1966 36' Pacemaker Flybridge Sedan

Last updated 12/17/03
Floor plans, mechanical drawings, etc. (updated 6/12/02)

Click on photos for large view.

Here are some more photos when I put the boat up for sale. Mainly photos that are also found here, but additionally some newer ones showing the rot damage that was creeping in.

This is a write-up of the 1000 mile trip from New Jersey to Charlseton, SC. right after I bought the boat.

Here's my $45 steering wheel. I'll refinish it a duller finish to match the existing wood. Someday I'll finally get the lower helm put back in...(I did get it put in before selling it, but never got photos of it.)

Starboard side - Without side canvas

Some photos from the bridge.

Starboard side - Without side canvas

A good view of the cockpit and the flybridge.

Starboard Bow - Without side canvas

This is a little better view of the slip. The tide runs left/right. The wind usually blows towards the camera. It can be a challange.

Starboard side - Without side canvas

I think this shows the lines the best.

Starboard Bow - Without side canvas

Still later way after the hurricane was long gone, the bimini strap broke. Half of one of the bows must have ended up in the water. So here's what it looks like now with no canvass at all. Funny that it survived the hurricane and then died later on.

Starboard side - Without side canvas

I realized there was not one photo where you could see all the way to the top of the antennas.

Starboard Bow - Without side canvas

After the hurricane with canvas sides removed. Removing the canvas was probably unnecessary, but winds were predicted sustained 35kts, so I figured gusts were possible that could do damage. Prudence....

Starboard side - Without side canvas

Another recent view.

Starboard Bow - Without side canvas

On the hoist for the survey.

On hoist

Coming out of the water for the survey.

Starboard Bow on hoist

View of the port bow.

Port Bow

If bows are not used on rear awning and sides are added, it's also a rear enclosure.

Port Stern

View of the bow without the canvas. This is in NJ, being prepared for winter.

Bow w/o canvas

View of starboard bow without the canvas. Later in the day this was taken, she was moved to a more protected slip, with bubblers, to spend the winter.

Port Bow w/o canvas

View forward from the flybridge.

View from flybridge

Nice layout for the flybridge. Comfortable helm seat slids forward.


Folding seats on the bed actually make two more beds.

Flybridge seats

View of the cockpit from up on the flybridge.

Cockpit from flybridge

Cockpit has the same carpet as the interior.


Salon has lots of storage. Just need to add hydraulic steering to complete the lower helm.


Another view of the salon.


Queen size sleeper sofa on port side of salon.


Leather chair and ottoman on starboard side of salon.


Dinette converts to a double bed.


Very large galley with full size refrigerator.


Other end of the galley.

Galley forward



Separate shower.


Lots of storage in V-berth.