Islander 36 Association
Buy / Sell Page
Islander 36 Prices

This page has been established as a posting place for those interested in buying or selling an Islander 36 or other boats included in the Association.

We are occasionally asked about Islander prices. Prices vary a lot. There was an '83 or '84 asking $60,000, an '81 was listed for $49,500, though we've heard of hulls needing a lot of work for around $30,000 or even less. One boat that had been purchased after being underwater for a while went for $4,000 and one on the hard in Spain for a year went for $10,000.

Several have had complete make overs for $20,000 and up. So, people are willing to invest a good deal in Islanders. A typical survey replacement value new would be in the neighborhood of $125,000.

A lot depends on the year and the condition of the boat. A smart buyer will insist on a marine survey. If you haven't had one in a while, you might get one and that will help you a lot in knowing the relative condition and value of your boat. Gas vs diesel is not usually a major factor in pricing. The condition of the sails is probably more important than the number -- a boat in top racing condition would generally have a higher price, but there are also probably fewer buyers looking at Islanders as racing boats than cruising boats.

Our ground rules for this page are simple. All parties must provide their name and e-mail address, phone contact is highly encouraged. Sellers must be Association members, describe the boat, it's general condition, and location. We will post the listing, including the date of posting, and remove the listing in 3 months or if the transaction closes.

To post a listing email
Webmaster Rick Van Mell.

Buyers Looking for Boats:

(No Requests to Buy at the moment.)

Boats for Sale:

1974 Islander 36 Andiamo for Sale

I have reached the time in my life to give up boat ownership. My wife and I have been sailing for 40 years and decided to do something different in the form of road trips and seeing other parts of the country and world. It is tough to do that when you are tied to a boat where the season is so short.

We want Andiamo to go to a new owner who will share the joy we have had, and, like many members, I will continue to be a member of the I-36 Association, even without a boat.

Boat Location
Apostle Islands Marina, Bayfield, WI
Lake Superior

Builder: Islander Yachts
Designer: Alan Gurney
Keel: Fin
LOA: 36'- 1"
Beam: 11'-2"
LWL: 28'-3"
Maximum Draft: 6'
Displacement: 13450 lbs.
Ballast: 5450 lbs.

Engine: Westerbeke
Year Built:1991
Engine Model: 30B3
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1750
Propeller: 3 blade Maxprop feathering
Engine Power: 30 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 2500 RPM
Maximum Speed: 7 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 2Fiberglass (56 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Aluminum (30 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 polyethylene (30 Gallons)

Number of single berths: 3
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 1
Number of heads: 1

Sails & Rigging
NORTH Nordac 135% Tri-RadialFurling Genoa (2015)
" AIRFORCE Blue Water Tri-Radial mainsail with 3 reefs
" HOOD .75oz. Gennaker Asymmetrical Cruising Spinnaker with ATN Snuffer
" ATN Storm Sail
" Schaefer System 2100 Jib Furler
" Harken Lazy Jack System
" Harken traveler
" Harken blocks
" Garhauer Rigid Boom Vang
" Garhauer Adjustable Jib Lead System
" 7- Spinlock rope clutches
" Halyards and reefing run back to cockpit
" Primary sheet winches: Harken #40 Self Tailing 2-Speed Racing (2)
" Main halyard winch: Harken #16st Self-Tailing
" Gennaker downhaul winch: Harken #8
" Jib halyard winch: Harken #16
" Mast winch: Barient #22(2) and Harken #8
" Standing rigging replaced (2012)
" Forespar LC 13-24 Whisker pole
" Tides Marine mainsail track system

" 2-30 AMP shore powerreceptacles
" 2-30 AMP shorepower cords
" Heart Interface Freedom 20-2KW Inverter with 100 Amp Battery Charger
" Heart Interface Link 2000 DC System Monitoring
" 4-GC-1 6 Volt Deep Cycle House Batteries (440 Amphours @ 12 Volts)
" 1- Group 27 Start Battery
" Balmar 100 Amp Alternator
" Balmar MC-612 voltage regulator
" Isolated house and start batteries with separate switches
" Built in 110 volt electric heater
" Portable 110 volt electrical heater
" New Blue Seas Systems AC (1) and DC (3) electrical panels

