Corby 36

€80,000 (Tax Paid)

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  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
  • 2008 Corby 36
"Stratisfear" (ex-Quokka), is the second generation Corby 36 design, built in 2008.
She is a foam/glass construction and was built purely for IRC competitiveness.
With decent investment over recent years in the essential 'go-faster' aspects, she is ready to win more silverware and comes with a fresh new keel re-profiling, to again nudge the IRC potential of this boat up!

Location: Pwhelli
Listing office: Ancasta Raceboats

€80,000 (Tax Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Corby
Model: 36
Year: 2008
LOA: 36ft/11m
Class: Performance Sail
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Ancasta Ref: 31097
Vessel Name: Stratisfear

Construction;
Sandwich construction
Glass skins with foam core.
Steel keel fin with lead bulb.

Specification;
Beam: 3.14 m
Maximum Draft: 2.29 m
Displacement: 5339kg
Bulb weight: 2300

Engines
Total Power: 26 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: 3YM30
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive

Selden carbon mast and boom, with a 2-spreader configuration.
Rod Rigging
Carbon bowsprit
New (May 2015) Tuff luff, with double groove setup.
New 2015 Selden main sheet car
New 2014 Allspars carbon spinnaker pole

Sails;
2014 - complete suit of Doyle Stratis sails – used in only three regattas to date
Stratis Mainsail
Stratis No1 , 2 , and 3 jibs
S 1.5 . S2 and S 2.5 and A 4 Spinnakers ,

2011 north 3 DL main [ in very good condition ]
2011 North No 4

2009 . 9 North Spinnaker
2009 North No1 , 2 and 3 headsails - all good sails for local events and practising

2014 JKA Small delivery mainsail
Storm Jib

Doyle Mainsail cover

"Stratisfear" has plenty to offer below decks and really is surprising how much volume she carries for a 36 footer.

A nice arrangement with comfortable sleeping for 8.

Working back from the bow;
The forepeak is an easy double, with access to the heads through a partial bulkhead just in front of the mast.
Entering the saloon there is a large, "L" shaped sofa/sleeping area and a single berth over to Stb.
A nice addition is the two raised pipe-cots, which allows for another body to sleep on the high-side when offshore.
Another partial bulkhead separates the galley and nav areas from the saloon, with two really functional areas that offer all you need in this racer/cruiser.
As normal the engine is mounted under the cockpit floor with decent front on access.
Moving to the back of the boat, through another main bulkhead, the two cabin's offer storage areas or additional bunks, whichever you may require.

Fresh water tanks under saloon seating with installed plumbing in heads and galley areas.
Low level 12v lighting also installed.
Folding central table, with cover when racing, can easily seat 6 for dining occasions.

Engine
Yanmar 3YM30 26 hp three cylinder diesel with SD 20 saildrive
Gori 2 bladed folding propeller

Electronics [ all new April 2015]
2x utility batteries 1 x engine starter battery- 12 volt system
Raymarine Tactic system with three mast mounted multi displays
Tactic racemaster compass
Raymarine remote display
Garmin 296 GPS
Standard Horizon GPS with AIS
Bluetooth Fusion Stereo with cockpit mounted waterproof speakers
Raymarine linear drive autopilot

General
4 x warps
5 x fenders
2x Spare stanchions
Spare Two burner stove
2x Jackstays
Cradle
Large roll of blue Vinyll for topsides

Stratisfear must be the” weapon of choice” for an owner and crew wanting to get on the IRC podium.
Well race prepared after a major refit in 2014 by GC Marine, this yacht has pedigree and pace.

Currently laid ashore at Pwllheli , N Wales , she has just had extensive re profiling of the keel by John Corby who, in conjunction with Dave Hollom, have devised a more efficient foil profile , recently used to good effect on the two times outright Cowes Week winner “Yes” (Corby 35) and the Hamble Big boat series winner “Aurora” (Corby 37) .
The keel mod improves lift upwind and comes with no rating penalty
2016 IRC Rating Endorsed TCC 1.075.