LENGTH BETWEEN PERP’S 36’
BEAM 10’ 11”
DRAFT 1’ 8”/4’ 7”
DISPLACEMENT 9,500 lbs
BALLAST 3,483 lbs: 2,000 lbs lead foil laminated in keel; 250 lbs trim; 633 lbs water; 600 lbs fuel
WATER 75 gallons
FUEL 80 gallons
RIG Gaff-rigged Cat Schooner
TYPE New Jersey Sea Bright Skiff. Suitable for sailing in coastal and offshore conditions. This model is designed with watertight floatation compartments and accommodations for four with a galley and head. The type has an excellent record as a lifesaving vessel, and can be used as an island-hopper, coastal cruiser, and ocean voyager. This vessel is an excellent candidate for long passages single-handed.
CONSTRUCTION Marine plywood covered with epoxy-saturated Xynole-polyester fabric. The hull is frameless, being built over bulkheads. Options for planking include chine log and stitch-and-glue (Plans are drawn for stitch-and-glue). Skill-level required for construction is moderate.
OPTIONS An inboard diesel (2 cyl Yanmar 2YM15) may be installed under the forward end of the cockpit well as shown. An outboard in a well is also possible for this model. Permanent ballast consists of lead foil laminated inside the keel bottom on both sides of the CB trunk covered with ¼” teak & holly plywood. Standing headroom is 5’ 10”. Additional rigs are available on a custom-design basis.