BOB SADLER subsea engineer

cruising sailor

enthusiastic cook

hopeful fisherman 

Hull and Decks





All hand laminated fibreglass construction layers of mat and woven roving. The longitudinal stringers, engine bed and transverse floor bearers form the hull framing.

All main bulkheads and other structural panels are bonded to the hull where appropriate.

The engine bed has captive steel plate for the securing of engine mounts.

The keel is lead ballast of 4.6 tons. It is secured by acid-proof steel bolts with stainless steel internal backing plates.



Deck and superstructure are an one-piece moulding constructed entirely of hand laminated fibreglass.

All surfaces including wheelhouse roof have an anti-slip finish.

The self draining anchor well in the foredeck has top access hatches.


Four heavy duty bollards with adjacent fairleads are employed for safe mooring of the vessel.

All windows are of toughened safetyglass suspended in alloy frames.

The guard rail is made of solid teak, which is mounted on stainless steel stanchions. Boarding gates aft and starboard. All external teak wood parts in natural without any treatment. An intermediate line between aluminium toe rail and guard rail.

There is a "Florida" shower in the port aft part of the cockpit 


Line storage space under the step of the transom.


Seats in aft deck corners.





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