Additional Boat Details
Entering the main cabin, the head with shower is located to port and the galley to starboard. Aft of the galley (beneath the cockpit) the aft cabin is accessed via door to the sitting/changing area and double berth athwart-ship
Forward of the head is the nav station and settee/berth with storage compartments behind and above cushions. Power converter is mounted below the nav station. The holding tank is also below this berth. Forward of the galley is a similar seating/berthing area (slightly larger than port side) which has a dedicated compartments for the primary "house" water supply tank as well as the 2 12v house batteries. Batteries are wired so they too can be used to start the motor if needed. There is an auxillary fresh water tank (50g?) aft of the aft cabin.
Entering the V-berth via the forward bulkhead, cabinets and hanging locker are to port and starboard and additional storage is below the berth.
Galley includes a double deep basin sink with running hot and cold water. Thru hull and water shut offs are below the sink area with storage drawers for galley supplies. To the right of the sink is a deep refrigerator/freezer and to the immediate right on the starboard beam is the 2 burner gas stove with oven. Storage space is above the stove/refrigerator area.
Furono radar; Standard Horizon VHF and chartplotter; Datamarine depth and wind direction/speed meter.
3 12v deep cycle marine batteries (new 2017); one is dedicated for starting while other two are house batteries though they are wired to replace the function of the other if needed. New (2013) power converter is mounted below the nav station. Boat is wired for both AC & DC.
30* CQR with over 200' of chain and 3 ply rode on anchor roller and managed with a Maxwell Windlass and control switches at the anchor locker. 22* Danforth style lunch hook mounted at the cockpit rail. Cruising spinnaker in sock and with pole, as well as a storm jib (mounted on baby stay) augment the suit of sails (main and 130% genoa with sunshield and new sheets.
Boat is in the water and in sail-away condition. Lots of upgrades in recent years including new 130 headsail and main with minimal wear since. Bimini with storm enclosure, chartplotter, two anchors, (cabin heater available), spinnaker in sock with pole, and the list can go on and on. Well maintained and getting less use than she deserves.