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Sigma 36
(10,98 m) - 1985

Layout :

  • Length : 10,98 m (36' 0")
  • Beam: 3.50 m (11.5')
  • Draft: 1,86 m (6')
  • Headroom: 1.90 m
  • Displacement: 5.5 t
  • Hull material: Polyester
  • Rigging: sloop
  • Engine : 28 HP VOLVO

Available december 2016 !

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 5,4 M XPF / 45 000 €

Classic British cruiser-racer equipped for blue-water sailing.

Fast and easy to sail with reduced crew.

Warm wood interior.

Interior fittings :

Sleeps 7 to 9

  • Double cabin fore
  • Heads / WC on starbord and lockers compartment to port
  • Large saloon with two bench seats facing each other, can be used as sleeping berths + 2 in height (can also be used for storage)
  • Galley to port
  • Chart table to starboard
  • Single berth behind the chart table
  • Double cabin aft under the cockpit

Listing :


SIGMA 36, polyester monohull, designed by David Thomas in 1981 and built in 1985 in Plymouth (UK) by Marine Projects.
The Sigma 36 is the bigger sibling of the successful one-design racer Sigma 33, which proved its seaworthiness in the terrible 1979 Fastnet storm.
The Sigma 36 is a pleasure at the helm, slicing upwind like a knife or flying downwind as a bullet.
This boat started it's life on the English Channel with short crosses and occasional weekend racing.
The current owners bought it in 2011 and brought it to Germany, spreading it's wings by longer cruises to the Baltic, Norway, around the Spanish peninsula and into the Mediterranean.
In 2013 the owners equipped the boat for long distance cruising and set off for a two year long voyage with their 4 children. The boat is in French Polynesia since December 2014.


28 HP Volvo Penta MD2030 diesel engine
Shaft transmission
Flexofold two-blade feathering propeller
160 liter fuel tank

Sloop rigging

Fractional rigged sloop
Standing rigging changed roughly 10 years ago and inspected by professional rigger in 2014
Running backstays added in 2014
Main sail (2013) with three automatic reefs and lazy bag. All lines run to the cockpit.
Tri-radial Genoa on furler (2013)
Staysail on roller furle-furler on a flying cutter-stay addes in 2013
Heavy tissue spinnaker (1,5 oz)
Carbon spinnacker boom
7 Harken winches

Ground tackle

16kg Brake anchor (2014) + 50 m chain + 30 m rope
Spare anchor: 16 kg Danfoss + 20 m chain + 50 m rope


Fresh water: 2 x 120 L tanks, 240 liters in total
Pressurized hot and cold water (hot water exchanger linked to diesel engine)
Katadyn Powersurvivor 40e watermaker (2013), producing 5 L/h on 12V from solar panels
2-burner stove with pan-holder
10 liter cold plate fridge
Eberspaecher forced air heating (desactivated given the temperatures in Polynesia)


Service batteries: 4 * 100Ah (2015)
Starter battery: 60Ah (2015)
Solar panels: 2 * 110W (2014) + 30W (2013) with their controllers
Windgenerator: 400W with controller (2013)
12V/220V inverters: 150W (2013) and 2000W pure sinus (2014)
220V/110V inverter (2014)


Raymarine X10 autopilot with JEFA electrical actuator (2013)
VHF Silva S15
AIS transceiver EasyAIS TRX2 with its own GPS (2011)
GPS: Garmin GPS128
Depth sounder: Navico
Wind instrument NASA conected to autopilot (2013/2015)
Satellite phone: Inmarsat IsatPhone Pro (2013)


BOMBARD dinghy AX2
TOHATSU 3.5 HP outboard engine

Safety equipment

The Sigma yachts had Lloyds certificates.
Liferaft, 8 persons (2013)
Automatic life vests for adults and children
EPIRB ACR GlobalFix Pro with integrated GPS (2014)
Waist High watertight bulkhead added behind front peak


All hatches replaced in 2012
Bimini and dodger (2013)
Cockpit cover against sun and rain (2015)
Dishes, pot and pan
Snorkelling and fishing gear
Professional Singer sewing mashine
Engine spare parts and tools
Numerous ropes and fenders

Main strengths

Fast and seaworthy cruiser, ready to continue her way along dream islands and towards distant horizons; single-handed as with a couple or family.

Last modified : 07/02/2017


The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.

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