The Tangaroa Mk IV was a design that evolved from the Tangaroa Mk I, James’ first design for which he drew Self-building Plans in 1965. The Mk IV has more graceful hull lines, wider hull beam, more freeboard over the bunks and a longer cabin with standing headroom, so it is not to be mistaken for the Tangaroa Mk I of which many are still sailing.
|Length Overall:||35' 6"||10.82 m|
|Beam overall:||19'||5.80 m|
|Waterline length:||28' 6"||8.69 m|
|Draft:||2' 1"||0.63 m|
|Loading capacity:||1.5 tons|
|Sail area:||410 sqft||38.1 sqm|
|Building Time Estimate:||1800 hours|