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bstrunk2



Joined: 15 Mar 2018
Posts: 3
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: Sat Apr 20, 2019 11:49 am    Post subject: SOLD - 1993 22'Cruiser $28,900 (Havre de Grace, MD) Reply with quote

This boat has always been stored under cover and never in the water. She still has her original bottom paint. She was set up to make the "Grand Circuit" or "Great Loop" as the inventory below will show. The price is negotiable. Call or text Bill Strunk (859) 492-1964; email is bstrunk44@gmail.com

Inventory “Erina Durbin” C-Dory 22' Cruiser

Boat:
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 table floor storage
Under galley storage
Under steering station footrest storage
Above windshield 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
Portable toilet storage at entrance to v berth

Power
70 hp Johnson, 1998, 192 hours
8 hp Tohatsu Electric Start, 2015, with portable gas tank, 15 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
Electric bilge 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

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
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, vegtables, 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, 4 (2 on each side) and 3 on rear
2 permanent rod holders
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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Bucky



Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 23
City/Region: Lakebay
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2002
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Greeniron
Photos: Greeniron
PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 12:54 pm    Post subject: C-Dory Reply with quote

I'm Watching this.
What happened to the trailer?
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frogman



Joined: 04 Jun 2019
Posts: 10
City/Region: Forks
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 1993
C-Dory Model: 22 Classic
PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:21 pm    Post subject: 1993 22' Cruiser, trailer bunk placement Reply with quote

I just bought this boat last week.
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Bucky



Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 23
City/Region: Lakebay
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2002
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Greeniron
Photos: Greeniron
PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:43 pm    Post subject: C Dory Reply with quote

Good show Frogman!
You are the third owner. I bought that boat from C-Dory in January, 1996. It was the factory demo boat. Had 55 hours on the 70hp Johnson 2 stroke. Lived in Az. then, many trips to Lake Powell. Moved to Va.,used it on the Bay. Sold it to Bill in 2001. Two years later, bought a new 22' C-Dory! Go figure huh.
you got a good boat. Enjoy.
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frogman



Joined: 04 Jun 2019
Posts: 10
City/Region: Forks
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 1993
C-Dory Model: 22 Classic
PostPosted: Mon Jul 01, 2019 10:18 pm    Post subject: c-dory for sale Reply with quote

Thanks for that info Bucky, its always good to know the boats history. Anything else you might remember good or bad would be appreciated. You and Bill took very good care of her and I could tell Bill had a hard time parting with it.

What was the boats first name? She is currently located at my brothers house in Maryland right now, going to ship to the westcoast soon. This is my first C-dory, and first fiberglass boat. I like the utilitarian look and really enjoy learning on this website, not to mention all the good people and help I've received.

Rob
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Bucky



Joined: 21 Sep 2008
Posts: 23
City/Region: Lakebay
State or Province: WA
C-Dory Year: 2002
C-Dory Model: 22 Cruiser
Vessel Name: Greeniron
Photos: Greeniron
PostPosted: Thu Jul 04, 2019 1:43 pm    Post subject: Boat Reply with quote

I named the boat, Pleiades, but did not paint the name on the boat..
Pleiades is the tiny dipper like open star cluster that rises before Orion in the winter night sky.
I had no problems with the boat at all. I sold it to buy another kind of boat, that did not work out, and went back to C-Dory 2 years later. I did trade the 70 hp Johnson two stroke that the builder installed on the boat new, for a Johnson 70 four stroke fuel injected outboard, and was amazed at the dramatic increase in range. There was no noticeable difference in speed. Unless Bill replaced the outboard at some time, he put very little time on it.
Many folks think 70 hp is not enough power, and if you pile a bunch of weight into the boat, and carry a big crew it probable isn't. I was happy enough with the 70 hp four stroke I installed another one on the next 22' C-Dory I bought two years later. That one, a, 02, had no bottom paint, I kept it waxed, and it could run 30 mph on the gps. I cruised @ 12 to 20 mph.
worked good at Lake Powell, our favorite cruising ground.
Enjoy your new C-Dory, they are truly remarkably useful boats. be carful on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, it can gobble you up.
Only thing I would do is replace the water pump on the outboard, it could be very old. Bucky.
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