Fast, competitive 30' racer/cruiser vessel from this top quality manufacturer located inHolland,Michigan. Double spreader masthead style rig offers optimum sailing control by a small crew, and easier, more forgiving cruising. Emphasis on windward ability with a large mainsail, but the masthead spinnakers offer excellent off the wind performance as well. Keel/rudder designs are the same as G&S's flat out racers for excellent control and performance. High ballast to displacement ratio contributes stability and increased performance in higher wind ranges. Efficient deck layout is designed for comfort and safety with in and outboard rails, excellent non skid surfaces, and all controls leading aft to the huge, self bailing cockpit. S 2 has successfully blended the function of performance and cruising in the simplicity of a functional interior. Sleeping 7, with complete L-shaped galley, fully enclosed head and a bright airiness created by 6 portlights and mid cabin ventilating hatch. There was a time when sailors had to choose between the easy living of a cruising sailboat or the skin-of-the-teeth excitement of a purebred racer. With S 2's 9.1 meter both extremes are a possibility!. Great Sailing Boat.
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Starting forward, there is a V-Berth that with storage is beneath, as well as excellent access to instrument transducers. A Lewmar hatch provides good ventilation. Moving aft and to starboard is a vented storage locker plus a hanging wet locker. To port is the head/shower compartment. There is a molded sink and a telephone styled shower fitting. Aft, in the salon, are two settees which form wide, comfortable berths. The back rests can be raised to form a second set of pilot berths, or raised higher to form secure sea berths without the need for lee cloths. This keeps the weight of off watch crew out of the ends of the boat. In this position, these bunks also serve as excellent open storage areas for crew bags or boxes of provisions for extended cruising. Newer interior cushions in great shape. The L-shaped galley is aft and to starboard. The Nav station is to port. Aft of the Nav station is an excellent quarter berth and a removable panel that provides good access to the aft end of the engine. Removing a large panel behind the companionway steps easily accesses the front of the engine, including belts and filters.