Type: Corinthian One-Design

Corinthian One-Design Specifications:

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



Designed by John. G. Alden for the Corinthian Yacht Club, Marblehead, Massachusetts, and built between the years 1912-1913 by Stearns and McKay

1 comment

  1. Allan Brouillet

    Brenda and I own the last surviving Corinthian, as acknowledged by the Alden Company in a 1993 letter. We know her as Cori 1. She is actually Alden design 31 which is the Corinthian sloop in the new marconi rig (the gaff rig above is design 25). We sail her out of the Irish Boat Yard in Charlevoix, MI. Just leaving the note to let you know that one remains of the original 25 (12 gaff, 13 Marconi). Her story on her journey to Charlevoix is an interesting one, as are all classic boat stories.

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