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She's a terrific yacht and extremely well built, the pilothouse is a life saver for those long passages.  There is an aft helm on the back deck and of course one in the pilothouse.  Powered by 96 horsepower Ford Parsons, we carry 1600 Litres of Diesel and 1800 Litres of Water, we also have a water-maker which produces 150 gallons every 24 hours.  The Steering, Dive Compressor and Bow Thruster are all hydrolicly driven.  She sleeps two in the Focsil, the main saloon had two big sea berth one of which we converted into more storage, which she tons of in the first place, so it could be easily converted back to a sea berth.  The midship cabin is either a single or double bed, while the back cabin has two berths and it's own head.  The headroom in the main saloon is 6ft. 6in.   We have lots of spares, a dive compressor, drogue, sea anchor etc. etc.  I have enclosed a couple of pics.  We are asking $159,000 cdn.

Many types of coaxial cable have a characteristic impedance of 75 Ω, which would therefore be a good match for a half-wave dipole, however, without special precautions , coax transmission line easily becomes unbalanced (with one conductor at ground potential) whereas a dipole antenna presents a balanced input (both terminals have an equal but opposite voltage with respect to ground). When an antenna is unbalanced, the unbalanced currents or “common mode” currents will flow backward along the outer conductor and the coax line will radiate, in addition to the antenna itself,. [14] An important consequence is distortion of the antenna’s designed radiation pattern, and change in the impedance seen by the line. The dipole can be properly fed, and retain its expected characteristics, by using a balun in between the coaxial feedline and the antenna terminals. Connection of coax to a dipole antenna using a balun is described in greater detail below .


General Specifications
LOA: 18' 2" Beam: 8' 6" Draft: 19" & 4' 4"
Sail Area: 253 sq. ft. Displacement: 2200 lbs. Ballast: 500 Lbs.

Standard Features - Cuddy
* Teak rub rails and coaming caps
* Teak hand rails on cabin top
* Teak trim around cabin trunk
* Teak louvered doors
* Teak centerboard cap
* Self bailing cockpit
* Burnished bronze hardware
* Fixed bronze portholes (4)
* 3" foam cushions for two
* Painted aluminum spars
* Spun Dacron halyards and sheet
* oz. Dacron sail
* Sail cover
* Ash tiller

Hull and deck are one piece molded fiberglass with integral centerboard trunk.   New Sanderlings sell for $37,900. Selling for $8800.

The Gozzard 36 is a modern yet traditional looking cutter rigged cruiser with beautiful lines, a roomy and comfortable interior with great storage, lots of deck space, and a large well contoured cockpit.  She has a spacious interior that easily converts from a large open saloon during the day to a super comfortable private cabin at night.  She feels much larger than 36 feet.  Her high aspect cutter rig provides the flexibility to sail efficiently and safely in any kind of weather. Gozzard’s fit and finish is gorgeous.  She will turn heads wherever you sail.

Mast prop end of cycle

mast prop end of cycle

The Gozzard 36 is a modern yet traditional looking cutter rigged cruiser with beautiful lines, a roomy and comfortable interior with great storage, lots of deck space, and a large well contoured cockpit.  She has a spacious interior that easily converts from a large open saloon during the day to a super comfortable private cabin at night.  She feels much larger than 36 feet.  Her high aspect cutter rig provides the flexibility to sail efficiently and safely in any kind of weather. Gozzard’s fit and finish is gorgeous.  She will turn heads wherever you sail.

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