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mergens7



Joined: 02 Aug 2023
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City/Region: Seattle
State or Province: WA
PostPosted: Wed Aug 02, 2023 1:35 pm    Post subject: ISO 22’ cruiser Reply with quote

Hello, I’m ISO 2002 or newer 22 Cruiser. I’m located in Seattle area but will make the trip for the right boat.

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rfjphoto



Joined: 08 Sep 2016
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City/Region: Vancouver
State or Province: WI
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2023 3:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just posted my 22 c-dory, I am in Vancouver WA bob 360-241-6812


1987 C-Dory 22ft in perfect condition, SEA WOLFE, everything works, loads of upgrades (modern hull, 1987-Present). Hull laid January 7, 1987, #286) 3 owner boat, mine since 2017. Hand built, early model without flaws or production hurry-ups. Care shows in lay-up, finish details.
Previous owner was Sea Wolf on the C-Dory forum, he did lots of upgrades and we did lots more including rewiring everything with the correct gauge and adding newer electronics, batteries, charger/inverter and much more. Over $10k of upgrades from us alone.
Extra photos link: https://postimg.cc/gallery/MHNGdhZ
EZ Loader Trailer with 2 axels. 4 New Tires, hubs, and bearing buddies 7/2023
Has a platform in front to stand on when launching and retrieving. Quick straps in rear
2005 Yamaha 90 hp Four-Stroke Long Shaft, Fuel injected, computer controlled, DOHC engine with just under 200 hours. The 200 hour service has been completed. Includes two 3 bladed props (17” & 15” pitch, and new/unused Solas 4 blade 15” prop, plus prop wrench and spare parts kit. I have the factory shop manual for the engine in pdf form and will email it to the new owner. Fuel is fed through Racor filter body with replaceable cartridge. Motor has “The Edge” hydrofoil which I thought was the best match with the engine
Suzuki 9.9 HP Fuel Injected 4 stroke kicker motor with power tilt and electric start. Has less than 4 hours on this motor.
12” Large trim tabs with auto feature. They tend to steady the boat in any position because they are large
Electronics (I believe in redundancy!)
Kenwood DDX5738H DVD/CD/MP3 Player with rear camera view 4 Speakers
Garmin GPSMAP 741xs Multifunction Display 7" diagonal WVGA touchscreen with pinch-to-zoom. Includes both BlueChart® g2 coastal and LakeVü™ HD inland mapping for the U.S.Data Interface: NMEA 2000, NMEA 0183, WiFi connectivity MUCH MORE! Google it
GARMIN GPSMAP 942xs Chartplotter/Sonar Combo with U.S. BlueChart g3 HD and LakeVu HD Charts. 9” high-resolution multi-touch WSVGA display with intuitive touchscreen controls. MUCH MORE! Google it
Simrad RS35 AIS VHf Radio (See Below for details and functions)
Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC VHS Radio/Weather/Distress
Cobra 18 WX ST II CB Weather Radio
Two Interior cabin Lights that light up white or red for Night Vision
Full lighting in cabin per per standard equipment, plus florescent light over cabin door, and two red/white map lights under electronic shelf. 12 foot long string of red LED lights above heads surround inside cabin. Two Interior Cabin lights operable from helm or rear cabin
External lighting: Full original Coast Guard required lighting, plus Ray-Line bow rail mounted remote controlled flood / spot light, a second manually operated spotlight on rear of cabin, plus two front and two rear cabin mounted flood lights.
Bow Spot Light that is rotatable with a joystick at helm
Two Bright back deck lights
One Rear Spot Light
Rear Blue LED rope light around back deck hidden from view but lights the deck nicely
V-berth cabin has sealed window ports near the bow for some interior lighting and an open feeling. The standard bow hatch in the deck does not leak, provides fresh air, and gives access to the bow when attending anchor.
Propane accessories: Wedgewood 3-burner propane galley stove. Force 10 Cozy Cabin Heater with ducting. 5 gallon fiberglass propane tank inside of engine well. Electric controls and switches. Additionally has a vent/hatch over stove for venting cooking odors, and a galley fan.
ABSO IC122055 Inverter/Chargers Pure Sine Wave 2000 watt continuous 4000 watt peak (See Below for details and functions)
Aires 500 Windlass with both helm console controls and a wired remote to go up on foredeck Through the hatch and operate the windlass on deck. Includes 100 feet of G4 High-Test Acco Chain, 250 feet of New England Ropes 3-strand white nylon anchor cordage, and Fortress FX-16 Danforth type Aluminum Alloy Anchor with stainless swivel link. (This is a BIG Fortress, recommended for up to 38 foot boats!) Lewmar pivoting/drop-down anchor roller for self-launching. VHF, CB, TV antennas with antenna switch
All standard equipment included: 2-18 gallon fuel tanks, 20 gallon fresh water tank, electric galley faucet, stainless sink, dinette/convertible berth, helm seat, steering/helm console, v-berth, Porta-Potti (unused in 29 years), full cushions, storage lockers under galley, dinette seats, dinette and helm floor, etc. Standard ice box with tray under helm seat. Full, original enamel type (washable) Zolatone interior. Stainless helm steering wheel with spinner knob. Ritchie compass. Bomar deck hatch. Has Decagard plastic/marine wooden plywood interior for easy modifications and nice true marine look. Back door re-painted with polyurethan paint.
Also includes: Electric analog console clock. Electric heater/defroster for center window. Third map light under electronics shelf. Two oscillating fans to defrost side center windows or cool passengers in summer mounted under electronics shelf. 5” ship’s chromed bell, C-Brat, burgee, US Nautical flag, two pennant staffs (bow and cabin rear), boat hook, dual electric horn, a throwable cushion (CG required), drink holders, etc., etc..
Added 3 water tight Hatches in the V birth.
Has windows in the V birth.
Nice curtains custom made
Installed interior 3 foot grab bar
Microwave stored under seat.
Ice box, standard storage under settee, seats, floor, sink etc..
New bottom paint 7-2023
Installed 3 fused panel power with front and rear switches,18 switches for all the electronics, lights, wipers, defroster and more
Two front and two rear USB charging ports. 2 rear 12v power ports
Two internal rotating fans
Two transducers, one for each GPS Chart Plotter/Sounder
Three Wipers
Window Defroster

