Added Hunter Kevlar Technology
TEKDEK Synthetic teak in cockpit (2016)
Large-volume hull in which the accommodation detail has been thoughtfully designed. The cockpit and handling systems are also highly developed and the rig is even a bit on the radical side.
Finely finished teak
Airco in rear cabin (230V)
Layout is modern conventional, with the owner’s cabin aft. The forward cabin has a vee-berth with shelving on the hull sides and two lockers (one shelved, one for hanging). The cabin door is a bi-fold, to limit space intrusion.
There’s room between the berths, with the door closed, to put on your pants while standing up. The door is louvred, as is an opening panel in the bulkhead, presumably so the host can pass the forward cabin occupants a cup of tea in bed.
The saloon table is on the starboard side and through it passes the mast compression post, which acts as a handhold. The navigation table is on the port side facing aft, so the navigator sits on the end of the settee, facing aft.
The bathroom is split – the dunny/shower room has its own door, which gives privacy from the vanity basin area, so you can clean your teeth while the old man is having a shower.
The galley is U-shaped, there’s a double sink, with in-fill and the worktop is Corian. You can order a conventional stove with oven, but Chris Szewczuk reckons many Aussies opt for a two-burner cook top, microwave and barbecue.
The master cabin, with access via the galley area, has a big double bed mounted transversely, a hanging locker and plenty of small stowage areas. There is plenty of headroom throughout.