"Euphoria" is a 1984 Bayfield 29, built in Canada and documented with the United States Coast Guard. She is a cutter rig, full keel cruiser that is 32 feet over all and has a beam of over 10 feet. There is 3,000 lbs. of lead in her keel with a total weight of 8,000 lbs for a solid stable ride. The cutter rig (three sails) allows many combinations of sail plans to accommodate the passengers for any type of sailing experience (wind permitting). She sleeps 4 with a full head and shower, refrigerator, hot and cold pressurized water and a 2 burner stove with oven. The traditional clipper bow has carved teak trailboards with a teak bow platform. The taff rail has turned teak spindles. She's a truly a classic sailing ship.
This spec sheet is for a 1983 B29. Euphoria is an 84 model; shes 900 lbs. heavier and her bow sprit is extended an additional 3 feet to open the slot between the two head sails at the foot so they are parallel. All other specifications are as accurate as can be expected.