Sunnybrook Yachts
130 Marina Rd, Suite 202 PO Box 546
CHESTER, Nova Scotia, CA, B0J 1J0
Tel:902 444 4500
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2009 Farr 11s

location icon Baddeck, Nova Scotia, Canada
Year 2009
Length 36 ft
Price
US$119,000

SUPER RARE RACE BOAT!

REGATTA FRIENDLY(TRAILERABLE) SUB ZERO PHRF ROCKET. Single Point launch/retrieve and assemble/dis-assemble in 4 hrs or less. Pretuned rig; drop in place, jack up, add sails & go racing!

She's doing 18.5 knots in the opening photo above.

OVER US$55,000 in upgrades & improvements since spring 2016 (see full specs).

RACED Sparingly by ORIGINAL OWNER. Originally launched 2010; raced 6 day races/season 2010 to 2012; stored 2013 to 2015; raced 5 day races 2016; stored 2017 & 2018; raced 3 day races 2019. 

"More Trouble" is an exotic example of high tech craftsmanship offered at a mere fraction of her original build cost.

BACKGROUND

Designed by Farr Yachts as the ultimate boat for offshore day races, the Farr 11s is a modern legend and is still ahead of its time. Built in 2009 with impeccable fit and finish by Premier Composite Technologies in Dubai, in complete carbon fibre, this is hull number five. It has many serious improvements over the early prototypes, including smaller rudders moved aft under the hull, different rig, larger sprit, upgraded winches and deck layout, head.

With a wide beam aft and almost 5 feet of freeboard forward, the boat is dry, easy to sail and is unbelievably comfortable upwind. The large sail storage area forward, with marine head and carbon sink gives the boat the interior basics for day racing. This is a full carbon sailboat, with an easy to tune and handle Hall Spars custom carbon double spreader rig, similar to a Farr 40. Split backstays allow for easy sail trim upwind, and are not critical downwind.

Twin rudders, twin daggerboards and a 9 ft canting keel allow maximum horsepower in all conditions. The boat can easily white sail reach at 15 knots and will plane in 12 knots of wind. With a displacement of under 5300 pounds, this boat sails downwind in the same speed range as a TP 52.

For sailors who want to sail and win in the high performance boat leagues with the latest 38 to 40 ft speed machines, or want a reaching and running machine to match 50 foot racing monohulls, this is a low priced option. With a proven handicap of -15 PHRF, this boat is considerably faster boat for boat than the Farr 40 and Soto 40. This 36 foot yacht is a small version of a current VOR Farr 65 with the same thrills and technical advancements.

Because of its small foretriangle and fully battened main, sail inventory is small and reasonably priced. This boat has a single lift point, similar to a Farr 30, which allowed the boat to be easily dry sailed by its original owner. The boat comes with a custom high/low Triad trailer suitable for transport or yard storage.

Lightly used, this is a complete package in great condition for sailors who love to sail and represents unbeatable value.

Specifications

Year Built 2009
Category Sail
Length Overall 36'7 ft
Max Draft 8'9 ft
Cabin Headroom 4 ft
Construction Composite
Hull ID 3
Keel Canting Keel
Ballast 2,400 lb
Freeboard Measure 3 ft
Displacement 5,300 lb
Construction

Carbon fiber skin over PVC foam core hull, Awlgripped white. Bottom finished in epoxy and faired by Waterline Systems. Carbon fiber keel fin w/2,400lb lead bulb. Keel canting activated by electro-hydrualic pump; twin daggerbords; twin rudders; under deck steering linkage; carbon fiber tiller; s/s stanchions & pulpits; double lifelines; carbon fiber retractable sprit pole; carbon skinned deck finished in white Awlgrip.  

Accommodations

Approximately 4' headroom; open space in forepeak; marine head & carbon fiber sink; interior black carbon unpainted; two burner stove on swing (needs burners).

Engine Electrical

24v system w/circuit breaker panel; nav lights and cabin lights; four 12v gelcell house batteries; one 12v engine battery; three electric bilge pumps.

2016 Yanmar 3YM 29hp diesel with 100am alternator, sail drive w/geared folding prop.

Sails Rigging

Hall carbon fiber double spreader mast and carbon fiber boom; Navtec standing rigging; mast jack; fractional and masthead spinnaker halyards; Spectra/Vectran running rigging; Quik Vang; potruded kevlar running backstays; eight Harken winches; Spinlock rope clutches; awthartship jib cars; mainsheet traveller; retractable carbon sprit pole(sealed box w/drain).

Sails by North (2009) inlcude:

Square top racing main; Delivery main(frac height w/full "E" foot); mainsail cover; #4 jib; #3 3DL jib; #1 3DL jib; 5A Fractional Asymmetrical Spinnaker; 3A Masthead Asymmetrical Spinnaker; 2A Masthead Asymmetrical Spinnaker; 2A Masthead Asymmetrical Spinnaker, 2015(used 5x).

Electronics

TactTick Racemaster(Compass & Knotmeter)

TouchScreen 11" Color Plotter

VHF w/remote Mic & S/S antenna

Upgrades 2015-2016

Over US$55,000 spent since 2015-2016

1. Sprit pole boxed in with overboard drain added

2. Lewmar 24x24 foredeck hatch replaced sliding foredeck hatch

3. Fixed 24v blige pumps (2) 1,000GPH

4. Mobile 24v Bilge Pump 2,000GPH

5. Electrical Panel

6. 2x 12v = 24v Battery bank(2) w with parallel switch

7. Yanmar 3YM diesel with sail drive w/100amp alternator & geared folding prop

8. engine panel & throttle

9. Retractable strut area in hull faired to Farr Yacht Design spec

10. VC Offshore bottom on hull, rudders & keel; daggerboards clean finish

11. North Sails, MH A2 Spinnaker

Additional

Custom HI-Lo Triad trailer allowing for yard storage w/keel on and road transport w/ keel off. Docklines; fenders; anchor w/rode; bucket; Lifesling.

Disclaimer
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.
Additional Contact Information

Please contact Jim Snair for more information on this Farr 11s at 902 456 0881 or syb@eastlink.ca. I have raced onboard and can share the experience of onboard speed and much more.