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bstrunk2



Joined: 15 Mar 2018
Posts: 2
City/Region: Havre de Grace
State or Province: MD
C-Dory Year: 1993
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Erina Durbin
Photos: Erina Durbin
PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:19 pm    Post subject: 1993 22' Cruiser (Havre de Grace, Md) $32,000 Reply with quote

Ready to make the Grand Circuit!

(Call Bill Strunk at 859-492-1964 for more particulars. I spend more of my time in Lexington, Kentucky than in Havre de Grace. But, I can arrange for you to view the boat and take a ride, at least until October 31 when she goes back into the High & Dry. After that, not until April 1, 2019

I have lots of pictures! Apparently, the files are too large to fit in this post. But, if you are interested, I will email pictures. I will try and post at least one picture with the other C-Dory pictures on the website.

“Erina Durbin” C-Dory 22' Cruiser

Boat: Never stored in the water; always stored inside. Still has factory
bottom paint! In GREAT condition!
22 ft. outboard cabin cruiser with bow pulpit and chain locker, Bomar
opening hatch over V berth, 6'2” headroom in main cabin
36 gallon fuel system with two 18 gallon tanks
Steering station with wheel, cushioned seat, throttle, shifter, VHF, compass,
fuel gauge, RPM meter, battery charge indicator
2 marine batteries with selector switch
Opening forward side windows
Windshield wiper forward of steering station
V berth with cushions, zip privacy curtain, cabin lights, sleeps two
Dinette, 2 single bench seats with cushions, dining table: converts to single
berth
Galley with stove, wooden stove cover, sink with foot pump faucet, icebox
Under seat storage
Under dining table storage
Under galley storage
Under steering station footrest storage
Above windshield open storage for printed material – charts, manuals, etc.
Wood grain laminate over marine plywood cabinetry and entry door
20 gallon fresh water tank
Sizable cockpit with side storage bins and storage locker & battery
compartment beside motor well
Mahogany rod racks for four rods
Portable toilet storage & portapotty at entrance to v berth


Power
70 hp Johnson (Suzuki), 1998, 192 hours
8 hp Tohatsu Electric Start, 2015, with portable gas tank, 10 hours
Two 18 gallon gas tanks with electric fuel gauge at steering station
Small tool bag for Tohatsu
4 spark plugs


Mooring

Anchors, 1 Danforth-type stored on bow pulpit connected to anchor chain, 1
Guardian aluminum “lunch hook” with 100 ft nylon line, spare
Danforth type storm anchor stored under dinette
100 ft. anchor chain with nylon anchor line in chain locker
Dock lines, 2
Spring lines, 2
Boat hook
Inflatable fenders, 2


Safety

Navigation and anchor lights
Electric bilge/cockpit pump
PFDs ( 2 inflatable, 2 type II, 1 type IV throwable cushion)
Brass horn (blow your own)
Emergency ladder in bag (secure bag in motor well inside transom and pull
cord from water to deploy)
Signal mirror
Canvas bailing bucket
Medical Guide to Hazardous Marine Life


Navigation

Richie illuminated compass
Chartbook for Chesapeake Bay, 2017
Chart for Delaware Bay and C&D Canal
Charting instruments (dividers, scales, protractors, etc.)
Map Tech transparent water resistant chart holder with zip closure
Tubular chart holder


Electronics
VHF marine radio with antenna (locks flat for storage)
Humminbird fish finder/depth finder
(Chart Plotters used were Windows laptop with Fugawi software and/or
Samsung Android Tablet with Navionics Software. No longer on boat)


Electrical Equipment

Portable marine battery/jump starter with 150 watt inverter and USB port
Splitters for 12 volt socket, 2
West Marine inverter for 12 volt socket
Boat vacuum, 12 volt
Fans, 2


Cooking

Origo two-burner alcohol stove with reversible wooden burner cover/food
prep surface
Stainless steel sink with foot pedal faucet
Dish drainer and tray
Cockpit propane grill with mount for permanent rod holder
Stainless Skillet w/lid
Silicone spatter cover for skillet
Coffee pot, drip
Pots with lids
Knives, chef & paring
Spatulas, silicone
Pancake turner
Grater, flat, multiple inserts
Peeler
Tongs
Measuring cups and spoons
Can opener
Potato masher
Meat thermometer
Manual crank hand mixer/egg beater
Whisk


Eating and Drinking

Marine dinner service for 4 with nonskid bottoms (plates, mugs, glasses,
bowls, custard cups, wine glasses)
Stainless steel flatware for 4 (knives, forks, spoons, steak knives)
Ice bucket
Cork screw


Food Storage

48 quart (4.5 gallon) Igloo cooler under galley
Built in ice box/ food storage locker
2 net storage hammocks for fruit, vegetables, canned goods, etc.


