New to the market, you’ve found a neat and clean classic F-36 Convertible. Powered by Twin 454 Crusaders, equipped with air, gen and nice electronics.
Gracefully designed with an unmistakable East Coast flair, the Trojan F-36 has always been a favorite of both cruisers and serious fisherman. A 13-foot beam provides plenty of open cockpit space, as well as a roomy interior for weekending.
On board accommodations include a large salon, full galley with large fridge-freezer (newer), booth style dinette (convertible) and a spacious private v-berth, forward. The head includes a stall shower.
This F-36 also includes three helms -- at the bridge, in the salon and an additional set of controls in the cockpit.
Engines were rebuilt in 2006 with approximately 500 hours since. Photos shown here are a mix of present day (indoor) and 2012 photos (outdoors). Full fresh outdoor photos will be available after the boat is launched this Spring.
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Pier 33 is Michigan’s largest full-service marina and dealer for new boats from Chaparral and Robalo. Pier 33 also features a wide range pre-owned boats and Pier 33 Yacht Brokerage service. Pier 33 is a full service marina with dockage, winter & summer boat storage, plus comprehensive boat repair and maintenance services.
The Trojan F-36 is distinguished by an unmistakable exterior profile, wide-beam design and a convenient combination of the best for all worlds -- fishing room, cruising accommodations and entertaining areas.
The F-36's 13-foot beam provides a spacious cockpit, great for dockside lounging or serious fishing. A cockpit control station is set forward to the starboard side and includes throttles, shifts and a wheel, plus basic instrumentation. The fiberglass cockpit is surrounded by wide gunwales, plus wide sidedecks leading forward. Safety handrails extend along the side of the flybridge, allowing for easy movement to the flat, non-skid foredeck.
The flybridge is accessed by a ladder from the cockpit and includes tournament-style seating with two swivel helm chairs overlooking the cockpit and a full bench seat forward of the helm console. The bridge is completely shaded by a newer bimini top.
The salon is entered through a wide sliding patio door. Seating shown here is included, or refurnish to your needs.
The lower helm station is unobtrusive, but does provide excellent sight lines for all-weather navigating.
Step down and forward leads to the galley and dinette area. The galley, to port, features good countertop area and excellent cabinet storage, plus a full-size refrigerator (new, 2013) with freezer. The dinette is opposite, to starboard and includes ample seating in booth style for four and is also convertible to sleep two.
The head and vanity are forward of the galley, on the portside and the head compartment also includes a separate shower stall.
Fully forward, with privacy provided by a solid teak bulkhead and door, is a spacious v-berth, with plenty of headroom and natural light spread by a large overhead hatch.
The dinette and vee berth were reupholstered in 2014.
ENGINE STRINGERS REBUILT, 2006
BOTH ENGINES REBUILT 2006 -- 560 HOURS SINCE; 1878 TOTAL.