William Fife SEABIRD

Fife “Seabird” Specifications:

LOA: 35′ 7″ / 10.85m
LOD: 27′ 4″ / 8.33m
LWL: 18′ 5″ / 5.61m
Beam: 6′ 10″ / 2.08m
Draft: 4′ 1″ / 1.24m
Displacement: 5,953.5lbs / 2,700kg
Hull: Wood Laminate
Rig: Gaff Cutter
Sail Area:
Designer: William Fife III
Built by: Hubert Stagnol at Benodet, France
Year Built: 2001
Designed: 1889
Engine: 1 x diesel 11hp, vetus (2001)
Fuel capacity: 45.0 ltr (9.9 USG) Total – 1 Tanks
Water capacity: 20.0 ltr (4.4 USG) Total – 1 Tanks

Historical:

The Seabird plan dates from William Fife III 1889, but this example was built by Stagnol Yard in 2001 respecting the original plans as closely as possible. Light weight wood epoxy construction has enabled the installation of a motor whilst respecting original build weight. An exceptional boat in every respect this true modern classic is easily handled and was originally designed to be sailed single handed.

 

No Comments Yet.

Leave a comment

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.