Farr Yacht Design
 
Design #121 Farr 1020

1982

In designing the FARR 1020 Farr Yacht Design has ignored the requirements of the IOR rule and as a result has produce a boat which has better handling characteristics, has more useable room down below and will be significantly faster in all conditions than similar sized IOR yachts.

Farr's experience with designing ocean racing yachts and cruising versions of these is born out in the interior layout which maximizes the use of available space. There is a spacious double quarter berth aft and twin or double berths in a private forward cabin. The side saloon can convert to a double if required and there is also a single settee berth in the saloon. The galley is spacious and there is ample storage for extended cruising. A large cockpit locker caters for storage of a complete inventory of sails together with many other items one wishes to take on a cruise. As well the FARR 1020 features a large cockpit for racing and cruising and a transom incorporating a moulded in

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