Whiting 11.0 "Sinabada"
Paul Whiting (New Zealand) was a well-respected, innovative (ahead of his time) designer of boats with the common denominator being outstanding sailing characteristics, fast and vice free. “Sinabada”, is probably the best Whiting 11 anywhere in terms of her outstanding condition and her comprehensive equipment inventory. A surveyor noted in his 2021 report... “ Sinabada compares equally or better to many newer yachts”.
The current owners have undertaken upgrades and a maintenance regime such that this vessel is ready for you to step aboard to cruise the world in safety and comfort. The features are many: *A sheltered, cushioned cockpit with sheet and halyard winches in easy reach. *Systems to allow the vessel to be handled by a couple. *Wide uncluttered decks. *Below deck, the ambience is warm and inviting with light from side windows and hatches on the superb shipwright crafted Cherrywood fitout. *A functional layout with two private cabins aft, V cabin forward, a private bathroom and spacious saloon with galley and nav station. *A 40 hp Volvo Penta with sail drive to power the vessel through the chop.
“Sinabada” is a rare and special vessel and will attract a lot of interest. CALL PAUL 0418 385 866 to arrange an INSPECTION.
NOTE: The owner's extraordinarily comprehensive inventory is available by request.
|Location||Bellerive Yacht Club near Hobart TAS|
|Builder||Peter Strangways (South Australia).|
|Length||36′ 1″ (11.00m)|
|Displacement||5.5 tonnes approx.|
|Ballast||Lead FIN Keel.|
|Hull material||Fibreglass/GRP Hull polished, bottom anti-fouled and anodes replaced annually.|
|Deck material||Fibreglass with laid teak in cockpit|
|Engine||Volvo Penta Model 204A (3-cylinder) rated 40 hp (approx. ) diesel engine. NOTE: A rigidly adhered to ANNUAL (or more frequently if needed) maintenance/servicing regime includes the following... *oil & filter, *water pump and impeller, *fuel filter, *tappets, *V-belt (check & tighten) *Flush out and replace coolant. Numerous spares and tools are included.|
|Engine Make||Volvo Penta|
|Propulsion||Sail-drive (Volvo 120SD) with 3-blade Volvo feathering propeller.|
|Fuel||120 litres in stainless steel tank.|
|Water||180 litres in two stainless steel tanks. Outstanding water filtration system.|
|Galley||What a beaut galley! U shaped with a sea strop (to secure the chef when cooking at sea). Everything is within easy reach. The strategic location allows the cook to service the cockpit and the dinette with ease. The neat stainless steel twin sinks unit has a draining board and a mixer (hot/cold) tap. The gas stove/oven is gimballed. The upright fridge is built-in. There is an adequate bench top for food preparation and plenty of storage above and below.|
|Refrigeration||Vitrifrigo Upright Fridge.|
|Stove||Tudor Maxie (stainless steel) 2-burner gas stove with oven PLUS Gasmate BBQ in cockpit.|
|Hot Water System||23 litre Collins hotwater heater.|
|Accommodation||The sheltered cockpit with cushioned seats, fold-out table and pushpit mounted gas BBQ is as much about living space as it is about sailing operations.
Step below and note the superb American Cherrywood timber fitout. Special mention must be made of the fine shipwright standard of craftsmanship. Starboard aft is a large double berth cabin with a wardrobe and hanging locker. To port is a smaller cabin with a double berth and hanging locker. The galley is to port with the dinette immediately forward. The settees (seating for 8) are beautifully upholstered. The solid timber table can be reached from both sides. A private bathroom with vanity unit, hot/cold shower and toilet is to starboard opposite the galley. A neat nav station is forward of the bathroom. The navigator is within close communication distance of the cockpit. The double private 'V' cabin is forward of the bulkhead. As with the aft cabins the crew has cupboards and shelves close to hand. There is plenty of storage for the full crew for an extended cruise with lockers/cupboards/drawers (including spaces behind and below the saloon settees) below and above the deck.
|Cabins||3 sleeping cabins.|
|Berths||6 cabin berths plus 2 x occasional saloon berths.|
|Shower||2x Hot/cold showers (hand held) bathroom and cockpit.|
|Toilet||Electric marine toilet|
|Entertainment||GME AM/FM/CD Player with speakers fore and aft.
Bulkhead mounted TV/DVD.
Cockpit (life-line) shelter
Horseshoe buoy bags.
|Ground tackle||“Maxwell” model 800 electric windlass with deck and remote controls.
Plough anchor on approx. 50 metres of 7mm short-link galvanized chain. Plus 16mm warp.
|Safety gear||Emergency tiller.
Carbon monoxide detector.
First Aid Kit. (comprehensive).
2 x horseshoe buoys one with MOB light attached.
MOB Burke throwing line.
Spotlight (500 CP)
|Bilge Pumps||Whale Gusher manual plus TMC electric (float switch) bilge pumps. Manual electric for shower sump.|
|Epirb||GME MT400 EPIRB|
|Life Jackets||Assorted Life Jackets/PFD's.|
|Fire Protection||Manual Extinguishers plus fire blanket.|
|Electrics||Batteries x 3 (engine start and domestic)
12v System with 240v Inverter.
2 x Solarex Mega Solar Panels.
Regulation lights; navigation, steaming, anchor.
Electrolysis blocker (inside switchboard)
2x new solar panels (not fitted)
|Electronics||GME GX558A VHF Radio
GME GX294 UHF (27 meg) Radio
Uniden handheld VHF radio with spare battery pack.
Autopilot; Raytheon ST4000
Chartplotter; Raytheon E80
Raytheon ST60's WIND x 2, Log, Depth.
Plastimo steering compass.
Ships clock & Barometer set.
Note: Backstay antenna for HF radio. No HF radio installed.
Miscellaneous navigation materials and equipment
|Sail inventory||Fully battened Main with lazy jacks.
Headsail (FURLING) No 1.5 (2001) – (between No 1 and No 2)
No 3 Genoa
Spinnaker (. 75 Oz) with 1340 ScoopShute sock
|Rigging||Aluminium mast and boom (double spreader fractional rig, diamond top) in good condition.
Solid Hydraulic Boom Vang.
Boom brake fitted and controlled from the cockpit.
S/S backstay/HF radio aerial fitted July 2007. Note; no HF radio installed.
Schaefer Headsail Furler.
Spinnaker Pole 4300mm x 75mm.
Whisker Pole 3000mm x 50mm.
|Deck gear||Sheet winches: 2 x “Arco” size 45 self-tailing, two-speed
Halyard winches: 4 x “Arco” size 40 self-tailing two-speed.
Fenders and mooring lines.
Pushpit mounted Gasmate BBQ
Foldaway S/S swim ladder.
Fold-down cockpit table
Deck wash pump.
|Remarks||A comprehensive owner's inventory is available by request.
Various tools and spares included (a huge inventory).
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