I have a 1973 Pearson 36-1 that has been through an 11 year refit. She is totally updated and safety equipped. I keep her in a 5 Gold Anchor marina on the IJsselmeer in The Netherlands. Although the IJsselmeer is a great freshwater sailing experience for a week, it is also a great jumping off point for six week tours of Scandinavia, the UK or the Atlantic Coast of France.
I am a US Navy veteran, ex-Sea Scout and have been sailing for 59 years. I pride myself in being able to keep my boat in tip-top condition and all her systems functioning.
I am looking to swap my boat (can even offer a Mercedes station wagon) for a similar boat in southern New England. I would like to make this swap in the summer of 2019 for up to six weeks.
Skylark is located on the IJssemeer which is a convenient departure point for cruising the UK, Scandinavia, the Baltic Sea and the Atlantic Coast of France.
Skylark has been undergoing a 11 year refit. The Yanmar 3GM30F was installed in 2005 and has 1500 hours to date. She is well-maintained. All electric cables were replaced with modern tinned, multistrand.
Equipment: Dometic 110 liter refrigerator, Eno Gasgone 3 burner oven, 6 gallon water heater that also heats from the engine when under power, Raymarine C120, radar, AIS, VHF, hand-held VHF, Fujinon binoculars, SuperWind 350 wind generator, Givens six man deluxe offshore liferaft renovated 3 years ago, Jordan series drogue, five Optima 31 AGM batteries, ProMariner 40 amp shore power charger, Quantum mainsail and UK Halsey #2 jib. 100 sq.ft. storm jib, two 11lb propane bottles in dedicated storage box, emergency tiller, hot water shower, new cushions and curtains, new Flexiteek decking overall, new cabin sole.
I have basic liability in the amount required by EU laws. The coverage is for the UK and Europe. There is a 500 euro deductible and anyone causing major damage to my vessel would have to pay the deductible.