The Cosmos 1320
With a Waterline Beam to Length ratio of 12.3:1 and a Bruce Number of 1.36 Heavy (cruising) or 1.46 in light trim the Cosmos 1320 will be a very efficient cruising cat. Her length allows good payload for cruising with reasonable comfort and offers better comfort in rough conditions.
She has a fairly standard layout with three double cabins, two forward and one aft, a large head and shower aft in the in port hull and the option of one or two en-suite heads forward in each hull. The usual options of one or two access doors from cockpit to saloon are available as well as options for steering positions, hard top over cockpit and either walk through transoms at cockpit seat height or standard cockpit layout.
The Cosmos 1320 is a mid-sized performance cruiser that will win plenty of races and sleep 6-8 family or friends comfortably. For more information please download our Study Plans on this design using the link below.
See David Harris sailing "D'Estree Bay" - showing what the Cosmos 1320 can really do!
|HEADROOM (Hulls)||1.90 metres|
|HEADROOM (Bridgedeck)||1.90 metres|
|MAST HEIGHT||17.50 metres|
|SAIL AREA (Main + Headsail)||100 sq metres|
|BRIDGEDECK CLEARANCE||0.800 metres|
|BEAM TO LENGTH RATIO||12.3:1|
|FUEL CAPACITY||100-200 litres|
|WATER CAPACITY||500 litres|
|MOTOR OPTION||2 x Diesels or Outboards|
|CRUISING SPEED||10 - 12 knots|
|TOP SPEED||20+ knots|
|BUILD TIME ESTIMATE||6500 hours|