A.F. Theriault & Son
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ON DISPLAY AT BALTIMORE TRAWLER FEST September 27-30, 2012
CYGNUS was custom designed by the well-respected Naval Architect Michael Kasten and built for her original and highly experienced only owners. With well over a 100,000 offshore nautical miles aboard their earlier sailing yachts to such off the beaten path cruising grounds as the Gambia River deep into the heart of the African continent, they had the experience to have CYGNUS created to be a safe, economical, and simple to maintain trawler yacht for a couple and occsional guests for summer trans-Atlantic, coastal and inland cruising. The mast can be easily lowered with it's tabernacle, so she has an absolute minimum air-draft of just 10'-31/2" to not only Great Loop but also transit the European canal system. Entirely built of aluminum to American Bureau of Shipping Rules, CYGNUS is well suited for ice choked high latitude voyaging as amply demonstrated by her recent cruise to Greenland 400 NM north of the Arctic Circle. She features wide side decks protected by 36" high rails, three watertight compartments, a simple yet effective passive anti-roll Flume tank for underway and at anchor stabilization and the ability to recover from a 360 degree roll over. The raised foredeck extends the full width of the vessel which provides the greatest possible interior space forward, the largest open foredeck area, the greatest forward freeboard and the most reserve buoyancy.
In September 2012, CYGNUS completed a refit with 90% of the exterior getting fresh Awlgrip, antifouling paint and all required maintenance. She is ready for her next owners to step aboard and fulfill their cruising ambitions.
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