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2011 Custom Ed Burnett Schooner 83

Gocek, Turkey


A stunning modern classic from the design boards of the renowned Ed Burnett. Shindela remains in her original ownership and is used exclusively as a family yacht having cruised the Med since commissioning. Thanks to her meticulous maintenance routine carried out by her full-time skipper and crew, she's ready for sailing as soon as her new owners step aboard. Currently lying in Gocek, Turkey, available for viewing by appointment.

Basic Boat Info

Tax Status: Not Paid
Make: Custom
Model: Ed Burnett Schooner 83
Year: 2011
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Arkin Pruva Yat, Antalya, Turkey
Designer: Ed Burnett
Construction: Wood
Keel Type: Fin Keel


Length: 83'2 ft / 25.35 m
Length Overall: 97'11 ft / 29.85 m
Waterline Length: 66'4 ft / 20.22 m
Beam: 18'1 ft / 5.51 m
Max Draft: 11'1 ft / 3.38 m
Displacement: 75,430 kg

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Cummins
  • Model: QSB 5.9 6cyl
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 300hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Feathering
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Year: 2011


Heads Count: 3
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Antique And Classics, Schooner


Jonty Stubbs
Williams & Smithells Yacht Brokers


Williams & Smithells UK
Fareham, GB, PO16 9DR
Tel:+44 (0)1329 827 053


White epoxy-coated cold-moulded wooden hull
Marine plywood overlaid with teak
Frames made from laminated sapele
Khaya strip planking
Double diagonal planks
Fibreglass outer sheathing
4 x Panama fairleads on port and starboard
Scupper drains
Port and starboard Associated mid-deck chromed bronze and teak bar spring cleats
Cap rails made of varnished teak
Grabrails made of varnished teak on both sides
Port and starboard roof hatches on teak plinths
Port and starboard half-skylights, varnished with smoked glass
Port and starboard Dorade vents with chrome cowls


300hp 5.7 6cyl Cummins QSB diesel engine
Shaft drive to feathering MaxProp
Onan 22.5 kVa Generator
Seamar watermaker (2019)- 150 L/h
Marinecold air conditioning throughout
Individual chiller units
24v Air conditioning circulation pump (2020)
PTO Hydraulic pump (2020)


8 x 220 Ah Domestic battery bank
Victron 3kW inverter


2 x 1,580Lts Port and starboard Diesel (3,160ltrs total)
2 x Central fresh water tanks (2,571ltrs total)
Accumulator pump (2019)
Central Grey water 642ltrs tank
3 x 200ltrs Black water tanks (1 x per head)
Black and grey water macerator pump out pump (2020)

Rig and Sails

Bermudan schooner rig
Formula aluminium spars
3 x Spreader and jumper strut mainmast
3 x Spreader and jumper strut foremast
Stainless steel standing rigging
Spectra running backstays
Holmatro Hydraulics
'Park Avenue' booms
Custom fore boom gooseneck raises boom 1 m for outdoor dining
Staysail boom
Comms anntena mounted on main mast
Lower spreader spotlights
Navtec rod rigging
PBO Backstay and triatics

109.9m2 Fully-battened Doyle mainsail
90.7m2 Fully-battened Doyle foresail
38.3m2 Doyle Staysail
69.8m2 Doyle Roller-furling Jib
20.5m2 Doyle Storm jib
160m2 Doyle Code-0
213.8m2 Doyle Gennaker on furler

Anderson self-tailing stainless-steel winches
2 x 72 ST Electric 2-speed (variable)
2 x 62 ST Electric 2-speed (variable)
5 x 58 ST Electric 2-speed (variable)
3 x 58 ST Manual 2-speed
1 x 46 ST Manual 2-speed


Chart table with navigation and switchboard to port
Port and starboard seating converts to pilot/day berths
Grab handles
Machine access via sole hatches
Companionway into main saloon
Large U-shaped seating and dining area to port
U-shaped seating to starboard of walkthrough
Master cabin forward of saloon
Large double berth to port
Ensuite heads to starboard
Ensuite heads with W/C and separate shower
Tecma electric toilet
Seating forward of the berth with dressing table
Hanging wardrobe and seating area to starboard
Forward crew quarters with heads and wetroom
Access to forepeak
Aft of saloon
Large U-shaped galley to port
Heads with W/C and separate shower servicing aft cabins
Tecma electric toilet
Port side guest cabin with 2 x single berths in bunk config
Starboard side guest cabin with 2 x single berths in bunk config


Siemens induction hob aft
Electric oven
Extractor hood
3 x 24v Isotherm Freezer/ Fridge
24v Wine fridge
24v Keel-cooled Vitrifrigo stainless steel drawer fridge
1.5 Stainless steel sinks
Ample storage


Stainless steel cantilever side boarding ladder/ swim ladder to starboard
Carbon fibre pasarelle
Teak dining table (stowed in lazerette)
2 x Haute inflatable stand up paddle boards
2 x West Marine Scamper inflatable kayaks

Deck upholstery
Stack-packs on mainsail and foresail booms
Boomed staysail cover
Cockpit and companionway bimini on stainless steel frame
Port and starboard retractable foreboom awnings
Deckhouse companionway sprayhood with stainless steel frame and roll-up clear screen
Covers for deck superstructures
Sunscreens for pilothouse windows


B&G Radar
B&G (2019)
Sat phone (may be obsolete) Thrane & Thrane
Fleet Broadband
2 x B&G Zeus plotters
2 x B&G Autopilot controls
2 x B&G Multifunction displays
Pilot House:
B&G Zeus plotters
B&G Autopilot controls
B&G Multifunction displays


AB Inflatables Oceanis 12 tender
Mercury 40 hp outboard


All compliant with MCA SCV Cat 2 60 miles 12 persons
24 V Bilge pump (2019)
220 V Fire pump (2020)
Plastimo 12-person hydrostatic release liferaft
2 x Horseshoe buoys
18 m Floating rescue sling
Plastimo IOR Danbuoy
Lazy jacks

The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.

Should you become the new owner of this yacht then the responsibility to re-register or update official bodies for items such as EPIRB, VHF, MMSI or AIS becomes yours.

Disclaimer and Travelling to Inspect

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