A Bermudan sloop on aluminium alloy spars by Selden and badged as Kemp spars, fitted with a replacement Harken Mk IV roller reefing system on the for'stay. Lazy jacks and 'Stack-Pack' sail cover are fitted to assist in the gathering of the mainsail on the main boom.
The standing rigging was reported to have been replaced in winter 2007/8 (although no documentary evidence is held by the current owner) and the Harken MK IV roller reefing appears to date from this time too.
A telescopic spinnaker pole is stowed in deck stowage to port side of the for'deck.
The mast has been re-wired in 2018 and the original tri-colour and all round white masthead lights replaced with a modern LED unit by Aquasignal, while an LED replaces the filament bulb in the original, mast-mounted steaming light.
The main working sails have been replaced in recent years and the sail wardrobe comprises of:
Mainsail, with three slab reefs by Sanders Sails of Lymington,
Roller reefing Genoa by Sanders Sails of Lymington reported to be approx. 7 years old.
'Working'/heavy-weather Jib, beleived to be by Sanders Sails, but this is yet to be confirmed.
Conventional, symmetric spinnaker.