Club members may choose to cruise the Albin 36 with the following constraints:
There is a 3 day minimum reservation which can start on any day, and will use the standard points that would apply for that reservation period. There will be an additional surcharge of $250 per day for using the Albin 36, instead of an Albin 28.
Sojourner sleeps 4 in two staterooms, is air conditioned and fully outfitted for cruising. She has a single diesel engine and bow thruster, and is very similar to operating the Albin 28.
The Albin 36 Trawler represents a unique and refreshing departure from today’s trawler-stylized yachts, offering a no-nonsense approach to both its interior and exterior design functionality. Sojourner is available both to Club members and as a bareboat power charter on the Chesapeake. She is also available to use as a hotel room here at the dock.
Combined with advanced construction techniques, this modified-V, keeled hull design provides superior performance and maneuverability. Once you’ve boarded the Albin 36, you’ll find an interior layout different from that of many yachts. The Forward Cabin can be used as two V-berths or converted to a jumbo berth. The Centre Cabin features a Queen berth with a built-in upholstered backrest. The marine head compartment sports an adjoining, separate shower stall.
Surprisingly spacious, you’ll take great pleasure in its warm interior and thoughtful appointments. The helm station, sofa and complete galley are located in the comfortable main salon. A hard-top canopy covers the roomy cockpit with built-in seating and stowage compartments. There’s easy access to the full flybridge and sufficient seating for Captain and guests. An extended swim platform with integrated boarding steps make water sports access safe and sure.