From owner's literature:
All fiberglass of highest specifications. Hull molded in one piece. Deck and cabin trunk molded in one piece with non-skid surface molded in. Aluminum slotted spars, stainless steel standing rigging, stainless steel and Dacron running rigging. Design meets M.O.R.C. (Midget Ocean Racing Class) requirements.
Standard equipment includes Teak deck trim, Self-draining cockpit, Integrally-molded outboard motor well in transom, Worm gear roller reefing. Tufnol blocks. Tabernacle mast step. Bronze deck fittings. Hinged oak tiller. Translucent fiberglass cabin hatch covers. Four full-size berths. Lockers over forward berths. Ground tackle locker. Base for marine toilet.
Quote from "Report of Survey" made March 23, 1968 by Captain D.D. Owen, Marine Surveyor, Los Angeles:
"LONGITUDINAL & VERTICAL FRAMING: Moulded Fiberglass, Frames extend into and become a part of floors, very strongly and well built, with good spacing.