Ready for sail year of built 2012!!!
She reveals an innovative deck plan that makes sailing easy. She is a fast, seaworthy sailboat, simple to use deck (with single-handed sailing potential) and a high-quality interior. She features 3 double cabins and 1 bunk beds with 2 heads. Her saloon table is converted to bed and can accommodate up to 10 pax. Highlight of her inventory is the bow-thuster.
Bimini top, Electric anchor winch, Cockpit cushion, Dinghy, Gangway, Bathing ladder, Bathing platform, Sprayhood, Outboard engine, Solar panel,
Cockpit shower, Teak cockpit
Wire cutter, Life jackets, Bossun Chair, Buoys with floating light, Lead Lines, Fire extinguishers, Set of NCQ flags, Emergency tiller, Safety belts, First
Aid Manual Book, Spare anchor with chain, Repair kit, Life raft, Flares kit, First aid kit, Spare parts box, Black Ball, EPIRB, Fog horn, Floating light
USB player, VHF, Radio, Cockpit speakers, CD MP3
Refrigerator, Gas stove, Holding tank, Freezer, Microwave, Convertible saloon table, Pillows and blankets
Furling Genoa, Furling main sail
220V Shore power connection, Battery charger, Water heater, Bow thuster
Distress Mirror, Compass, GPS Plotter, Divider, Depth Sounder, Handbearing Compass, Wind Instruments, Auto Pilot, Navigation Ruller, IMRAY
Charts (18), Speedometer, Greek Water Pilot, Lightouse Book
The layout is fairly conventional, with twin double cabins aft and V-berth and two offset single berths in the bow. The saloon is spacious and comfortable, with a table and wraparound settee to starboard.The salon table folds up and drops down flush with the settee to form a double berth.
L-shaped galley to starboard of the companionway. The “L” is oriented so that it is easy to pass drinks and goodies either to the dining area forward or up the companionway—an important consideration when living afloat. It is also close enough to the companionway to give you something to brace yourself against when cooking in rough weather.