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Lapworth 36 Bellweather, Hull #32



Bell Weather, hull #32 is in terrible condition. It was abandoned at Coyote Point Marina with a slip bill of $1500. The marina tried unsuccessfully to sell it at auction with that as a starting price. As of this date, June 2011, the marina can entertain offers.

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The following ad appeared online in 2007.


Bell Weather 

36' Lapworth Sloop

  • Year: 1958
  • Current Price: US$ 19,900 
  • Located In San Francisco Bay, CA
  • Hull Material: Wood
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Single Diesel
  • YW# 15744-1696878

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer

Builder: Lapworth Designer: Lapworth

Dimensions

LOA: 36' Beam: 9'8" Displacement: 18,000 lbs.
Draft: 6'6"

Engines

Engine(s): Yanmar Engine(s) HP: 27 Engine Model: 3M
Hours: 20


Photo of 36' Lapworth Sloop
Looking Forward
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Cockpit
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Saloon to Port
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Forward Cabin
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Galley
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Saloon Aft
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Head
Photo of 36' Lapworth Sloop
Engine

Layout
Main saloon forward has dinette to port and setee to starboard, aft, there is a quarterberth to port and galley to starboard. Forward of the saloon is a head compartment and separate sleeping cabin with vee berth and stowage space. There are teak and holly soles throughout.

Navigation
  • West Marine 600 DSC VHF
  • Interphase Echo 220 depthsounder
  • Raytheon 575 Loran
  • Bulkhead compass
  • Barometer

Electrical
  • 110 vac and 12 vdc electrical systems
  • 3 batteries, 2 starting, 1 house

Galley
  • Single ss sink
  • 12 vdc/110 vac refrigerator
  • 3 burner Force 10 propane stove w/oven
  • Hot water heater

Deck Equipment
  • Anchor with chain and nylon

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