Well, I’m only 5’ 9" and would have chosen a 50" Sunburst 11 for sit-and-switch paddling so I think you should consider a few things to determine what paddle length you might prefer.
First off, the length you came up with is probably OK for competition but for recreational paddling it’s recommended to use a paddle 2 to 2-1/2 inches longer. And, Zaveral, who probably sells more bent shaft paddles than anyone, recommends measuring from seat to eye-level for “torso height”, so that’s probably closer to 33-1/2" for you.
Secondly, the blade on my Sunburst is more like 17-1/2 inches, which doesn’t seem like much but in your case it puts you comfortably into a 52 inch length.
If they sold a 53 inch length that would be even better for all-around use but I prefer to go a bit short rather than long for bent shaft sit-and-switch paddling. A 52" length would probably be fine if sit-and-switch is primarily how you’ll be using the paddle.
One last comment is that the Sunburst blade length is relatively short with a smaller surface area compared to many (most?) straight shaft paddles. It’s not going to have the same power for corrective strokes as the blades you’re used to but it’ll work well as a sit-and-switch paddle.
Again, I suggest reading through all the comments about bent shaft paddles, there’s some useful information. It’s good to get a range of opinions.