Make/model : Sigma 362
Year of manufacture : 1987
Designer : David Thomas
Length overall : 36'0"
Draft : 6'0"
Displacement : 5,625 kg
Hull : GRP displacement
Location : North Wales, United Kingdom
Engine : Volvo 28hp
Engine hours : 500
Fuel : diesel
capacity : 100 litres
Number of cabins : 2
Number of berths : 7
Drinking water capacity : 200 litres
Sigma 362 (1987) Fin Keel Yacht. Volvo 28hp diesel engine. Slab reefed battened mainsail with lazy bag (2010) and a furling genoa. Spinnaker. Storm sail. Rigging renewed 2007. Electric windlass. Seven berths in two double berth cabins and the saloon. Eberspacher heating (2009). Hot/ cold pressurised freshwater system. Standard Horizon CP300 GPS chartplotter (new 2008), Stowe wind speed/ direction, Stowe navsounder depth, Garmin 300C fishfinder and Stowe Navigator 2 speed/ distance log instrument in the cockpit. VHF radio, Autohelm GPS, Radar, Navtex and Stowe navsounder at chart table. Raymarine SPX wheel pilot (new 2010) with Raymarine ST6002 display. Lying North Wales.
Volvo 28hp diesel engine driving Bruntons varoprop propellor (new in 2012) via shaft. New propshaft, flexible coupling and PPS propshaft seal fitted in 2008. New engine mounts fitted in 2010. New Volvo gearbox spline conversion (MS2) fitted in 2012. New engine battery 2012. New cutlass bearing fitted in 2014. New Tek Tank diesel tank fitted in 2008.
SAILS AND SPARS:
Seldon anodised aluminium mast and boom. Slab reefed battened mainsail with lazy bag (2010) and a furling genoa. Spinnaker. Storm sail. Spinnaker pole.
There are two Lewmar 46 self tailing sheet winches, two Lewmar 30 self tailing halyard winches and two Lewmar 30 self tailing halyard winches.
The cabins are warmed by an Eberspacher diesel fired heating system (fitted 2009).
The private forecabin provides a double berth with hanging locker and wash hand basin.
The saloon has two single berths either side and a drop leaf dining table. The portside saloon converts to a double berth. The navigation station is to starboard aft of the saloon seating, it is equipped with the VHF radio, Autohelm GPS, Radar, Navtex, Stowe navsounder and the electrical switch panel.
The 'L' shaped galley is aft and to port and is equipped with:- a stainless steel twin bowl sink with hot/ cold pressurised fresh water supply, a top opening fridge, a Plastimo Atlantic twin burner gas stove with oven and grill and plenty of locker storage.
The heads compartment is to starboard and has a marine WC, hand basin with showerhead and hot/ cold pressurised water supply.
The large private portside aft cabin provides a comfortable double berth and locker storage.
Bruce anchor with 20m chain and warp. Electric windlass. Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires. Sprayhood. Zipped mainsail bag (new in 2010). Teak cockpit. Folding cockpit table. 4x solar panels. Boarding ladder. Warps and fenders.
Binnacle compass. Standard Horizon CP300 GPS chartplotter (new 2008), Stowe wind speed/ direction, Stowe navsounder depth, Garmin 300C fishfinder and Stowe Navigator 2 speed/ distance log instrument in the cockpit. VHF radio, Autohelm GPS, Radar, Navtex and Stowe navsounder at chart table. Raymarine SPX wheel pilot (new 2010) with Raymarine ST6002 display. Radar reflector. Clock and Barometer. Navigation lights.
2x manual bilge pumps. Auto electric bilge pump. 2x Horseshoe lifebuoys with lights. Danbuoy. 2x Fire extinguishers. Safety lifelines.