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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » V - Boats starting with 'V' » Van de stadt forna

 
Van de stadt forna Van de stadt forna
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Description: Van de stadt forna
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Author
kluke
Junior Member

Registered: October 2000
Review Date: Sat December 2, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Striking characteristics of the FORNA are:

The 7/8 sail plan no longer has an overlapping genoa. This means that the small high-aspect jib with the big full-batten main is easy to handle. In addition, the aerodynamic propulsion forces are optimal for this sail plan.
Choice from three fixed keels and a keel-centreboard version. All designs have the same stability.
The owner's cabin is forward with its own washstand/toilet area and a large combined cupboard and wardrobe.
The particularly large cabin with galley and chart table.
All the areas that you enter in wet-weather gear are clustered around the entrance.
Toilet unit with shower and wardrobe for wet-weather gear.
A cabin with a double bed aft, equivalent to the owner's cabin forward.
On starboard and aft there is ample storage space with large hatches, allowing long trips without shortage of space.
A folding swimming platform is integrated into transom.
The plans are available for round-bilge steel, aluminium and glass-fibre wood core and multi-chine steel and aluminium construction.
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