boat General
LOA: 24'0
DWL: 18'8"
Beam: 7'9"
Draft: 3'5"
Displacement: 3944 lbs
Lead: 2100 lbs
Sail Area: 278 sq. ft.
The Hull
  • Seven layers of hand-laid fiberglass
  • Structural girders
  • Forward bulkheads
  • Lazarette bulkhead
The Exterior
  • Awlgrip boot top
  • Awlgrip cove stripe
  • Choice of bronze or stainless steel hardware
  • Fiberglass cabin and deck (or a custom finish in wood)
  • Choice of teak or mahogany coamings, trim and toe rails
  • Other options available
The Interior
  • V-berth, porta potty, galley, four bronze portlights
  • Other options available
The Cockpit
  • Tiller steering
  • 7'4" hand-laid contoured seats with plenty of storage
  • Auxillary power options of either an electric, outboard well,
    outboard bracket, or Yanmar inboard diesel
Spars and Rigging
  • Aluminum mast, spar and boom Awlgripped to choice of color
  • Harken® blocks and traveller
  • Lewmar main jib winches
  • All the hardware and lines to start sailing on delivery day
  • Choice of sailmaker
I looked at many boats before settling on the Bridges Point 24. I was struck by its wholesome traditional looks, I admired the work of the designer, Joel White, and I liked and trusted the builder, Wade Dow. None of that has changed in the years I’ve owned Nancy B except that my esteem for all has grown as I’ve gotten better acquainted. Kent Mullikin