Designed specifically to cruise the Bahamas in the winter and Maine during the summer, with proper mast height and draft for inland waterways but also the ability to sail offshore using a centerboard. Cold-molded construction, built in the designer's personal shop in Fort Pierce, FL. She is a Bahamas veteran. Her mechanical and electrical systems and electronics are virtually new. With centerboard up, she draws 3′. She is fully self-sufficient, with 12-volt systems maintained strictly by solar. She's a cutter-rigged ketch with self-tacking staysail boom and a roller furling jib, and can be single-handed but has enough living space for six to be comfortable on an extended voyage. Saloon and aft stateroom are connected by a center cockpit with hard top and a recessed head that is private and separated from living quarters. Her forward cabin is separated by a large cargo hold from the saloon. Saloon adjoins a well-appointed galley, a large seating area which doubles as bunks, and a navigation station. The aft cockpit is designed for fishing and features a built-in fish cleaning table. She has two sets of davits. She is perfect for diving charters or eco-tours, with her separate cabins and ample deck space. She is being offered at build-cost. $249,000.