Fishing

Humminbird fish finder/depth finder (See Electronics)
Mahogany rod rack in cockpit for 4 rods
7 rod holder mounts and insertable rod holders, 2 starboard, 2 port,
and 3 on stern
2 permanent rod holders, 1 starboard, 1 port
Fillet station and mount for permanent rod holder
Fish billy
Troller's Handbook


Documentation

Johnson engine manuals
Tohatsu engine manual
Various manuals and instructions for equipment and accessories
Handbook for 12 Volt Boat's Electrical System
C-Dory sales brochure
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JMacLeod



Joined: 26 Jun 2018
Posts: 111
City/Region: Stuart
State or Province: FL
C-Dory Year: 2018
C-Dory Model: 255 Tomcat
Vessel Name: C-Shalom
Photos: JMacLeod
PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2018 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is one of the best detailed sales ad I've seen, but the two most important items are missing... price and pictures.
Kinda like a hook without bait, I don't think it's going to get as many bites as it should.

Send a private message to TyBoo.
I don't know if this will work, but here's a link to his profile page.
http://www.c-brats.com/profile.php?mode=viewprofile&u=4
Click the "PM" button next to Private Message and ask him for a photo album.
You'll be able to upload your photos to the site then.

Best of luck with the sale!

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Bucky



Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 20
City/Region: Lakebay
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2002
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Greeniron
Photos: Greeniron
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 2:13 pm    Post subject: 22 C Dory Reply with quote

I truly believe I sold this C Dory to Bill back in 2000!
It was a factory demo boat, at Kent Wa. I bought it from the factory January 1996. Had a 70 Johnson 2 stroke outboard with 55 hours. was a good boat!
I got diesel fever and sold the boat and got a little lobster boat with a Yanmar diesel. Ha, 2 years later I sold the lobster boat and bought a new 22 C Dory!
Bill would be the 2nd owner. Good luck with the sale Bill.
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bstrunk2



Joined: 15 Mar 2018
Posts: 2
City/Region: Havre de Grace
State or Province: MD
C-Dory Year: 1993
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Erina Durbin
Photos: Erina Durbin
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 2:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey, I bought this boat from a guy who was doing catch and release with sharks at the mouth of the Potomac. What ever happened to Him!!?

Washington State now? Are sharks even allowed in Washington State? I thought their natural habitat was Washington, D.C.

Good to hear from you Bucky! Keep cruisin' & enjoyin'!

-- Bill
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robhwa



Joined: 04 Dec 2013
Posts: 69
City/Region: Anderson Island
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2003
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: “ Problemadela
Photos: Problemadela
PostPosted: Sun Nov 25, 2018 8:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bstrunk2 wrote
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Washington State now? Are sharks even allowed in Washington State?


I was born in Havre de Grace and great up on the "Bay", and have dealt with my share of catching sharks while fishing for other species, but have lived here in Puget Sound country for 31 years now. Yes, sharks are alive and well in Puget Sound. The most common one is the Spiny dogfish (2-4 ft), which is primarily annoying for fisherman, as you catch a lot of them when you are fishing for other fish, particularly halibut. We also have a large shark species, the six-gilled shark. They are rare, and can get up to 18 ft. I've never seen one alive in the wild, and that is probably just as well.

So, yes, sharks are here, and some are abundant.
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Bucky



Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 20
City/Region: Lakebay
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2002
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Greeniron
Photos: Greeniron
PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2018 1:22 pm    Post subject: 22 Reply with quote

Thanks Bill.
The boat looks very nice.
If I recall, I traded the 70 2 stroke for a Evinrude 4 stroke, did you get a new outboard for it?
And, do you have the trailer?
I sure would like to see it, but it is so very far away............
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