Islander 36 Association
Buy / Sell Page
|Islander 36 Prices|
This page has been established as a posting place for those interested in buying or selling an Islander 36 or other boats included in the Association.
We are occasionally asked about Islander prices. Prices vary a lot. There was an '83 or '84 asking $60,000, an '81 was listed for $49,500, though we've heard of hulls needing a lot of work for around $30,000 or even less. One boat that had been purchased after being underwater for a while went for $4,000 and one on the hard in Spain for a year went for $10,000.
Several have had complete make overs for $20,000 and up. So, people are willing to invest a good deal in Islanders. A typical survey replacement value new would be in the neighborhood of $125,000.
A lot depends on the year and the condition of the boat. A smart buyer will insist on a marine survey. If you haven't had one in a while, you might get one and that will help you a lot in knowing the relative condition and value of your boat. Gas vs diesel is not usually a major factor in pricing. The condition of the sails is probably more important than the number -- a boat in top racing condition would generally have a higher price, but there are also probably fewer buyers looking at Islanders as racing boats than cruising boats.
Our ground rules for this page are simple. All parties must provide their name and e-mail address, phone contact is highly encouraged. Sellers must be Association members, describe the boat, it's general condition, and location. We will post the listing, including the date of posting, and remove the listing in 3 months or if the transaction closes.
To post a listing email Commodore Rick Van Mell.
I'm looking for a clean, well equipped Islander 36 for a first time buyer, not sailor, buyer on the West coast. He is willing to ship for the right boat.
Thanks in advance. Please feel free to call with questions.
I want to purchase a well equipped Islander 36 in good condition.
I'm a private party looking for a well equipped Islander 36 in good condition, not a boat project. Bay area location preferred. I'm the leasing agent for most of the office space in Marina Village in Alameda, CA. I can be contacted at BNork@ccareynkf.com or by phone at (925)788-7910. I've sailed on Islanders for many years, now prepared to buy one. Thanks!
Senior Vice President, Managing Director
Califia - 1978 Islander 36|
1978 Islander 36 with Slip -- Classic SFO Racing Yacht, Inside and Out Check out the listingon Craigslist: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/boa/4371802616.html
Asking $39, 500.
S/V Hydrotherapy - 1974 Islander 36|
Purchased in 2007 -Private owner on Lake Travis, TX (boat previously in Canyon Lake, TX since 1995)
2008 - New interior upholstery
2010 - New Headsail
2008 - 2010 - 2012 --- haul out and bottom job (monthly bottom cleaning by The Dive-Guy, Port Aransas)
2009 - CruisAir Heat Pump A/C unit newly installed
Raymarine GPS (original) and new Garmin GPS in 2012 (both functional)
Depth, Speed, Wind, Compass (original)
VHF Radios - nav station and cockpit
2012 New Sail Cover and Wheel Cover
Engine 30HP Yanmar Diesel - serviced yearly by Gulf Coast Marine
Bilge flush/float valve pump check - yearly
Shoal draft keel
For pictures and video plus additional information go to: SV Hydrotherapy
Owner is motivated to sell and will negotiate price based on delivery by transport to your location.
1983 I-36 (#652) "B-Model" Island Fever |
Fresh water sailed most of her life and at least since the late 1980s. Currently lake sailed at Cedar Mills Marina, Lake Texoma.
Yard maintained by Cedar Mills at the beginning and end of each sailing season. Every suggested maintenance item has been performed by Cedar Mills. Currently on the hard and receiving a new bottom.
Approximately 380 hours on the engine which runs perfectly.
