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|Location||Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Length at Water Line||9.96 m|
|Max Draft||2.64 m|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||40|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 10 gal|
Price Drop 35,500 !! March 24, 2017 Now 149,500 US
Trades considered, Power or Sail.
All Carbon Fibre Hull, Mast, Boom, and Rudders
Professional refit completed in 2015. New Yanmar Engine (offers plenty of power for tacking the keel), and New Hydraulics.
2016 North Sails A2 Spinnaker and extensive
Easily sailed with a crew of Eight or Nine.
Go from Keel off and Mast down to ready to race in Three hours.
The Farr 11s design was very advanced for its time. Capable of doing upwind speeds in the high 7's and break loose downwind speeds in a controlled manner. It is a similar design as the new 2017 Melges 40. The 11s also has a fair PHRF rating of -3.
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The non skid deck is in like new condition and covers the entire cockpit and deck of the boat.
Open transom and open cockpit allows for quick cockpit draining as well as ease of boarding at the dock.
Stainless Steel tiller and tiller extension.
Forward of the tiller on the port side are the controls for hydraulically canting the keel.
Foot holds for skipper and main trimmer.
Port and Starboard cockpit window for sheets and lines to be stowed
4 cockpit bags.
Harken winches throughout with 2 mainsheet winches aft of the tiller, 2 jibsheet/spinsheet winches with double drums, and one cabintop winch for halyards and control lines.
Also on the cabin top are 3 line clutches on both port and starboard. Lines are run internally under the deck.
Oversized deck hatch on the Bow
Below deck the bow hatch has a ladder for easier entrances/exits for your bowman.
10' Carbon Fibre bow sprit with tack line and retrieval line.
Double lifelines, Bow and Stern Pulpits, and Reinforced stanchions.
Sails & Rigging
Hall Spars Carbon Fibre mast with twin 25° swept back spreaders, rod rigging and spit runners
Hall Spars Carbon Fibre boom
10' Carbon Fibre spritpole
All sails are North Sails
Carbon square head mainsail 2009
Number 1 Jib
Number 3 Jib
Number 4 Jib
Interior is designed for day racing or coastal distance races. The head has a Y-Valve for overboard discharge as well as a Carbon Fibre sink. Access to the hydraulic systems for the canting keel is under the floor boards in the main part of the cabin. A window allows you to see the canting keel to ensure it is in the correct position. Batteries and other electrical components are all located aft of the Engine on the port side. The engine is accessed from on deck by opening up the deck of the cockpit. Large bow area for spinnaker storage.
Navigational & Electrical
VHF Radio with RAM Mike
Tactic Racemaster with compass headings, speed, depth, and sequence time
2x 2009 #27 Batteries
2x 2015 AGM Batteries
Carbon Fibre battery boxes
Alternator with 105 AMPs, 2016 Upgrade
Digital Mobile Inverter, DC Master 12 AMP
New 2016 Yanmar 3 cylinder 29HP
New 2016 Flex-O-Fold propeller
Cruises at 8 knots doing 3000 RPM
10 knots max speed under engine
Design & Construction
Underside foils include a Hydraulic canting keel with a Lead bulb,
Port and Starboard Carbon Fibre asymetric Canards,
Duel Carbon Fibre split rudders.
Bottom was redone by Waterline Systems in 2009 and in 2016 painted with VC Offshore by hand and is wet sanded to be smoother than new.
From Farr Yacht Design:
The hull shape combines the demands for minimizing light air (low speed) drag with high-speed stability and excellent handling qualities. Twin rudders will help control in extreme conditions while the raked bow offers better wave jumping/piercing control. The rig is developed from a skiff-rig concept with highly swept spreaders and no backstay allowing easy tacking and jibing of the large square-headed mainsail. The concept should provide some automatic depowering, and minimize demands on the crew during maneuvers, leaving hands available for keel/canard manipulation and sail handling. The retractable bowsprit stretches the sail plan to allow ample downwind sail area in the form of asymmetric spinnakers. Construction calls for carbon fiber skins with honeycomb core sandwich. The keel fin is also carbon fiber with a 1,090 Kg lead bulb with an overall displacement of 2400 Kg. Motoring power comes from an 15 HP outboard that is retractable in a well that opens to the cockpit. Keel canting is activated by an electrohydraulic pump system requiring 10 - 15 seconds for full keel articulation in tacks and jibes.
Life Sling with throw line
Custom Triad tandem axle trailer, setup for keel on or keel off storage.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.