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Old 10-21-2018, 07:29 PM   #1
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Boat wanted Monk 36

Just finished Trawler Fest 2018 and AGLCA Rendezvous. Decided Monk 36 is the only boat for us. Looking for a 1996-2004 Monk 36 Classic.
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Old 10-21-2018, 07:37 PM   #2
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Just finished Trawler Fest 2018 and AGLCA Rendezvous. Decided Monk 36 is the only boat for us. Looking for a 1996-2004 Monk 36 Classic.

There are 2 for sale on the Monk Owners Association website. It has limited access.

PM me if you want me to forward contact info.
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Old 10-21-2018, 08:11 PM   #3
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There are 2 for sale on the Monk Owners Association website. It has limited access.

PM me if you want me to forward contact info.
Driving to FL to look at a 36. Also found a nice 36 in northern MI but it may cost a lot to store six months before moving it south
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There is a 1994 in Titusville, FL and a 2006 in Montreal, Canada.
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Thanks High Wire. I’m going to keep looking. Just went aboard 36 in Jacksonville, FL. It was rough and generator. Is that usual.
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Thanks High Wire. Iím going to keep looking. Just went aboard 36 in Jacksonville, FL. It was rough and generator. Is that usual.
Not sure what you are asking. A few words dropped out.
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Old 10-23-2018, 07:34 PM   #7
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Sorry. The Monk 32 we looked at today, didn’t have a generator. It seemed it never had one.
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I think most were added in by the selling dealer. Mine came out of a Canadian dealership and did not originally have air or a generator. Both were added in 1987. That is two things about Monk 36s. Almost every one has different Air and generator installations. Not that it is wrong, just different.
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Tx High Wire. I’ll keep that in mind as I keep looking.
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Where are you intending to use it?
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We looked at the Monk 36 in Titusville Municipal Marina, FL. It looks good and shows normal wear. But we did not get excited feeling we like. Also there has been 2 owners in 2 years. Something odd there. The hunt is still on.
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DC36Monk. We are hoping to our first 4-6 months in flat smooth waters like inland water while getting acquainted. Any suggestions
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DC36Monk. We are hoping to our first 4-6 months in flat smooth waters like inland water while getting acquainted. Any suggestions


I live in the PNW and do most of my boating in British Columbia. I'm spoiled by the cruising opportunities here. Sometimes it's flat but then sometimes, not so flat. what you will find with the Monk 36 is that it will comfortably handle more than you're comfortable handling. They're great boats.
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Sorry. The Monk 32 we looked at today, didnít have a generator. It seemed it never had one.
There was a 32 made?
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Driving to FL to look at a 36. Also found a nice 36 in northern MI but it may cost a lot to store six months before moving it south
A fresh water winter stored vessel may be worth the hassle, especially in comparison to a hurricane area boat.
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There was a 32 made?
Original made in Asia until 1992 and moved factory to Nova Scoita and made until 2008
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Got to agree with you. We’d prefer a fresh water boat for sure
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In northern Michigan I bet on the hard winter storage goes for something near $1,000. Add less than $500 for shrink wrapping and a couple of hundred for winterizing if you don't do it yourself and the whole winter storage thing should be less than $2,000.


But hurry if you want to be able to do a sea trial before the water freezes.


I like Monk 36s as well. Same as the GB 36 but 2/3 the price.



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At our marina on Lake Superior, outdoor storage is $34.50 a foot (about $1200 for the 36'). Includes haulout, bottom wash, and launch. Does not include shrinkwrap, which is $21/ft, not including zippers, vents, or framing. It's Wisconsin, but only a couple miles from Northern Michigan.
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Is this the one you looked at in FL?

https://tampa.craigslist.org/pnl/boa...696492990.html

It is older than what you are looking for and looks messy on the interior.
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