Electronics & Entertainment Systems
" Autopilot: Raymarine ST4000 Below Deck
" Raymarine autopilot wireless remote control
" Raymarine ST60 Autopilot Control Head
" Knotmeter/Depth Sounder Multi-display: Raymarine ST60
" Wind Instrument: Raymarine ST60 (wind speed, apparent wind, close haul)
" Multifunction Display: Raymarine E80 Chartplotter with GPS, Radar, AIS, Sirius Weather
" Raymarine man overboard alert system with chartplotter location
" VHF Radio: Standard Horizon Quantum GX3500S with remote microphone in cockpit
" ACR Globalfix EPIRB
" Clarion CMD4 AM/FM Stereo with Sirius/XM and CD Player:
" Speakers: 2 Exterior (Sony) and 2 Interior (Bose)
" Ritchie Globemastercompass on pedestal
" PowerMax Dual Band Wireless Cellular Amplifier/Repeater System (antenna at top of mast)
" 24" LCD television with integral DVD player

Mechanical Systems
" Westerbeke 30B3-30 HP diesel
" Teleflex Marine Engine Control (single lever)
" Vetus Waterlift muffler
" Fireboy S-2A Propane/CNG Fume Detector and Control System
" Engine fuel shut-off valve
" Stove fuel shut-off valve
" Grill fuel shut off valve
" Dual diesel fuel filter system with quick change over
" Complete set of maintenance tools

Accommodations & Galley
" Headroom 6' 4"

" Sleeps 7
" 2- deck hatches
" 1- opening head port
" 2-Dorade vents
" Solar powered cabin ventilation fan
" 2- 110 volt portable cabin fans
" 3-12 Volt cabin fans
" 1-Rechargable cabin fan
" Dickinson Newport P12000 bulkhead mounted propane heater
" Teak & holly cabin sole
" Tan cloth upholstery throughout
" Salon table can be folded up against the salon bulkhead when not in use
" Cedar hanging locker
" Raritan PH-II head
" Electronic waste holding tank level gauge
" Seaward-Hillerange Model: 2172propane 2 burner stove with oven
" 2-propane tanks stored in stern propane locker and 2 additional spare tanks available
" Top load ice box with Adler-Barbour 12V refrigerator freezer system
" Jabsco Sensor-Max VSD hot &cold pressure water system
" Raritan 6 gal. hot water heater with 110V heater element & engine heat exchanger
" Shower in cockpit with pressure hot & cold
" Complete sets of dishes, flat-wear, coffee mugs, wine glasses plus numerous utensils and pots and pans.
" Weems and Plathe clock and barometer
" Weems and Plathe gimballed liquid fuel lantern
" LED cabin lights
" Weems and Plathe Clock & Barometer set

Deck & Hull Equipment

" Delta 35# Fast-Set anchor on bow roller with 40' of 3/8" chain and 200' of 5/8" nylon rode " Danforth 20H with 20' 5/16" chain and 200' 5/8" nylon rode
" Lewmar Ocean 1 windlass with capstan with waterproof foot buttons and cockpit remote control
" 2- 12 volt bilge pumps with auto/manual switches
" High bilge water alarm
" 1-Whale Gulper manual bilge pump
" Bilge pump running counter
" Weems and Plathe waterproof clock
" 3 cockpit cushions
" Spreader/deck lights
" Masthead tri-color with strobe
" Blue Sunbrella dodger and bimini with connector piece
" Blue Sunbrella pedestal/helm cover
" Blue Sunbrella winch covers
" Blue Sunbrella mainsail cover
" Transom swim ladder
" Fully fitted custom winter cover by Ship Shape Canvas.
" Extra heavy duty steel storage cradle
" West Marine (Zodiac) 11' dinghy with 3.5 HP Nissan outboard
" Deck wash down pump
" 1 million candlepower hand held spotlight
" 6 docklines with 4 shock absorbers
" 11 Fenders with blue Sunbrella covers
" Pedestal mounted teak drop-down cockpit table with 4 cup holders
" Rail-mounted Magma Propane BBQ grill with blue Sunbrella cover
" Man-overboard strobe light
" Ring buoy
" 6 lifejackets with strobe lights and whistles
" Lifesling man-overboard retrieval system
" 2 Safety harnesses with tethers
" 2 Jacklines
" 1 Flare kit
" 1 Abandon ship bag
" 3 First aid kits
" 3 Type BI fire extinguishers
" Halon engine room fire extinguisher
" 2 Halon hand held fire extinguishers

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Asking: $45,500

Tom Embertson


1977 Islander 36 Taboo for Sale

Find I must put my 1977 Islander 36 Taboo up for sale.

