Farr Yacht Design
 
Design #103 - 34'6" (10.5m) Lift Keel Day Racing Sloop

From our 1982 catalogue

The design concept for this boat was to produce a yacht that was economical to build, safe and fast, with shoal draft mooring and cruising capabilities and be able to be very easily sailed shorthanded.

As the intended use of the yacht was day sailing and racing, and also shorthanded cruising, the internal arrangement was kept to the minimum requirements for two people to be comfortable. Two large settee berths are provided with tankage under and lockers behind. A medium sized serviceable galley is situated forward to one side of the centercase, and the chart table is on the opposite side.

The lifting keel provides endless scope for shoal draft cruising and mooring. All ballast is in the keel which takes the form of a highly efficient blade with streamlined bulb on the bottom. This

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