large, comfortable living room with separate salon bunk, dining table, corner seat (suitable as
another guest bed) and chart table in desk format. All with storages spaces under or behind them.
In the starboard hull the owner's cabin with double bed, "hanging locker", clothing compartments
other storage and shelving as well as bath and toilet.
In the port hull the large galley with gas stove, fridge, freezer, etc., a studio work station and the
cabin with berth in the forepeak.
Special foam mattresses adapt to body shape.
Easy care laminate soles throughout with teak trim and teak grating where purposeful.
Sufficient storage space, backboxes, sail-locker, anchor box and separate sit-in engine
compartments make this cat really spacious.
Length and beam: 11.9m x 6m
Draft: 1.15m; sloping Fin keels provide good sailing behavior with little leeway, also allow for beaching
and help divert fishing nets from the rudders
Displacement: 8950lbs unloaded, 13400lbs fully loaded; Weight: 4500.00 kg
Hull: The underwater section is made from fiberglass with integral low aspect ratio keel with special
osmosis-resistant isopthalic resin. Above the waterline 10 mm high density marine plywood
covered with fiberglass and epoxy. Quality antifouling by Hempel (2018 in Darwin) and another
coat in December 2019.
Topsides and Upperworks: Bridge deck, deck and roof are built from epoxy covered sandwich,
balsawood or foam: the advantage is a reasonable weight reduction and fantastic insulation. Main
beams are epoxy glued red cedar/plywood construction. Inside/outside 2component PU paint.
Foam filled crashbox front and aft. coach roof / deck structure: sandwich construction with a
core of balsa wood -> excellent climate below deck, pleasant interior temperature even in the
tropics. (we never used the 12V-ventilators that we carried along; elegant deck layout, toes
friendly stepless foredeck)
Deck equipment: 1000W electric windlass Goiot
200 ft of 8mm stainless steel chain with a 45 lbs Buegelanker, (similar to a Rocna)
Delta 25 stored at the ready position, and an FX 23 Fortress anchor, 300ft anchor rode
Life sling rescue system
Class B EPIRB (121.5 + 243MHz)
Navigation lights and day markers
8 large cleats and 2 medium size cleats
Mast & rigging: Z Spar masthead 14m above deck level; all shrouds changed in 2017
Running rigging can be handled from the cockpit, for safe and easy single-handing.
The double mainsheet is also amazingly easy to handle in a stable and controlled manner.
Single-line reef system for mainsail, 3 reefs
Profurl furling system for foresail (grooves for 2 sails) and self-turning system
furler for gennaker, is driven on mobile bowsprit, self-tacking genoa
various reserve lines
Sails: mainsail 40m2 (2017)
Genoa 20m2 (2017)
2. Genoa 20m2 as a passat or reserve sail
gennaker ca 70m2
storm sail ( never used )
Fredrikson sail cars
Engines: 2 x 24 HP (20 kW) Yanmar engines 3GM30F with many new parts (autumn 2019)
with SD20 saildrives with new seals and small bearings (December 2019) and folding propellers
New alternator and starter on starboard engine
New water lock, hoses and water pump pulley on port side
New battery combiner
Various new engine wiring
New fuel pump for day tank
spare filters, belts and impeller
Mercury 6 HP 4-stroke-outboard (2017) (overhauled in November 2019) with external fuel tank
Electrical: 220V AC electrical system with cords and adaptors
2 starter batteries (2016 and 2018) and 1 added in November 2019
2 separate AGM battery banks as a house provider (2017) and backup
6 solar panels a 66.2 Wp
NASA battery monitor
WAECO sine wave converter (new 2017)
Sterling battery charger for shore power 230V
Generator (second hand, not used)
Electronics: complete electronics by Raymarine, newly installed 2017 including new wiring
Chart Plotter for navigation Raymarine new (2017):
Navionics-Seachart (updated 2019, updates available until 2023)
AIS Transponder active+passive, Raymarine new (2017)
Autopilot Raymarine new (2017)
Trilog Raymarine new, featuring 2 displays at starboard and repeater port side of cockpit (2017)
Chart Plotter Standard Horizon ( backup )
Autopilot display ( backup )
GPS Garmin ( backup )
Weather station Barigo
VHF Standard Horizon
Dual Marine Receiver and CD-Player, interior and exterior speakers
Target SSB Receiver
3 separate Antenna ( VHF, AIS ), new antenna bracket
EPIRB Ocean Signal
Cockpit: fixed Bimini top provides a shady teak cockpit
turnable and removable teak table in the cockpit
Teak was refurbished (November 2019)
2x Plastimo compasses in the cockpit ( port / starboard )
Lewmar 40 winches and handles
2 swimming ladders