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Creekmore 36.6, 1960, Flowery Branch, Georgia, $18,900, Price reduced 4/19/11 to $16,900, Ad expired

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Creekmore 36.6, 1960

  • Maximum Draft: 4'6"
  • Displacement: 14,000 lbs.
  • Ballast: 7,000 lbs. Lead
  • Bridge Clearance: 44'

    Engines

  • Engine Brand: Perkins 4-108
  • Engine(s) HP: 50 Hp
  • Engine Model: 1980
  • Engine Hours: 496

    Tanks

  • Fuel Tanks: 75 Gal.
  • Edson Helm Conversion is in process with 26" SS wheel.

    Accommodations

    All cushions extra-thick with forest green sunbrella canvas. In the forecastle, the large v-berth sleeps two comfortably. Aft to starboard, the dinette, with its unique transverse design, converts to a large single. Across from the dinette, the large settee to port sleeps one very comfortably. Aft on the port side is the quarter berth. All berths are 6'3" in length. There are storage shelves along the entire starboard and port cabin areas with custom lee cloth to retain books, dry goods and other supplies. There are 2 opening bronze ports, one over the gally and one in the head. Eight ports total. All have custom curtains that can easily be removed for cleaning. 2 Dorade units, again one over the galley and one over the head.

  • Springfield Interior Instruments which includes a thermometer, barometer and a hydrometer.
  • Storage Compartments below v-berth, port settee and dinette seating.
  • Wilcox Crittenden Skipper II Ceramic Unit head, rebuilt in 2009.
  • 2 Large Hanging Lockers converted to shelving for storage.
  • Hatches over v-berth & main salon for light & ventilation.

    Galley

  • Galley to Starboard.
  • 2 Burner Gimballed Stove & Oven w/separate, Safety Solenoid Shut-Off.
  • SS Sink w/Manual Foot Pump from 50 Gallon Tank.
  • Ample Counter Space, Storage underneath & behind Galley for Cookware.
  • Across to Port a Top Loading Ice Box w/4" Insulation.
  • Top of Icebox Provides Counter Space for a 900 Watt Microwave.
  • 1 Bronze Opening Port @ Galley.
  • Aft to Starboard, Dinette w/Unique Transverse Design, Converts to a Generous Single Berth.

    Deck/Hull

    Eight (8) 1" SS stringers, running the length of the boat, were laid in the hull. The toe rail rises 4" above the deck and serves as the fiber glassed deck-hull joint with no possibility for leaks. At the time Magic was constructed, knowledge of fiber glass use in boat hulls was limited and hulls were constructed to a thickness equal to or greater than wooden hulls. As a result, the Creekmore hull is solid fiber glass, hand laid with no core used. It is 1" thick at deck level, 2" thick at the water line and several inches thick nearer the keel. The cabin top is 1" thick. For its' beam and length, the Creekmore is a heavy displacement boat at 14,000 lbs. The shoal draft, full keel with 7,000 lbs. of encapsulated lead ballast.

  • 35 Lb. CQR Anchor w/15' of 1/2" Chain Attached to 150' Anchor Rode.
  • 25 Lb. CQR w/10' of 1'2" Chain Attached to 75' of Anchor Rode.
  • Manual Windlass.
  • Single Life Lines.
  • Bronze Cowling.
  • New Deck Paint in 2009.
  • Deck Hardware Reseated in 2009.
  • New Anchor Rode Locker in 2007.
  • All Through Hulls are Bronze.
  • New Zincs in 2006.
  • New Dock Lines in 2006.
  • All Deck Hardware & Fittings are Bronze including Stanchions.
  • All Blocks are Wooden.
  • Bronze Cowl Ventilator.
  • Teak Oiled Several Times a Year to Assure Long Lasting Elegance.
  • Interprotect Bottom & Anti-Fouling Paint in 2006.

    Electrical/Electronics

  • 12,000 BTU AIRRRR Marine Reverse Air & Duct Work with digital thermostat

    Added in 2007.

  • New 1000 Watt Inverter added in 2008.
  • Equipped w/Deck Lights, Navigation Lights including both Steaming and Anchor Lights.
  • 30' 30Amp Shore Power Cord 2006.
  • 12 Volt DC & AC Shore Power.
  • 2 Deka Group 24 AGM Batteries, New in 2008.
  • Phase 3 Battery Charger & Newmar Battery Isolator added in 2008.
  • Interior Cabin Lights.
  • 2008 New Standard Horizon VHF w/New Shakespeare VHF Mast Head mounted Antenna.
  • VHF easily accessible while in the Cockpit.
  • New Depthfinder & 4" Contest Compas

    Sails/Rigging

  • Full Line of Sails including Large Genoa, 110 Foresail & Working Jib.
  • Equipped with a Baby Stay that provides 2 Foresails in Light Winds & a more
  • Central Jib in Heavy Winds.
  • Large Mainsail w/Jiffy Reefing, 3 Reefing Points.
  • Mast Steps.
  • Double Backstay.
  • Baby Stay.
  • New Lazy Jack System Added.
  • 2 Mast Mounted Winches.

    Engine

  • Accessible from all sides, as seen in the photos, the Perkins 4-108 is easily serviced and maintained.

  • 1980 Perkins 4-108 w/496 Hours.
  • Raw Water Impeller Replaced Regularly.
  • 2010 New Block Heater Added to Engine for Ease of Starting.
  • Oil Changed Every 6 Months.
  • Manifold Pre-Heater for Ease of Starting in Cold Weather.
  • 3 Fuel Filters, 30 Micron, 10 Micro and 2 Micron.
  • New Filter Elements and Fuel Lines added in 2009.
  • New 2009 Groco Raw Water Filter.
  • 14" 3-Bladed Bronze Prop w/Dripless Packing.

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    Creekmore 36.6, 1960 sailboat

    Creekmore 36.6, 1960 sailboat

    Creekmore 36.6, 1960 sailboat

    Creekmore 36.6, 1960 sailboat

    Creekmore 36.6, 1960 sailboat

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