The New Southerly 42RST is a 'twin wheeled' version of the Southerly 42RS with deck layout by Stephen Jones. It can be easily sailed by two people and boasts an impressive sail plan with tall fractional rig, swept back double spreaders, large mainsail with single line reefing and a self tacking furling jib. The aft cockpit offers comfortable seating around twin helm stations. The mainsheet track is located on the pilot house coachroof with control lines fed back to both helm stations, allowing the yacht to be easily managed. The steering is direct with minimum backlash with semi-balanced twin rudders to give instantly responsive steering and precise directional stability. The forward part of the cockpit is wide with generous seating for socialising. A teak cockpit table offers dinette facilities, whilst also providing a foot brace when the yacht is heeled. The spacious aft cabin boasts a large centreline double berth with seating both sides, plentiful stowage and ensuite facilities. The large raised saloon seating area provides a social point for owners and guests, permitting comfortable dining for eight, whilst at anchor or moored, and taking full advantage of the all-round views from the pilot house windows. The linear galley has good large work surfaces with lots of storage, a stainless steel fridge, freezer and fully gimballed cooker with grill and oven as standard. The large forward cabin can be built with either v berths or a centreline double and also enjoys ensuite facilities including a separate show. The highly developed Swing Keel design gives the freedom and versatility to sail in almost any waters.
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Forma del casco: Monocasco