Reinke Reinke 10m



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Listing Specifications

Reference: UB2181

Year: 1994

Make: Reinke

Model: Reinke 10m

Length: 10.4  metres

Condition: Used

Construction: Aluminium

Listed: 1 November 2013

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Lenght over all: 10,5 meters
Beam: 3m
Draght: 1,1m
Displacement 6500 kg
Ballast 2200 kg (Lead waterproof welded in the keels)

Vetus A 3.10 M from 1998, built on a 3 cylinder Mitsubishi 23 hp
2 circle cooling
PSS shaft seal – maintancefree
1 tank 70 l
1 tank 80 l
Consumption on cruising round 1,8 liters/h

Extremly heavy build tiller on rudder, just 2 parts

Raymarine Tillerpilot 1000 ST plus

Windvane Windpilot Pacific (Leader on the market) – mechanic windvane selfstearing with Servorudder –
visit for further information


Spinacker: 110 qm
Main with 2 Reefs: 28 qm
Genoa I: 42 qm (furle)
Genoa II: 40 qm (furle)
Fock: 20 qm (on cutterstay)
Stormfock I: 8 qm
Stormfock II: 2 qm
Trysail: 3 qm

All steady sails with sunbrellacovers
Sailarea upwind 70 qm

Manual Anchorwindless
2 selftailing Andersonwinches 46st Cockpit
2 selftailing Andersonwinches 46st Mast
Andersonwinch 16 for reefing main
Andersonwinch 16 for Kicker under Sprayhood
Hull, Rigg, Deck and berthes

Knick pledge Aluminiumhull (no rust, no osmosis) with lot s of security in matters of materials strengh and spants
Bilge keel – perfect for drying out on the beach, no cradle or trailor for shorestorage or shipping needed
Mueller-Hans Rigg semi-cutter rigg
2 backstays, 1 pair of spreaders
8 mm stainless rigging
High two wire seafense
Massiv aluminium kicker on mainboom
Aluminium spiboom
5 sleeping places, 2 in frontship, 2 in salon and one singlebed
3 seeled compartments: front, main and engineroom
Stabil (stand on) Aluminiumsprayhood
Extremly sheltered cockpit with big drainers
Rubberantislip in cockpit and on deck
Extremly well insulated (kept the inside on 20 Celsius, when it was -16 Celsius outside easily with the heating)
3 stabil aluminiumhatches

Navigation and electricity

Enginebattery 90 Amp
2 Housholdbatteries each 110 Amp (one a bit past it s peak)
150 Watt inverter 12-220 V
Batterymonitor BM1
2 Solarcell 80 Watts and 40 Watts (one adjustable mounted on back, one “flying”)
Airmarine Airbreeze windgenerator on own mast on the back
GPS 120 Raymarine inside
Raymarine handhold GPS
Plotter VDO in Cockpit
Cassens and Plath compass
2 sets of binoculars (Outdoor- and Nikonmarine)
passive AIS-system
Built in low energyconsuming boardPC with cCMaps worldwide and own GPS and printer

Communication and security

Inmarsat Isatphone Pro (Satphone)
Eprib Mac Murdo Fastfind
2 selfinflateable Lifejackets
Icom 718 Hamradio – an allfrequency transmitter
Pactor modem USB II (emails and weather)
Icom automatic Tuner Icom 130
Lightningprotection in antenna
Raymarine Ray 54 VHF
Handhold VHF Icom waterproof and floating
AWN offshore liferaft for 6 persons
Hallogeen Searchlamp

Several waterproof grabbags and watareproof barrels
Bilgepump Whale Gusher
MOB-system on back
Leakfighting kit
passiv AIS


Dinghy I: 9 feet Aluminiumhardbottom AB (Columbia) with 15 hp Tohatsu (2stroke) outboard with glued on UV-protection (sunbrella)

Dinghy II: 7 feet softbottom inflateable (AWNmade) – has a hole…fixable with 5 hp Yamaha outboard


2 Dinghyanchors
1 mainanchor M-anchor with chain
1 Spareanchor CQR with leadrope

Fun, living and comfort

Eberspaecher Diesel heating with several outlets, comfortable dry heat
Trawler DHI Petrolight in Salon
In salon messing chronograph, clock, airpressure, temp and airpressure
Electrical waterpump Shurflo
Optimus Parafinstove 2 flames with 2 ontop ovens (making bread etc.) in cardanic
Lot’s of fishing equipment
Snorkeling equipment for 2
Cockpittable teak
Cuphoalders in cockpit
3 beachchairs, sunbrella and heaps of compareable stuff
Windcatchers for fronthatch
Sunroof for cockpit
Mounted safe in Salon
Cobb barbecue and Relingbarbecue
Nice stereosystem (JVC radio, sonyspeakers) with frontaux and usb, remote control
Lavac vacuum toilet (the best you can get)
Heaps of Jerrycans for water, diesel and gas
All lights LED
Complete with plates, cuddlery, pots etc
Heaps of nautical literature on the atlantic and the pacific (english)
Board PC with worldwide CMaps and own GPS
2 surfboards
Wetsuitshorty (L)
4 sets of foulweathergear
Tons of chargers and adapters for tons of different devices worldwide

Heaps of mooringropes and schots
Paints, Antifouling (enough for one new bottomjob. Bottom pretty cvean, scraped recently) etc.
Spare blades for windgenerator
Complete kit for stove
Servicekit for head
Oil and filters
Spare rawwaterfilter
Belts etc. for Diesel
Spare sailfabric
Waterpumps in spare for Diesel inner and outer coolingcircle
Spareparts for Outboardengines (impellers, sparkplugcables and so on)
Several boxes with all sorts of bits and pieces, lots of stainless
1 big box with electrical spareparts
Heaps of power and nonpowertools and special maintance tool like pullers, filterkeys, oilpump etc., sailfixing tools
Extra tiller


Great cruising boat and lifeaboard, ideal for couple and ready to go (if u care about it u might wanna paint the hull, which is a job of 3 days – but for cruising I would consider to leave it like it is, so the boat doesn t look too posh). I sailed her here from germany. Before a lot in Europe, even up to Iceland from the european mainland. I always felt save and secure, she takes rough weather really well for her size. She s got heaps of storageroom. A boat that served me well under all conditions I have experienced and in all places. Specially her ability to beach in combination with the little draght was a big plus many times, when entering some shallow entries etc.. I m trying to sell, because I plan to go back to europe. I plan to stick around nz for the summer and if I don t sell her over here ll head over to aussie. So delivery to australia would be negotionable. If you have any further question don t bather to write me an email to or give me a call or send me a text to 0064223900911.

If you are in general interested, but don t want all the pricy cruising equipment like the big dinghy, the hamradio, windvane etc, we can take those items out and negotiate on that basis. I have a very complete collection of the manuals etc. for almost everything on board.

This is a great chance to get a ready to life aboard and cruise yacht, low in maintance, built heavily and with a good longtermvalue. The buildingmaterial Aluminium combines strenght and light weight and skips things like osmosis and rust.

Sailing her always very defensive I have had her on etmals around 150 miles. On an average most long crossing came out with 100 nautical miles per day with all different kinds of weather from calms to strong winds not using the engine for pushing her at sea.