- Price: AUD$ POA
- Length: 36
- Location: QLD
- Hull type: Mono
- Propulsion: Power
- Usage: Leisure
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Fairway 36 Flybridge
The Anchorline team have proudly SOLD & SETTLED the Fairway 36 Flybridge ‘Prima Donna’.
Anchorline is proud to exclusively present this fastidiously maintained 1994 Fairway 36 Flybridge to the market.
The Australian designed and built Fairway cruiser has proven to be economical, low maintenance, safe and very sea worthy. Over the years Fairway 36’s that our brokerage has sold have traveled as far north as Darwin, down to Tasmania and across to Adelaide. This 1994 model has only had 3 owners since being launched, she has been maintained in excellent condition and recent upgrades have been undertaken to ensure she be cruising for many years to come. Features that make the Fairway 36 popular include the one level saloon and galley which leads out into the covered cockpit. A spacious bathroom with large shower stall. Their economical running cost (most average 15-20 lph). Uncomplicated systems and easy to maintain. Uncluttered engine rooms with good access for servicing.
More specifically, This Fairway 36 is a two cabin layout. There is a double berth in the forward cabin and two single berths in the guest’s cabin on the Port Side. The electric toilet is plumbed to a holding tank via a ‘Y’ value. In addition to the shower in the bathroom, there is also a shower at the transom. There are clothes lockers and storage in both cabins. Two of the three foredeck hatches have been replaced and are fitted with canvas covers. As with all Fairway’s models, the galley runs the full length of the starboard side of the saloon. A new Dometic 12v fridge has recently been installed, there is a gas two burner Smev cook top, and a Samsung microwave. There is also a large top loading freezer and front loading fridge (12v Danfoss compressed) in the cockpit. Opposite the galley is a large ‘L’ shaped settee with a teak dining table which can convert to provide an additional berth if required. White venetian blinds are fitted to the saloon windows, there is LED lighting throughout and breezeway covers covers are fitted to the forward (accommodation) windows. There is also a shade cloth window cover on the front window.
The lower helm station has a recently installed Raymarine touch-screen depth sounder and GPS. A Raymarine auto pilot was fitted at the same time. There is a GME VHF, AM/FC CD Stereo and CCTV display (connected to a camera at the transom). The Bow Thruster can be operated via the remote at the lower station or via the wireless remote when on the flybridge and the anchor winch from the foredeck or at either station. Also at the helm is the operating panel for the holding tank as well as the generator. The house, start and generator batteries are located under the helm seat and battery charger and 1500 watt inverter are behind the helm (accessed from the guest’s cabin). The bow thruster has it’s own battery supply, housed under the double berth.
Access to the engine compartment is via two large hatches in the saloon floor. The 300hp Cummins (6BT) has recently had a big overhaul and presents very well. The fuel and water tanks have also been replaced with stainless steel tanks (2 fuel and 2 water). Also in the engine room is the Woodies hot water system (heat exchange and 240v heated), a Seawasp generator (just serviced) and the 12v Danfoss compressor which runs the cockpit fridge unit. From the saloon you walk straight out onto the uncluttered (carpeted) cockpit. The awning and clears (around the sides) makes this space usable in all types of weather. Access to the swim platform is through a transom door and a stainless steel ladder takes you up to the flybridge. Neatly housed under the ladder is the 12v freezer and fridge. A large hatch in the floor gives access to the lazarette (great for storing crab pots) and there are lockers around the cockpit for stowing lines, fenders, etc. There is also a Southern Stainless Cookout BBQ mounted to the transom on the port side. The Achillies rigid bottom inflatable (3.1m) is kept on the stainless steel transom davits and is powered by a 15hp Yamaha outboard. These were purchased in 2017.
With clears around three sides on the flybridge and a bimini, you enjoy cruising from up here or just relaxing whilst at anchor. The two long settees are great for lounging and there is plenty of space on the flybridge deck for lying in the sun, sitting on a beam bag or for storing equipment. If you’re heading somewhere with a bridge, the bimini can be lowered to give better clearance.
Having just been antifouled and all maintenance up-to-date, you can step aboard and be out on the water in time for the Easter holidays and the winter cruising season. A private inspection is highly recommended, will not disappoint and is available by prior appointment at the Gold Coast. Please contact our office for further details.