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Cape North 43 designed by Ted Brewer
A centre cockpit cutter completely rebuilt in 2017, fully equipped including worldwide communications. Updated maintenance and new equipment carried out in 2021/22.
A tall rigged medium displacement cruising cutter equipped for serious cruising worldwide.
With a very spacious lay-out and has been designed with comfort at sea in mind. A large centre cockpit and good deck space provide enjoyment at sea and at anchor. The aftcabin is large with en-suite head while the forward cabin provides the option of two(2) single berths or a double. Two(2) single berths are possible in the maincabin with an addition double berth, if desired in the cockpit. “Bewildered” is ideal for two(2) Guests/Crew
The steering is by wheel in the centre cockpit with electric auto-pilot and windvane steering. “Bewildered” has a stab reefed(three(3) reefs) main with lazy jacks, staysail and choice of Genoa, or Yankee on a Pro-Furl headsail reefing system, plus staysail hanked on inner forestay The vessel is equipped with alternate power sources including Solar Panels(8 amps)and wind generator (60 amps).
The design by Ted Brewer is an ideal blend of liveaboard comfort and offshore capabilities.
Guatemala, Rio Dulce, Guatemala
is looking for crew for Cruising, Mile building, Ocean / long distance
when: Holidays (short-term), Long-term
15 November 2022 - 15 April 2023
Program and options for the 2022 beginning in November subject to tide over the bar and weather as follows. Sailing from Rio Dulce via Belize, Mexico, Cuba, The Bahamas and Florida. Plan to head up the USA east coast and maybe across the Atlantic for the 6th time. Please note short or long term aboard. Option #1 The Rio Dulce River (Guatemala) then on to Cuba with possible stops in Belize, Mexico if weather dictates and the Bahamas, East Coast of THE USA, Bermuda, The Azores, Gibraltar, and the Med to Turkey. All subject to countries being open. This includes transatlantic west to east. Option #2 From the Bahamas thru the Caribbean Islands to Bonaire for the Hurricane Season or continue to Colombia, Panama and Central America. Are you a person or persons who is interested in a cruising life, seeing and exploring new places and meeting people and new friends? Knowledge of sailing and certain experience is important and the person should be financially secure. There should be not health issues. Age is not important as strength, well being and interested in exploring new countries. Important to enjoy a sailing life as the world is ours if we so wish. Join in Guatemala in January 2022 or at any point in the sailing program. 5 weeks minimum recommended.
Updated : 10 Sep 2022