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The cockpit has benches port and starboard with lazarette storage under each bench. The hem is aft centre in front of the transom with wheel steering.
A 22″ Enkee winch and a 28″ Barlow winch are portside and starboard. There are also…
The enclosed cabin in the bow features a double berth portside, a sink and locker starboard. There is ample storage drawers, light and ventilation.
The salon is midship, with a settee portside that pulls out to form a double birth and a settee starboard that doubles as a single berth. A fold-down fold-out table is attached to the forward bulkhead. Starboard on the bulkhead is a Dickinson Newport diesel heater. Ample storage compartments and teak accents and sole make for a cozy space.
Aft starboard is a fully function nav station with chart table and swing out stool followed by the head.
Aft portside is a U shaped galley with large stainless steel sink, propane stove and oven and and ice chest. Once again ample storage. Center aft are steps leading to the cockpit.
Anchor: 10 KG Bruce and one 35 lb. Danforth with 250′ of 1/4″ chain.
Guard Rails: 1″ Stainless Steel pulpit and pushpit. Stainless Steel stanchions with two rows of covered wire line.
Standing Rigging: Harken Roller Furling. One run of 3/8″ stainless with swaged ends and locked screw adjuster. One run of 5/16″ stainless with swaged ends and locked screw adjuster. Back stay fitted with hydraulic adjuster. Stainless steel kicker at boom screw adjustable.
Running Rigging: 3/8″ & 1/2″ Dacron.
Aluminum mast, rounded chine, swept & raked transom.
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