This is a fi ne, traditional, long-keeled, 32ft motor-sailer drawn by Alan F Hill for Prior & Son. Launched in the late 1960s, she was exceptionally well built and appointed, with a heavy teak interior to a GRP hull. She had a central cockpit under an open wheelhouse with three double cabins. The standard inventory included refrigeration and hot water. A variety of rigs were offered, although most were bermudian ketches with enough area to give reasonable reaching performance. Windward work is best achieved with a bit of assistance from the 50hp engine. A Mk2 version was launched in 1975 which had less woodwork, more internal mouldings and a signifi cantly lower price tag. She remained in production for nearly 20 years.
LOA 9.98m (32ft 9in), LWL 8.67m (28ft 5in), beam 3.1m (10ft 2in), draught 1.22m (4ft),
displacement 8,130kg (17,920lb). Price guide: £19,000 to £25,000.