Designed by Halsey Herreshoff, she’s stoutly-built and stiff under sail (even in a breeze. She’s a trailerable family cruiser with a swing keel (self-righting) and kick-up rudder. Her mast is deck stepped and hinged. The companionway is large for easy access into a cabin with five 6’3” berths. The dinette converts into a double if needed. She’s very open down below. The self-bailing cockpit has sail lockers & self-draining fuel locker aft. There is a galley that pulls out and stows away when not in use. A slotted aluminum toe rail is a handy place to tie off fenders and it keeps your feet on deck.