Fiberglass sandwich construction with closed cell foam using glass/aramid hybrid fiber and polyester resin laminate.
Dark blue, double, deck coaming stripes.
Teak deck overlay using optional 12mm teak instead of standard 9mm teak.
Removable teak foot rests for helmsman.
Teak toe rails.
Stainless steel stem head fitting with double anchor rollers.
Stainless steel bow and stern rails.
Seat in stern rail each side.
Gate in stern rail.
Stainless steel lifeline stanchions.
Double, 1 x 19, stainless steel stanchions.
Lifelines gates port and starboard.
Anchor locker forward with stainless steel bar for fender storage.
Cockpit lockers aft large enough for life raft stowage.
Lazarette lockers aft.
LPG tanks storage under helm seat.
White painted carbon fiber antenna post located aft starboard.
Antenna post has multiple arms for various antenna, outboard engine davit and lights pointed at the swim platform and cockpit.
Recessed Harken roller bearing halyard and reefing blocks.
All lines from the mast run under the deck.
Recessed, stainless steel, genoa sheet Harken tracks with Harken cars.
Harken mainsheet track and car.
2 x pair Wichard pad eyes.
Pop up mooring cleats forward, midships and aft.
1 x pair roller fairleads forward, 2 x pair aft each with open top.
Stainless steel hand rails on coachroof.
Flush composite Nautor made deck hatches.
Aluminum framed fixed ports.
7 x opening ports.
Cockpit table with adjustable height and bottle storage.
Cockpit cushions with backrests in forward cockpit
Cockpit cushions in aft cockpit.
Cushions over cockpit table when table lowered to seat height.
Sun shade from boom and fastened to lifelines.
Padded cover for forward cockpit table.
Cushions with backrests for stern rail seats.
2 x Harken, B74.3 STH hydraulic primary, recessed.
2 x Harken, #B70.2 STC secondary, recessed.
1 x Harken, #B70.2 STH hydraulic, mainsheet.
2 x Harken, #B46.2 STC mainsheet traveler.
Note: All halyards come through line stoppers to the secondary winches in the aft cockpit. There are no winches on the coachroof or around the forward cockpit allowing for much easier movement around the decks.