The F-22 is available as three different models as follows:

F-22 – the standard model with limited options, and ready to go sailing once sails and safety gear are added. This is the high volume production version, and to be built in a lower cost area for the best value.

F-22S – the premium standard model, with more options available, and being built in New Zealand.  Limited volume only.

F-22R – a higher performance premium model, with a taller mast and also being built in New Zealand. Limited volume only.

All models will have the exact same hulls, beams, and folding system. The only difference being a higher level of fitout possible for NZ built boats, which will also come with Ian Farrier’s signature inside.

Dimensions (may be subject to change):

L.O.A………………………………. 22′ 11″ (7.0m)
B.O.A………………………………. 18′ 1″ (5.52m)
L.W.L………………………………. 22′ 3″ (6.78m)
Folded beam………………………. 8′ 2 1/2″ – 8′ 6″ (2.5 – 2.59m) depending on legal max. at final location
Approx. bare weight …………… 1300 – 1500lbs (590 – 680kg) depending on model
Float Displacement……………….3078lbs (1399kg)
F-22 Mast Length…………………31.5′ (9.6m)
F-22R Mast Length………………35.4′ (10.8m)
Outboard……………………………..4 – 8HP (max. recommended weight 30kg/66lbs

F-22 Sail Areas
Main & jib…… 328sq.ft (30.5sq.m.)
Screacher………262sq.ft. (24.34sq.m.)

F-22R Sail Areas
Main & jib…….389sq.ft. (36.14sq.m.)
Screacher………315sq.ft. (29.26sq.m.)
Spinnaker………611q.ft. (56.76sq.m.)

Draft (board up)…………………. 12″ (0.31m)
Draft (board down)…………….. 4′ 11″ (1.51m)
Interior Headroom ……………….5′ 4″ (1.64m), 6′ 2″ (1.88m) with optional “pop top”
Main cabin width………………….7′ 2″ (2.19m)
Height on trailer……………………8′ 8″ (2.64m) (will depend on trailer used)


NPG Gelcoat – the most water resistant gelcoat available, and backed with vinylester/epoxy resin under waterline, and isophtalic polyesters elsewhere

Foam Core sandwich construction throughout, with double bias or bi-axial glass fabrics. Carbon fiber is used selectively in highly stressed areas, while main hull keel is reinforced with Kevlar, both sides of core. This helps stiffen the hull for rig loads, plus is an excellent barrier against hull penetration should boat go on rocks. The gold colored Kevlar can be seen in below photo.

Resin Infused – all parts are fully resin infused under a high vacuum which draws the resin through the various reinforcing fabrics and perforated foam core simultaneously, giving aerospace quality laminates. 

Reinforcement – All reinforcements, either glass or carbon, are a stitched fabric (not woven) with either double bias or biaxial fiber orientation

Core – PVC foam core is used, with high density inserts where required for all fittings. All exposed core edges are de-cored and filled.

Seamless Float Construction – floats are clean and smooth, and the internal join system makes them the strongest available.

No Interior Liners – heavy gelcoated hull liners are avoided to minimize excess weight, and allow easy access to structure and all fittings for maintenance. 


A computerized assembly procedure is used for all parts, which means every operation is specified, in a step by step sequence, with each step then being signed off as completed in one master guide for each boat. 

Construction begins with over 50 colorized lamination guides, detailing each individually colored reinforcement, to ensure nothing can be overlooked.

Highly detailed construction checklists (over 90 pages) then guide all subsequent assembly procedures, specifying each task, and when and how it should be accomplished.

Quality is checked at every step, and again with a final 147 item Checklist. Even the shipping procedure on trailer or the shipping cradle is guided by a Checklist to avoid any problems in transit or delivery.


Beams are a carbon/glass composite, with multiple layers of carbon fiber unidirectional, top and bottom. Fully resin infused with a vinylester/epoxy resin to optimize structural properties. 

 The Latest Third Generation Beams have folding strut pivot points integrated, with metal brackets eliminated – stronger and eliminates corrosion problems. The new integrated wingnet lashing eyes eliminate 36 stainless saddle eyes and 72 stainless fasteners. Simply the most modern and advanced folding beams available.

The innovative new beam shape also minimizes drag, while trapping and directing any spray down and under the beams, for a drier boat.


The F-22 incorporates the latest third generation Farrier Folding System™, with less intrusion into cabin, giving more interior room, plus exterior is cleaner with no open ‘foot traps’ in the deck.

Third Generation Compression Pads transfer inward compression loads from beams into hull.  Now being on top of the beams they are fully visible and accessible for easy adjustment as required. These eliminate any beam creaking that may occur with earlier designs (annoying but harmless) where compression pads are difficult to see or adjust.

