Offshore proven George Cutbertson design owned by the same family for a dozen plus seasons.
Updated continually and most recently with new genoa & electronics.
The 37 offers "taller" sailors a below decks headroom of 6'5" making her a very roomy boat.
Lagre nav station and double quarter berth; huge, almost gourmet sized galley and comfortable main salon. Fresh cabin teak & holly sole.
See full specs for complete list of upgrades.
Fresh survey (5/18) available for review on request.
Very clean and well cared for by a fussy owner.
Contact John Suederick at 902 529 0802 for more information or to arrange a viewing.
Starting forward, the V-berth is generous with storage both port and starboard. Aft to port is the large enclosed head compartment and shower with a molded liner for ease of maintenance, and opposite to starboard is the hanging locker. The salon has port and starboard settees that double as berths with storage outboard and a centerline double leaf table complements the salon. The well laid out U shaped galley is aft to starboard, double sink with H&C pressure water, refrigeration, propane stove with oven, ample storage: opposite to port is the comfortable second stateroom including a functional navigation station. The interior is teak with a teak and holly sole. Headroom is 6'4". The upholstery is blue soft fabric (new 2004) and there are interior curtains. Light and ventilation are provided by three (3) opening hatches (including the main companionway), two (2) opening ports, five (5) fixed ports, two (2) Dorade vents. New interior cabin sole (2013); new cabin side windows (2015); new toilet (2017).
The "L" shaped galley is to starboard with double stainless steel sinks with storge under, hot and cold pressure water, eight (8) gallons hot water heated off engine and 110 volt dockside, fresh water footpump, top loading ice box with refrigeration, gimballed three-burner propane stove with oven and pan storage under, two (2) propane tanks stored in stern cockpit lockers, storage above and outboard in addition to more storage aft, fixed port.
The forward facing navigation station is to port with lift-top chart table with chart storage under, shelf storage above and outboard with electrical panel above, fixed port. The navigation station shares the seat of the quarterberth aft. Double berth directly aft with storage under and above and outboard on a shelf; opening port to the cockpit.
Three (3) 12-volt (DC) batteries, circuit breakers, battery charger, engine alternator, 110-volt (AC) shore power with power cord, interior lights, navigation lights.
Her hull is white, with a red (maroon) bottom, navy blue boot stripe and navy blue cove stripe. Her fiberglass decks are white with white non-skid. She has a lead and antimony fin keel with a balanced spade rudder. There are stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with stainless steel stanchions and double lifelines with port and starboard boarding gates. There is an anchor locker on deck, two (2) cockpit lockers where the propane tanks are stored, three (3) opening deck hatches (including the main companionway), two (2) opening ports, five (5) fixed ports, and two (2) Dorade vents. New traveller blocks, re-bedded traveller (2014)