SOLD 1968 36ft Cruising Trimaran for sale

United States > Southwest FL > Port LaBelle Marina, LaBelle, FL

Asking Price: 29,500 USD

Year: 1970 - Used

Manufacturer: Intercontinental (made in 1968)

Length: 36 feet

Hull Material: Composite fiberglass construction (balsa cored)

Description:

This is a factory build not an owner built boat.

Designed by Louis Macouillard of SanFrancisco (also famous for his watercolors) a peer of Piver and Brown.

Composite fiberglass construction (balsa cored) by Frank Meldau of International Fiberglass (IFG) also known for his class racing catamarans "Isotope" and "Cheshire Cat".

Factory built under the supervision of Bill Fetner at Intercontinental Trimarans in North Carolina.

"Wings" is hull #7 of an estimated two dozen built. USCG documented with COASTWISE endorsement so she can be chartered and used commercially.

36' length, 18' beam, 3'6" draft, 48' bridge clearance

Repowered in the 90's with a Yanmar 36hp 3 cylinder 3JH2E diesel. Runs great and just changed the oil and filter. Currently has approximately 3500 hours.

2 double bunks, a small aft cabin, and a small v-birth. Standing headroom in the main cabin, galley, and head. Large cockpit with dodger and full enclosure.

My wife and I bought Wings last year after looking for an affordable multi-hull, tri or catamaran, for months, and she was by far the most solid and cruise ready. We just completed a 6 month cruise all over the Keys, Dry Tortugas, and Bahamas. Wings is the perfect shallow draft Bahamas cruiser.

We just had her hauled out to repair damage she sustained in a storm. VHF antenna at top of mast was struck by lightning and the boat ran aground during a squall while in the Bahamas. Rudder damage has been repaired and most of the electrical damage has been fixed including a new Xantrex 1800 inverter and a new Airmar depth transducer. We will continue repairing things and adjust the price accordingly but the boat is functional and cruise ready today. This is an old-school grounded boat so the lightning damage wasn't too bad. A newer ungrounded boat next to us, at anchor during the storm, was also hit and the lightning blew a hole thru the hull. Sadly that boat took on water and was a total loss. We sailed Wings back to Florida...

Lots of features and updating over the years. Kyocera solar panels, Xantrex 1800 inverter/charger, Pompanette AC, Raymarine A50D chart plotter, Raymarine auto pilot (not working at the moment but mechanical is there), propane stove, 2 propane tanks, microwave, PUR water maker, Yamaha 2000 watt gas generator, Fortress anchor, 50 feet chain, 200 feet of new anchor rode, spare anchors and rode, Isotemp water heater, Isotherm fridge (not working but hope to have fixed asap), Zodiac roll-up inflatable dinghy, Yamaha 3hp outboard, and lots of spares, charts, cruising gear, etc.