"None of them are fast enough"; so commenced the discussion between Reichel-Pugh and a highly experienced yachtsman as he concluded a lengthy, fruitless search for the perfect high performance cruising boat. The resulting design brief was dutifully executed and presented to Westerly Marine who were given free reign to meet the owners standards. The end result was aesthetic perfection; a perfect marriage of simplistic understated design features, leading edge composite construction, the finest machinery available and absolute attention to detail. With power winches, in-boom furling and swept back spreader rig, Reef Points can be sailed in all conditions from the cockpit by two crew members. Her lifting bulb keel allows for anchoring or docking in average depth while her "bulb down" 13.5 feet of draft ensures race-bred performance. Under her current ownership she has been updated and meticulously maintained.
A centerpiece of her design, the large cockpit, can be accessed from either the retractable stern boarding platform or lifeline gates port and starboard. A walk-through between the twin helm stations leads to the lengthy cockpit seats separated by a teak fold-down dining table with ample storage beneath the center leaf. Protected by full width dodger, this spacious cockpit with down lighting from the boom makes for an ideal entertainment area and al fresco dining.
Both helm stations which feature carbon fiber wheels are within “finger-tip” reach of all sail handling controls and the windlass, which enables one person to set sail from the helm. Instrumentation displays include repeaters from the navigation station close-by and easy to read 40/40s on the mast.
It is a delight to walk forward on the uncluttered deck where all the opening deck hatches are recessed. The sail and chain locker with independent bilge pump and fresh water wash-down controls is well laid out with ample stowage space for sails, fenders, dock lines and cleaning gear. The anchor and roller are extracted from a recessed well hydraulically then handled via a Lewmar windlass with a wildcat.
Entering down wide scooped companionway steps, the first impression is of lightness from the port-lights and opening deck hatches which combined with the Majilite headliner panels and cherry wood interior is a tasteful contrast with the teak and holly cabin sole.
Immediately to starboard is the navigation station with a comfortable seat and good size chart table where all the electronics, monitoring displays and hinged electrical panels are easily read and accessed.
Forward on starboard is the gourmet galley with stone counter tops, three refrigeration boxes, double stainless steel sinks and ample storage.
Moving forward of the salon in the hallway is a work counter space and a sizeable storage pantry.
Forward of the hallway is the large master stateroom with a center line “walk around” queen size bed with opening hatches above providing light and ventilation. There is ample stowage within drawers, cupboards and a full length-hanging locker. The spacious, bright and airy head features a full size stall shower and granite countertops.
Stainless steel Force 10 four burner oven
Twin stainless steel sinks
Tappan stainless steel microwave oven
Barka chrome faucets
Broan trash compactor
Galley sink manual foot faucet
Glacier custom refrigeration system with LED control display
Refrigerator/freezer LED control display
Electronics Navigation Station
2 B&G Hydra displays
Icom ic M604 VHF
High Frequency ic M802
Vetus Metro Barometer
Fireboy Engine shutdown control
Cruise Air AC controls
Webasto Diesel Heater controls for five zones
“Tank Watch” gauges. Grey water port/stbd
Five bilge pump controls; Fwd head, pantry, main salon, forepeak, lazarette
Twin Edson carbon fiber wheels
Dual position teak foot braces
Port wheel – B&G Hydra 3000; 1 x FFD, 1 x GFD, Raymarine E80 VHF and Suunto 6" compass
Starboard wheel – Max Power R200 bow thruster controls, B&G Hydra 3000 wind/nav display; 1 x GFD, Auto Pilot FFD, Raymarine E80, VHF plug for microphone and 6” Suunto compass
Port coaming has primary winch, with Harken controls for opposite winch, jib furling and mainsheet.
Starboard coaming has primary winch with Harken controls for opposite winch, mainsheet and keel up/down control.
Teak fold-down cockpit table with grip bar and storage under center leaf
Isinglass cockpit dodger curtains
DC monitoring system
Xantrax ‘max charge” inverter
Xantrex Link Lite Battery monitor
House batteries; 6 x 8Ds “Energy One”
Hydraulic system 2 x 8Ds Energy One
Engine start battery 1 x Optima Blue Top
Bose 3.1 DVD and sound system with custom mounted sub woofer
19” Samsung TV
LED lighting throughout
Deck & Hull
Stainless steel stanchions w/double wire
Stainless steel plow anchor with stainless retractable anchor arm.
3/8 galvanized anchor chain with 300’ of anchor rode with remote control for Lewmar #200 windlass with wildcat
Recessed deck hatches; 4 over main salon 5 over master stateroom
Four Harken carbon fiber #66 – 3 speed hydraulic winches; two primaries and two secondary with running rigging managed through Spinlock X model wedge clutches.
Harken captive mainsheet winch located below bunk in master stateroom
Four LED spreader lights
Harken removable screw-in pad eyes, port and starboard
Lopo running lights.
Semi water-tight bulkhead
Bilge pump with three float switches; port/center/stbd
Retractable swim platform with cassette type steps
2 x EPIRB
Carbon fiber steering quadrant
Water tight bulkhead
Fresh water wash down
Motor mount for outboard engine
12V electrical outlet
Max Power retractable R200 bow thruster; electric up/down activation with hydraulic thrust
Hall Spars carbon three spreader mast and boom
Ocean Furl carbon fiber boom with mainsail furling on mandrel
Hall Spars spinnaker pole (J + 20%)
Navtec Boom Vang Alpha 850 psi
Stainless steel rod rigging
3 x 40/40 B&G displays under goose neck
Sails - North Sails
2013 3DI mainsail
2013 Dacron Jib
2013 Storm Jib
2013 Storm Trysail
Two Genoas and two spinnakers lightly used
Spare jib, spinnaker and mainsail – used.
Yanmar 4L Ham Htp/163 hp with 3 alternators off PTO
Remote V drive transmission
Sail Drive with 3 blade Max Prop
80 amp for engine start
2000 rpm = 1.25 galls per hr
2300 rpm = 8.6 knots (max rpm 3000)
Cruise Air air conditioning; 12KBTU in salon 4KBTU in master stateroom
Webasto diesel heater.
Sea Recovery water maker. 25 gph
Three heads; 2 x Tecma Ultra Whisper, 1 x sea water flush
Hella fans 1 x main saloon, 1 x galley
Diesel fuel tanks 2 x 75 gals
Fresh water tanks 2 x 150 gals
Grey water tanks port and stbd
Roving central bilge pump
Zodiac 8 man life raft in valise
2 x MOM overboard units
1 x Lifesling
Salon cushion covers
Steering wheel covers
Sun awning over helm wheels
Carbon fiber bow-sprit ready for laminating in place of modified for bolt on/bolt off
4 x Harken 66.3 carbon fiber winch drums
Homalto hydraulic pump for mast jack
Raymarine E80 chart plotter
2 x 50’ shore power cords
2 x socks for mast head and fractional spinnakers
Cockpit deck covers
Miscellaneous engine and hydraulic system spares
Push button sailing
Hydraulic lifting keel
Harken carbon winch package - hydraulic power
Hydraulic powered disappearing swim step
Hydraulic powered disappearing anchor and roller
Flush uncluttered deck
Matrix Furling carbon boom and Hall carbon rig
2 aft staterooms with individual heads
Large Master stateroom with head
Reef Points is a stunning boat; creatively designed, superbly built and meticulously maintained. She is the perfect boat for sailors who appreciate the very best in performance sailing while doing so in comfort with minimal crew.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-437-5270Tel: (954)-524-4616