Since purchasing Island Fever in January 2008 we have been in a fairly constant refit and update mode; some of which includes:
1. Bottom/blister job completed March 2010. $5,405
2. New Gel batteries installed Spring 2011. $950
3. New Zarcor peek-a-boo shades installed 2011. $700
4. New mail sail Mack purchased at the St. Petersburg boat show December 2010, received Spring 2011, installed spring 2013. $850
5. New stern rail seats purchased at the St. Petersburg boat show December 2010, received Spring 2011 and yet to be installed. $450
6. All new fixed (Mark's Plastics) and opening ports (Beckson) and hatches (Bomar for main salon and Mark's Plastics for V-Berth) installed by Cedar Mills Marina completed in Spring 2011. $3,202
7. New solid surface (formica) headliner in V-Berth and Head installed by Cedar Mills Marina completed in Spring 2011. $1,201
8. All new handrails installed fall 2010 and completed in Spring 2011. $1,100
9. New electronic A/C reverse cycle interface installed Summer 2011. $460
10. New plumbing and strainer/filter for reverse cycle A/C installed summer 2011. $780
11. All new interior including new foam and fabric for V-berth, salon and 1/4 berth. Only installed to take photos and then stored at home. $3,100
12. New complete Yanmar instrument panel never installed $680
13. New complete instrument housing purchased from Mark Plastics yet to be installed. $210
14. New cockpit coaming oval rings purchased from Mark Plastics installed 2012. $230
15. Main sail cleaned and serviced in 2009 by Sail Care. $456
16. Headsail cleaned and serviced in 2009 by Sail Care. $580
17. New complete Yanmar engine wiring harness never installed. $650
18. New lifelines installed spring 2010. $1,300
19. New Strong Tides Sail Track, Slides and Batten Cars installed by Sail Care 2011. $2,100
20. Rig serviced by Cedar Mills 2012
21. Headsail cleaned and new Sunbrella sun band 2012 by Sail Care. $870
22. Jabsco quiet flush electric head and new sump pump for shower installed by Cedar Mills 2012 $2,505
23. Replace wood eyebrows with stainless steel installed by Cedar Mills 2010 $762
24. New main bilge float switch installed by Cedar Mills $135
25. New custom winter cover by "The Canvas Store" installed fall 2012. $2,892
26. New cutlass bearing installed November 2013. Waiting to receive bill from Cedar Mills.
These updates and improvements have all been performed within the last 3 years and cost in excess of $32,000.00.
Bottom will be completed by spring of 2014 and is a "warranty repair" by Cedar Mills. So, in addition to the above, this boat will come with a brand new bottom.
Recent back surgery requires me to scale down and offer this wonderful boat for sale. Photos are available on request.
Open to discussing a fair price.
Vittoria 1983 Islander 36 Standard Rig |
After owning Vittoria for many eons we are finally placing her on the market.
Here is the link to the Yachtworld listing, http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1983/Islander-Yachts-36'-Sloop-2635314/Westerly/RI/United-States#.UhJqpG1cVSJ
Here is a series of additional pictures on PhotoBucket. http://s1168.photobucket.com/user/negems/slideshow/
The Boat is located in Westerly, Rhode Island, and the actual boat pictured on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islander_36
Basis description follows:
Standard sloop rig
Yanmar 3hmf 30hp with about 1350 hours.
After-market 100 amp engine alternator
Three group 28 house batteries in parallel. Smaller starting battery.
40 amp shore power charger with remote panel
6-year old long batton main and similar aged 160 (rolled in to 135) roller Genny,
135( to 110) roller jib with less than 10 days of use. Mylar 180 drifter and Hood Cruising chute w/snuffer sock.
C-Cushon brand custom closed cell cushions with six back cushions, all with accent stripes.
Four year old main salon cushion foam, four year old upholstery and curtains in main cabin.
Five-inch double density foam in V berth with six year old upholstery in V and Quarter berths.
Garmin gps color plotter
Standard VHF with cockpit remote
Flat panel12 volt TV
Danforth Constellation compass
Wind, speed, depth three gauge cluster
Hydraulic backstay adjuster
Garhauser rigid Vang
Cockpit teak table with pedestal mount
12/120 volt Refrigeration
LNG stove and oven (two LNG bottles)
Many extra parts.
I have owned Vittoria for 24 years. Call if you need some additional info
Le Victoire 1972 |
Link to pictures & details: www.sailboatlistings.com/view/37312
Contact Capt. Raymond Bideaux
Corret 1980 |
Since my wife Shirley passed away 2 years ago, I took the boat out may be 4 times.
Being in my 85th year, I thought it is time to sell Corret and use "other people's boats".
Should anyone know of someone looking for an islander 36, 1980 built, Corret is avaiable.
3 sails from North sails
Genoa. 2 years old
Engine: pathfinder 1500 hours approx.
Dodger, bimini wheel cover 1year old
For more details, email Philippe Masiee: email@example.com
Wind Lock 1979 |
Located in Alameda, CA
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
If you know Islanders, then you know how beautifully they sail and how comfortably they cruise. Wind Lock is one the cleanest, prettiest Islanders we've seen in a long time. This particular design was introduced in 1970 as a competitive racer/cruiser off-shore design, and remained in production until around 1986, with about 620 hulls built.
