Welcome to Camari, a 1989 canadian built all steel boat. The saying "they don't build them like this anymore" applies here, the owner tells while others are bobbing about in a bit of wind Camari shrugs, settles over a touch and runs smooth all day long- the benefit of weight when traveling offshore. This is a sailboat built to travel and explore.
Aragosa 35 class auxiliary cruising sloop with raked stem, round bilged hull, fin keel and counter stern with reverse rake on the transom. Compartments from forward, l) fore peak, rope locker, 2) forward cabin with V-berth and hanging locker to starboard, 3) enclosed head to port and storage to starboard, 4) L-shaped settee and cabin table to port and settee berth to starboard with water tanks below the berths, 5) galley to port, navigator's station and quarter berth to starboard and the engine below companionway steps, 6) self bailing cockpit with lockers port, starboard and aft.
PLEASE CONTACT RICK PANCHAM - OTTAWA - 1-833-UCYACHT EXT 5
Net Registered Tons -10.09
Length Waterline. 28.6
Fuel: 135 Litres
Sails: Main with full battens ,Storm Jib
Genoa 150% with Stream Stay Hyde
DRS with sock
Water: 2 X 130 litres
Steel all-welded construction with curved steel plate on 2-3/4" x 1-1/4" x 1/4" steel T-bar frames at 36" centres with deep web 1/4" plate floors at each frame and 1-1/4" x 3/16" steel flat bar stringers toe welded at approximately 10" centres. The hull has foam insulation above the bilges. The mast is stepped in a tabernacle on the cabin top and supported below with a 2" x 4" rectangular steel tube to the keel. Chain plates are 3/8" x 1-1/2" flat bar welded to the deck and to steel brackets below decks. The ballast is said to be lead and is encapsulated in the steel fabricated fin keel. The interior is fitted out with teak plywood bulkheads and panelling, and teak trim. The cabin sole is teak and holly.