Specifications

Name: 3600 Martinique
Length: 36
Hull Type: Modified-V
Gross Weight: --
Fuel Capacity: 264 gals.
Model Years: 1994—2000
Draft: 3'0"
Beam: 12'6"
Water Capacity: 47 gals.
Waste Capacity: 28 gals.
Length w/ Pulpit: 38'0"
The 3600 Martinique is an updated version of the Wellcraft 3500 Corsair/3600 St. Tropez (1992–93) with a new floorplan and a redesigned cockpit. She’s built on a solid fiberglass hull with an integral swim platform and prop pockets to reduce draft. Below, the Martinique was built without bulkheads to create a more open and spacious cabin. Her midcabin floorplan sleeps six—two forward, two on the converted dinette, and two more when the midcabin lounge is converted. While the L-shaped galley counter extends into the salon, it doesn’t restrict traffic. (Note that the galley floor is covered with a vinyl nonskid.) On deck, the cockpit is configured with a triple wide helm seat, an aft-facing bench seat, and L-shaped lounge seating aft. (Note that in 1999 the cockpit seating was redesigned.) Lacking side decks, a windshield walk-through provides access to the bow. Additional features include a transom door, radar arch, integral bow pulpit, and a roomy engine room. Among several engine options, twin 310hp MerCruiser gas inboards (with V-drives and side exhausts) will cruise the Martinique at 18–19 knots and top out in the high 20s.