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Name: 36 Sundeck
Length: 36
Hull Type: Semi-Disp.
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 420 gals.
Model Years: 1998—2006
Draft: 3'8"
Beam: 12'7"
Water Capacity: 180 gals.
Waste Capacity: 60 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: --
The Heritage East 36 Sundeck is an updated version of the popular Nova 36 Sundeck, one of the better-selling Taiwan imports of her era. Now produced in mainland China, she’s built on a solid fiberglass semi-displacement hull with moderate beam, hard chines, and a full-length, prop-protecting keel. The galley-down, total-teak interior of the Heritage East 36 features a roomy salon with large windows, and two comfortable staterooms, each with a double berth. Storage is plentiful for a boat this size, and a deck access door is provided next to the lower helm. The overhead grab rails in the salon are worth noting—more cruising boats should have them. The full-beam aft deck of the 36 is large enough for entertaining several guests. Topside, the flybridge will seat for four to six around the helm. Additional features include a teak-and-holly cabin sole, hinged radar arch, wide side decks, spacious engine room, and a molded transom stairway. A fiberglass hardtop is standard. A fuel-efficient ride, a single 220hp Cummins will cruise the Heritage East 36 at 8–10 knots. Over 250 are said to have been built.


Popular import appeals to value-conscious buyers looking for big-boat comfort, small-boat economy.


Traditional teak interior boasts roomy salon with full lower helm, double berths in both staterooms, generous storage, teak-and-holly cabin sole, good engineroom access. Overhead salon grabrails are a thoughtful touch. Aft deck hardtop is a popular option.


Large cabin windows let in plenty of natural lighting. Very space-efficient layout.


Cruise efficiently at 8-10 knots with single 220hp Cummins diesel.

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