For sailors who subscribe to the philosophy of free and open content.
Always a great performer, the popular Wanderer for 1970 is more versatile than ever.
Four years ago she was an immediate success and her subsequent race results and owner testimonials have served to enhance her reputation. A large cockpit with 270° seating and a full dinette layout are but two of her spacious features.
With a shallow draft, the Wanderer can explore coves and inlets that other auxiliaries her size cannot. Her keel-centerboard combination provides fine tuning capabilities in a variety of sea and wind condtiions, a must for the race-oriented skipper.
For 1970, designer Bill Shaw has effected interior and rig modifications making the Wanderer an even better buy than ever. The key to the modified rig is a reduction in size of the mainsail foot which develops a higher aspect ration - thus further reducing her rating or maintaining it while providing larger headsails.
Cruising accommodations in the Wanderer 30 have also been given a great deal of attention. Her totally new interior arrangement emphasizes comfort with practical space utilization for the optimum of living and entertaining convenience. In all, she sleeps six in a full dinette arrangement with forward V-berths, two in the convertible dinette to port, and two quarter berths aft. Galley is to starboard. Her fuly enclosed toilet room is accessible from both the main and forward cabins.