The navigation lights consist of a pair of port and starboard lights, mast head steaming light, stern light and all round anchor light.
There is adequate lighting for the interior of the boat, including an engine room light. A courtesy light is fitted on the sundeck + deck light.
The maximum speeds given are only approximate and are based on the boat having two thirds full water and fuel tanks, five crew and a clean bottom.
With standard TMD 31's 15 knots,Twin Volvo TAMD 31's 20 knots Twin Volvo TMD 41's 23 Knots
A quiet, powerful pressure system used is in conjunction with a
A strong fibreglass hull moulded under Lloyds approved conditions. Designed to give a comfortable planing
performance. The forward sections have spray deflectors to give a dry running boat. A stout keel gives both protection to the stern gear and good handling at all speeds.Superstructure
A sophisticated one piece moulding incorporating stanchion bases, toe rails, ventilator bases, gas bottle storage and sundeck seating. Constructed with a balsa core for strength and insulation the superstructure is both bolted and bonded to the hull for greater strength.
Two 80 gallon (360 litres) stainless steel fuel tanks are situated in the centre of the boat at the aft end of the engine room.
One 80 gallon (360 litres) stainless steel water tank is situated aft and filled from the aft deck.
Batteries (12 volt system)
Three sets of batteries are provided. One 12 volt for starting each engine and a separate set for the domestic supply which cannot drain the starting batteries. Both engines are used to charge the batteries through diode splitters. Each engine has a 50 amp brushless alternator.gas water heater to provide hot and cold water to both toilet compartments and the galley
Heavily constructed 'P' brackets are provided with 1½" dia. stainless steel propeller shafts driving three bladed
propellers. Twin rudders of stout construction are-incorporated.
A well proved hydraulic steering system gives positive handling at all speeds at both steering positions.
In the interests of safety each outlet below the waterline has a seacock.
The windows are high quality marine windows set in sea water resistant anodised frames. The glass is specially toughened.
Each cabin and toilet has an opening window and there are large sliders in the deck saloon. The exterior windscreen is designed to fold for passing under bridges or road transport.
A gas system is incorporated to provide a supply to the cooker and water heater. The cylinders are stored in a separate container on the aft deck which is drained over board.
A full set for each engine is situated in the inside steering consul and the tachometers are repeated at the outside position . Warning alarms are provided for each engine oil pressure and water temperatures. The engines can also be started and stopped at both steering positions.
There are separate gauges for each fuel tank and also the water tank.
The gear and throttle controls are the well proven Morse type.