Only been on fresh water in the Great Lakes. Located in Port Clinton Ohio.

All new ports and windows along with interior wood professionally done. Air conditioning and new refrigeration. Newer 175% head sail. Well made steel cradle for winter haul out.

Asking: $17,500

Jeff Crosby


1977 Islander 36 Highlander for Sale

My name is Mike Levin, current Chaplin and Past Commodore for San Rafael Yacht Club, and member I.O.B.G. I have owned my Islander 36, Highlander, since 1987 and now I wish to sell it (prompted by recent heart problems at age 72).

It is an incredible boat and I would prefer to sell it to a good home hopefully within the I-36 Association.

  • Sails: Main, Lapper, 155 Genoa
  • Diesel engine: Westerbeke 55, installed new 2007 including all new exhaust system and shaft seal. Currently has ~125 hours.
  • Transmission: Velvet Drive
  • Freshwater cooling for engine and transmission installed with new engine.
  • New fuel tank installed 2010
  • New hot water heater (electric + engine) installed 2011
  • Prop: Maxi-prop, 3 bladed, feathering, installed 2014, speed zinc coated 2017.
  • Anchors: Bruce 22 Danforth 12 (lunch hook)
  • ProFurl roller furling
  • Double spreader masthead rig with double lower shrouds
  • Linear Polyurethane on mast (black)
  • Barient 28 primary winches (Dual gear reduction) x2
  • Barient 22 secondary winches (2 speed) x3
  • Helm: 42" Stainless wheel on binnacle with Ritchie Globemaster compass (rebuilt and updated to current design 2017)
  • Heavy duty Ferroresonant 12 volt charger/shorepower power supply.
  • Electronic wind direction, wind speed, boat speed at binnacle
  • Digital depth sounder next to engine instruments in cockpit.
  • Boat Show Interior: Teak Cabinets, Oak Countertops
  • Berths for Seven Adults
  • Galley: CNG range w/3 burner cooktop, oven, broiler Microwave oven, hot and cold running water
  • Magma rail mount LPG barbeque.
  • New electric distribution center installed 2007 including 24 circuit breakers, main battery switch, AC and DC meters.
  • Navigation station includes Standard Horizon VHF w/cockpit remote and Garmin GPS.
  • AM/FM Stereo with CD deck (cockpit and inside speakers)
  • Head has vanity sink, toilet (w/holding tank), shower
  • Privacy door at forward berth
  • Epoxy bottom was installed 1985.
  • Haulout March 2017 at KKMI: Bottom paint, all through hulls exercised, inspected and lubricated.
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Asking: $35,000 somewhat negotiable for a good home!

Mike Levin


1973 Islander 36 Kilani for Sale

I would like to list my boat with the assoc for sale.

For pictures and a complete description, click Kilani.

Asking (on broker site): $26,500

Richard Hiatt
916 838-1952


1973 Islander 36 Kilani for Sale

I would like to list my boat with the assoc for sale.

For pictures and a complete description, click Kilani.

I can discount $2.4k for a sale if it comes from within our Association or a friend, etc of a member for a Sale price of $29,900.00.

Asking (on broker site): $26,500

Richard Hiatt
916 838-1952


1980 Islander Valhalla for Sale

After reading all that has been done with this boat, you'll ask, "why are you selling such a great boat?". The problem is, I don't use it enough, I nearly put the boat up for sale earlier this year, but gave it one more season. Unfortunately, I only used it for two weekends. Bad for me good for you. This is truly a great sailboat.

For the last four years, my father-in-law and I have been replacing just about every system. So here is the description:

1980 Islander 36
Hull No.: XLY365820680

New ProFurl headsail furler and new headstay
New Blue Seas AC/DC electrical panel
Blue Seas ACR, Automatic Charging Relay for dual battery system
Garmin 741XS Touchscreen GPS
New Head and all new plumbing piping, with inline tank vent filter. No overboard discharge.
New hot water heater, heats water when the engine is running or AC power
New jib sheets, halyards, traveler sheets
Fairclough custom built winter cover
Standard Horizon Eclipse DSC+ VHF radio

Other features:
Pathfinder 42HP Diesel
Propane Stove/Oven with 2 propane tank storage containment system
Dodger and Bimini
Mainsail, 135 & 150 jibs
2016 vessel safety check
Shore power cable
Sleeps 6

Valhalla is located in Warwick, RI.
Somepictures below.

