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 15 names in this directory beginning with the letter T.
Tabasco Type: New York 30 - Class: Vintage - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Original Rig: J&M - Hull Number: 632 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Henry F. Lippitt - Built: 1905 - Original Price: $4,200 - Boat Location: New Bedford, MA - Current Name: Helen - Current Owner: - Sail Number: NY 7
Talisman - On 28th September 1920, TALISMAN was launched under the personal supervision of her designer Henry Rasmussen, a sailing friend of Herr Schroder, her commissioning owner. She was the first steel sailing yacht to be built by Abeking & Rasmussen – a gaff rigged ketch of 18.6 meters and 37 tons in the class “Touren-creuzer” – and without an engine. - LOA: 76′ 7″ / 23.37m – LOD: 63′ 6″ / 19.35m – LWL: 49′ 0″ / 14.93m – Beam: 13′ 0″ / 3.96m – Draft: 8′ 0″ / 2.43 – Displacement: C 35 tons – Sail Area: – Design Number: – Rig: Original Gaff Ketch Since 1955 Bermudian ketch – Designer: Henry Rasmussen – Built by: Abeking & Rasmussen – Original Owner: Herr Schroder – Year Built: 1920 – Boat Location: Sweden – Current Name: – Current Owner: – Sail Number:
Tejst - Designed was basis of the D-canoe, using modern materials, advanced construction technology and high quality standards, with an emphasis on speed with good manageability. Cockpit, sail handling and trimming features are planned for maximum ease of use. - Type: D-Canoe Variant - LOA: 19.68′ / 6.0m - LWL: 18.89′ / 5.76m - - Beam: 4.92′ / 1.5m - Draft: .52′ / .16m – 4.23′ / 1.29m - Keel: Centerboard - Designer: Torsten Sörvik - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Built By: Sörvik Boat & Wood (SBT), in central Gothenburg. - Gross Displacement: 837 lbs / 380kg - Ballast: 396 lbs / 180kg - Mast: Carbon - Sail Area: 139.9 sq ft / 13m2 - Sail Number:
Tempest - The Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest, refer their area as the “Evergreen Playground” and appropriately this class was named for this special locale. The Evergreen Class was sponsored by Seattle’s Corinthian Yacht Club, looking for a capable yacht that could hold its own against the 6-metres and the PC’s on Sunday afternoons, yet capable enough to cruise this vast scenic waterway. - Type: Evergreen Class - Tempest Specifications: - LOA: 36.00′ / 10.97m - LOD: 36.00′ / 10.97m - LWL: 24.00′ / 7.32m - Beam: 7.33′ / 2.23m - Draft: 5.00′ / 1.52m - Displacement: 7600 lbs./ 3447 kgs - Sail Area: 472 sq ft / 43.85 m2 - Hull Number: - Hull material: Roplene - Rig: Fractional Sloop - Designer: Philip Rhodes - Built by: Eden Boatworks - Year Built: 1948 - Location: Port Townsend, United States
Thendara - Sir Arthur Young, one of Scotland’s leading yachtsmen, commissioned the legendary Alfred Mylne to design her. Built and launched the following year by the Clydeside yard of Alexander Stephen & Sons, she was an immediate success on the racing circuit, and went on to provide her owner and guests with many pleasurable years of cruising. - LOA: 119`7″ / 36.5m - LOD: 105`/ 32.0m - LWL: 74`8″ / 22.8m - Beam 20’0″ / 6.09m - Draft 12`9″ / 3.90m - Hull Number: - Designer: Alfred Mylne - Original Owner: Sir Arthur Young - Built: 1936 - Sail Area: 9942 square feet / 924 square metres - Sail Number:
Therapy - The Rhodes 33 was designed by Philip L. Rhodes in 1938 for class racing in Southern California. - Sail Number: - Type: Rhodes 33 - Ex; Witch - LOA: 33’8″ / 10.26m - LWL: 22’4″ / 6.80m - Beam: 6’10” / 2.08m - Draft: 5’0” / 1.52m - One Design Number: #34 - Designer: Philip L. Rhodes - Original Owner: Ray Milland, Newport Harbor Yacht Club - Current Owner: Private - Year Launched: 1946 - Built By: South Coast Boat Building Company, Newport Beach CA - Hull Material: Wood - Displacement: 5,800 lbs - Ballast: 2,950 lbs - Sail Area: 386 sq ft
Thunderhead - Thunderhead was designed to be about the same size and character as the well known Hother, more interior accommodations, more cockpit facilities, with 6" more beam and 9" more draft. - LOA: 48'9" / 14.85m - LOD: - LWL: 37' 00" / 11.27m - Beam: 13' 00" / 3.96m - Draft: 5'6" / 1.67m (Board up) 9' 11" / 3.02m (Centerboard down) - Ballast: - Displacement: 17 tons - Design Number: 720 - Hull material: Wood construction - Rig: Masthead Cutter - Designer: Rhodes - Built by: Abeking and Rasmussen - Year Built: 1961 - Original Owner: Paul Hoffman, Larchmont Yacht Club - Current Owner: Steve Ross - Sail Area: 964 ft sq (1,489 sq. ft. of working sail area) - Sail Number:
Tiana - Designed by Knud Reimers, best known for his design of square meter class yachts and the Udell International, at request of some of members of the KSSS Stockholms Royal Swedish Yacht Club. - LOA: 52’6″ / 16.00m - LWL: 39′ 0″ / 11.88m - Beam: 9’7″ / 2.92m - Draft: 6’5” / 1.95m - Hull Number: - Designer: Knud Reimers - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1978 - Original Built By: Fiskastra Varb Shipyard, Sweden - Hull Material: Fiberglass - Gross Displacement: 16534 lbs - Ballast: 6283 lbs - Sail Area: 694 sq ft / 55m² - Sail Number:
Ticonderoga - Type: L.F. Herreshoff Ketch - Class: Vintage - A legendary classic sailboat designed by L. Francis Herreshoff for the intrepid yachtsman Harry Noyes, the 72-foot, clipper-bowed ketch was originally named Tioga II of Marblehead. Her second owner bought the boat, but not the name, and while doodling with pencil emblazoned with the brand name Ticonderoga, he saw the answer that kept intact both the letters and the intent of her original name. Over the decades there’s been a series of owners, each with a story all their own — some wore her down, others bestowed lavished refits. L. Francis Herreshoff was the son of yacht designer Nat Herreshoff, often called “The Wizard of Bristol,” L. Francis, however, was an independent thinker. He demonstrated his independence by setting up shop in the design office of Burgess, Swasey & Paine, a gifted group of Boston naval architects, and arch competitors of his father. - LOA: 71′ 11″ * LOD: * LWL: 65′ 10″ * Beam: 16′ 0″ * Draft: 7′ 9″ * Displacement: 108,288 lbs * Ballast 30,750 lbs * Sail Area: 2,897 sq ft * Design Number: 66 * Yard Number: * Rig: Ketch * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff * Built by: Quincy Adams YT, YD, Inc, Quincy, Ma * Year Built: 1936 * Restored By: * Current Name: Ticonderoga * Current Owner: Scott and Icy Frantz * Original Owner Harry Noyes. -
Tilly XV - The Sonder Class laid the foundations for German yachting, and had strict rules that allowed only three non-professional crew and women were not admitted as Mitseglerinnen at this time. - Sail Number: GER 32 - Type: Sonder Class (extreme fin keel “skimming dish”) - LOA: 39’4″ / 12m - LWL: - Beam: - Draft: - Designer: Drewitz, altbewärten special class engineer - Original Owner: Prince Heinrich Von Preussen, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Prussia - Current Owner: Siegfried Rittler (1993) - Yacht Club: Deutscher Touring Yacht Club, Tutzing, Bayern - Year Launched: 1912 - Built By: Geesthacht Hamburg, Germany - Hull Material: Wood (bright) - Gross Displacement: 1830 kg - Sail Aria: 51 sq m - Sail Number: GER 32
Tioga II - Type: L.F. Herreshoff Ketch - Class: Vintage - A legendary classic sailboat designed by L. Francis Herreshoff for the intrepid yachtsman Harry Noyes, the 72-foot, clipper-bowed ketch was originally named Tioga II of Marblehead. Her second owner bought the boat, but not the name, and while doodling with pencil emblazoned with the brand name Ticonderoga, he saw the answer that kept intact both the letters and the intent of her original name. Over the decades there’s been a series of owners, each with a story all their own — some wore her down, others bestowed lavished refits.
L. Francis Herreshoff was the son of yacht designer Nat Herreshoff, often called “The Wizard of Bristol,” L. Francis, however, was an independent thinker. He demonstrated his independence by setting up shop in the design office of Burgess, Swasey & Paine, a gifted group of Boston naval architects, and arch competitors of his father. - LOA: 71′ 11″ * LOD: * LWL: 65′ 10″ * Beam: 16′ 0″ * Draft: 7′ 9″ * Displacement: 108,288 lbs * Ballast 30,750 lbs * Sail Area: 2,897 sq ft * Design Number: 66 * Yard Number: * Rig: Ketch * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff * Built by: Quincy Adams YT, YD, Inc, Quincy, Ma * Year Built: 1936 * Restored By: * Current Name: Ticonderoga * Current Owner: Scott and Icy Frantz * Original Owner Harry Noyes. -
Tonino - King Alphonso XIII owned both the 15-Metre Hispania, and the 10-Metre Tonino. 15 Metres were popular in Spain, France, England and Germany. 10 metres were popular in Spain and Scandinavia. Both yachts frequently sailed on passages together. King Alphonso raced Tonino himself, and Hispania, was used to carry the royal party. - LOD: 60′ 8″ / 18.50m - LWL: 33′ 2″ / 10.12m - Beam 9′ 4″ / 1.78m - Draft 6′ 5″ / 1.95m - Hull Number: 599 - Designer: William Fife III - Original Owner: King Alphonso XIII - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1911 - Built By: Astilleros del Nervion, Bilbao, Spain - Hull Material: Wood - Sail Area: 1,779 sq ft / 165.31 m2 - Gross Displacement: 14000 kgs - Sail Number: - Registration: SP 2552D
Tosca - Type: SK 40 - In 1920 Gustaf A. Estlander ordered four SK yachts from the Abeking & Rasmussen yard. Of the four yachts Abeking & Rasmussen construction number 1020 was Tosca. - LOA: 13.82m / 45' 04" - Beam: 2.02m / 6" 07" - Draft: 1.65m / 5' 04" - Displacement: 3200 kg / 7,054.79 lbs - Hull: Khaya Mahogany, The ribs and keel plank originally oak, the deck is oregon pine on plywood. Aluminum mast.
Tuiga - Designed in 1909 for the Spanish Duke of Medinacelli. “Tuiga” was built to the same design as King Alphonso XIII’s “Hispania” and both yachts were launched in 1909. “Tuiga” was built in Fairlie, and “Hispania” her royal sister was built in Spain at Karrpard. In the early years “Tuiga” won her fair share of victories, but was often beaten by “Hispania” - LOA: 76′ 0″ - LWL: 49′ 0″ - Beam: 14′ 1″ - Draft: 6′ 7″ - Displ:
Sail Area: 4,428 sq ft - Hull Number: 569 - Rig: Gaff Cutter - Designer: William Fife III - Built by: Fife, Fairlie, Scotland - Year Built: 1909