This `pocket-rocket` cruiser-racer boasts an enviable level of equipment and a roomy interior : a cruiser in a class of her own.
- FORWARD CABIN -
Double berth with 1.90m x 1.40m mattress.
Wood shelving units along hull sides.
Under berth stowage.
- SALOON -
2 single berths 2.20m x 0.60m with mattresses.
Cream coloured PVC Fr�gate upholstery.
Ilet fabric curtain with pole separating cabin from saloon.
Stowage under cockpit and berths.
The cockpit is equipped with:
2 locking wet lockers.
Manual bilge pump.
2 teak toerails on the cockpit benches.
Deadrise at Transom
- MOORING AND ANCHORING -
Aluminium bow fitting with stainless steel fairlead roller.
2 fairleads on the bow fitting.
2 aluminium bow mooring cleats.
2 aluminium stern mooring cleats.
Self-draining chain well.
- PULPITS AND GUARDRAILS -
The boat has a stainless steel pulpit with three supports to simplify anchor handling, and two stainless steel pushpits.
The deck is surrounded by a stainless steel guardrail supported by 4 stainless steel stanchions with flush anodised aluminium bases.
Port and starboard stowage.
Small varnished wood sole area.
Space for hob.
The hull is a single-skinned GRP laminate.
A structural inner moulding formed with
unidirectional materials is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points. This plays an important structural role by absorbing the loads and pressure
points (shroud chain-plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) throughout the structure, spreading these to reduce stresses on the hull. The surface material of the inner
moulding makes it easier to clean and provides a better finish.
Buoyancy foam sections are distributed within the hull structure.
The hull gel coat is grey in colour.