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Dixbay's distinct looks sets her apart from other yachts in the range, with a moderate sheer, longer overhangs and a lower freeboard. This graceful profile was initially developed for an owner who wished to sail in shallow Dutch waters while also being able to cruise with just himself and his wife onboard.
The brief for this first TC 73 to have short-handed sailing capacity was facilitated by her cutter rig with hydraulic furling headsails and hydraulic in-boom furling mainsail. The winches are hydraulically powered, and bow and sternthrusters aid maneuvering in tight spots. A lift keel arrangement enables shallow water cruising.
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