General: Layout common to Cape George, except there is no forward vee berth. Instead, there is sail & line storage forward, a head on the center line, a workbench port with a sink and hanging locker starboard. Waste tank (18-20 gals) is above the water line to port. Hanging line storage port and starboard – no piles of lines.
Tankage consists of about 55 gals diesel and 160 gals water in 3 tanks, all built in of fiberglass centered above the keel and below cabin sole. Fuel consumption about 2 qts/hr @ 1800 RPM.
Bulkheads glassed to the hull and are sound.
Berths: consists of a single to starboard, a single with pull out extension to port and two quarter berths.
Galley: 3 burner stove & oven with a double 8” deep sink and storage starboard with large fridge and freezer port that doubles as a chart table and communications center.
Engine access reasonable with sound insulated doors in cabin and large Bomar aluminum hatch in cockpit sole for access to back side of engine and drive train, hot water tank, etc.
Tower added by prior owner to accommodate 4 solar panels, radar, antennas and wind generator (not functional).
Monitor windvane installed by prior owner and works fine. There are two autopilots, one operates through the Monitor and the other is a heavy duty tiller pilot. Monitor vane and Pelegic autopilots are produced by Scanmar Marine.
Exposed teak trim and cap rail was badly weather. This was faired and varnished. Looks good but also protects the wood.
Cabin sheathed in fiberglass and painted. Ports are bronze. Cabin structure sound and tight.
Skylight varnished teak and tight. Opens like a hatch, either forward or aft.