Argo A Double-Cabin Outboard Cruiser

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  • Pub No.: 5676

by David D. Beach

Packed in 22 feet of hull space are the accommodations of a real ship—head, galley, two separate sleeping areas and a salon. Today’s big motors make her design possible

The design of the little yacht shown on the five drawings which accompany this article was based on a somewhat elusive dream that all the required items of equipment and gear for small-family cruising could be designed into one small boat. This is a true double-cabin, outboard-powered cruiser, with berths for four persons which can be either double or single, to suit the crew aboard. Forward, beneath the foredeck, but extending into the full headroom of the cabin is a pair of 6’4” berths. As shown, they are 27” wide, but a fill-in cushion between the heads makes a big berth 6’4” x 6’ wide. That’s a “lotta” bunk—enough for three youngsters, at least! The headroom between the heads of the berths is ample, well over 6’.

7 pages, 5 plate(s)

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