Builders of cruising yachts. Known for unusual convertible accommodations.
Horner reviews the thinking behind this design, its several versions, its construction methods, and its history, including pricing history. He identifies design or construction problems that have been found in older boats. Comments include: ". . . a stylish, solidly constructed boat that is very well suited for a cruising couple "
Perry comments on the hydrostatics, exterior, interior, and systems of this boat and gives his opinion of its looks and appropriateness for cruising: "The low-aspect-ratio fin keel and unbalanced barn door-styled rudder don't hint at much performance, but sailing fast is not what this design is about."