Originally Posted by YachtNews
Some very practical looking designs that can be easily built today. I see you cannot seem to loose the grip on the slightly backward raking glass on the forward superstructures. It is so reminiscent of "Carinthia VII".
I understand the advantages with a less raked window in the terms of sea spray, sun glare and cleaning but on this particular design concept I preferred the raked one.
About Carinthia VII, I stated earlier:
-"I find Tim Heywood’s design appealing with the slanting aft part of the hull and I guess the blue colour adds to the similarity of “Carinthia VII” and not so much when in white".