|Hull weight||125 kg|
|Mast height||7.50 m|
|Mainsail area||10.40 m2|
|Jib / Genoa area||2.70 m2|
|Spinnaker area||11.53 m2|
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The lower part of the hulls have skegs typical for a beach catamaran. The most noticeable difference to the popular Dart 18 and Sprint 15 catamarans is that the hulls are made out of Tecrothene, a thermo plastic. This material is very impact- and scratch-resistant, but somewhat heavier and harder to repair than fiberglass. The kick-up rudders are similar to the Hobie 16.
The mainsail does not have a boom, has 6 full battens, and is controlled by a main sheet with a 6:1 mechanical advantage. The main sheet system has ball-bearing blocks, a ratchet, and a cleat. The jib sail has a furling system, so it does not have battens, and is controlled by a jib sheet with a 2:1 mechanical advantage. A gennaker sail is available.
- "Portsmouth Number List 2012". Royal Yachting Association. Retrieved 31 July 2012.