This 1979 Rogger SM 36 is one of the last boats that came out of Stangate Marine. She is a rugged motorsailer with a ketch rig and has been in present ownership since 1988. Her inventory includes a Perkins 4236 72HP diesel engine (running well), six berths, furling genoa, hot air heating, shore power and more.
GRP Hull and Superstructure
Enclosed wheelhouse with a sliding door aft
Double Ender (Canoe stern)
D - Fendering
Rig and Sails
Aluminium Masts (in tabernacles) and booms
Furling (Rotostay) forestay
Sails by Arun
Mainsail with lazyjacks in good condition
Furling Headsail in good condition
Mizzen in good condition
Mainsail boom cover and Mizzen boom cover
2 x Lewmar No. 16 two speed Genoa sheet winches
Pulpit, stanchions and guardrails with opening gates
Mooring Lines and Fenders
Anchor, chain, warp, spare anchor and warp
Electric Anchor Windlass
Opening deck hatches
Numerous grab rails
Navman Depth 2100
Sailor RT144B VHF
Garmin GPSmap 182C (Colour Plotter)
Furuno Radar (scanner requires attention)
Neco Auto Pilot
U-shaped settee to starboard with a saloon table. Bench seat to port. Helm further forward to port with folding seat. Loads of locker space.
Down two steps into a Linear galley to port with a sink, draining board, cupboards. 12V. fridge, "Flavel B.700C " 2 x burner gas cooker with grill and oven
Marine toilet and shower to starboard
Cabin to starboard forward of the heads compartment with two single bunks
Double berth offset to starboard in the forward cabin with opening deck hatch, hanging locker and loads of storage space
Hot Water from the engine and shore-power
Hot air heating
2 x 12 Volt Batteries (1 replaced in 2015)
220V. Shore Power with 3 pin sockets throughout
"Seely" Battery Charger with booster
Electric sump pump for shower
Manual Bilge pump
3 x life jackets
This Rogger 36 has been in current ownership since 1988. She is a classic long distance motor sailer and is excellent value.
"She was built in Stangate Marine in 1979 for a boxing promoter, costing around £34,000 Pounds Stg., which was a lot of money at the time.
I first saw this boat in 1988, it was love at first sight. That love has endured to the present day. We acquired her and began the task of bringing her back to her former glory. She has been the luckiest and happiest boat one could wish for. In October 1988 a friend and I took her to Falmouth where my wife and I lived on board in the old marina there.
In June 1989 we sailed to Le Havre and traversed the Seine, Saone-Marne, Rhone and on to the Med. via Cap d'Agde and then on to Majorca for two years and Puerta de la Duquesa for the following two years.
She remained in Duquesa until 1999, when I hired a skipper to bring her home via the Midi Canal.
Once home we renovated her again. Since then we have sailed her out of Monkstown Bay in Cork Harbour from May through September and then laid her up ashore from October to April every year in Crosshaven Boatyard."