|Profile drawing of the second Caiman|
The new Caiman was the latest from the Judel/Vrolijk design office, at 44ft overall and featuring twin wheel steering, which was something of a contrast to developments on their German-built 43 footers Container and Pinta, which had adopted tiller steering.
|Caiman powers along upwind|
|Deck and interior arrangement plans, note the aftwards extension of maximum beam|
|Caiman viewed here at her berth during the 1987 Admiral's Cup (photo Ian Watson)|
|The cockpit layout on Caiman, twin wheels with mainsheet behind (photo Ian Watson)|
|Caiman can be seen here alongside her team-mate, the 50ft Pro-motion V at Queen Anne's Battery Marina after the 1987 Fastnet Race and conclusion of the Admiral's Cup (photo Shockwave40 blog)|