First impressions of the Nautitech 40 are the fine-entry, high-freeboard bows and the twin steering stations, one on the stern of each hull. Under sail, the helm stations came into their own, giving the helmsman wind-on-the-face input to back up the instruments. Boat handling arrangements are simple. The main halyard and reefing lines are tended from the mast, and it's an easy step up to the cabin roof to stow or deploy the sail.
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