HULL AND DECK Construction

  • 100% hand-laid solid fiberglass hull lamination
  • Vinylester resin in outer layers for superior blister resistance
  • Bi-axial fiberglass cloth throughout lamination for added impact resistance
  • Additional hull reinforcement in bottom, turn of bilge, and bow sections
  • Hydrex Max Guard brand ISO-NPG gelcoat for long lasting shine and durability
  • Boot and Cove stripes painted with fade resistant linear polyurethane paint
  • Heavy duty longitudinal/floor/mast step/engine bed system
  • All bulkheads, floors (athwartship stringers), and longitudinals bonded securely to hull while in the mold
  • All furniture bonded direct to hull and deck where appropriate for added strength
  • No-liner interior construction provides direct access to entire hull
  • Divinycell cored deck lamination
  • Molded nonskid in contrasting color (teak deck option)
  • Deck fastened and sealed with 3M 5200 polyurethane adhesive/sealant and through-bolted on 4 inch centers to an inward molded flange integral to hull lamination
  • Bulkheads securely bonded on their entire perimeter, hull and deck
  • Lead keel with bulb for maximum righting moment
  • Watertight bulkheads fore and aft segregating interior living spaces
  • Balanced spade rudder with stainless steel rudder post

DECK FEATURES

  • Hard Dodger with 0.5in laminated safety glass
  • Lewmar deck hatches
  • Manship polished stainless steel opening ports
  • Four stainless steel dorade vent guards and cowls mounted on molded deck boxes
  • Lexan sliding hatch on Teflon slides
  • Hinged Companionway doors
  • Lexan drop boards
  • Molded 2” foredeck bulwark topped by 2.5” toerail for offshore safety
  • 30 inch high 1.25” diameter lifeline stanchions with 316 stainless steel 1×19 double lifelines
  • Upper and lower 1×19 stainless steel lifelines
  • 6 Pelican hook boarding gates: port, starboard, and aft
  • 25” diameter stainless steel stern pulpit with aft gate
  • 2 Large aft deck lazarettes with Bailey hatch dogs
  • Large bow sail/deck gear locker with watertight bulkhead and easy access to anchor rode
  • 4 safety harnesses padeyes installed in cockpit
  • USCG approved stowage locker for 2 20# aluminum propane tanks (1 tank provided)
  • Stainless steel grab rails within continuous reach along cabin top.
  • Stainless steel swim/man overboard boarding ladder.
  • Six 12 inch stainless steel mooring cleats
  • Aquasignal Navigation lights

PROPULSION

  • Yanmar 4JH80 with KM4A w/ 2.45:1 reduction gear, freshwater cooled diesel
  • Yanmar engine control panel and alarms located adjacent to helm (tachometer, hour meter, engine temperature and oil pressure gauges, warning lights and alarms)
  • Waterlift muffler
  • Dual Racor fuel filter
  • Bronze seawater strainer
  • Lewmar single lever shift and throttle control mounted on pedestal
  • Stainless propeller shaft
  • Hinged companionway and two lift off side panels provide full access to engine
  • Soundown fireproof 2#/square foot engine compartment sound insulation
  • 250 gallons(est) of fuel capacity in two tanks (additional capacity options)
  • Fuel tanks vent to midship stanchions – well above waterline when heeled
  • Fuel supply, fuel return, water manifolds, and battery switches located in dedicated locker for easy operation and monitoring

PLUMBING

  • 225 gallon(est) fresh water capacity (additional capacity options)
  • 16 gallon Isotherm stainless steel hot water heater
  • Par 12 volt fresh water pump(2)
  • Shurflow saltwater deck/anchor wash down pumps, one forward, one aft
  • Rule 2000 electric bilge pumps (2) with float switch
  • Rule 3700 GHP electric bilge pump with float switch
  • Helm mounted Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
  • Cabin mounted Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
  • Bronze flush mounted through hulls with sea cocks, labeled for easy identification
  • Transom mounted hot and cold fresh water shower
  • Fiberglass holding tanks in each head (approximately 30 Gallons each), gravity feed overboard discharge
  • Tank Watch holding tank indicators
  • Sea Land Odor resistant hose used for all head plumbing
  • Raritan PHII manual heads

