On the beach - Richard also made the rotating mast
Inflating the dinghy on the wind deck, flush float deck hatch just visible
Autohelm in command, curved traveller track clearly visible. Holes in traveller bridge provide forced ventilation into aft cabin, forward through the boat, and out via shell vents in anchor well sides in bow.
Looking aft - extra wide traveller and aft mast support visible - lines going forward are via tubes in deck
Built in outboard well - rope clutches on inboard side are for rudder up and down hauls
On the beach with outboard leg visible
Looking forward - Mainsheet traveller is made up from 2 four wheel cars bridged to travel on the curved track
Looking aft from float - fairings on aft beam and lower folding strut just visible
Blister style entry and dodger/sprayhood mount base is visible here. Drain from sliding hatch also visible below inboard line
Cockpit and fold-up table - which also is the main cabin table. Hinged cabin doors are recessed into bulkhead - so no loose washboards/slides
Taking it easy. Main is boomless, but can also roll up around lower batten
Beaucette Marina, Guernsey, near high water. Tidal range is 26 feet.