Originally Posted by Palarran
That boat looks great. I've never seen a built in stern anchor
. The bracing ridge down the center may cause some drag but should be very good for clearance. It looks super solid. Where's the mast
Mast was to be fitted yesterday, but sent wrong parts
although correct order so will be delayed 2 weeks. Mast being centrally located has no spreaders and all composite chainplates. Don't think the wave breaker is an issue as some of the fastest racing
crowther's had center pods and it is structural to support the mid mounted mast and a drop for stern anchor chain. All heavy weight certrally located.
" Spent an hour with Nathan looking over that boat the other day. A very interesting design with a lot of very sensible ideas.
Wondered how long it would take for you to visit. I spent 2 hours aboad in middle of a hot sunny day in January and the airflow through the vessel was fantastic. I could not believe how cool it was. Apart from my dislike of this particular internal fitout I can't think of any changes I would make vessel wise. Water capture from both saloon
canopy, best shade potection I have seen. Can't wait to see how well she sails
. If anything like she motors will be exceptional.
By the way I am chartering a WRAY Seawind
1000 in Whitsundays in March to start my sailing learning