NEW Bluewater Cruising Yachts Cygnet 20 A trailer sailer you will be proud to own!

AU $43,989 GST included Finance
19' 2" - 5.85m
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Discover the sheer joy of sailing again - or - for the first time! The easy, safe and forgiving Cygnet 20 is equally perfect for the weekend family sailor or the experienced sailor looking for hands on action once again. This light and fast modern gaffer is an ideal inshore cruiser or club racer.

The Cygnet 20 can be put on a trailer and towed behind the family car giving you freedom to explore inshore bays, pull up to beaches or enjoy quiet anchorages with family or friends. The lifting keel is operated from the cockpit meaning it's simple to arrive in shallow bays or near the beach.

"Indeed this trailer yacht is about the freedom to explore the places you just can't go with a deep keel yacht. ".... "The Cygnet's postcard-pretty lines are a joy to behold and only add pleasure to the sailing experience. "
James Hill, Yachting Journalist.

The rigging is quick and easily done on the trailer or in the water. Water ballast, pumped in or out through the large capacity bilge pump, ensures safety and performance while sailing. Off the water it's light to tow, launch and recover when un-ballasted.

The Cygnet 20 has a sail wardrobe of high peaked gaff mainsail plus roller furling jib and features a deck stepped rig with light easily handled carbon fibre spars. The modern design hull will deliver good performance under sail or motor.

All sheets lead back to the cockpit ensuring safe and quick handling in most sea conditions. The recommended 4HP outboard motor fits neatly in the self-draining motor well and is easily stowed for maximum sailing performance.

"The Cygnet is a very responsive boat and the way she points high to wind confirms a sailing efficiency more akin to a modern yacht. On a more practical level, she is very easy to sail single-handed thanks to the jib sheets running to cabin-top jammers, easily reached from the helm".
James Hill, Yachting Journalist.

The Cygnet 20 has a generous cockpit for excellent day sailing combined with weekend accommodation below for a couple or a family of 4. The cabin is cosy with a pop-up top for headroom when anchored, a double forward V-berth and an on-board porta potti. In the galley, you'll find a single burner butane stove, a cupboard for dinnerware, cutlery drawer, storage and sink.

Designed and built in Australia with the appealing lines and unmistakeable character of a traditional gaffer, the Cygnet 20 is truly a modern adaptation of a classic beauty. From the varnished "Oregon" timber bowsprit with headsail roller furler to the vintage shape of the hull and deck the Cygnet 20 will stand out from the other small yachts on the water. The hull and deck are classic white GRP with varnished tiller and gunwale.

"Beneath the illusion of a traditional timber craft, you're really buying a modern fibreglass yacht. And that's fine if you're a wee bit jaded by the me-too look of modern yachts and yearn for something with the character and soul of timber yet not the maintenance. "... "Unlike some of the early production trailer-sailers the Cygnet 20 is very easy on the eye. The compact trunk cabin looks just right and nicely finished off with a pair of oval-shaped window ports. "
James Hill, Yachting Journaist.

The Cygnet 20 is a perfect boat to begin a lifetime of sailing enjoyment. If getting out on the water has always been a dream put off until the endless "tomorrow" this is the boat to make that dream a reality. There's nothing like the fun of learning new skills and introducing the family to the fun of sailing.

With a price comparable to a mid-size 4-wheel drive the Cygnet is the attractive yacht you can afford and enjoy today. And, just like the larger yachts in the Bluewater family, you can expect the Cygnet 20 to retain its appeal and resale value for years to come.

"Thanks to the Sydney design team of Hardcastle Lowe Yacth Design, the Cygnet 20 delivers a nice turn of speed under sail, The under-body is modern and her cut-off ends conform to the modern trend to maximise waterline length. The result is a craft that, in the right hands, will be a little terrier in twilight races. "
James Hill, Yachting Journalist.

For further information go to www. Bluewatercruisingyachts. Com

AU $43,989 GST included    Finance    Insurance
Model Year
19' 2" - 5.85m
1250kg Tonnes
Vessel Location
Cardiff Nsw
New South Wales
Hull Material

City / Suburb

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