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Tina of Melbourne, S 3
à jour au: 2016
1968 Plan Stephens, built by Henk Groen for Barry and Emmy Scott

1968 "Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme"

26 December, Sydney Hobart Yacht Race: 11e/65, elapsed time 5d01h56', E. R. SCOTT

1969 "Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme"

26 December, Sydney Hobart: 5e/80 elapsed time 4d06h49', et 1er One Tonner, Barry SCOTT

1970 "Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme"

26 December, Sydney Hobart Yacht Race: 13e/60, elapsed time 5d00h30', Barry SCOTT

1971 "Offshore Sydney Hobart Race Program",

December, Sydney Hobart Yacht Race: 22e/79, elapsed time 4d10h52', Barry SCOTT

1972 "Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme"

26 December, Sydney Hobart Yacht Race: 43e/79, elapsed time 5d01h51', Barry SCOTT

1975 "Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",

26 December, Sydney Hobart: 76e/102 elapsed time 3d21h41', A. TSAKMAKIS


2014 Sydney-Hobart: DNF, Andy DOLAN

2015 Seen on Racing Boat list,

2016 On Sydney-Hobart entrants list, Andy Dolan;
December, For Sale Sparkman and Stephens 37 - Tina Of Melbourne - $69,500, a stunning S&S 37 One Ton Cup design, is very proudly and exclusively listed for sale with YOTI due to her owner relocating overseas. Representing an almost unique opportunity in pedigree, style and in the leading edge in design from a bygone era, this yacht is one of only two of this design ever constructed and was built to one of the first 'One ton rule' designs which arguably paved the way for the S&S 34 and the early Swan designs. Designed primarily for competitive offshore racing, we challenge any racing or cruising sailor alike, to sit in this beautiful cockpit, take the wheel in one hand and not fall in love. The yachts history tells of just a few long term owners who have been entrusted with the stewardship of such a special vessel, and the evidence of care will be proven on inspection. Tina Of Melbourne was built using full boat length, 1.5 inch planks of Canadian Oregon below the waterline and Californian Oregon above the waterline due to the weight saving of the lighter Californian variety. She is built using splined carvel construction, the splines being of Sitka Spruce. Full length large load bearing stringers run fastened to the ribs spreading loads fore and aft, a bronze structural ring runs from the chainplates and joins the bronze keel grid frame which sits atop the vessels backbone made from West African Mahogony. The yacht enjoyed new Dynex Dux rigging in 2012 along with the mast and boom being fully removed / stripped / re-sprayed / rewired, the teak deck and cabin top were replaced around eight years ago, also in 2012 the topsides were re-sprayed, below the waterline was stripped and re-sprayed, all winches re-chromed and new high quality upholstery added. Her engine was fully and professionally re-built by Bukh in 2014 with warranty remaining plus a much longer list of very significant updates were also completed just last year including a brand new comprehensive sail wardrobe by Doyle, full re-wiring and re-plumbing and new B&G instrumentation. Length (m) : 11.24 m, Beam/Width (m) : 3.09 m, Deck Construction Material : Full teak decks, Hull Construction Material : Canadian Oregon used below the waterline. Californian Oregon above the waterline (lighter in weight), all full length 1.5, Draft (m) : 1.92 m, Number of Batteries : Lifeline 105amp hr sealed service battery (2014), Optima 55amp hr start (2014), Elite battery monitor. Fuel Tank Capacity (L) : 80L, Steering System : S/S wheel plus original tiller laminated alternatively silverash and mahogany (new rudder bearings 2012).