Hartley 32

32'2" Ocean cruiser.
Plans are drawn for the hull to be constructed in ferro-cement but can also be adapted to wood strip-plank construction.
If you are already familiar with steel plate forming, the plans can also be adapted for constructing the hull in steel.
 10.'2" beam. Draught 5'6". Disp 7.5tons. 
 Two styles of accommodation are given, racing and cruising. And two styles of cabin top, long or stepped. The accommodation is big enough for live-aboard singles or couples. A fast half-tonner with a proven ocean racing/sailing record, many of these craft have made circumnavigations and ocean crossings.
 Hartley 32, built in Slovenia
 Hartley 32, built in Scandinavia
 The 'single-handed round the world non-stop monohull record', was broken by Peter Freeman in a home-built 'Hartley 32'. One of the first home built '32's' 'Moonbird', cruised 30,000 ocean miles in her first few years. A woman built and sailed a '32' single handed from South Africa to the U.K. Many Hartley 32's can be found in marinas from the Med to Australia.
  Click Here for pictures of internal accommodation
 One of a number of 32's built by Hartley & Brookes Associates
 Click HERE for pictures of the Hartley 32 'Kirka', built in Croatia by Zlatko Novak
 
 Accommodation 'A'
 Accommodation 'B'
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