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: 

John Fales had secured a mold of the Willard 30 under contract from Willard Marine. The Willard 30 itself was a trawler that William Crealock had designed a sailboat rig and layout for. Fales proceeded to build two trawlers out of the original mold, marketing them as a 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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