- Hull Color – Described on our Gelcoat Colors page
- Rigging – If you are looking for a boat for a junior we rig three clam cleats on each side of the mid-thwart. This allows someone with shorter arms or sitting on the rail to adjust the boomvang, outhaul or downhaul without having to reach as far. An adult with longer arms usually gets one cleat on each side for the boomvang, one cleat for the outhaul and one for the downhaul.
- Blades – The standard boat utilizes the spruce leeboard, rudder and tiller from the Sailing Supply that I re-shape to a faster foil. For the person looking for the highest quality and top speed from their boards, we offer Grasham Boards.
- Cleats – The standard cleats are all clam cleats with internal rollers to guide the lines coming back from the bow. These are mounted near the top of the thwart with only two holes per cleat to minimize leakage into the thwart. If Harken Cam cleats are requested then they need a block/eye strap to guide the line and a fairlead mounted on top of the cleat. Opting for Harken rigging versus the clam cleats would be an additional $300.
- Twingers – These are lines that are pulled when rounding the windward mark to pull the boom out. This is an additional through-deck fitting on each side of the bow thwart as well as line and cleats. This adds up to $200.
- Quantum Sail – Quantum One Design has teamed with Bedford Boats to offer 15% off a Sabot sail when purchased with a new boat.
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