The Classic Yacht Register of Heritage – Database of the worlds Vintage, Classic and Grand Prix (Spirit of Tradition) sailboats. Registry includes surviving, and destroyed vessels with historical, known racing, and ownership history for educational purposes. Registry inclusion is either by vessel’s historical significance, invitation or request.
Eligibility Requirements – Vintage and Classic full keeled (or keel-centerboard), monohull, displacement yachts designed in or before 1967, construction to include either steel / aluminum / grp and wooden yachts. Grand Prix Divisions – Include all Spirit of Tradition Yachts as well as those classics which are either equipped for, or are competing at, a much higher level than traditional vintage classics construction to include either steel / aluminum / grp and wooden yachts. designed in 1968 or later. Designs whose intent is to evoke the look and feel of a vintage classic.
The Wall of Remembrance
A New Important Classification within each vessels profile that recognizes the dedicated preservation, stewardship and celebrity of all the men and women that have sailed on these legendary icons. All helping to preserve and add to the historical significance of these vessels for future generation to come.
There are 17 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
Cambria - Forerunner of the J-Class Yachts - Launched in May 1928 Cambria was the first of a new generation of Big class cutters. - LOA: 135′ 0″ * LOD: 111′ 0″ * LWL: 78′ 0″ * Beam: 20′ 5″ * Draft: 9′ 3″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 162 Tonnes - Sail Area: 8,270 sq ft * Yard Number: 758 * Hull material: Steel * Rig: Bermudan Cutter * Designer: William Fife III * Type: 23 Metre Class * Built by: William Fife & Son, Fairlie * Year Built: 1928 * Restored By: Fairlie Restorations * Current Name: Cambria * Original Owner: Sir William Berry * Current Owner: 2004- Cambria Yachts Limited * Sail Number: K4
Caper - Built for Commodore Irving Pratt of the New York Yacht Club to the CCA Rule. - Sail Number: 474- Type: Auxiliary Sloop - LOA: 56’3″ / 17.14m - LWL: 40’0″ / 12.19m - Beam: 12’0″ / 3.65m - Draft: 8’3” / 2.51m - Design Number: 661 - Designer: Philip L. Rhodes - Original Owner: H. Irving Pratt (1961-63 Commodore, New York Yacht Club ) - Current Owner: B. Hunt Lawrence - Year Launched: 1957 - Built By: Thomas Knutson Shipbuilding, Halesite NY: Informational - Hull Material: Wood - Displacement: 37 Tons - Sail Area: 1,488 sq ft - Engine: Volvo 78 hp diesel - Documentation Number: 274269
Capricia - Designed to the RORC rule, having been owned by two owners, with the last owner, Gianni Agnelli, donating her to the Italian Navy. She is actively campaigned at the Mediterranean Classic Regatta Circuit. - LOA: 74′ 0″ - LWL: 54′ 0″ - Beam: 16′ 6″ - Draft: 10′ 3″ - Design Number: 1645 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 104,960 lbs - Sail Area: 2,735 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Bengt Plym, Sweden - Original Owner: Einar Hansen, Malmo Sweden - Current Owner: Marina Militare - Launched: 1963 - Sail Number:
Cara Mia - Type: New York 30 - Class: Vintage - CRF Rating 31.4 - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Original Rig: J&M - Hull Number: 639 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Stuyvesant Wainwright - Built: 1905 - Restored By: Taylor & Snediker - Original Price: $4,200 - Boat Location: Newport, RI - Current Name: Cara Mia - Current Owner: - Sail Number: NY 14
Cara Mia (Q-Class)
