Actual Location: Eagle Creek, OR
- Stock #50628 - The builder, located in Holland, Michigan, was Leon Slikkers, who started building sailboats after he sold his powerboat company. In the late 1970's Slikkers began building powerboats again and established the Tiara Line. Production of sailboats ended in 1989. Sailboat production ran from boats as small as 18 feet, the S25.5 to the 36 foot 11.0A. About 80 of the 11A's were built.Like most boats of this era the construction is entirely fiberglass with abundance of rich wood in the interior. With ample storage and a spacious interior this boat will carry you to the weekend gunkhole or longer vacations in comfort. Her sail inventory includes a spinnaker and gennaker. All lines lead aft through clutches to the cabin top winches. With a fin keel and spade rudder the boat should track well in most all conditions.Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!At POP Yachts, we will always provide you with a TRUE representation of every vessel we market. We encourage all buyers to schedule a survey for an independent analysis. Any offer to purchase is ALWAYS subject to satisfactory survey results.Contact us for a free BoatHistoryReport.com report on this vessel. We pay upfront for a report on every vessel possible, and we provide this peace of mind to our buyers at no charge and with no commitment. All you have to do is ask!Take a look at ALL ***62 PICTURES*** of this vessel, AND A VIDEO, on our main website at POPYACHTS DOT COM. Thank you for visiting and we look forward to speaking with you!To view original photos and more detailed vessel specifications, please visit this listing on our main website at:https://www.popyachts.com/s2-yachts-110-meter-a-cruiser-boat-for-sale-eagle-creek-oregon-50628
Berth; Bimini Top; Cabin Fan; Cabin Lighting; Cabinets; Countertops; Curtains; Dinette; Freezer; Head; Heat (Kerosene); Hot Water System; Nav Station; Oven (Propane); Pressurized Water; Propane Tanks; Shower; Sink; Stove; Binnacle W/compass; Bow Pulpit; Engine Cooling; Lazarette /garage; Propeller (3 Blade Fixed)
Cooling System (Fresh Water); Engine Alarms (Buzzer/light); Engine Cylinders; Engine Location; Fuel Tank; Fuel Tank Location; Steering
Electronics & Navigation Gear:
Autopilot (Autohelm); Compass (Rtchie); Depth Instrument; Fuel Gauge; Knotmeter; Loran (Voyager USA); Navigation Lights; VHF (Apelco Clipper 82); Wind Instrument
110v AC Outlets; 12 V DC Outlets; AC Electric Panel; Accessory Switches; Battery (3 12V Wet); Battery Charger (Guest 2611 10 Am[); Battery Location; Battery Switch; Gauges; Shore Power; Shore Power Cords; Spreader Lights; Stereo (Pioneer AM/FM); Volt Meter
Deck & Hull Equipment:
Anchor; BBQ Grill; Bimini; Canvas; Cooler; Dodger; Eisenglass; Instrument Cover; Main Sail; Winch Handles; Winches (2 Lewmar Primaries, 2 Lewmar Cabintop); Air Horn; Bilge Pump; Emergency Steering; Fire Extinguisher; Life Jackets
Blocks; Boom; Mast; Running Rigging; Standing Rigging; Downhaul; Genoa; Halyard Winches; Headsail; Main; Main Sheet; Other Sails; Sheet Winches; Spinnaker; Traveler; Vang
The boat is in good condition for its age.
The aft cockpit is large and easy to move around. The galley sports a freezer and ice box, oven, sink and good counter space. The storage is plentiful and easy to access. The settee is to starboard and moving forward the head is to port and a hanging locker to starboard.
Fuel Type: Gas
Engine Type: Other
Beam: 11 ft. 0 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 50
Water tank capacity: 8
Holding tank capacity: 20