About this Sailboat:
Now that you have visited the fall boat shows and seen what the new model will cost; time to think like new with all same amenties at a fraction of the cost!
Cockpit and Deck Features
The roomy cockpit is comfortable as well as functional. In addition to the long cockpit bench seats, two stern rail seats provide perches with excellent visibility. The steering pedestal includes engine controls, compass, wheel brake, and an engine panel with gauges, alarm, and tachometer. Roomy lazarette storage compartments are found under the cockpit seats, with additional storage in coaming compartments.
After a refreshing swim while at anchor, you’re sure to appreciate the hot and cold shower built in to the stern boarding platform, and the walk-through transom that makes it easy to board the boat from the stern.
The main cabin is warm and inviting, with teak and ash finishes throughout and lots of natural light and ventilation through hatches and ports. The galley and head are located aft for convenience to the cockpit. The galley has durable, one-piece molded countertops, a gimbaled stainless steel stove, and separate lockers for utensils, pans, and dry food. Generous headroom and extra-long berths provide a comfortable space even for taller sailors.
A marine head with holding tank is standard, with macerator pump and deck pumpout fitting. A shower with hot and cold water is included, as well.
Fuel Capacity 19 gal.
Water Capacity Forward tank: 25 gal.
Starboard tank: 18 gal.
Holding Tank Capacity 17 gal.
Cabin Headroom 6’2″
Berths Main Cabin: 2 singles
Foreward: 1 double
Aft: 1 double
Refrigeration Built-in icebox
Hull & Deck Features Stern boarding ladder
Molded-in non-skid decking Double lifelines
Recessed anchor locker
Equipment on Board:
Sails and Rigging
Mainsail Area 396 sq. ft.
182 sq. ft.
All sail controls, including the single-line reefing system, lead to the cockpit, making it easy and safe to handle the sails and rigging. The masthead with double spreaders and fore and aft lower shrouds allows the use of powerful headsails and narrow angle sheeting for good performance to windward. The self-tailing winch for the mainsheet and main halyard, along with 2 self-tailing primary winches, plus standard roller furling headsail, boom vang, and internal topping lift give you almost effortless control over all aspects of sail trimming.
Outlets and battery charger
Full raymarine ST60 instruments
Raymarine ST4000 autopilot