|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|No. of previous owners:||unknown|
|Length:||7 m/23 ft|
|Width:||2.26 m/7 ft|
|Draft:||1.24 m/4 ft|
|No. of cabins:||2|
|No. of crewcabins:||1|
|No. of berths:||4|
If you are looking for a small, safe and robust little cruiser, that is easy to sail single handed, with good seagoing capabilities, then this little boat could be the one for you.
Designed by Ian Anderson and built by Hurley Marine in Plymouth in the mid 70's, she has been constructed in heavily laid up grp, and has never suffered any form of osmosis.
She has a fin keel, which gives her a better sailing performance than her bilge keel contemporaries. Interestingly, the keel combination was made up by bolting the modular keel mould into place which provides the moulded bulb keel shape without the need for keel bolts that provide so much trouble and anxiety for owners of so many other makes.
Substantial pushpit and pulpit.
Advantage of having a high aspect mainsail is that boom does not encroach into cockpit making her safe for children and novices
Excellent family boat deep safe cockpit, plenty of space down below. Easily sailed by one person
LOA: 24'1" 7.34m
LWL: 17'6" 5.34 m
Beam: 7'5" 2.26m
Draft fin keel: 4'1" 1.24m
Displacement: 4200kg 1905lbs
Main sail, Cruising chute, spinnaker, spinnaker pole, no 1 jib, no 2 jib, storm jib (all hank on)
2 cabins, 4 berths
Sink, 2 burner hob and grill. Vhf radio, 2 new batteries, gas bottle