Sparkman & Stephens designed this elegant centreboard cruiser for wooden construction in the 1960s, but she appeared over here built in GRP in the Channel Islands in the early 1970s. She is a stiff and capable shoal-draught yacht, though the helm becomes unbalanced if she is overpressed and the offset prop makes handling under power hard work. She has a six-berth layout typical of the time, including three bunks in the saloon. Well built and sold with a good inventory, she was popular in her day and is still sought after in her natural habitat, on the East Coast.
LOA 10.16m (33ft 4in), LWL 7.31m (24ft), beam 3.14m (10ft 4in), draught 1.08m-2m
(3ft 7in-6ft 7in), displacement 6,136kg (13,500lb). Price guide: £14,000 to £20,000. YM Test Report August 1970.