This yacht was developed as a fast day/weekend cruiser to be sailed by the family, but with the ability to be raced in coastal races with a full crew. The deck layout reflects this with major sail controls located within easy distance of the helm position and grinder pedestals providing plenty of centralised horsepower for sheeting. An electric winch is provided for hoisting the mainsail. A retractable bow prod allows easy downwind sailing with asymmetric spinnakers. The hydraulic lifting keel, anchor capstan and all engine controls are operated from the helm position. The carbon rig is built with similar dimensions to a Volvo 60 race and its structure has been engineered by High Modulus (NZ) Ltd. in excess of the requirements of the American Bureau of Shipping Guide for Building. So whilst the design brief called for a daysailer this yacht is fully offshore capable. Designed to turn heads wherever she sails, a 4.5m retractable prod and enormous asymmetric kites provide some awesome downwind thrills!
One owner -No longer racing, but only used for family entertaining, the yacht has been little exploited and presents perfect
Thanks to the lifting keel she is easy to moor and has the ability to enter any port and well-sheltered bays. The interiors are comfortable and have good usability.