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RTC - 22

The RTC 22 is a brand new affordable British built revolution in trailer sailing. With a lifting bulb keel and a fractional performance rig she is equally capable on the race circuit or cruising with the family in coastal waters. She has 4 berths in her spacious cabin and when sailing you will always have a grin on your face. Her stunning lines drawn by Buckly Yacht design will leave any one who sees her afloat green with envy as you cream by much larger yachts.

Dimensions & Construction

Builder: Composite Manufacture & Design Limited
Designer: Jami Buckly (Buckly Yacht Design)

Length Overall………………………….. 6.81 m
Hull Length………………………………6.58 m
Length of waterline………………………6.56 m
Beam maximum………………………… 2.5 m
Draft keel down………………………… 1.5 m
Draft keel up……………………………. 0.51 m
Air draft………………………………… 10.6 m
Displacement (inc 2-3 crew)…………….1240 kg
Lightship displacement (trailer weight)…. 780 kg
Ballast 365 kg
Outboard Engine 5 hp ( 3.8 kW)
Fuel Capacity 12 litres
Water capacity 20 Litres
Maximum crew 6 Persons

Hull :
Multi-axial foam sandwich laminate with isopthalic resin onto a gel coat
for osmosis protection.
Deck :
Multi-axial laminate with isopthalic resin and PVC core for rigidity and
good thermal and sound insulation
Keel :
Lead bulb fixed to a steel fin with a isopthalic and multi axial laminate
around to form foil shape.// lifting keel into structural box inside the boat.
Rudder :
Built in mould with PVC foam Sandwich construction with isopthalic
resin system // rudders are retractable w/ sleeve system, leading under
deck connecting tiller with link rod.


Mainsail 16.1 sq.m
Jib 100 % 10.05 sq.m
Jib 110% 11.3 sq.m
Gennaker 50 sq.m
I 8.46 m
J 2.47 m
P 8.89 m
E 2.98 m

Fractional rig
Aluminium deck stepped mast
Aluminium single line reefing boom
Mast Step Fitting w/ blocks
Stainless steel standing rigging
2 x spreaders
Boom vang

Main halyard
Jib halyard
2 x genoa sheets
Main sheet
Outhaul for main
Spi halyard
2 mainsheet traveller car adjusting lines
Reefing line
2 x Gennaker Sheets

Jib (100%)

Engine & Electronics

Max Hp outboard will be 5hp (Not included in the price shown)

12 V circuit
12 V control panel
Anchor lights
Navigation lights
12 V plug on instrument panel
Cabin light
12 V AGM 65amp battery
230 V shore power connection
Shore power cable (15m)
Adapter for classic 230V socket

Manual Blige Pump
Fresh water foot pump
20 litre fresh water tank
Cockpit drainage


4 berths
Galley unit
Sink w/ tap
Bunk cushions
Hatch escape to deck
Custom cabin top windows

Additional Information/Inventory

To be installed at owners discretion or from extras list

D Stainless steel stem with roller
2 x Stainless steel pushpit
4 x stainless steel stanchions
4 x rows of sheated stainless steel lifelines
4 x mooring cleats
2 x stainless steel grab rails on coachroof
2 x winches on coachroof
2 x double clutches on coachroof
2 x genoa sheet tracks w/ Adjustable genoa cars
Main sheet traveller track
Mainsheet traveller car
Main sheet control blocks
2 x spinnaker blocks
Engine locker
2 x cockpit lockers
Tiller w/ extension
Forward hatch to interior (escape hatch)ECK

Bilge Pump
Fire Extinguisher

Builders/Designers Comments

The RTC-22 was inspired by the grass roots of the designers, sailing around Auckland bay in small yachts exploring the waters and coast.
It was from this that a specification of requirements was drawn up to design an affordable, trail-able yacht which could be used for long weekends by the people who have a passion for sailing but don’t want to spend major money for the running of a boat, and mooring fees. The interior has been made to be versatile and multi-functional, maximising on space within the interior and exterior are key focus with this project. The RTC-22 is a vessel which is not stuck to one genre of sailing, as it is good for fleet racing, sail training, single and double handed sailing, or just for cruising around the shores.
The RTC-22 is made up of a fractional rig with conventional sail plan for better control over rig trim.
There is a lifting keel with bulb attachment at the bottom, which makes lifting onto a trailer easy.
There are twin rudders which can also be lifted when not sailing. The deck plan is relatively simple with the mind set of easier sail handling; an optional extra is a 3D jib sheeting control.
The central locker holds the 5hp outboard engine which can be mounted on to the back of the vessel. There are also 2 cockpit lockers for storage of fenders etc. the anchor is stored in a forward locker in front of the crash bulkhead.
Within the interior there is space for 4 berths, 1 double berth forward which houses a portable toilet and storage under bunk, easily accessed by hinged bunk boards which open up. This can be sectioned off with a curtain for privacy. Moving aft there is a galley unit on the port side which has a built in sink linked to a fresh water supply. There is also space for a single burner camp stove which can be stored away when not in use. Adjacent to this on the starboard side is more locker space. Aft of this is the seating area which leads into the aft bunks (1 either side). In the centre the box houses the lifting
keel, which can have a small table mounted to it for dining purposes.
Construction of the boats is being done by Composite Manufacturing and Design Ltd. (CMDL) located on the south coast of England, the vessels will be constructed in composites, with foam buoyancy tanks built in through out to increase the damage stability and increase the safety factor of the RTC-22.

Brokers Comments

The RTC 22 Is a stunning looking trailer sailer and I cannot wait to get out on the water with her and put her through her passes. She ticks so many boxes that are not apparent on any British Built boat of this size at the moment and her price is competitive with her European counterparts which makes her an extremely attractive choice when comparing her to an Elan, Beneteau or Jeanneau.



Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:2015
Sales status:Delete
Length:6.81 m/22 ft
Width:2.5 m/8 ft
No. of cabins:1
No. of berths:4
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