Farr Yacht Design
Design #76 Farr 7500

January 1979

The commission for this design has come from 'Sea Nymph Boats' of Auckland, New Zealand (now McDell Marine), following the successful development of their 6000 and 5000 trailerable yachts (6m and 5m LOA) to our design.

The requirement was for a boat to cater for the 'luxury' style of trailerable sailing as well as to allow the small 'keel' boat owner to be able to avoid the hassles of mooring and enjoy the ability to sail and cruise in any waters with road access and launching facilities.

The large cockpit includes and outboard well, fuel and gear lockers, and all sail equipment controls are within easy reach. A small winch is mounted on the cabin top to starboard for headsail halyards. A 'poptop', sloping companionway with removable side panels, forward hatch and anchor well are incorporated in the deck design.

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