The result of very many, highly skilled man-hours, and lots of input from her owners, the photos below show her just about ready to leave the Hardy yard to be trucked to Great Yarmouth for launching. She will hit the water for the first time next week.
The second of our ‘new style’ Hardy 32DS ‘Henry’ has just left our commissioning base in Ipswich bound for his new home on the West Coast of Scotland.
Along similar styling as the first re-badged Hardy 32 DS, she has totally new interior and is beautifully executed in American white oak. “Henry” is powered by twin Yanmar 240hp engines and can expect speeds of 22-25 knots. Being a semi-displacement hull he has the beauty of running at lower speeds as well as high cruising speeds, therefore increasing fuel economy.
‘Henry’ is built in a traditional dark blue, with canopy covers to match and has an alternative layout with a V berth in a larger forward cabin, an upper and lower berthed guest cabin, a large heads with walk-in shower, and the galley aft of the helm position.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01692 408700 if you would like any further information about the Hardy 32 DS.