Jacquelina


Summary

Jacquelina is an 87′ Bill Dixon-designed cruising sloop featuring, what was at the time, the largest Aerorig yet to be built and the first to have in-boom furling. These innovations enabled the yacht to provide the ease-of-sailing and uncluttered decks and cockpit areas that were an important aspect of the Owner’s requirements.

Bill Dixon, along with styling from Redman Whiteley Dixon, provided flexible living and entertaining areas, including a deck saloon/pilothouse that can be opened up into the large guest cockpit.


Specification

Builder

Pendennis

Year of Build

1998

Type

Sailing Yacht - Sloop

Naval Architect

Bill Dixon

Exterior Styling

Bill Dixon

Interior Design

Redman Whiteley Dixon

Construction

Composites - Eglass

LOA

26.1m (86ft)

Beam

6.4m (21ft)

Draft

3m (9.1ft)