incorporates the talents of designer Ron Holland and the engineering and construction methods of Ericson Yachts. Providing for both the racer and cruiser, you will find performance and comfort. Accomplishing this, the team created a construction system that combines hull lightness with rock-like rigidity and brutal strength, labeled Tri-axial Force Grid (TAFG).
Not only does the TAFG distribute mast-induced loads, it prevents hull torquing so all the nice wood outfitting within the boat function in a seaway, stabilizes the engine and lessens the vibration, and fully supports the keel.
Her decks and cockpit are clear, ample and uncluttered allowing for safe and sure footed movement.
There were 32 hulls built between 1981 and 1984, Dorian Rae is hull #31.
The 3rd owners have kept her in nice condition and continue to improve on her looks and appeal. She has current Coast Guard Documentation.
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About Ed Kurowski : I have worked in the yacht sales industry for 35 years and have handled national and international transactions for new builds, imports, new and brokerage vessels while leading an award winning sales and service team. My years and experiences have provided me with a solid background in negotiations, customer service, technical advice, outfitting solutions, financial recommendations and insurance referrals with a life long commitment to my customers.
My enthusiasm for yachting aboard quality cruising boats and logging over 40,000 sea miles translates into an approach that will help you select and equip your boat for comfortable and safe ownership and voyages.
I have the ability to perform for my clients who share the same high standards and desires that I do. I treat you, your vessel and transaction in the way that you deserve in a timely, conscientious, consistent and exacting manner.
As you enter through the companionway, the U-shaped galley is to port with abundant counter, double sinks, concealed trash stowage, large ice box and dry storage space making provisioning and meal preparation enjoyable. Across from the galley to starboard is a neat navigation table along with a large double quarterberth.
The main salon is cozy, well ventilated and lit. The salon's port and starboard settees serve as single berths as well as large storage compartments. The teak interior grab rails make movement below deck safe and secure in a seaway.
All interior cushions have been replaced and recovered with Ralph Lauren fabric.
The head is forward and to port of the salon. The forepeak is an enclosed master stateroom with a large double V-berth w/privacy door, and a hanging locker.
There are three hanging lockers, one for wet gear, one for work gear and one for shore clothes.