Bermudian cutter rig on painted, box section built Douglas fir mast stepped in a galvanized tabernacle on the coach-roof. The arms of the tabernacle extend over a meter up the sides of the mast to carry the 2 halyard winches. The boom goose neck fitting also carried on the tabernacle, not the mast, for extra strength.
Stainless steel 1 x 19 rigging with Stalock fittings. 3-point, double-tailed main sheet with centre block to a bronze horse on the transom and turning blocks on the side decks, tails to cleats on the aft deck accessible by the helmsman. Bronze mainsail track with easy slide cars, bronze spinnaker plot track.
Sails by Ghost Sails: Main: 348 sqm, Staysail 154 sqm, Working jib, 246 sqm. Mainsail Lazybag cover suspended from the lazy jacks makes furling the main very simple. Staysail and jib both on Harken roller furling gear. Pair of Anderson 45 self tailing winches on the cockpit coamings, new in 2005.
Navigation: Danforth Constellation Steering compass, Data Marine Sounder, Standard Horizon trough hull log, Standard Horizon dual station VHF DSC, Raytheon RL9 radar, Raymarine ST4000 auto-pilotworking thought the Monitor Wind Vane, Monitor Wind Vane auto-pilot, Garmin GP 120GPS, Standard Horizon CP 3000 chart plotter, Navtex Pro Plus weather station.
80 watt solar panel, sterling battery charger with 4-step power regulator.
Imported into the EC and exempt from VAT under Transfer of Residence Relief.