Meet Manuhuka


  • Cape George 36 Cutter
  • Launched April 1987, Port Townsend, WA, USA
  • LOA – 36’0’’ on deck, 41’6” including bowsprit and transom hung rudder
  • LWL – 31’5”
  • Beam – 10’6”
  • Draft – 5’0”
  • Displacement – 23,300 lbs.
  • Ballast – 10,500 lbs
  • Second Owner


Manuhuka is the perfect boat for two people to cruise in comfort, perhaps with a child or occasional guests/crew. She is small enough to be handled by a cruising couple and still provide ample comfort and space to really enjoy it. Double V berth forward (6’+), full length (6’+) (and deep) settees in the salon for comfortable seating or sleeping and with ample storage behind and below. Enclosed head/shower with composting head (eliminates thru hulls, and the #1 maintenance item on a sailboat, plus no smell!). Enough battery capacity to support refrigeration, microwave, toaster, coffee pot, lighting, etc. A full galley including refrigeration, Force Ten stove, and microwave for food prep aboard. Standing chart table. A real wet locker! A huge quarter berth.

  • Chain locker forward
  • V berth with storage shelves above and large compartments below (used to be for head holding tank and plumbing, eliminated with installation of composting head)
  • Enclosed head/shower on starboard
  • Hanging locker and stowage on port
  • Traditional opposing settees in salon with bookshelves and storage cabinetry out board
  • Full galley on starboard with inverter hidden outboard and below counter
  • Standing chart table with extensive storage below and wet locker adjacent on port
  • Quarter berth on port aft of nav station
  • V berth, 6’+, 2 salon berths, 6’+, quarter berth7’
  • All cushions are 4” foam throughout with recent upholstery in navy
  • Standing headroom below decks 6’+ throughout
  • White bulkheads and ceiling, teak trim and joinery
  • Impeccable joinery (of course, it’s a Cape George!)
  • Laminated deck beams in Port Orford cedar with teak finishing strip
  • Interior is oiled matte finish
  • Teak and holly cabin sole, oiled
  • All interior lighting is LED
  • Balmar 120 kerosene bulkhead heater with gravity flow tank
  • Great ventilation with 2 hatches, 10 bronze opening ports, 2 cowl vents with dorade boxes, 1 mushroom vent (engine compartment)
  • Hatches and ports all have screens
  • Nani Diesel/Mercedes Benz 4 cyl engine – approx. 3100 hrs.
  • 2014 survey can be made available to a buyer under contract while performing due diligence