This yacht is to a design by Raymond Wall, who
was for many years chief designer at Camper & Nicholsons, before
moving to head the design office of CS Yachts of Canada. She has
a long keel with lead ballast and transom-hung rudder, and bears
more than a little resemblance to a Twister,
although with a little more pronounced sheer. She is of conventional
Although the name Raymond
Wall is not as well known as other yacht designers,
he has a long history of design work. He began his
apprenticeship with the famous Robert Clark, also
worked with Colin Mudie, and then set up on his own
for a period before joining Camper and Nicholsons,
where he became Chief Designer, amongst his designs
there being such classics as the Nicholson 55. In
1977 he moved to Canada to work for CS Yachts.
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The example pictured here was built in 1991, and has an unusual
internal layout, with the saloon completely open plan. It has
four berths - two settee berths aft which end in trotter boxes
- and two more raised forward berths, which convert to a double.
The Baby Blake marine WC is between the two forward berths. There
is a good galley and chart table aft, and saloon headroom is 5'
10" under the deck beams aft