Specifications Iversen Cruiser Sina II                     100311

Loa    11,0    m

Beam    3,0   m

Draft    1,8    m

Weight app. 10 tons

Sail area app. 58 m2

Hull of oak on oak frame ribs. Planking 1 ¼ inch below waterline and free boards one inch.

Deck and deckhouses of varnished mahogany and Oregon pine. Some details of teak. Please see enclosed pictures.

Built 1938 at Mobergs Varv in Gothenburg.

Design   Jac. Iversen

Interior arrangement

Below fore deck cabin with double (at least for younger people) bed.

Owners cabin with comfortable bed (width 90 cm) to port and wardrobes to starboard.

This cabin gives access to the cabin in the front.

Aft of Owners cabin on starboard side lavatory with tiled wall around the hand-basin. Newly installed Jabsco toilette (the original one is available) with stainless steel 40 l. holding tank. The lavatory gives access to Owners cabin. On the port side cupboard accessible from the main cabin. Stainless steel Reflex diesel heater.

Main cabin with folding table. Two sofas/beds and two Pullman beds. Shelves below deck behind the back of the sofas.

Aft of main cabin, galley to port with double burner stove. Sink below the bridge-deck. Ice box with Supercool refrigerating machine. Lots of stowage. Fresh water tanks 2 x 250 liter.

Navigation table on starboard side. Drawers for charts and other necessities.

Traditional Scandinavian wooden interior of Honduras mahogany.

Rig, sails and canvas

Traditional wooden Oregon pine mast. Masthead rig with one pair of spreaders. “Peter boom” for the jib. Main, jib, genua and storm jib and main, all of dacron. Covers for main (2007) and jib as well as the deckhouse (1999) and cockpit (2008). Sprayhood (2007).


Auto pilot, GPS and compass.


Volvo MD 17D, three cylinder diesel engine from 1987 with bronze propeller. Fresh water cooled (Martec).  115 litre diesel tank.


Four winches. Hand operated anchor windlass. 50 m anchor chain. Four anchors. Traditional bollards, cleats and bronze chocks and stansions.


The owner during the last eight years is a boat builder and he has kept Sina II indoors during the winters.  She is sailed in the Baltic most of the time. The whole hull construction and the interior is in a good condition. The deck and deckhouses should to be reconditioned in order to reach such standard this classic beauty deserves.  Among other things some of the Oregon pine laths should be replaced.

Price and delivery


Contact Classic Yachts Broker, Forsa Åvik, 641 91 Katrineholm, Sweden.

Phone:  +46 150 202 82  Mobile  +46 07 69 20 20.