Vessel Name: Audrey Jill
Vessel Number: 662714
- Builder: Albin
- Hull material: Solid Fiberglass Semi Displacement
- Year: 1983
- Model: 36 Dual Cabin
- Length: 36 feet
- Beam: 13 feet 2 inches
- Draft: 3 feet 6 inches
- Air Draft (bridge clearance super structure) 12 feet 6 inches
- Weight: 18,500 pounds
- Fuel: 350 gals.
- Fresh Water: 240 gals.
- Waste: 40 gals.
- Salon Headroom: 6’ 3”
- Cabin(s) Headroom: 6’
- 400 Watt +/- Solar Array
- 200 Ah Battery Bank (estimate)
1983 original (single screw) Ford Lehman Model 6D380 six-cylinder naturally aspirated 120-horsepower diesel engine. Fuel burn at 1,500 RPM is approximately 1.5 gallons per hour at a speed of 6.0 knots. 3200 total hours.
Albin 36 Trawler Review
In spite of her age, the Albin 36 remains a popular boat with those who enjoy the look and feel of a trawler-style yacht and the economy of single-screw propulsion.
A classic trawler design, her traditional two-stateroom, all-teak interior (note the parguet flooring) is arranged with the galley in the salon together with a lower helm, two sliding deck access doors, and an C-shaped convertible settee.
Both fore and aft staterooms have private heads, and there’s a tub/shower combination in the aft head compartment.
Construction is solid fiberglass, and a full-length skeg protects the running gear in a grounding. Topside, the flybridge will seat six and comes with a fold-down mast and boom. Finished with an abundance of exterior brightwork, the teak decks, rails, cabintop, doors, and hatches all add much to her appearance but require considerable maintenance.
A single 120hp Lehman diesel (standard for many years) will cruise the Albin 36 at 6.5 knots while burning only 1.5 gallons per hour.
About 500 were built.
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