Asking $32,500.00

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CNG Tanks
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V Berth
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Winter Cover

Sal Corio Email:


1984 Islander Symmetry for Sale

I'm interested in selling my 1984 islander 36. I'm a Los Angeles area perfectionist, handy, firefighter paramedic type, who recently bought my neighbor's boat because he was transferred to New York and couldn't take it with him. Upon adopting this boat for a reasonable price I set out to make her absolutely upgraded, comfortable and sparkly in every way I could. The boat is now pretty darn nice in every way.

I'm only selling it because Ive always wanted a Catalina 42 and the wife finally gave me permission to buy one!

Vessel Hi-lights:

(all new within last 6-12 months)
-Recent survey shows only minor cosmetic type issues (good hull, almost no blisters)
-Rigging great shape (no corrosion)
-new batteries, with all new wiring, connection blocks, and new charge meter shows (how long left in 'batteries)
-new cushions (incl new foam)(100% new)
-new Dodger
-New Sail cover, winch covers, helm cover
-New port light windows
-new main salon hatch window (in deck/roof)
-new deck fills (Perko, chrome stainless steel)
-New head with
-new sheets
-full batten main sail in great shape (4 years old)
-new start panel with gauges at helm including new back box it sits in
-cleats recently sanded waxed
-new faucets in bath and galley
-new canvas on new life-sling,
-life sling, bbq upgraded recently (valves, mount, etc)
-scrubbed, sanded and varnished from stem to stern, interior and exterior
-brand new companionway doors with canvas cover
-new water heater
-new Blue Sea smart charger
-new stereo and speakers inside and out
-Low Oil alarm and sending units
-Hi temp and sending units
-Water temp gauge
-Alarm test button
-New alternator

and lastly, the Yanmar engine purrs (only 1200 hours on it) and recently had a major service

Some pictures below.

Asking: $46,000

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Boom and main
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Cabin-top hatch
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New sheets
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Adam Faura Email:
310-486-2320 Direct


1972 Islander Scorpio for Sale

I purchased the vessel in March 2013 in Long Beach. We Sailed the boat to San Francisco Bay and kept her there for a year. Since then the boat has been at Pillar Point Harbor.

Since purchasing her in 2013:
- Standing Rigging
- Through Hulls
- Furling Jib
- Garmin Chart plotter 741xs in Nav Pod at Helm
- Radar
- Depth sounder
- Bottom Paint
- Top Paint
- Air Head toilet

Universal diesel with less than 900 hrs.

The boat is dove on every 3 months with bottom cleaned and zincs replaced.

Everything is in good working order, ready to sail.

Some pictures below.

Asking: $25,000

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Ryan Brooks


Rare Classic 1971 Islander 34 Yes, Islander 34 for Sale

This is a great live aboard boat. I lived on it for five years. I started restoring this boat, and then I had two kids. Time to let the dream go, and focus on reality.

I put a lot of work into this boat. Most of the major work is done, but in reality even a new boat is major work. All it needs to be seaworthy is a boom, and gudgeon. (I am a diver, and can install a new gudgeon without a haul-out as part of the deal.) The biggest remaining project is installing the engine. The rest of the work is mostly cosmetic.

I have put over $10,000 into this boat not including a practically new Universal Diesel. I did't cut any corners on my projects. I purchased the best parts, and materials. Upgrades, and restored parts include: New 12V and 120V electrical throughout the boat including lights, wiring, panels, and instruments. VHF radio, and Stereo system. Top of the line on-demand water pump, and tubing. New rigging, wiring, and lights throughout the mast. Newly painted mast. 12 V refrigerator. Six gallon hot water heater that runs off 120, or heat exchange. Custom built galley. Two 50W solar panels. All though hull fittings were replaced. There are no blisters, or rusting of the keel. Has a full keel.

Universal Diesel engine with only 500 hours on it. Diesel motor is not installed. Old motor was pulled out. Shaft, prop, packing gland, and cutlass were not salvageable. I pulled everything out, and closed the opening with fiberglass. Installing the motor is the biggest part left for restoring the boat. There is an outboard bracket installed on the back of the boat. A 9.9-25hp motor can be put on back so the boat is usable until inboard motor can be installed. I motored the boat down from Morro Bay with an outboard, so it is quite seaworthy with an outboard.

