Hull and deck
Gelcoat colour: white.Accommodations
Laminate construction of Hull: isophtalic gelcoat and a vinylester based barrier coat, polyester laminate.
Hand lay-up method, insulated against heat and cold.
Integrated rubbing strake with brass strip.
Additional brass rubbing strakes to all mooring and spring cleats.
Blue decorative band in gelcoat.
Strong floor reinforcements.
The boat has a bolt on lead keel with sturdy stainless keel bolts.
Deck, coachroof areas and also cockpit are of sandwich construction laminated to the hull to form a one piece construction.
Cockpit length 2.83 m.
Interior tastefully finished in mahogany with matt silk varnish. Flush mounted interior locker doors with invisible hinges and built in end stoppers. Well positioned lighting. No fiberglass visible. High quality upholstery. 12 cm sandwich foam cushions, all in two densities for great comfort.
Floors are in real mahogany wood with inlaid holly stripes and varnished. Inspection openings in floorboards for easy access to valves, speed transducer, bilge etc.
Two sofas with lee clothseach 2.00 m
Lockers above the sofas and partially in the L sofa.
White headlining accentuated with mahogany inlays.
There is a strong saloon table.
Vanity with electric switch panel.
Three opening portlights in the saloon/galley area.
Large opening deck hatch with OceanAir skyscreen
Headroom 1.91 m
Solid composite stone countertop with mahogany fiddles around.
Cooker with oven, lighting with the push of a button.
Cover over stove
Two extra deep double sinks.
Ample stowage room, chopping board, drawers and waste bin.
Fridge: well insulated box with basket and cooling unit with an electric Danfoss Compressor.
Two opening portlights in the galley area.
Generous double berth 2.04 m long and 1.98 m wide at the widest part.
Footend 62 cm wide.
Two big hanging lockers, two vanities and several lockers.
Above and below berth generous stowage (no tank).
Opening portlights and opening deck hatch over the berth.
Door leading to the saloon
2.00 m long berth, 173 cm wide at widest part.
Footend 142 cm wide.
Spacious hanging locker.
Locker above berth and stowage below.
Door leading to saloon.
Opening porthole for good ventilation.
Interior lining and cupboard in white matt Resopal.Mechanical & Electrical Systems
Watertight shower stall with teak grating and shower waste pump.
Robust manual pump toilet.
Holding tank, to be emptied by gravity or deck pump outlet.
Composite stone wash basin and countertop.
One lever mixer shower head.
Stowage above and below.
Opening porthole as well as opening deck hatch for good ventilation.
The deckhatch glass is milk coloured, to allow light in but obscure view.
3 Cylinder Volvo Penta D1-30 engine with sail drive Deck and deck fittings
Three bladed folding Volvo Penta propeller
Bow thruster, 4hp
Charging of batteries is by 115 A alternator from engine.
Engine hours counter.
2 Volt starter battery 62 Ah dedicated for engine start only.
Extended house battery bank 480 Ah 12 v
Mastervolt Chargemaster 12v/50A-230V
230v shore power connection, UK outlets, cable with stainless inlet.
Switch panel with fuel and water gauges, voltmeter and automatic circuit breakers.
Lighting strategically placed throughout.
12 v outlets at the saloon vanity and above sliding hatch in cockpit.
Insulated water heater
Air Heater Webasto Airtop EVO 40
International LED Navigation Lights.
Capacity of Diesel tank 188 l, located under the stb side sofa.
Manually operated fold out swim step with folding ladder.Mast, rigging and sails
Side decks, toerail, handrails, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and bathing step in quality teak.
Strong stainless steel cleats forward and aft.
Spring cleats and fittings for gennaker blocks fitted on toe rail.
Four skylights deckhatches.
Totally six opening portlights.
The toilet compartment has an opening deck hatch as well as an opening portlight.
Also the aft cabin has two opening portlight.
Pulpit and pushpit guard rails with opening sections Port and Starboard.
Two Lewmar 40EST self-tailing chrome sheet winches.
Two Lewmar 30 ST chrome halyard winches.
Windscreen with handholds and sprayhood.
The mid section of the screen opens.
Easy view compass in instrument console above sliding hatch.
Genoajib tracks with floating blocks and return pulleys to sheet winches.
Stainless steel ruddershafts with two self aligning bearings for each rudder for safety and low friction in all situations.
Wheel Steering with leather covered wheels and instrument boxes at both helms
Covers for steering wheels and boxes
Two self-closing ventilators on coach roof.
Chain locker forward with space for fenders and chain.
Electric Lewmar anchor winch, 40m chain and 16kg Ultra anchor
Deck scupper drains to avoid hull marking.
Space aft for two 3kg gas cylinders.
Fractional furling rig by Seldén with strong tackle backstay tensioner with purchase 1:32 for trimming of mast.
Continuous line furling control in cockpit
Headsail electric furling and reefing system Seldén Furlex TDE with under deck furler.
Windex on mast top.
Halyards and lines lead into cockpit through 8 Spinlock jammers.
Seldén Rodkicker with gas spring
LED deck light on mast.
International LED Navigation Lights.
AquaSignal LED tricolour. toplight with anchor light.
Elvstrom furling main, DC-cloth with four vertical battens
Elvstom genoa/job in DC-cloth, with vertical battens, E-flex and UV-protection
Raymarine Axiom-Pro 9, multifunction display
Raymarine i70 Speed, Depth & i70s Wind
Raymarine p70s autopilot
Raymarine AIS700 class-B transponder
Raymarine Ray63 VHF, DSC class D with second command mic
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Life lines in webbing on deck
4-person Liferaft IOR/ORC valise
Fitting for lifebelt on deck
Lifebuoy with holder
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