Upgraded all wiring with proper gauge and added two more external house batteries for a total of 4 batteries. Installed battery selector switch.
Installed shore power connection and a charger/invertor.
Installed Yakima rails and crossbar rack. Put Sport Rack cargo box on roof.
Force 10 propane heater and a fiberglass propane tank mounted in stern well.
Two Ladders, stainless mounted in bow and back deck hung over bulkhead.
New Bottom Paint July 2023

--Frozen and needs repair -- Minn-Kota Engine Mounted Electric Trolling motor (mounted on top of anti-ventilation plate and hydrofoil)), with 42 pounds of thrust and F-N-R direction control. This drives the boat from 0 up to 2 mph for slow trolling in freshwater lakes. Minimum speed with the Yamaha is about 2 mph.
Specifications for Simrad RS35
Waterproof Rating: IPX7
In busy shipping lanes or bustling marinas, the RS35 Fixed VHF Radio/AIS Receiver offers the ability to see, hear and be heard for increased safety.
AIS Receiver is built in: The RS35 combines a built-in dual channel AIS receiver, which allows AIS reception and VHF use with just one antenna, and the latest VHF functionality, and the optional HS35 Wireless Handset offers an impressive range and inductive charging.
Plug-and-play NMEA 2000 integration lets you view another boat’s DSC distress call from a Simrad NSS chart plotter screen or receive vital GPS location data for accurate DSC call information. The RS35 has selectable Dual and TriWatch scanning modes and a large internal speaker, which is great for use as a PA. The 22-watt hailer horn output has an automatic fog signal and a listen-back function.
TrackYourBuddy™: Additional features include 20 user-programmable names with MMSI and TrackYourBuddy™, which keeps you up to date with your friends’ positions, by allowing you to connect your VHF DSC position polling with your chart plotter to show the location of up to three boating friends on the chart display.
Wireless Microphone: The innovative HS35 handheld wireless mic (Model 14078000, sold separately) is the perfect companion for the RS35, offering a compact handheld solution. With a range of up to 100m from the RS35 VHF base, battery life of eight hours and inductive charging, the HS35 is energy efficient and always ready to use.
AIS Type: Receive only
Channel Selection: Multi-function knob
Controls: Eight buttons, Pwr/vol, Squelch, Channel knobs
Mic Controls: 16/9, Hi/low, Scan, Favorite channel, channel up/dn.
Display Type: Dot matrix LCD
Scanning Modes: Favorite channels (3), Dual/Tri Watch
Weather Alert: Yes
Receiver Performance: Sensitivity: 0.25µV; Rejection: 70dB
NMEA Interface: NMEA 2000
Info for ABSO IC122055 Inverter/Chargers Pure Sine Wave 2000 watt continuous 4000 watt peak
Lightweight, high frequency inverter/charger runs your microwave oven, kitchen appliances, and consumer electronics when you’re away from the dock.
Combines a high-efficiency inverter to convert 12V battery power to premium, pure sine wave, 120V AC current with a multi-stage charger. Produces reliable power for everything from your most sensitive electronics to your highest-demand loads. Multi-stage, temperature-controlled charger ensures that your onboard batteries are quickly and efficiently charged.
Includes an automatic transfer switch that allows seamless switching from shore power to inverter/battery power. Bright LED display continuously monitors battery status and load.
Two standard, three-prong, GFCI, 120V outlets for powering large motor loads or entertainment systems and a single 5V USB port to recharge smartphones and other devices. 120V output can also be hardwired using the unit’s built-in terminal strip.
Multi-stage smart charger: Abso IC122055 Inverter/Chargers feature a built-in multi-stage charger to ensure batteries are recharged safely and efficiently, a low battery alarm and shutdown to prevent total battery discharge, an overload and over-temperature shutdown to ensure that the inverter will not become overheated or subjected to power demands beyond its rated capability, and an integrated transfer switch with supplementary breaker. This provides for a smooth transition between shore power and battery power, while the automatic AC load sensing feature will ensure battery capacity is maximized.
Efficient design and compact footprint allows for installation in a variety of locations. The Abso inverter/charger is designed to offer reliable AC power and battery charging to boats, RVs, trucks, residential homes and cabins.
Key Features
Lightweight, high frequency design with high surge capability to start demanding loads
Run your household appliances in your truck, boat or RV
True Sine Wave output to run motor loads and sensitive electronics
Multi-stage charger will charge your deep cycle batteries quickly and efficiently
Integrated transfer switch allows you to switch seamlessly from shore power to battery power
Ideal inverter for running microwave ovens, kitchen appliances, and consumer electronics
Continuous capacity of 2000 watts, and surge rated for 4000 watts
Charger output: 55A at 12V DC
Inverter output: 16.6A at 120V AC / 60Hz, true sine wave with total harmonic distortion of less than 3 percent
Status indicators: System panel with LED indicator and LCD screen
Automatic functions: Transfer switch, multi-stage charging
User selectable functions: Battery type (gel, flooded, AGM, Lithium), equalization
Peak inverter efficiency is 90%
Transfer switch time: less than 20ms
Transfer switch rating: 30A
Dimensions: 18 13/16"L x 9"W x 4 1/2"H
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