Includes lifting roof.
Fin keel version: Draft: 1.1m / 3.6 ft.; ballast: 315 kg / 695 lbs.

The back decker was initially built (from late 1973 to early 1976) with a long berth.
In 1976, the heyday of the Neptun 22, the balance rudder and the model variant of the Dinett were developed.
Neptun has made various upgrades throughout the years and continues to build the 22 to this day (2021).

LOA including bowsprit (which is on a hinge and can be raised to save length in a marina) : 10m / 32.75ft
A Bermudian rigged version was called the Adventure 26.

LOA including retractable bow sprit: 8.6m / 28.25ft

Hull length: 6.5m / 21.33 ft.
Recommended outboard 5-9 hp.
Available with 8 hp diesel inboard.

Inboard Diesel engine available as an option.
Originally the MENGER CAT 19.

Originally built by Menger Boat Works (1990 – 2004) and called the MENGER CAT 23

SA =
Main – 155 sqft / 14.4 sqm
Jib – 50 sqft / 4.65 sqm
Staysail – 60 sqft / 5.57 sqm
Topsail – 40 sqft / 3.72 sqm

Originally built with marine ply by Westerly Boats (UK) which became Cornish Crabber.
Early boats had Sole engines but Yanmars were most often used. 8-18 hp

Also Available as centerboard only.

Designed by Charles Purbrook in 1949.
Construction choice of Iroko, Elm or Mahogany.
Available with bilge keel.
*Specs from Sailing Boats of the World edited by Rhonda Budd. ©1974