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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » W - Boats starting with 'W' » Woods

 
Woods banshee
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Description: Woods banshee
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Author
duende
Junior Member

Registered: April 2000
Review Date: Sun June 25, 2000 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Catamaran "Duende" Length 35' Beam 22' Draft 1'6"/5' centreboards.
Cruiser/racer design by Richard and Lillian Woods.
Probably the most attractive small catamaran with good living accomodation around. 2 very large king size doubles forward. 2 bouble bunks in own cabins aft. Large galley in stbd hull. Good heads/shower in port hull. Full standing headroom in hulls. Enormous lounge area and seperate nav area but with sitting headroom only. Atlantic crossing in comfort for crew of two in 1998. Best days run 260nm. Peak speed 18kts. Great fast cruising boat with acres of deck space. Goes very well to windward and handles well under power.
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