Draft 1.5m or 1,90m
Sail area (main + 100% fore triangle) 49.8sq.m
1730kg deep keel
1960kg shallow keel
Down below, the layout is based on a feature found in most of Dudley Dix designs, the midship engine. It gives excellent access for maintenance, places the heavy weight at the optimum position to reduce pitching and allows a flatter after underbody because the weight is not having to be supported as far aft. It also allows a good seagoing U-shape galley to be built around the engine, with centreline sinks.
The saloon settees are integral water tanks and the saloon table is a box in two sections. The lower is an epoxy coated plywood fuel tank and the upper is a storage compartment.
The separation between sleeping cabins makes her well suited to small family or two-couple cruising, with the settees serving as alternate berths for bad weather. The aft heads position is prefered by most women. The lazarette is large and has compartments for liferaft, gas and batteries.