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- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 36.65
- Length (Metres): 11.17
- Beam: 3.65 meter
- Max Draft: 1.5 meter
- LOA: 11.17 meter
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Volvo
- Engine Model: D1
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Hours: 482
- Total Power: 30
2001 shallow draft, fin keel, wheel steered, aft cockpit, fast cruising yacht. The Maxi 1100 is a good looking and well thought out comfortable yacht with a deep secure cockpit, wide and safe sidedecks and a really nice layout below for long periods aboard.
Shallow draft, fin keel, wheel steered, aft cockpit, fast cruising yacht. The Maxi 1100 is a good looking and well thought out comfortable yacht with a deep secure cockpit, wide and safe sidedecks and a really nice layout below for long periods aboard.
Blue GRP hull with white GRP decks and superstructure. Self draining cockpit with teak laid cockpit sole, seats and bathing platform. 2 x lazarette lockers and storage lockers at transom. Internal, structural GRP moulding. Internal joinery in Mahogany and mahogany faced ply with satin varnish. Teak and holly cabin sole boards new in 2013. Bolt on shoal draft, cast iron/lead fin keel with bulb and winglets. Wheel steered to balanced spade rudder, emergency tiller. Coppercoat antifouling system applied in 2013.
Designed by Pelle Peterson and built by Maxi yachts in 2001.
Volvo D1-30, 30hp diesel engine. Saildrive gearbox with folding 3 bladed propellor. Engine fitted in 2014,with approx 482 hours run. Single lever control to reversing reduction saildrive gearbox (fitted with engine in 2014). Saildrive gaitor last changed in 2014.
90 litres of fuel
270 litres fresh water
30 litres hot water
12 volt system – 4 x Rolls AGM 95ah batteries (1x Engine start, 3x Domestic), charged by engine driven alternator (fitted in 2014). Sterling battery management system. 100 watt solar panel (2014). Wired via isolators to 12v distribution panel. 12v LED interior lighting and navigation lights (inc: bow, stern, steaming and anchor). Battery and tank guages.
240v system – Shore supply with cable to RCCB and earth linkage isolator. 240v outlets. Battery charger. Immersion heater in hot water tank.
Spars and Rigging
Keel stepped, fractional, Bermudian sloop. Silver anodised alloy double spreader mast, slab reefing boom, spinnaker pole. Spring loaded rod kicker. Furlex headsail furling gear. 1 x 19 stainless steel wire standing rigging. Standing and running replaced in 2013. Running rigging led aft through organisers to clutches and winches. Adjustable genoa fairlead cars.
1 x Lewmar 40 ECST (electric self tailing) to Starboard
1 x Lewmar 40 CST to port
2 x 44 Lewmar 44 CST
Mainsail – fully battened – North sails – new in 2009
Mainsail – Elvstrom – Original
Genoa –North – new in 2009
Genoa sail cover -2016
Genoa – Elvstrom – original
Cruising Chute – Elvstrom (with snuffer)
Furling gennaker – Elvstrom
Furling “Code Zero” – North - new in 2009
Cockpit – above companionway (all fitted in 2019)
Raymarine i50 Depth (with “Fishfinder” transducer)
Raymarine i50 Speed/log
Raymarine i50 Wind speed/direction
Raymarine Autopilot control
Raymarine E95 Plotter/Radar (2014)
Helmsmans compass (2017) with deviation card
Raymarine Hybrid touch GPS plotter/Radar (2014)
Furuno NX300 Navtex
Raytheon (ST60) Multi repeater
Icom IC-M603 DSC VHF
Simrad A150 AIS
6/7 Berths in 3 cabins including saloon
Navy Blue Alcantara upholstery in saloon
Webasto Diesel fired cabin heating (new in 2016)
Stereo radio/CD player
Carpets to cabin
From forward - Fore cabin with V berth with sprung mattress over standard, two hanging lockers and two storage cupboards. Full width saloon with settee berth to port with lee cloth, vinyl mast cover, table with drop leaf to port, U shaped dinette to stbd (converts to double berth) with lee cloth on outer berth and storage cupboards / shelving outboard. Navigation station to port with good size chart table, navigator’s seat, shelving and lockers. Separate head to port with s/steel sink and grab rail, h&c pressure water (hot from calorifier), shower, teak shower grating, Jabsco manually operated sea / holding tank discharge WC, storage and wet lockers. Galley to stbd with 2 x s/steel sinks, h&c pressure water, manual fresh water pump, gimballed two burner gas cooker with grill new in 2010, top opening cool box with 12v fridge unit, excellent storage. Aft cabin to stbd with hanging locker and large double berth that can be slept on athwartships or fore and aft. Companionway steps up to cockpit with engine beneath.
Original sprayhood, mainsail cover and wheel cover for winter use. 2017 Stackpack with integrated, roll up side panels for shade in cockpit. 2012 sprayhood and cockpit canopy.
Stainless steel double roller stemhead fitting with teak step. Open pulpit with teak step. Stainless steel stanchions, stanchion bases, guardwires and grabrails on coachroof. 6 x good sized mooring cleats. Stainless steel sternguards with gate to bathing platfdorm. Teak laid bathing platform with stainless steel fold down bathing ladder. 2 x alloy framed hatches on coachroof. Teak companionway doors. Large lazarette locker and gas locker. Lewmar electric up and down anchor windlass. Various mooring warps and fenders. Outboard bracket. Snap davits on transom for tender.
Automatic engine room fire extinguisher. Fire extinguisher in aft cabin. Fire blanket. Electric bilge pump with float switch. Secondary electric bilge pump. Manual bilge pump under port side settee. Hazetec gas alarm.
The Maxi 1100 is a highly regarded performance cruising yacht that is quick, comfortable, easy to handle and very versatile.
“Quicksilver” is the shallow keeled version that suits East Coast cruising extremely well. She has clearly been been very nicely and professionally maintained through her life from when she was tested by Yachting Monthly as a new boat until today. A really nice boat that has recently been given a “spring polish” and well worth viewing.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Shore power inlet
Electric bilge pump
Gennaker cruising spinnaker
Manual bilge pump
Wind speed and direction
Outboard engine brackets