Folding Struts™ – CNC machined high strength aluminum struts, with over size Type 316 stainless steel pins and custom high strength plastic bushings. 

Self-Draining Anchor Well with optional vents in aft wall, which can be used to ventilate interior with dry air through well, even when raining

Self-Draining Cockpit – storage lockers both sides, while the boomless traveler is located well aft for an uncluttered cockpit. A new aft mast support has now been added which can stay in place all the time and also act as a stern rail. Cockpit lockers are also larger


The following items are included as standard on the F-22, F-22S and F-22R. Only sails & safety gear need to be added for sailing.

Contrasting Color Non-Skid – with a user friendly stick-on pattern, and excellent grip. Very easy to repair

Stainless Bow Pulpit side mounted to provide extra width, and more clearance for jib, which allows the best sail shape most of the time. Can also be slid further outwards for extra anchor storage in special brackets. Netting or lashing can be used in the open side areas if wished. Pulpit sides are also easily removable for racing if required.

Through Bolted 6” Mooring Cleat with two fairleads each side of bow.

Foredeck Hatch – Low profile Lewmar SZ 50 hatch (350 x 480 opening).
Standard on F-22S and F-22R, but optional on F-22

Float Deck Hatches – Two Sopac 360 x 460mm (14 x 18”) rectanglar hatches, and two Armstrong round hatches

Forward Mast Trailering Support – holds the mast securely in the trailering position. Removable when not required

Main Cabin Side Windows – in tinted acrylic 

Pop-top Hatch – lifts up for full standing headroom, plus being multidirectional it can also slide forward, and be semi raised as shown. 

Companionway Hatch Boards – in tinted acrylic and more open than shown.

Wing Nets: Heavy duty open mesh black nets, with end lashing gaps covered by beam spray flanges for better safety.

Harken 20.2PTP Aluminum Winches – two are standard on F-22R, but optional on the F-22 and F-22S

Lewmar D1 Clutches for halyards on mast base where required

Mast Rotation Controls: for positive control of mast rotation – F-22 has a 1 : 1 system, while F-22S and F-22R come with a 2 : 1 system as standard.

Harken R27 Traveler System for boomless mainsail (standard) with HK 1628 car and HK 2730 ends. The optional side mounted outboard shown is easy to reach and tilts well clear of water.

Harken Mainsheet System – 6 : 1 & 12 : 1 fine tune using Harken blocks 2604, 2140, 2616, and 2650.

Ronstan RC72540 Jib Sheet Tracks and leads with provision for 2 : 1 sheeting (for F-22 without winches)

Aft Mast Support – supports mast while trailering, with a roller for easy mast moving. The mast spreaders will also clear the roller assembly so there is no need to lift them over when rolling back, allowing raising to be done single-handed. Aft mast support can be left in place while sailing, which helps secure the stern area, plus makes a great place to hang a life buoy. The new style shown is stainless steel, it’s lighter, doubles as a stern rail, and can also be used as a boarding ladder. The mast rollers just lift off when not needed.

Aft cockpit area is now more open, being lighter, and allowing better use of the storage area under the seats with either netting or shelving

Daggerboard – high aspect tapered carbon/glass & foam composite for maximum efficiency and reliability. A ‘kick back’ centerboard is optional.

Daggerboard Rudder – carbon/glass all composite construction. Precision PETP bearings are used to eliminate slop.

Outboard Bracket – A fixed outboard bracket is standard for the F-22, and this is bolted to a molded pod on hull side. A pivoting outboard bracket (as shown above) adds variable prop depth and tilt height when required. This is standard on the F-22S and F-22R, and an option for the F-22.

Safety Gear Container – in hull side at aft end of main cabin where it is well protected and always accessible from inside and outside via an Armstrong hatch.

Type 316 Stainless Steel Fasteners are used on all fittings, to eliminate the rust staining that can be common with Type 304. 

Insulated Fasteners – All stainless steel fasteners are insulated from aluminum by nylon or acetal washers, or a bedding compound in order to prevent corrosion


F-22 and F-22S Alloy Rotating Mast – standard aluminum mast is 9.6m (31.5′) long

F-22R Alloy Rotating Wing Mast – 10.8m (35.4′) long, and a Southern Spars carbon wing mast is now optional

Custom Mast Step – all carbon deck step for both alloy or carbon masts for minimal corrosion and a lower weight. Mast foot is aluminum, and mast rotation is automatic in most conditions, rotation controls not being essential.

