- Narrow forward waterlines with slightly vee'd shape sections with flared
topsides forward to enlarge the foredeck area for easy sail handling. This
also gives immense reserve buoyancy. The hull form through the mid-ships is
of moderate flair and slightly vee'd below the water line with a straight
line run aft.
- Anchor locker forward was designed to be as large as possible to
accommodate the roller furling headsail drum and the anchor winch. The prod
doubles for the anchor as well as the gennaker.
Part of the deck concept is to keep the sheets and halyard runs as clean as possible and the deck gear kept to a realistic minimum.
The working cockpit area has been designed to be as large as possible to allow easy crew work while racing and a lounging area while cruising with a sail locker / life raft bin set into the cockpit sole.
- The interior has been kept as simple as possible, but without sacrificing
certain necessities. In the forward cabin is a large double berth with
storage under and a hanging locker with shelves opposite the head.
The head is of reasonably large volume with basic amenities (i.e.. manual toilet and cold pressure water)
The saloon has a 'U' shaped dinette seating six with seating opposite. Above both are large shelves come pilot berths. The water tanks are built in under the saloon berths with a capacity of approx. 280 litres per side. The basic chart table has a freezer built in under it.
The galley is an 'L' shaped arrangement with the fridge built into the end with reasonable bench work space and storage below. There is a two burner gimbled stove with a liquor cabinet beside and storage shelves behind.
The port quarter berth opens to the boat while the starboard quarter berth has a private cabin.
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