This is a very rare classic blue water boat, and was built back when boats were built right. If fully restored this boat would be worth $25,000-$30,000, and you could be on your way to Hawaii. Boat is on a mooring ball in Americas Cup harbor. Ball does not come with boat, but arraignments could be made to keep it in the moorings depending on mooring company approval.

Some pictures below, and for more, use this Craigslist Listing Link.

Asking: $7,000 OBO

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Donovan McHenry


1979 Islander 36 Simple Pleasure for Sale

For pictures and a complete description, click Simple Pleasure.

Asking: $49,000

Debra Tucker


1982 Islander 36 Linsky for Sale

I am sadly going to sell my 1982 Islander 36.

I purchased her 14 years ago, and totally re-did everything. Her hull was completely redone, down to the tiniest blister. I had all of the plumbing changed out in the head, and a new cushion made. (to name just a few things).

2 jib sails (one furling)
1 main
42 hp pathfinder diesel
Wind vane
Depth sounder
Garmin gps with navigation chip
Auto tiller
Inflatable dinghy
Sleeps 6
Long anchor line with chain

I have all of the reports from the guy who cleans the bottom. Her zincs are changed regularly, and her props are good.

She sails beautifully... But we have no time for her, and it is sad that she has just sat there this last year, only being sailed a few times.

She has had NO issues what so ever, the whole time I have owned her... She is a great boat...

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Location Shoreline Marina, Long Beach, California.

Asking: $30,000

Lisa & Daryl Orenge


1981 Islander 36 Vixen for Sale

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Trevor Evans
802-489-0529 H
802-323-8881 C


1976 Islander 36 Imagine for Sale

We purchased the boat last year and sailed/motored from Salem, Massachusetts to Okeechobee Florida and put her on the hard in May, this year. We had plans to return in October to head to Cuba, but health issues have changed our plans.

She is a great boat, and we put quite a bit of money in her:

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Asking: $25,000 looking for a quick sale!

Jeanny Aldrich


Islander 36 Makani for Sale

I have decided to sell my beautiful Islander 36, The Makani in which I have invested $175,000.00 and three and a half years of my time.

Everything on this vessel has been replaced or refinished to practically new condition. You can see the Makani on There are many pictures of her there. She is berthed in Sausalito at the Liberty Ship Marina.

Link to Makani Varnish Work

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Dan Hendrickson


Rachel Rose 1972 Islander 36 for Sale

Hi Everyone -

After 45 yrs selling boats (hundreds of Islanders) on SF Bay we have retired and moved to the foothills; our I 36 l972 is for sale.

l0 yr old Yanmar diesel
Roller furling jib
Pedestal w/auto pilot
Self tailing winches
Newer interior cushions and headliner

Many extras

Listed with Passage Yachts, Mik Mcguire Jack London Square

Located at Marina Village - J 31 Dock Gate 9

Asking: $24,000

Call DON AND BEV WILSON (510) 212-8940


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1978 Islander 36 for Sale

1978 Islander for Sale (19K)
Located in Whitehall, Michigan, on White Lake and beautiful Lake Michigan.

For more details follow this link:

Asking: $35,995

Ben Rosene


Sails and Parts for Sale:

From Kate (ex-Vitesse):

I have a self-tacking jib boom for sale.

I purchased Vitesse in 2014 from Tom Furlong who had fitted her with a very nice 90% jib, jib boom and Sunbrella cover. I converted to a roller furling and am now selling the whole package: jib boom and associated hardware; a serviceable 90% jib; and the sunbrella cover. Photos are below.

The measurement of the boom from tack to clew is 12' 9". It is attached directly to the forestay and cannot be used if a roller furling is in place. I have all blocks and attachments.

I'm asking $400 for the whole setup. Feel free to call me at 925-858-6846 if you are interested or have questions.


Curt & Lisa Rodgers

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From Frolic:

Spring cleaning reveals several I36 specific and other parts someone may be interested in:

1. Fitted bedding, V-berth (cleaned before being stored)
2. Fitted bedding, two salon bunks (cleaned before being stored)
3. Curtains for four large and six small cabin ports (fittings for grooved strips)
4. Cockpit aft lazarette lids (pair)
5. Harken deck organizers (2)
6. Miscellaneous - a wide range of stuff, for example: Racor 500 fuel filters, blocks, compasses, to brass cabin hardware; feel free to ask for something in particular.

I'm open to cash, barter, donation to a charity…. No reasonable offer refused.


Steve Hodges

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