This design was built by Sparkman & Stephens in the period 1975-1984 for 70 times.
What a Dream is first owned by the family and was mainly sailed in the Baltic Sea and regularly maintained. It is equipped with a centerboard that can be manually moved in and out from 1.80 m to 2.90 m, so that ports with a lower draft can also be called.
The engine is original with about 1800 hours. The motor is running well. Sailing wise the ship is fully functional, once a week I sail with my crew in the Bay of Lübeck.
The navigation and electronics are original but not fully functional. The teak deck has already been renewed once, the hull has been repainted, underwater hull new epoxy construction and antifouling in dark blue.