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 Fame
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 3 names in this directory beginning with the letter Q.
Q4 - The International 210 was drawn by Fenwick Williams, under the guidance of C. Raymond Hunt. Designed to be a bigger drier boat than the 110s. - Sail Number: 444 - Type: International 210 - LOA: 29’10” - Beam: 5’10” - Draft: 3’10” - Ballast: 1,175 lbs - Displacement: 2300 lbs - Designed: C. Raymond Hunt - Sail Plan: Main, Jib, Spin - Spinnaker: Conventional - Upwind sail area: 305 sq ft - Spinnaker sail area: - Hull material: Double Curvature 3/8 “Harborite” Plywood bent over laminated oak frames. - Crew: 3 - Original Contract Price: 1,275 – 1,500 w/o sails - Approximate number built: 462 - Pledge of Yachts: Registered Member
Quakeress III - Type: Buzzard Bay 30 - Class: Vintage - Ordered by the Beverly, Massachusetts, Yacht Club and were raced as a class. Three 30s (Young Miss, Lady M, and Quakeress III) were restored by French and Webb in Belfast, Maine, and all three were launched in time for the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta in 2008. - LOA: 46′ 6″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 10″ - Draft: 5′ 3″ - Hull Number: 565 - Rig: Gaff-Rigged Sloop - Displacement: 20160 - Sail Area: 1,400 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Built By: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol, RI - Original Owner: - Current Owner: NGH Restoration LLC - Current Location: - Built: 1902 - Documentation or State Reg. Number.: 20636 - Number of Engines: 1
Quiet Tune - Type L.F. Herreshoff Ketch - Class: Vintage - L. Francis Herreshoff designed the classic sailboat Quiet Tune for an owner who wanted a daysailer and was not interested in cruising. Both owner and designer wanted a versatile sailplan and choose a ketch rig. Similar in appearance to “Araminta” a slightly larger version with a clipper bow. - LOA: 29′ 6″ * LOD: 29′ 6″ * LWL: 25′ 0″ * Beam: 7′ 10″ * Draft: 4′ 6″ * Displacement: * Displacement: * Sail Area: * Design Number: 82 * Yard Number: * Rig: Ketch * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff *
Built by: Hodgson Bros., East Boothbay, Maine * Year Built: 1945 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Current Owner: * Sail Number: * Original Owner Edwin M. Hill