The key internal halyards use rope clutches mounted on rotating mast foot, which allows these halyards to be led directly to a winch when required (as shown) with no need for any deck turning blocks (less deck clutter). Unused halyards or control lines can just be led into the cabin as shown, to keep them tidy, or they can be stored in mesh bags velcroed to the pop-top roof or its aft edge. These can then just be flipped up forward onto the pop-top when a clear hatchway is required.

Messenger lines are included in the mast for other halyards (if not ordered). F-22RS deck layout shown, with optional spinnaker tack line clutch.

All Synthetic Stays with Colligo Deadeyes – eliminates stainless steel wire, saving weight, and avoiding the damage wire can do to the boat when rigging or de-rigging.

Stay Tensioners : Shown in photo above – not always necessary, as rotating masts usually have a slack rig, to allow mast to rotate. However, they are needed to sail jib only in order to keep the rig tight enough to support jib. Main only does not need them, but tensioners are still useful to take out any unwanted slop in leeward stay, plus can they can be eased off when needed to make mast rotation or folding easier.

Mast Raising Video

Single-Handed Mast Setup – The mast step system is designed for easy single-handed mast raising using the supplied Mast Raising Anchors that just clip onto cabin sides. Mast can be raised on the trailer, or on the water.

Mast Lowering Video

Mast Raising Pole – coupled with the raising wires to cabin side anchors makes raising mast easy. Two additional light lines from raising pole to specially located eyes on the side of anchors makes it even easier, as mast foot will automatically align with pivot ball, as mast is fully raised.

Mast Raising On the Water – a special block assembly just clips onto bow, and allows mast to be raised on the water (while folded or unfolded), by using a cabin top winch. Trailer winch is used on the trailer.


Forward Double berth – 2m + (6.5′) long and with ample room for two. Large storage area underneath.

Two side Settee Berths: extend aft into quarterberth areas on each side of cockpit.

Storage Areas : located behind settee seat backs plus molded recess areas for optional stove and sink unitsStorage Under Cockpit : for ice box, and this area can also be used as an extra berth, with an added panel

Interior Finish: Acrylic Paint


Sailing Manual – Latest 2014 version For F-22 as written by Ian Farrier, and updated frequently online.

Beam Bolt Ratchet Wrench 

Tool Kit – set of tools plus a selection of spare parts

Assembly Plans – every F-22 will come with a detailed set of plans (in color) showing interior layout, deck layout, and how to assemble boat after it is removed from container.

Aft Cabin, and Cuddy Cabin Options will be coming in the future – more details once available.

F-22R & F-22XR  

The F-22R is a racing version of the F-22, with a simple basic interior, while F-22XR is a more restricted class racing version. Main differences are as follows: 


Rudder – has 200mm (8”) longer blade

Daggerboard – is all carbon

Mast – taller 10.8m (35’ 5”) aluminum wing mast (carbon wing mast now optiona).

Spinnaker – is an available optional


Will be the dedicated class racing version of the F-22, and is currently still under development


These are available at additional cost, as listed in more detail on the separate Price List

Fully Battened Mainsail and Jib – roller furling boomless main with battens, 2 reefs, & bolt rope luff. Main can be rolled up for easy storage once sailing is complete (see video). Photo shows main partly furled, and reefing controls can be quickly added at this stage. The furling ability keeps the main neat and tidy and under full control when reefed – there is no need for any sail ties.

Mainsail Furling Video

Jib Furling Video

Roller Furling Jib – with KZ furler and mounted to chainplate below deck, so only minimal sail area lost when a furler is fitted. The furling line runs aft along deck, to pass under forward beam, and then up through wing net lashing area to be anchored to aft beam by a bungy cord, and cleated in a supplied Harken cleat on cockpit seat edge. Keeps deck clean and free from clutter.

Note that the furling jib does not need a halyard, and connects directly to mast, eliminating jib halyard and clutch. This was done on boat #1 and worked very well, to where it is now standard with furled jibs.

The furling jib then acts as the forestay (another line eliminated), modern furler systems coupled with a structural anti-torque line being strong enough for this. Jib can still be lowered should the need ever arise, by having a zipper luff, with an internal luff halyard.

Note that F-22 masts will still come setup with a jib halyard sheave and a separate forestay pin above as is traditional, allowing use of a separate forestay (synthetic) with a traditional ‘hanked on’ jib, once a jib halyard and clutch is added

Bow Pole – with integrated fittings. Required for either screacher or spinnaker. F-22 pole shown, while F-22R pole outer end is extended out for spinnaker. Pole can pivot up to be out of the way.

Screacher – roller furling with KZ furler (F-22) or Colligo furler (F-22R) and sheeting to strap around aft beam. This allows sheeting angle to be easily adjusted.

Screacher Control kit: halyard, Lewmar D1 clutch, furler (Colligo 1.5 or KZ1), cleats, sheets, and sheet blocks.