Cara Mia (Q-Class) - The longest Q ever built, CARA MIA was designed by Frank Paine and built by Lawley. Eighteen Qs were built for Marblehead racing which lasted for eleven years. - LOA: 53’0″ / 16.15m - LWL: 35’3″ / 10.75m - Beam: 8’10” / 2.46m - Draft: 7’0” / 2.13m - Hull Number: - Designer: Frank C. Paine - Original Owner: Harold S. Wheelock - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1929 - Built By: George F. Lawley & Son - Hull Material: Wood - Gross Displacement: - Sail Area: 883 sq ft - Sail Number: Q15
Cecile Marie - International Superyacht Society Awards 2004 Best Sailing Yacht 36m+ Winner. International Superyacht Society Awards 2004
Best Sail Interior Winner. - LOA: 130.97 / 39.92m * LOD: 128.37 / 39.13m * LWL: 128.38 / 39.92m * Beam: 26.08 / 7.95m * Draft: 12.43 / 3.79m * Ballast: 153,000lbs * Displacement: 396,830lbs * Sail Area: 379 m2 * Yard Number: 377 * Hull material: Coros “Alustar” Temper Aluminum for hull plating * Rig: Ketch * Designer: Exterior Bruce King / Interior Rhoades Young Design * Built by: Royal Huisman Shipyard, Holland * Year Launched: 2003 * Restored By: * Current Name: Maria Cattiva * Original Owner: * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:
Cherokee - Specifications: - LOA: 37′ 3″ - LWL: 23′ 4″ - Beam: 6′ 5″ - Draft: 5′ 5″ - Design Number: 10 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: 455 sq ft - Sail Number: US53 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island NY - Original Owner: Herman F. Whiton
Current Owner: - Current Location:
Clarionet - Type: - One Tonner - Light displacement 6.4 tonnes, with a separate keel and rudder. Along with her sister ship “Roundabout” – referred to as the “Terrible Twins” in Olin Steven’s “LINES a half century of yacht designs” - “Clarionet” - LOA: 36′ 10″ - LWL: 26′ 9″ - Beam: 9′ 1″ - Draft: 6′ 2″ - Design Number: 1857 - Rig: Bermudan Sloop - Displacement: 6.44 Tonnes - Sail Area: - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Clare Lallow Yard of Cowes, England - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Sam Laidlaw and Rob Gray - Launched: 1966 - Sail Number: K 195
Comet - Type: Six Metre - Two sister ships were built at the same time by Henry B. Nevins, City Island N.Y, the other “Six” being Meteor, and both were launched in 1930.
Adapted in 1949 as a fast cruiser by the well known Portuguese shipyard – J.S. Brites.
Now with new engine Yanmar 9 Hp (2008) - Arabela ex, Silroc ex, Sunday - LOA: 37′ 6″ - LWL: 23′ 0″ - Beam: 6′ 4″ - Draft: 5′ 4″ - Design Number: 8 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 5.906 Kg - Sail Area: 466 sq ft - Sail Number: US48 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island NY - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Current Location: Portugal - Launched: 1930
Coral Of Cowes
Coral Of Cowes - Spent her first 40 years of her life racing in Cowes, and many time competing against King George V’s yacht, winning numerous times. During World War II, 26 tons of lead from her keel was used to make bombs and bullets. - LOA: 96.00′ / 29.26m * LOD: 80.00′ / 24.40m * LWL: 64.00′ / 19.50m * Beam: 15.00′ / 4.57m * Draft: 11.00′ / 3.35m * Ballast: * Displacement: 75T * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: 2 inch thick Rangoon teak planks laid over 5 inch square English oak frames with bronze fastenings. * Rig: Original Yawl * Designer: Fred Shepherd * Built by: White Brothers, Southampton, UK * Year Built: 1902 * Restored By: * Current Name: Coral Of Cowes * Original Owner: * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: Richard Oswald * Sail Number:
Cori I - During 1912 John Alden designed a knockabout sailboat as a fleet racer for the sailors of the Corinthian Yacht Club of Marblehead, Massachusetts. - Type: Corinthian One-Design - LOA: 24’9″ / 7.58m - LWL: 15’0″ / 4.57m - Beam 6.1′ / 1.85m - Draft 4’11” / 1.25m - Hull Number: 31b(c)(d) - Designer: John G. Alden - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Allan Brouillet - Year Designed: 1913 - Built By: Stearns & McKay, Marblehead, MA - Hull Material: 11/16″ cedar planking, oak frames - Gross Displacement: - Ballast: 1,200 lbs (iron) - Sail Number: - Sail Area: 310 sq ft - Contract Cost: $550.00