Up until 2002, Wind Lock was in fresh water, in Lake Michigan, and since coming to grace San Francisco Bay, she boasts an expoy bottom job by KKMI, wind generator, new bottom and mast paint in April of 2011, new main and jib halyards, new running lights, dodger new in 2010, new custom Vberth cushions, new bilge pump and many other thoughtful upgrades. Includes a 9'2" Achilles dinghy with newly serviced outboard.
Listed at Farallone Yahcts with lots of photos: http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listing/pl_boat_detail.jsp?&units=Feet&id=2446853&lang=en&slim=broker&&hosturl=faralloneyachts&&ywo=faralloneyachts& Asking $36,000.
Please contact Tracey at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (510) 523-6730
Farallone Yacht Sales. 1070 Marina Village Parkway #104 Alameda, CA 94501 United States
Mes Amis - 1976 Islander 36|
Mes Amis has been extensively refurbished.
10/24/12 Update: Recent improvements include new holding tank,a new Jabsco head, new Manual bilge pump and new electric bilge pump (2000) GPH. Price is now set at $38,900.
She is a documented vessel. Interior has been gutted out with the majority of the teak replaced. All new cushion covers. Teak-Holly sole has been added. All ten port lights have been replaced. Hull has new gel coat and looks brand new. Deck has been awl gripped. Sink/faucets in galley and head replaced. Plumbing and wiring replaced as needed. Hull has new barrier coating an is awaiting new owner to prior applying Trinidad anti-foulant. Perkins 4-108 in good shape. Mast has been Awl gripped.
Navman Instruments. Chart Plotter 5600, (3100) Wind speed Ind, Knot meter and depth ind . Ground tackle: 35lb CQR, 30 lb Danforth. Refurbished S-L Hyspeed Windless. Running rigging replaced as needed. Full set cockpit cushions. All six Barrient winches re-chromed. Two burner alcohol range. Shoal draft version. All sails recently to loft for refurbishment and replacement of sacrificial Sunbrella and new main sail cover.
In excess of $35,000 in refit spent. Will assist in arranging transportation. This yacht is ready to come out of the yard. All of these projects accomplished since April, 2009. She is on the hard in Bacliff, TX (South of Houston).
For more details or pictures, call Steve French, 832-341-7245
1972 Islander 36|
This Islander is 98% original, and comes with many extra sails and spinnakers.
The boat was owned by the Director of the Juneau Sailing Club for decades, with attention and care and no corners cut.
Must see to appreciate.
Asking: US$25,000 firm.
For more details or pictures, call Brock Wiedner at (907) 321-3855.
Islander 36 sails and misc gear for sale|
Finally converted to roller furling, so all hanked on sails and other misc gear for sale.
95% Quantum Blade jib with 3 battens -- $550
Condition - very good
great upwind sail w/ hanks
Challenge 8.62 HA Dacron
Luff = 43' 3"
Leech = 39' 4"
Foot = 14' 7"
LP= 13' 10"
135% jib w/ sheets -- $250
Condition - fair to good
Dacron w/ hanks
Luff = 39' 7"
Leech = 39' 7"
Foot = 21' 3"
LP= 20' 1"
180% jib w/ sheets -- $250
Great in light SF Bay winter winds
Fantastic in 5 knots of wind. Over 10 knots of wind and upwind your toerail will be in the water
Condition - good
Dacron w/ hanks
Luff = 41' 8"
Leech = 44' 2"
Foot = 27' 7"
LP= 26' 9"
Forestay -- $100 Only 18 months old, replaced due to conversion to roller furling 9/32" 316 stainless, 1/2" pins pin to pin w/ turnbuckle at mid threads = 46' 4" Rope/wire main halyard -- $25
7/16 rope, 3/16 wire
w/ main sail raised, wire/rope splice is 2' above mast mounted winch.
45# CQR type S/S Anchor -- $200
From: Ralph Greenwoon
Spinnakers for Sale|
I have measured these Spinnakers and put prices on them to list them on the I-36 site. They are all also listed with a photo of each one on craigslist with the title "Spinnaker, Sail" in the North San Diego area which is where I live.
There are four, they are all triradial symmetrical;
1) Luff 47'9" Foot 24'1" , Good Condition (has been repaired), $400
2) Luff 50'8" Foot 24'9' , Very Good Condition, $600 SOLD
3) Luff 46'6" Foot 26'6" , Very Good Condition, $700
4) Luff 47'1" Foot 24'4" , Very Good Condition, $500 SOLD
They all include bags and I will vouch for their condition.
They are off of RASA my 1984 Islander 36.
My Cell Phone number is the best for contacting me. (760) 586-6902
Thanks in advance for your help,
Adam Q. Johnson
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