The perfect balance of performance and comfort
for the ultimate in passagemaking safety.
Experienced sailors know the added safety that comes with good sailing
performance. The ability to sail off a lee shore, shorten a passage to
within the available weather window, or safely maneuver through seas are
critical safety concerns that should not be overlooked.
Equally important is having the comfort required to avoid fatigue when heading offshore.
A dry and comfortable cockpit, good visibility, and a forgiving motion
are essential for a safe and enjoyable passage.
"When running before 50 knots and BIG seas
we were thankful to be in a boat that tracked beautifully but
could also be maneuvered through the waves when needed. The boat is
forgiving, comfortable, safe, and fun to sail."
Larry Garber, TRADITION
Solid 100% hand-laid fiberglass hull: still the preferred choice of serious cruisers
Lines by renowned racing yacht designer: weather beating performance and superior handling
Moderate displacement: dampened motion and offshore
High Righting Moment: upwind performance
Large tanks centered over the keel: 200 gallons water, 190 gallons fuel
Long fin keel molded with the hull: no keel bolts, deep bilge sump
Semi-raised salon: airy, family room style interior
Large, deep, and narrow cockpit: comfort and offshore safety
Short companionway: safe movement to and from the cabin
Watertight bulkhead 7 feet from bow: collision safety
Double Headstay Rig: BOC inspired for safety, performance, and versatility
Large Foredeck sail/stowage locker: keep wet gear away from living spaces
Dedicated liferaft locker: easy deployment, out of the way, off the deck
Large stowage capacity: All gear stowed safely in its place
Ventilation:4 large dorades, solar vent, 10 opening ports, 8 deck hatches