The “Birbona” is a 34′ racing sloop, with a round hull, with Marconi (Bermudian) sailing rig. It was commissioned in 1979 by a private owner at the Costruzioni Meccaniche d’Appollonio – Petronio & Pecarich shipyard in Trieste in 1970. The project was carried out based on a project (Sloop 10.30 m.) by the architect Andrea Vallicelli and under the supervision of Paul Elvstroem who designed the sailing rig and helmed it in the first regattas.
The “Birbona” was launched on 12 March 1980 in Trieste. The construction was made of three-layer cross-laminated mahogany, glued with red glue. The hull structure is in teak. It has IOR, ORC and IRC certificates. (ACTIVE). It is also registered in the “Spirit of Tradition” category CIM and AIVE and I.O.R. AIVE, is part of the V.S.V. Fleet. (Vele Storiche di Viareggio) and is registered in the Panerai Vintage Boat Guide and in the German Yacht Klassik Register.
Beds (four) – folding beds (two) — WC and teak bow with lock – Electric toilet – Black water tank – Electric boiler 220 VAC from the ground and engine disconnect water – Shower – Galley with two burners – Electric icebox – Autoclaves (two) for each sink – Various teak lockers – Internal stern locker – Chart table with large container for nautical charts and equipments – New upholstery for cushions in blue color – Anti-roll sheets for dinette beds (two) – Manual bilge pump – Electric bilge pump in dinette / kitchen with hose and hose extension – personalized passer ell with stanchions and bands with “Birbona” writing – Cockpit awning – Portable teak table for cockpit with support – Fixed teak dinette table with two folding sides and with bottle holder – Blue mainsail hood – White mainsail hood with name “Birbona” – Batteries (two) – Electronic battery charger – 220 Vac 12 volt DC Phoenix inverter – 220 VAC floor socket connection with long cable and waterproof sockets – Socket connection from the ground 220 VAC and short cable waterproof sockets – Internal lighting.
Simrad graphic multifunction display – Garmin 72h portable non-mapping GPS – transmitting magnetic compass (tmc) – autopilot autohelm st 2000 electronic – autohelm piston autopilot – fixed vhf rx/tx sailor compact rt 2047 with masthead antenna – vhf portable rx/tx cobra watertight and floating with battery charger – inverter for charging mobile phones etc. usb – radio with CD player and two stereo speakers – RX Broadcasting Grundig radio – speakers – fixed vertical steering compass in the cockpit Riviera White Star – steering compass Riviera Phoenix main course in the chart area – GPS Easy Log #2 fixed in the cockpit – GPS Easy Log #1 fixed in the cockpit – depth sounder with transducer on the starboard side Furuno LS – 4100 and RD 30 A repeater – Raytheon depth sounder with cockpit display transducer on the left – Simrad log/thermo/depth sounder with propellers on the starboard side with repeater – Simrad fixed wind station with 360° wind display and absolute and relative speed and direction bolinometer display – networked mast head sensor – display simrad multifunction network – bow display from tmc network – portable search light 12 vca night eye.
Olympic jib in 100% dacron (already rigged on stay) with FURLEX – Genoa in 150% Pentex (in sail locker) with FURLEX – Heavy nylon mainsail orange with white Tormentina lines – Spinnaker one – Spinnaker two – Drifter/Code Zero light blue – Gennaker with sock. Passing aluminum shaft length. 16.39 m – Aluminum boom length. 4.5 m – Carbon fiber spinnaker pole length. 4 m – Low crosses and crosses high at 90° – Steering wheels with circuit on transom – Self tailing winches (six) – NON self tailing winches (one) – Winch electric for main halyard – vang – Anchor winch – Winch handles (eight) – Stoppers and cleats for halyards – Lazy jack – Harken mainsail traveler installed on teak traveler – Fixed tracks on deck for sheet trolleys – Extendable tiller extending rudder control.
Original sets of all documentation relating to the boat.
Safety equipment, raft, lines, halyards, fenders and additional equipment included.