

Hull and Deck

  • Simpson Lawrence anchor windlass with foot controls
  • Lewmar anchor
  • Bullfrog dinghy with 20hp Honda outboard
  • Seawise dinghy davit
  • Sliding Pilothouse doors
  • Stainless steel stanchions with teak handrail
  • Stainless steel fairleads with cleats
  • Painted aluminum mast and boom
  • Swim platform
  • Swim ladder
  • Flybridge enclosure (brand new 2022)
  • Teak nameboards with nav lights
  • Stainless steel handrails
  • Gelcoat diamond nonskid tread
  • Stainless steel deck drains
  • Teak brow trim
  • Chrome horns
  • 110v shorepower inlet
  • Fiberglass deck box
  • Lazarette storage 

 

Description from Soundings Online March 2020

It’s been called a cruiser’s cruiser. The durable Monk 36, with its classic profile, helped to popularize the recreational trawler during the 1980s. It turned what was at first a niche market into one of America’s most popular boat types.

At just under 40 feet length overall with a 13-foot beam, the Monk 36 was designed with a semi-displacement hull, a full keel, and a protected prop and rudder. The bow was tall and flared, and the hull had a high freeboard all around with molded-in spray rails.

The cabin had a master stateroom aft and a V-berth forward, each with its own head compartment. The salon was laid out with teak furniture, and there was a sliding door at the lower helm. (There was also a helm station on the flybridge.) Teak trim and teak-and-holly soles were used throughout. The L-shaped galley had a home-style refrigerator/freezer, a three-burner stove and an oven. There was a bathtub in some early models, too.

A single 120- to 135-hp diesel provided an average speed around 7 knots, where fuel use was a stingy 5 gph. Later models were equipped with a 220-hp Cummins diesel engine, increasing the cruise speed to 9 or 10 knots.

The Monk 36 was first built in Taiwan in 1982, and then in Nova Scotia beginning in 1992. The model was in production until 2007, with more than 250 hulls delivered to owners.

The designer, Ed Monk Jr., was the son of Ed Monk Sr., himself a naval architect and shipwright of note. Father and son worked together for many years on recreational and commercial craft. Monk Jr. established a reputation for designing rugged, dependable boats.

As a veteran Pacific Northwest delivery captain put it: “Ed Monk Jr. designs boats that seem to flow easily through the water. When it comes to performance and seakeeping, his designs are my gold standard.” 

Disclaimer
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.

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