Asymmetric Spinnaker: (F-22R only) 

Spinnaker Control kit: halyard, tack line, two Lewmar D1 clutches, cleats, & blocks, and sheets (also to aft beam)

Kick-Up Centerboard can kick back when going aground – offset case gives more room inside

Centerboard fully down at left, and retracted at right for minimal drag.

Bow Nets with very open weave netting

Performance Package – For more efficient controls. Includes: Barber haulers, masthead Windex, tiller extension (several options). 

Bow Side Windows – these give more light inside, plus a view forward from the cabin. Optional for F-22, standard on F-22S and F-22R

High Folded stability: This is very good when fully folded, as shown above. But care should always be taken with an R rig in strong cross winds. If ever concerned, then use the widest folded position, or unfold one float.

Trailer – This is a high quality ‘state of the art’ trailer to perfectly match the boat. It has an galvanized steel frame, while cradle, winch post and mudguards are all fiberglass.

Features include alloy winch, alloy jockey wheel, alloy 13” wheels, override disk brakes, separate removable lights, spare wheel.

Length – 6.7m (22′)
Weight 310 – 330kg (680 – 720lbs)
Capacity 1100kg (2400lbs)
Wheels – 13″ (330mm)
Tires – 165R13LT 600mm dia.


The trailer is very user friendly, with its well carpeted fiberglass bed, making it very hard to damage boat when being launched or retrieved. It may not yet be approved for some markets, and this may be required for the first trailers to arrive in a particular country. However, a local trailer or running gear can also be used, it being easy to convert most power boat trailers. Conversion plans now at http://www.f-boat.com/F-22Trailer

A new boat being hosed down at the ramp after test launching. Note plenty of clearance for the towing SUV. This is the original #1 factory trailer, and has had the drawbar extended to just the right length. All subsequent trailers come at this length.

Shipping Cradle – this is the actual fiberglass bed from the trailer, and it can be converted into a wheeled launching dolly, or eventually a full trailer from plans (still in process) after the boat has been delivered. A cradle is not required when a trailer is ordered.

Outboard – Yamaha 6 or 8 (only available for NZ delivered boats at present).

Lifting Eyes – four Wichard 6684 fold down pad eyes, with one at each corner of main cabin, for lifting boat into water

Anchor Package – Galvanixed S13 Danforth, or Manson R4 Racer (aluminum) with 10’ (3m) of chain & 164’ (50m) of line 

Pop-top Cover – coming – fully encloses and weatherproofs pop-top for full standing headroom while overnighting. Insect screens optional. Can be left up while sailing. Shown fitted to an F-27 in above photo.

Bimini Top – coming – also shown above behind Pop-top cover. Shades cockpit area on hot days and can also be left up while sailing. Folds back out of the way when not in use. 


Interior Cushions : Sunbrella fabrics are standard with a wide choice of colors. Custom fabrics may also be available at extra cost

Interior Cushion Blanks: Precut foam for covering with your own choice of fabric.

Stainless Steel Galley Sink Modular Unit

Converts in seconds from storage position behind seatback to the extended ‘ready for use’ position. Can also be used in the storage position

Modular Stove Unit and Two Burner Origo 3000 Alcohol Stove 

Stove fits on a modular stove unit, which can be stored away behind seatback when not in use

Marine Head: 15L Chemical Head – fits under aft end of forward bunk, centerboard version shown

Aft bunk section lifts up for access as does forward section of starboard seat. Head can be screened off as shown below

Bi-fold Screen is stored under starboard seat, and this can then unfold for head area privacyELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Battery Shelf – ready to install battery (not supplied)
Battery Switch
Switch Panel – 4 Switch Panel & a lighter socket
Cabin Lighting – Three LED lights
Navigation Lights – LED navigation lights on mounted on bow (removable)
White Stern Light – LED navigation light

Note: Some items or systems depicted in photos at this time may not be the final version, or photos can show non standard items. Specifications may also be subject to change at any time.

Warranty: There is a 5 year structural warranty for the hulls, beams, and folding system, and a ten year warranty against blistering.
All other items have a 1 year limited warranty. Full Warranty Terms And Conditions


New Zealand designed and built boats have always been widely recognized as high quality premium craft, with a world wide reputation for craftsmanship, and numerous winning world racers have been built in NZ, including many America’s Cup boats.

Farrier designed F-boats also have a world wide reputation for quality, and their resale value has long been one of the best in the sailboat world. NZ F-22s are thus being built by a highly skilled work force, and under the personal supervision of Ian Farrier which is going to be a hard to beat combination. All New Zealand built F-boats also come with Ian Farrier’s signature inside.