under construction



  • Large roach full batten main

    • Lazy jacks 

      • Can be pulled forward out of the way when raising and using sails

    • Sail drops easily on boom

  • Fractional 75% jib 

    • jib sized at 115%

  • Asymmetrical reaching sail 

  • Removable Headsail Furler 

  • Unstayed fixed round mast

    • Composite Engineering Inc. , Ted Van Dusen

    • aluminum sail track is glued and screwed to mast over a fiberglass insulating strip

    • Static Dissipater (See Electrical Fixtures) is mounted on head of mast

    • mast rake can be adjusted by resetting spartite at partners and base

  • Lines from mast lead back to cockpit with minimum turns so they run freely



  • A dodger can be easily raised or lowered in 15 seconds.

  •  There are open cubbies  which are used as doraids for ventilation in the engine room and aft cabin.

  • Bridge Deck

    • Wide & clear enough to lay down on under dodger

    • Storage underneath

      • life raft

      • SCUBA tanks

  • Cockpit speakers jacks 

  • VHF remote mike

  • Bimini (under construction) can be easily mounted and removed

  • Fuel fill location on sole to contain any spills or drips.

The Radar mast has the wind transducer, deck light, anchor light, and a lifting tackle that can be used by a small person to lift someone back into the boat.  It can also be used for supporting the dingy and mounting the outboard.


  • Has access to the steering linkage

  • Wabasto diesel boiler

  • Bags for storing life jackets, dock lines & short utility lines

  • Spare anchor & rode

  • backup toilet solids holding tank

  • Dingy

  • 12v outlet

Propane Locker

  • Has room for spare portable canister

Fuel Locker

  • 4 gerry cans, 1 water, 1 gasoline, 2 diesel

  • 3 gallon outboard motor tank

  • Outboard motor

  • Compass

    • Electronic compass

    • Liquid filled compass can be mounted in companionway and stored on forward bulkhead



  • Primary anchor

    • Spade Anchor  A-100 19#  $612 or A-140  33#  $880

    • 40' of 5/16" HT  chain 54#  

    • 300' of 1/2" nylon 35#

  • Secondary Anchor

    • Fortress Anchor

    • Net bag holding 20' of 5/16" HT  chain 22#  & 300' of 1/2" nylon 35#

    • Kept in lazaret held on stbrd side with rope through pully & cleated

  • Bow roller to hold 1 anchor

    • Extensions so rode doesn't pop out when pulling from the side

    • Line to cleat to secure anchor when on board

    • Secure locks for anchors in bow rollers

  • Anchor Windlass

    • controls inside anchor locker

  • Anchor Locker

    • Chain forward

    • Chain drops far enough into a dedicated container so chain doesn't pile up and jam coming in or going out

    • Rope stores beside chain

    • Sail storage aft of anchor rode

      • Net with clips and shock cord holds sail up out of the way of the anchor, and off the rode and bottom of anchor locker.

    • Anchor/Sail locker bottom filled with foam and sealed to above water line

      • drain with hood above water line

  • Raw water wash down system 

    • Pump in anchor locker

    • intake hose is draped over the side

    • short hose with sprayer

  • Cleats in line with toe rail

  • Ventilation through anchor locker to forward cabin to provide lots of ventilation

    • Can be open in heavy rain at anchor

    • Must be closed when underway



Modified December 08, 2005