Fales 32 Navigator

Designer: 
Builder: 
Fales Yachts
Construction type: 
Fiberglass
Hull type: 
Long Keel
Rig type: 
Cutter
Built: 
1974 to present
Number built: 
8
LOA: 
31.67' (9.65 m)
LWL: 
29.12' (8.88 m)
Beam: 
11.17' (3.4 m)
Draft: 
3.50' (1.07 m)
Displacement: 
17,000 lb (7,711 kg)
Sail Area: 
439.00 ft² (40.78 m²)
Sail Area/Displacement: 
10.66
Displacement/length: 
307.35
Ballast: 
6,000 lb (2,722 kg)
Ballast/displacement: 
35.30
Fuel tankage: 
86 gal (326 l)
Water tankage: 
100 gal (379 l)
Sail Area (main): 
208.69 ft² (19.39 m²)
Sail Area (fore): 
226.13 ft² (21.01 m²)
P measurement: 
39.75' (12.12 m)
E measurement: 
10.50' (3.2 m)
I measurement: 
33.50' (10.21 m)
J measurement: 
13.50' (4.11 m)
Forestay length: 
36.12' (11.01 m)
Additional Info: 

The Fales 32 derived from the Willard 30, a trawler that William Crealock designed a sailing rig and layout for. John Fales had secured a mold of the Willard 30 under contract from Willard Marine. Fales proceeded to build two trawlers out of the original mold, marketing them as the Vega 30. Then, he cut up and reassembled the molds, adding two feet to the original design. Rigging them as a sloop - though still producing a few 32-foot trawler versions - Fales sold the new 32-footer as the Fales Navigator 32 between 1974 and 1977.

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