The Enchantress center cockpit is a Bruce Farr designed with three staterooms built in France. Like all Farr designs there is an emphasis on sailing performance. Due to life events, she has been mainly restricted to dockside living for the last 2-3 years and she deserve to be sailing again.
She is a world traveler with her first trip from France to the Bahamas where she spent a few years before traveling through the Panama to San Diego. After a couple of years, back through the Panorama and to South America, eventually making her way through the Caribbean to Florida
Forward cabin: V-berth with stowage below, lockers above and outboard port and starboard.
Forward head: washbasin, lockers, Jabsco marine toilet and shower wand.
Forward Quarter Berth: over/under single berths outboard, lockers and shelves inboard.
Main cabin: two seats and nav station to starboard with stowage below and behind, lockers and shelf outboard. U-shaped dinette to port seats 8. Storage both below and behind.
Nav station starboard aft in main cabin has an opening chart table, electronics, locker, main electrical distribution panel and seat.
Galley Stainless steel double sink with fresh and salt water foot pumps. Nau-t-Kol 12 volt refrigeration/freezer system, Sharp 1000W microwave, Smev three burner propane stove with oven. Counter tops inboard & outboard, with plenty of storage for the long haul.
Aft Stateroom queen walk around with private head and shower/ tub
New engine wiring harness, tachometer and temperature
In mast furling (new main < 150 hours)