2 Main sails with 3 reefs, Headsail 1, Headsail 2, Headsail 3, Headsail 4, 1 spinnaker and a storm jib.
Original rigging with doubble forestay, 2 headsail halyards, 2 spinnaker pols, securing with 8 mm dynema on backstay adjustment and 2 different og radarreflectors.
Volvo Penta D1-20 with 30 l. fueltank og 2 x 10 + 1 x 20 l. jerry cans. Theoreticly this corresponds to about 46 hours or 230 nm. On the trip we bought further 4 x 5 gallons(18,9 liter) og 2 x 2 gallons(7,6 liter). Total capacity on return trip: 160 liter.
One 70 Ah engine startbattery and one 70 Ah consumption battery connected with diode.
Charging: Solara 30 W. solar panel, 105 A generator on engine and cable with electrical charger.
25 lbs (11,5 kg) CQR-anchor with 40 m 8 mm chain in bow, 10 kg Bruce-copy with leaded rope, 1 Danforth-type stern anchor with chain and rope, last a 15 kg fishermans anchor for rocks and stones.
Compass in cockpit, 2 handheld compasses, log, echo sounder, stationary og handheld Garmin GPS, binoculars, barometer, paper charts, leg divider and 2 triangles, log book.
Optimus gas stove with 2 burners and oven, 3-4 pcs. 3 kg campinggaz-bottles in ventilated gasbox and/or in the cockpit (Our gas-consumption for 3 persons was about 3 kg. for 3-4 weeks), sink (60 l. water tank in bow and 2 x 100 l under saloon berths) and ice box.
Fire extinguiser, 2x fire blankets, fist aid kit, Flares, double jackline from bow to stern, 2 inflatable life jackets with tethers, 2 tethers, 1 harness, 4 wistles, horseshoe lifebuoy with light, 2 bilgepumps with 1 set of spareparts, emergency plugs, wire cutter for the rig, eye terminal, extra stay, dynema halyard for emergency repairs of rigging, fog horn og warp. Handheld VHF, stationary DSC VHF and EPIRB GME MT 400, handheld satellite telephone and 4 pers. Plastimo Offshore liferaft. Lopolight navigation light and anchorlight with LED.
No fire arms are abord this yacht. We use common-sense and believe a stranger is a friend you have not met yet.
Reeds Nautical Almanac, Atlantic Crossing guide, Atlantic Islands, Reeds Caribean Almanac, Chris Doyle: Trinidad&Tobago, Windward Islands, Leeward Islands, Cuba Cruising Guide, Heavy Weather Sailing, yachting course book and sea International waterway regulations, boat electricity book, crew book, bird-, fish- og whale books, Atlas, travel books from Lonely Planet and Politiken, The old man and the sea, Jonathan Livingston Seagull and other good books.
Cd-player, tools, spareparts for almost every thing, varnish, glue etc., scuba equipment, plastimo inflatable dinghy with anchor (but no outboard engine), fishing gear, toilet, solar shower, leecloth for both berths in salon, Plastimo Navik windvane, auto pilot, Windscoop, awning.