This Sirena Pedrick 40 is in great conditions, constantly maintained by her third owner.
Builded in Finland by Lito Marin shipyard, on a design of David Pedrick, famous for America One project, she is one of the only 22 produced, all semicustom boats from a country that gave us Swan and X-yachts
Very comfortable can easily accommodate up to 6 in her spacious 2 cabin plus saloon.
Cabin heating, good electronics and strong seaworthy properties.
Spirit of Zoya is a fine cruising yacht. She has never been raced or chartered with only family use from new.
Sirena Pedrick 40
GRP Bluewater cruising with bermudan cutter rig and fin keel designed by Dave Pedrick and built by Oy Sirena Ab, Finland and launched 1997
Engine is a Nanni 43hp .
Comfortable aft cockpit with wheel steering.
1xNanni 43hp diesel engine with fresh water cooling.
Engine serviced regularly at least every 200 hours,
or each winter haul out.
Cruising speed:5 knots Max. speed:7.5 knots
Shaft driven, 3 blade Maxi prop
3 x 12v 110 amp hr batteries
1 x 12v engine starting battery 1 x 12v battery for windlass
1 x 60ah alternator,
1 x 240v battery charger and shorepower
Hot and cold pressurised water system with calorifier
Seawater at bow and stern and cockpit shower
1 x Manual bilge pump
1 x Electric bilge pump
1 x Stainless steel fuel tank,holding approx. 73 gallons (280litres)
2 x Stainless water tanks, holding:approx.100 gallons (454 litres)
1x Vetus rigid holding tank with charcoal fiter,holding:approx.61 litres (new 2004)
Mast Rigging and Sails
Cutter Rig with alloy spars by Selden new 2015
Selden mast with double spreaders stepped through hull on keel with inbuilt furling system.
Stainless steel standing rigging new 2015
Rope running rigging new 2015
Furlex furling system on both forestays
Spinnaker pole and halyard
Running backstays Selden rod kicker new 2022
Twin backstays with mechanical adjusters
1 x inmast furling mainsail by Saturn Sails 2015
1x furling genoa by Hood
1x furling staysail Channon
2 x Anderson 52 2 speed Primary
2 x Anderson 40. 2 speed Secondaries
1 Anderson 40 2 speed Controls (Coachroof in cockpit)
2 Anderson 40.2 Halyard winches on the mast
In mast Selden in mast winch on mast.
Sleeps six in three cabins including the saloon.
Master cabin forward with double berth with two lockers under (one huge one under bunk and one with doors in front)
2 hanging lockers, 2 small seats with lockers under. Shelf running alongside double berth each side.
Two locker sat far end of berth with doors opening outwards.
Large opening Goiot hatch to fore deck with portable flyscreens. Holly/teak stripe marine plywood floor
Saloon "L" shaped seating around table which makes in to a double berth, storage lockers behind and under plus large shelves running along cabin side.
Dinning table with flap.2"chairs"opposite with locker between and more shelves behind.
Goiot hatch above plus non opening windows in cabin sides.
Holly teak striped marine plywood floor
Galley area to port with double stainless steel sink, chest type Fridge (not working)
2 burner, oven and grill gas cooker with fail safe on all burners. gas storage facility
Lockers at back fridge and cooker for china and condiment etc Lockers under sink and cooker for further storage.
Pressurized hot and cold water to sink.
Holly/teak striped floor as before.
Navigation area to starboard.
Desk type chart table with lift up lid for storing charts.
Custom built switch panel in
Gauges for water and fuel.CD/radio player.
Battery storage under helms mans seat.
Holly/teak striped floor as before.
Double cabin behind the galley with hanging locker etc. Opening port into cockpit and another to outside
Spacious heads on the starboard side with basin, shower, toilet and lockers
1x Nelson 2 burner gas cooker with oven and grill
1 x 12v Isotherm refrigerator
Double stainless steel sink, locker
JVC radio/cd music system new 2 Speakers
Stainless Steel storage facility for 2 gas bottes in aft locker with overboard drain
Crockery, cutlery, various kitchen utensils floor rugs,all bunk cushions etc.
Suunto 2135 Compass
Raytheon Speed and Log
Raytheon Depth Sounder
Raytheon Wind Speed and Direction
Raymarine 6001 Autopilot
Raymarine Radar Not working
Nasa Target Navtex Not Working
Standard Horizon VHF with Cockpit Mic
Garmin Map 228 GPS
Mooring and Anchoring
Bruce anchor with 60m Chain
Fortress Danforth kedge anchor with small amount of chain with 50m (appox) multi plait warp.
Lewmar Electric Windlass with own battery and remote control
6 man Life raft old and not in service
3 Fire Extinguishers date unknown
Stern Swim Ladder
She was built in Finland by Sirena Yachts in Linberg consulting to a design by Dave Pedrick the designer of America One the 12m design. .
She was cruised by the first owner in Finland until 2005 then sailed to Lymington water where she was sold to her second owner. They sadly had an accident had had to sell her to us in 2009.
We bought her north via North Sea,Orkney and Shetland. We have kept her at Clyde Marina where we did seasonal 6 months afloat cruising the West coast of Scotland with each winter ashore.
- Battery charger
- Marine head
- Furling mainsail
- Electric bilge pump
- Swimming ladder
- Wind speed and direction
- Furling genoa
- Cd player
- Manual bilge pump
- Spray hood
- Steering wheel
- Log speedometer
- Hot water
- Shore power inlet
- Teak cockpit
- Cockpit cover - full winter cover
- Refrigerator - box
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