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Richard Boland Yachts
RED DRAGON is an exceptional ocean cruising yacht with live-aboard accommodations.
The secret of her seaworthiness lies in her easily driven, deep draft hull design. Moderately heavy displacement,
good beam and low ballast combine to make a stable platform with easy motion. She boasts a spacious teak
cockpit that seats nine and a rich and warm, roomy teak and mahogany interior.
Exceptional and rare long-distance cruiser.
This C&L Marine built boat has similar characteristics to a Peterson 44.
- NEW ELECTRIC HEADS!
- New Canvas & kitchen counter tops!
Stepping below on the solid teak (double side framed) companionway ladder brings you into the warm teak paneled
interior. All interior woodwork is solid teak planked and rubbed with a satin varnish. Cabin joinery is
beautiful, including laid teak and holly sole. Space below decks is plentiful. Galley is very servicable with excellent
storage overall. All overhead panels are vinyl (except heads) steam stretched over padded headliner panels.
Interior sides of cabin top were painted with white semi-gloss enamel to lighten and contrast. Each window is
trimmed in teak for a attractive contrast. Five bilge hatches in cabin sole and additional cabinets and seating give
extraordinary access to all bildge areas including fuel and water tanks. Main salon and settee area are surrounded
by book shelves and storage cabinets. There are two operable ports in this area as well.
The U-shaped galley is to port of companionway. Single SS sink with storage is located in a cabinet with storage below, a 4 drawer bank and deep, top access storage to left. Behind is knife rack and cutting board. Overhead cabinets and under counter lighting providing a nice divider between galley and main salon. At end of galley is a 3 burner stove with oven and small cabinet/ storage below. Behind stove is open shelving with storage on both sides of windows. There is a tall spice rack located above the counter opposite the sink with food storage netting above. Below counter is a 4 bank drawer cabinet with ice box refrigeration compartment accessible from three removable hatches. Below ice box is small cabinet with sliding doors. Microwave in recessed compartment above counter.
Large V-berth with storage beneath, hanging locker, seat with storage under and wine rack behind. Three opening
portholes and one hatch allow above average ventilation. Head to port with shower grate in floor. SS sink, teak
drawer, and sliding access doors below. Behind is an additional cabinet with siding doors and operable port above.
There is additional dorade ventilation.
Access to the chain locker is at the end of the berth. Under V-berth, separate windlass battery is stored below.
- Fully Battened Mainsail
- Storm Jib
- Gennaker/Cruising Spinnaker
- Furling Genoa: 100%
The aft cabin is accessible by walkthrough under cockpit seating or by way of teak companion ladder with two
doors to cockpit. Four additional windows and two large operable hatches add light, visibility and ventilation.The aft
cabin has a queen-sized double berth with quarter berth and a padded seat located at the end of the double bed
with storage below. Below the bed is two drawers as well as additionnal storage. A teak hanging locker is located to
The aft head has a private entry. Head, sink mounted in corian countertop, mirror, hot and cold pressure water,
shower with teak grate, cabinet storage and operable brass port window.
6'6", located to starboard in passage between Main and Aft Cabin. Comfortable sea bunk on either tack, openng
porthole and plenty of storage underneath.