Basic Specifications

Factory Finished #511- Built: November 1975

LOD 32'

LWL 27'-6"

LOA 41'-6”

Draft 5'-0"

Displacement 19,500 lbs.

Beam 11'- 0"

Ballast 7,000 lbs.

Sail Area: 663Sq. Ft.

Cutter Rig

Yanmar 3GM30

HP: 27

Fuel Type: Diesel

Fuel Capacity:
70 gallons

Water Tank(S):
60 gallons


Forward cabin with vee berth, storage lockers and large deck hatch. Head compartment just aft to port, equipped with composting toilet, sink, manual water, mirror and storage drawers. A large hanging locker and storage drawers are opposite the head to starboard.

The main cabin is furnished with a single settee and pilot berth to starboard. To port there is a settee with fold-down bulkhead mounted table with storage shelves outboard. The galley is at the base of the companionway ladder to port with the standup navigation area opposite to starboard.

10 bronze opening ports and a large deck hatch provide adequate natural light and ventilation.


U-shaped counter top, stainless steel sink with manual water, 2-burner non-pressurized alcohol stove and large top loading icebox. Multiple storage cupboards complete the galley.


Auxiliary 27 hp. Yanmar 3GM30 diesel engine with sea strainer and dual Racor fuel filters with electric fuel transfer/priming pump. This engine has approximately 1700 hours running time.


12 volt DC system with 4ea 6 volt batteries and (1) GRP 27 12 volt engine cranking battery. 21-switch breaker panel. Charging systems include the 55 amp engine alternator, Air-X Marine wind generator, and 140 Watts of solar panels.



Cutter with deck stepped aluminum mast and stainless steel standing rigging. All standing rigging is 9/32” and was installed new in 99 including a new bobstay and new lifelines. All sails are hanked-on. Bow sprit, boom gallows, genoa tracks with adjustable cars and Barlow winches. Tiller steering. Sails include Mail, Staysail, Yankee Jib, and 130% genoa


Solid fiberglass hull with large rudder mounted on trailing edge of full keel, propeller aperture and encapsulated internal ballast. Fiberglass decks with molded gunwales and teak caprails. Bow fitted with a classic bow sprit, double anchor roller and electric Sea Tiger windlass. Stainless steel bow pulpit , stanchions and double lifelines. Wide side decks lead aft to the open cockpit which features a hefty tiller and spacious storage locker. The cockpit sole is made of heavy fiberglass and is removable providing excellent access to the engine compartment.