|Draft||1.60 - 3.25 m|
|Displacement||approx. 33 tons|
|Hull||Aluminium / Sealium|
|NAVAL ARCHITECT||Dykstra Naval Architects|
Anabel was designed and built completely according to her owners' wishes: the ability to sail completely self-reliantly and independently, i.e. no quayside power connection, a large set of batteries, plenty of solar panels on deck and two large telescopic wind generators. 'Safety' was also a very important factor and incorporated in the yacht by the option for ice reinforcements, integrated watertight bulkheads, a watertight door and the deep cockpit from which everything can be operated.
The pilot house features a big helm seat, centrally positioned, easy acces to all necesarry controll and navigation systems. The windows provide good views outside and losts of light inside.