Infinity was in some ways a standard design approach for Holland, with a reasonably high freeboard, masthead rig, medium displacement and a flush deck, which was not dissimilar to many of her competitors during that era. She featured a straighter transom than his previous designs which arguably gave the yacht a more elegant appearance than some of Holland's earlier boats that had a pronounced curve in the transom profile. Infinity sailed in the 1983 SORC with a rating of 36.2ft IOR, and this was reduced slightly for the 1984 series to 36.1ft.
|Infinity and Ichiban cross tacks during the 1984 SORC|
|Infinity at the Truman Annex after the Ft Lauderdale to Key West race in early 1982, with Aries alongside (left), and Locura and Rolling Time (right) (photographer unknown)|
|Infinity goes into a death roll (photographer unknown)|