Designed to fit into a standard monohull marina berth, this design is relatively compact. The accommodation is set up for a couple with two kids and is relatively spacious internally with an open plan layout.
Interior Upon entering the main cabin the good sized L-shaped galley is positioned to Starboard along the aft bulkhead. Opposite this on the Port side and forward of the steps into the Port hull is a large L-shaped dinette. These two areas work in together well and are convenient for catering. The double bunk is on the Starboard side forward of the steps leading into this hull. Access to this bunk can be either from the main cabin or from the hull. In this hull aft is a separate head.The Port hull has a single berth forward and a quarter berth aft below the cockpit.
There is another internal layout which has a king sized double in the main cabin and a large fridge in the aft end of the Starboard hull. In the Port hull there is a full sized pantry aft with a separated head and shower forward.
Cockpit The cockpit has a central steering position but also has the option of twin steering. The central steering works well for this design because of the power-sailer concept. The open plan cockpit layout lends itself to recreational use with easy access to the water via the aft steps.
There are also a couple of different options in relation to the shadetop over the cockpit, one option is an extension of the cabintop and the other option is a separate shadetop which is raised above the level of the cabin.
The raised shadetop works particularly well combined with the central steering position. The cabin/shade top provides a large surface for mounting solar panels or other accessories.
Foredeck The foredeck is spacious enough for spreading out on the trampolines for sun baking with the anchor locker behind.
The rig design has been kept compact and easily managed. The sailing performance will still be good given the efficient fine entry hulls.