In the late 19805, Pedrick Yacht Designs
produced this up-to-the-minute fast
cruising hull and topped itwith an unstayed
mast, fully battened main,and jib. The
forestaywas untensioned. The jib luff
was supported by a sprung-steel batten.
The six berth accommodation was
largely conventional but well put
together and finished. She was fast
and, with herself-tacking jib, as easy
to sail as her predecessor.
Unfortunately she was also
expensive and, by the time of her
introduction, the gloss had gone
off the unstayed rig principle.
LOA 35ft4in (1 0.7m) LWL 29fl
1Oin (9.1 m) beam 12ft(3.6m)
draught 6ft6in (1.9m)
(6,485kg) Price guide: £60,000