McCONAGHY Classic 67

The combination of the classic styling of Hoek Design, with the benefits of a performance cruising yacht.

McConaghy Classic 67 Overview

Hoek Design and McConaghy Boats have joined forces to create a truly modern classic 67' sloop. The McConaghy Classic 67 is the big sister to the 57' and features classic Hoek styling with a hull optimized for fast cruising and a light filled interior outfitted with modern equipment. The 67 has the benefit of a crew berth forward. Built to McConaghy's high standards you will find all the detail one expects from McConaghy; optimized foils, carbon rig, carbon fiber reinforcement in the hull, through to superior joinery fit and finish.
  • LOA 20.40
  • Beam 4.75
  • Standard Sail Area 205m²
  • Cabins 3


McCONAGHY classic 67 deck plan
A semi-production yacht, the McConaghy Classic 67 can be customised to create a truly unique yacht that will stand apart from the rest.
McCONAGHY classic 67 plan
The extra space of the McConaghy Classic 67 allows for a crew berth positioned in the bow, complete with separate heads and shower.
McCONAGHY classic 67
The Classic 67 takes full advantage of modern day materials to offer advanced performance and lightweight characteristics not usually associated with a classically styled yacht. This includes a composite hull reinforced with carbon, carbon steering wheel and carbon rig.


  • Manufacturer McConaghy
  • Model Classic 67
  • Designer Hoek Design
  • Base Price 1798000
  • On the Water Price 1917871
  • Typical Final Price
  • LOA 20.40
  • Hull Length 20.40
  • LWL 14.15
  • Maximum Beam 4.75
  • Cruising Speed
  • Maximum Speed
  • Maximum Range
  • Dry (Light) Weight
  • Displacement 23.0 tons
  • Category of Sailing cruiser
  • Maximum Power Available 110 hp
  • Standard Sail Area 205m²
  • Berths 4
  • Cabins 3
  • Standard Fuel Capacity 300 liters
  • Standard Water Capacity 250 liters


Graham Laver Lagoon Brand Manager

Graham Laver

McCONAGHY Brand manager

Graham has worked in the marine industry since qualifying as a marine engineer ’94, after which he ran the yacht sales and charter management division of a large charter company for 13 years.

During this time Graham saw the explosion in popularity of catamaran sailing at first hand, so jumped at the opportunity to specialise in multihull sales for Ancasta in 2007. He has raced and cruised extensively on cats and monos of all kinds and has enjoyed two transatlantic crossings.

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