The Faurby 360 is the narrow-beam version of our popular 370, but she offers more accommodation than our 355. Because your yacht should match your cruising ground, we give you the opportunity to have a 3.0m wide yacht with a longer-than-expected hull length. Not only does a narrower hull offer better overall performance, especially sailing upwind in light weather, the sleek beam gives you far more berthing options in the box berths of the Baltic and on Lake Constance. When cruising in areas with box berths, you often need to arrive early in the day to ensure a berth for the evening, which reduces your time sailing. With a narrow yacht you can sail further, arrive later and still get a berth.
Below decks, the Faurby 360 has good headroom throughout and remains fully customisable. She feels well proportioned and offers two good-sized double cabins; one forward and one aft. Although narrower than her beamier sister, the 370, the saloon is almost identical – the width has been taken from the cabinets outboard, allowing six people to sit very comfortably in the large saloon. The galley can be whatever shape and location works best for you. The heads has the space for a shower compartment, or you can choose to dedicate more space to other, more frequently used areas.
On deck, her high cockpit coamings offer safety and shelter. The coamings incorporate rope bins for the sail control lines that are led aft, keeping the cockpit wonderfully line-free. She has the same deck layout as the 370, only the side decks are a little narrower.
She is available with either a tiller or a wheel. Whichever you opt for, the mainsheet is to hand – even with the optional German mainsheet system – making her east to sail with just one person on watch. The cockpit is available with an open or closed transom; the latter offers two spacious lazarette lockers.