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Mar Casado Class

The Mar Casado class was designed to produce a practical small cruising auxiliary having satisfactory accommodation for two people below decks, plus large cockpit suitable for afternoon sailing and in which two additional people can sleep under an awning. Construction was kept simple by means of a flush deck, with a transom stern and outboard rudder. The lines was derived from the very successful Temperance, of somewhat larger dimensions but retained the same fine sailing qualities with respect to speed undersail and sea-going ability.

Design Specs

Designer: 
Sparkman & Stephens
Year of Design: 
1946
LOA: 
25'-2 1/2"
Beam: 
7'-6"
Draft: 
4'-1/2"
Displacement: 
6,500 lbs.
Materials: 
Wood
Propulsion: 
Skill Level to Build: 
Cost: 
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Contact Information: 

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Greenwich 6830 Phone: 203-687-4700