Watkins 36 Sailboat For Sale - just $10,000!!!

by Charlotte Nagle-Alexander
(Brunswick, Georgia, USA)






SORRY, NOW SOLD!



"Ocean Odysea" is a 1978, Watkins/Portman 36. She has a newer Isuzu 40HP Diesel, 1 year old transmission, A/C reverse cycle, 12 volt refrigeration, MSD ( Marine sanitation device), bottom paint 2014, life raft, instant hot water (on demand), and much more. See complete list below.

Watkins bought Portman in 1978 and produced complete the production of the Portman 36 as the Watkins 36. "Ocean Odysea" is one of the last boats built by Portman. She is a great ICW boat with shallow draft (4.5 feet) and has a bridge clearance of 46 feet.

We kept her in the Bahamas and sailed her South Georgia. If you are in the market for an affordable ICW cruiser/live aboard, "Ocean Odysea" should be on your short list.

  • Life raft;
  • Dock lines;
  • Fenders;
  • Shore power cable;
  • Spare Engine parts (oil, filters, belts, etc);
  • Standard horizon GPS chart CPN 350;
  • Kenyon knot meter;
  • Compass;
  • Bimini;
  • Cockpit table;
  • Cockpit cushions;
  • Mast steps;
  • Two anchor bow mounts;
  • 2 Danforth anchors 22 lbs;
  • Nylon and chain rode;
  • 3 Burner propane;
  • 12V refrigeration;
  • S/S sink;
  • Pressure water;
  • Large storage areas;
  • Hot water on demand SPS Marine ;
  • Microwave;
  • Spare 3 blade prop;
  • Isuzu 40 HP engine with engine accessed from 4 sides - 242 Hours;
  • New transmission;
  • Reverse cycle heat and air by "Cruisair";
  • Raritan MSD.


Engine fouled up at the moment so price reduced to just $10,000!

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