Corinthian One-Design - Designed by John. G. Alden for the Corinthian Yacht Club, Marblehead, Massachusetts, and built between the years 1912-1913 by Stearns and McKay - LOA: 24’9″ / 7.58m - LWL: 15’0″ / 4.57m - Beam 6.1′ / 1.85m - Draft 4’11” / 1.25m - Hull Number: 31b(c)(d) - Designer: John G. Alden - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Year First Built: 1912 - Built By: Stearns & McKay, Marblehead, MA - Hull Material: 11/16″ cedar planking, oak frames - Gross Displacement: - Ballast: 1,200 lbs (iron) - Sail Number: - Sail Area: 310 sq ft - Contract Cost: $550.00
Coronet - a 131-foot (40 m) schooner, was designed by William Townsend and built for Rufus T. Bush by the C. & R. Poillon shipyard in Brooklyn. - Sail Number: - Type: Schooner - LOA: 190″0″ / 57.91m - LOD: 133″0″ / 40.53m - Beam: 27’0″ / 8.22m - Draft: 12’0” / 3.65m - Designed by: William Townsend - Original Owner: Rufus T. Bush - Current Owner: International Yacht Restoration School (IYRS) - Port: Newport, Rhode Island - Year Launched: August 17, 1885 - Built By: C. & R. Poillon Shipyard, Brooklyn, N.Y. - Hull Material: Wood - Displacement: 75 tons - Sail Area: 8,500 ft2 / 789.67 m2 - Engine: - National Register of Historic Places: Schooner Coronet - Coronet Restoration Blog: Coronet1885.com
Cresta III - Owned for many years by Will Buchan, one of the original yachts to compete in Nantucket’s Opera House Cup. - LOA: 52’1″ / 15.91m - LWL: 36’0″ / 10.97m - Beam 12’2″ / 3.71m - Draft 8’0” / 2.43m - Design Number: 1034 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Original Owner: Cristian Fischbacher, Switzerland - Current Owner: Steve Kloeblen? - Year Built: 1953 - Built By: Abeking & Rasmussen, Lemwerder, Germany - Hull Material: Laminated White Oak Frames on Mahogany Planking - Gross Displacement: 38,900 lbs - Ballast: 15,900 lbs - Sail Area: 1,342 sq ft
Cuilaun - George McGruer Cuilaun was built at the McGruer boatyard on the Clyde in 1970, for an American who still sails her in the waters of Maine, East Coast USA. - LOD: 55’0″ / 16.76m - LWL: 34’6″ / 10.54m - Beam: 12’10” / 3.68m - Draft: 8’0″ / 2.43m - Displacement: 46000 - Designer: George McGruer - Original Owner:
Current Owner: M.P.O’Flaherty & B.P. Smullen - - Year Built: 1970 - Built By: Peel McGruer & Co., Clynder, Scotland - Hull Material: - Sail Number: G BR 1988 T - Sail Area: - Documentation: 705996
Cumulus - LOA: 26’0″ / 7.92m - LWL: 22’0″ / 6.70m - Beam: 7’0″ / 2.13m - Draft: 4’6” / 1.37m - Hull Number: M213 - Designer: Ed Monk Sr. - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Graham Wheelock - Year Built: 1947 - Built By: Wrang Shipyard, Bellingham Washington - Hull Material: Carvel construction with Port Orford Cedar planking bronze fasteners - Gross Displacement: 4000 - Sail Number: M213 - Sail Area: 232 sq. ft
Curlew III - was the largest, at the time, steel sailing yacht built in the United States, during the postwar period. Curlew III was built with tandem centerboards which allows her to achieve perfect balance under all sail combinations. - LOA: 97’7″ – LOD: – LWL: 72’6″ – Beam: 23’7″ – Designed Draft: 6’6″ (Tandem boards up) / 8’10” (Boards down) – Ballast: – Displacement: 112 Tons – Sail Area: 3.375 sq ft – Design Number: #663 – Hull material: Steel – Rig: Ketch – Designer: Rhodes, Cox & Stevens, Inc – Built by: Burger Boat Company, Manitowoc Wisconsin – Year Launched: November 18, 1957 – Restored By: – Current Name: – Original Owner: D.C. Ellwood – Contract Price: – Current Owner: – Sail Number: – Official Number: 275492