ELECTRICAL

  • ABYC approved corrosion resistant tinned copper wire
  • 50 Amp Shore power system
  • Inverter/charger
  • Marinco 110 volt / 50 amp shore power cord and deck fitting.
  • 50’ Marinco 50 Amp shore power cord
  • 110 volt electrical outlets throughout vessel
  • Separate on/off switches for house and engine batteries
  • Cross-connect switch allows house bank to be used to start engine if required
  • House battery bank system includes four 8D (200 amp hours each) deep cycle batteries
  • Machinery Battery bank, separate from house for engine, windlass, and bow thruster
  • Custom backlit electrical panels with full displays by Common Ground of Newport Beach
  • Electrical panel hinged for easy access
  • 12V utility plugs throughout vessel
  • ABYC approved bonding system
  • 100 square feet of copper ground strap glassed to hull at waterline for SSB ground plane
  • PVC conduits provided for future wiring installations
  • Wiring led clear of bilge where possible
  • Galvanic Isolator

INTERIOR FEATURES

  • Teak Interior
  • Satin interior varnish
  • Varnished Teak and Holly cabin sole
  • Generous handholds throughout interior
  • Positive locking floorboards
  • Positive locking locker buttons
  • Cedar Lined Hanging lockers
  • Automatic hanging locker lights
  • Louvered doors and cabinet doors for ventilation
  • Mobella door handles
  • 4 dorades with internal closures and deck plates
  • Prewired for stereo and 6 speakers
  • Padded vinyl removable overhead panels
  • Seamless Head compartments from cabin sole to counter for easy cleaning
  • Cantalupi interior lighting with bulkhead switches
  • Courtesy/safety lighting throughout the cabin sole
  • Individual reading lamps in each cabin
  • Task lighting in engine compartment, lazarette, and forward sail/chain locker
  • Automatic locker lights in hanging and pantry lockers

NAVIGATION STATION

  • Forward facing chart table
  • Inset storage tray outboard of chart table for books, hand bearing compass, binoculars, etc
  • Drawer unit including file drawer for ships papers
  • Instrument box located forward and above chart table surface
  • Hinged custom electrical panel for ease of access
  • Link Battery monitor
  • Aquasignal chart lights: 1 red, 1 white

GALLEY

  • Corian counters with 2” fiddles
  • Three burner Force 10 propane stove with thermostatically controlled oven
  • Polished stainless stove crash bar with welded eyes for cook’s safety belt
  • Scanvik polished stainless steel double sink
  • Scanvik faucet assembly
  • Jabsco salt water foot pump
  • Jabsco fresh water foot pump
  • Icebox top and front opening
  • Segregated freezer
  • Drawers, trash bin, microwave cabinet, and louvered lockers
  • Remote propane shutoff switch

GROUND TACKLE

  • Divided self draining chain locker easily accessible from forward stowage locker
  • Custom stainless double anchor roller
  • Molded scupper aft of bow roller to catch water brought aboard with anchor chain
  • Maxwell Windlass with capstan with handheld remote control
  • Helm mounted windlass control and counter
  • 200 feet Hi test anchor chain
  • Delta anchor (or credit for buyers selection)
  • Stern anchor and 200’ 3-strand rode, 40 feet chain
  • 6 12” stainless steel mooring cleats

SAILING HARDWARE

  • Keel stepped Selden double spreader mast with 316 stainless steel 1X19 standing rigging
  • Main, Genoa, Staysail, Spinnaker (2), staysail halyards, topping lift
  • Boom Vang
  • Furlex Genoa Furler
  • Furlex Staysail Furler
  • 2 Lewmar 65CST Primaries (Electric Option)
  • 2 Lewmar 50 CST Secondary
  • 1 Lewmar 48 ECST Electric main halard winch
  • 2 mast mounted Lewmar self tailing winches

SAILS

  • Hood Vertical Batten Vectran main
  • Hood Cross Cut Vectran Genoa
  • Hood Cross Cut Vetran Jib

“for all its lush and allure and flawless finish, the interior reflects the sound philosophy of allowing form to follow function…”

Cruising World

“With the boat zipping along I made my way below. With no creaks, groans or moans it was like stepping into a library. It was also bright, which has a wonderful psychological impact on the crew when the going turns toug”

Sailing Magazine