- In the forward end is a double bunk with shelves and lockers either side.
There is standing room aft of the bunk, before you exit past a large locker
to starboard and an enclosed toilet / shower to port. This area has a large
bench top with lockers on top out-board with a vanity basin in front. There
is also a seat for for sitting and showering while underway.
- In the saloon - to starboard is a seat with a water tank built under and
behind is a single bunk. To port is a large 'U' shaped dinette area with
storage in an open locker behind. Under the forward end of this seat is the
auxiliary: a 20hp diesel motor -shaft drive. Under the aft end of the seat
is a fridge unit with front opening door. Aft of this area is the spiral
companionway step with the navigation station and chart table behind. To
starboard is a moderate sized 'U' shape galley with extra lockers, behind
the 2 burner stove with grill. Under the floor in this area is another built
in water tank.
- Aft and under the cockpit is another double bunk with an escape hatch in
the unlikely event of a capsize.
- Exterior features include a large cockpit with radiused aft beam for the
traveller system. The anchor locker is deep and long enough for the rope /
chain capstan to feed directly into this area. Forward of the furler is a
500mm bow spit with anchor roller and bow rails. The mast head drifter fixes
to this point.. The end of this also has a aluminum gennaker prod which can
pivot sideways. The deck gear is not through bolted to stop the unwelcome
leaks as is the carbon fibre chain plates thus making a potentially dry boat
- The floats have the centre-boards and rudders in them, thus improving
steerage and control at higher speeds. The boards are also stronger because
they do not need to be as large. The blades are all the same size so they
can be changed around if one was to break.
- The rig is a simple non-rotating fractional with 30 deg. swept spreaders
stayed to the main hull. It is also keeled stepped to help spread loads
through the boat and improve the stiffness of the mast. The mast has
cap-shrouds and masthead shrouds out to the floats for additional support.
|BEAM MAIN HULL||3.4 metres|
|DRAFT BOARD UP||.5 metres|
|DRAFT BOARD DOWN||1.9 metres|
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