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1982 S 2 11.0A

Port St. Lucie, Florida

$59,900

1982 S2 11.0 A-36 feet
We are very pleased to present "Conquest" for your consideration. 
Deigned by Arthur Edmunds and built by Leon Slikkers, this is a very well laid out boat for cruising and for a live aboard and she is turn key and ready to go. Superior gelcoat quality is part of the S2 reputation. Most owners are pleased with the way theirs have held up over the years. While the boats were never built with an epoxy or any other form of barrier coat, the research that Slikkers and Company did in the '80's and the use of vinylester resin, seems to have yielded hulls that have resisted blistering well. 
She has a fully equipped navigation center below as well as full electronics at the helm. The owner made sure there was redundancy in her systems in case something failed. This is a very well kept boat and is perfect for the Keys, the Bahamas, and beyond.
  • Avon Tender
  • Garmin GPS (2)
  • Raymarine GPS
  • Auto Pilot
  • Wind Pilot
  • Single Side Band Radio
  • Satellite T.V.
  • Universal Engine
  • Fresh Water Head
  • Whisker Pole
  • Full Enclosure
  • Icom VHF
  • Repowered in 2003
If you are looking for a fully equipped sailing vessel, this S2 could be your dream boat! Call for an exclusive appointment. 

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Conquest
Make: S 2
Model: 11.0A
Year: 1982
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: SSU36105M82B
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Other
Range: 998.88 mi

Dimensions

Length: 36 ft
Length Overall: 36 ft
Beam: 11'11 ft
Max Draft: 5'6 ft
Displacement: 15,000 lb
Bridge Clearance: 49 ft
Ballast: 6,000 lb
Single Berths: 4
Cabins Count: 3

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Universal
  • Model: 35
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 35hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Year: 2002
Cruising Speed: 6 kn
Maximum Speed: 10 kn

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 50 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 80 gal
Holding Tank Count: 1
Holding Tank Capacity: 30 gal

Other

Heads Count: 1
Drive Type: Direct
Stock Number: 123
Boat Class: Other, Sloop

Contact

S. Lee Bowden
Capt. S. Lee Bowden Licensed Florida Yacht Broker Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales Lee@Manateepocketyachtsales.com 802-734-0757 cell 772-925-1173 home office 772-600-8535 MPYS office
Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales

Office

Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales
4905 SE Dixie Highway Suite 105
Stuart, Florida, US, 34997
Tel:772/600-8535
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.


Hull
Superior gelcoat quality is part of the S2 reputation. Most owners are pleased with the way theirs have held up over the years. While the boats were never built with an epoxy or any other form of barrier coat, the research that Slikkers and company did in the 80s, and the use of vinylester resin, seems to have yielded hulls that have resisted blistering well.
Down Below
From its oversized (6' 5" x 6' 4") forward berth to its generous (6 '5" x 3 '9") quarter berth aft, the S2's interior is more than a little accommodating. Throw in places to sleep for three more and she truly fulfills the boat with beds ideal that was the controlling interior principle in the 70s and 80s. But she's more than a bunkhouse. Her galley, wrapped around a serve-through counter, was ahead of its time in terms of function, elbow room, clever use of space, and integration with the rest of the interior.

Using the quarterberth as a seat for the nav table is an acceptable accommodation in a boat this small. A surprisingly large hanging locker, well-finished drawers, and a jumbo head with shower are among the other details that make the boat livable.
Design
Often credited to the S2 Design Team, the 11.0 was actually designed by Arthur Edmunds. A veteran of the sailboat projects initiated by Chris Craft in the late 60s (Commanche, Apache, et al), Edmunds was called upon by Slikkers to draft the lines for his cruisers. Largest of the bunch, the 11-meter was to combine modern sailing performance, an attractive layout, contemporary styling, and meticulous construction. Say Leon left Arthur's lines alone below the water, but the team concept came from the fact that he had tremendous influence on everything else.

Perhaps the best way to describe the 11.0's sailing characteristics is straight down the middle. In an era when IOR bulges and bumps were visible even on cruising boats, Edmunds opted instead, in almost all cases, for the mean. Her 11' 11" beam is substantial, but its regular and fairs nicely into waterlines that give her a symmetrical footprint or waterplane, meaning that as she heels, her shape in the water is only minimally distorted. This is one of the sources of her light, mannerly helm.

She has the sailplan proportions of her day, masthead rig, small main, overlarge foretriangle. Modern cruisers have come to appreciate larger, controllable mainsails and smaller, more easily handled headsails, but that's not a combination you'll easily find in boats of her vintage.

It's hard to recall that there was a day when all sailing controls weren't led to the cockpit, but the 11-meter was a pioneer in that regard.

The boat has a longish fin keel that strikes a balance between the deeper, thinner foils of today and the full-length keels they've evolved from. In order to encapsulate the considerable (6,000-pound) ballast, however, Edmunds was forced to make the keel very thick in section. In addition to adding to parasitic drag the thick keel produces less lift than a modern NACA inspired foil.
Broker's Comments
1982 S2 11.o A-36 feet
We are very pleased to present "Conquest" for your consideration. She is a well maintained masthead sloop and is well equipped both above and below. 
Her owners have taken the necessary steps over the years to keep her up to date and in great shape.The navigation station is one of the most complete nav stations I have seen in a vessel this size and there is a lot of redundancy below and at the helm. Downstairs is a roomy cabin featuring a good size fore cabin and a very generous quarter berth in the aft. The galley is well laid out and there is a large refrigerator/ freezer box and a large dry box for storage. Ample storage and drawer space round out the offering! Back up on top, there is a good size cockpit with comfortable seating for 5. The line management system is well designed and come right back to the helm for single hand operations. There is a very clean deck with no soft spots and the teak has all been recently redone. If you are looking for a live aboard that is cruise ready, this is the boat for you. Call for an exclusive showing!
Contact Information
Captain S. Lee Bowden
IYBA Licensed Broker
Manatee Pocket Yacht Sales
Lee@manateepocketyachtsales.com
802 734 0757 (Cell)
772 925 1173 (Home)
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.
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