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Acrospire II
Acrospire II - is a 25 foot class yacht built in 1911 by Charlie Peel for Joe White of Joe White Maltings, Ballarat. She was first seen by APYC members at a 1912 Lake Colac regatta, this beautiful yacht caused quite a stir. - LOD: 25’0″ / 7.62m - LWL: 22’0″ / 6.71m - Hull Number: - Designer: Charlie Peel - Original Owner: Joe White, Joe White Maltings, Ballarat - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1911 - Built By: Peel Brothers, Australia - Hull Material: Carvel construction with kauri planking copper naeil fastened and celery top pine frames(dynel sheathed). - Sail Number: A1 - Sail Area: 46.7 sq.m

Acrospire III
Acrospire III - Raced in Sayonara Cup in Sydney 1928, restored in Melbourne 1997, competes regularly in CYAA Victorian series. - LOA: 59’0″ / 17.98m - LOD: 50’0″ / 15.24m - LWL: 38’2″ / 11.64m - Beam 10’6″ / 3.23m - Draft 6’11” / 1.86m - Hull Number: - Designer: Charlie Peel - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Colin Anderson - Year Built: 1923 - Built By: Hayes Brothers Sydney - Hull Material: NZ Kauri - Displacement: 8 tons / 9000kg - Sail Number: R4 - ARHV Number: HV000541

Acrospire IV
Acrospire IV - Built to challenge “Vanessa” for the “Sayonara Cup” in 1929 and again in 1930, both times unsuccessful. Used in 1965 by Jock Sturrocks team to train against Gretel whilst they were building “Dame Patti”. Winner of the Lipton Cup, Portsea, International, Cactus, John Colvin and Sir Ernest Clark Cups. - LOA: 54’0″ / 16.45m - LWL: 36’0″ / 10.97m - Beam 9.5' / 2.89m - Draft 7’0” / 2.13m - Hull Number: - Designer: Charlie Peel - Original Owner: Joe White - Current Owner: Gary Martin - Year Built: 1929 - Built By: Saint Kilda, Victoria, Australia - Hull Material: - Gross Displacement: 13 tons - Sail Number: F 1929 - ARHV Number: HV000545

Alca
Alca - She was commissioned by Bank Director Martin Geber and constructed to be lightweight but strong. In her first Summer she won 9 of 11 races, including the passage of the best boats in the North. - LOA: 45.93' / 14m * LOD: 45.93' / 14m * LWL: 29.52' / 9m * Beam: 9.51' / 2.9m * Draft: 6.56' / 2m * Ballast: * Displacement: 8 tons * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood * Rig: Mast-Head Yawl * Mast: * Designer: Axel Nygren * Type: * Built by: August Plym * Year Built: 1896 * Restored By: Jan Thulin * Current Name: Alca * Original Owner: Martin Geber * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Alera
Alera - Type: New York 30 - Class: Vintage - NY-1 Alera, built for the Alker brothers of Manhasset Bay, she was the first completed yacht in the series of eighteen NY30’s and left the roles of the NYYC in the early 1920’s. A lost treasure until 2004, when she was rediscovered in Hamilton, Ontario, purchased and shipped to Samples Shipyard in Boothbay, Maine where her new owners completed a full restoration for the 2005 100th Anniversary Season. - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam 8′ 9″ - Draft 6′ 4″ - Hull Number: 626 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Alphonse H. Alker - Built: 1904 - Sail Number: NY 1

Almaran
Almaran - Type: NY 32 - The New York Yacht Club were looking for a new one-design class, to replace the old (designed 1905) Herreshoff New York 30s, S&S won the design competition, and was selected against competing designs by Alden and Nicholas Potter Twenty boats were built by Nevins of City Island at a cost of $11,000 each. In Olin Stephen’s words “We set out to design a good cruiser/racer with good all-around form, guided by the lines of Dorade, Stormy Weather and Edlu, and emphasized seaworthiness rather than around-the-mark agility.” - LOA: 45′ 4″ - LWL: 32′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 7″ - Draft: 6′ 6″ - Design Number: 125 - Rig: Bermudan sloop - Displacement: 12,000 lbs - Sail Area: 950 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B Nevins Yard, City Island NY - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Manuel Lopez - Launched: 1936 - Sail Number:

Altair
Altair - Captain Guy H. MacCaw had Altair designed for prolonged ocean cruising to the South Seas Islands and beyond, but his ambitious plans lasted only two years and the yacht was sold. - LOA: 133′ 10″ / 40.79m - LOD: 108′ 4″ / 33.02m - LWL: 77′ 9″ / 23.71m - Beam: 20′ 4″ / 6.20m - Draft: 13′ 11″ / 4.25m - Original Rig: Gaff-Schooner - Hull Number: 789 - Construction: Wood - Designer: William Fife Original Owner: Captain Guy H. MacCaw - Built: 1931 - Year Refit: 1985-87 Southhampton Yacht Services - Built By: William Fife & Son Current Name: Altair - Current Owner: - Sail Number:

Amazon
 Amazon - Type: IOR Racing Yacht - Class: Modern Classic - Heavy displacement yacht built of Corten steel to Lloyds 100A 1 standards. Suited for elegant long range cruising, and spirited racing. - LOA: 73' 1" / 22.25m - LWL: 57' 0" / 17.37m - Beam: 18' 0" / 5.48m - Draft: 10' 6" / 3.23m - Design Number: 2084 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 105,132 lbs - Sail Area: 2,430 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Camper & Nicholson, LTD, Southhampton, England - Original Owner: Mr. John B. Goulandris - Current Owner: - Launched: 1971

Anemone II
Anemone II - Type: New York 30 - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Original Rig: J&M - Hull Number: 647 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: J.M. Mitchell - Built: 1905 - Original Price: $4,200 - Boat Location: Bristol, RI - Current Name: Anemone II - Current Owner: Herreshoff Marine Museum - Sail Number: NY 18

Antonisa
Antonisa - Wanting a larger version of the owners previous yacht “Whitefin”, Natuzzi hired Bruce King Yacht Design, to build a wooden yacht with the same aesthetics, allowing more space to accommodate his crew. Owned by Italy’s largest furnishing firm, the Natuzzi Group, Antonisa is named after the owners wife. In honour of the owners son, the yacht is adorned with a little star on the stern, Natuzzi used to call his son Stelluccia, (Little Star) when he was small. - LOA: 124’0″ / 37.80m * LOD: * LWL: 89’11 / 27.43m * Beam: 25’05 / 7.77m * Draft: 9′ 75 – 26’06 / 2.97m – 8.08m * Ballast: 106,000 lb * Displacement: * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: King * Built by: Hodgdon Yachts, Maine* Year Built: 1999 * Restored By: * Current Name: Antonisa * Original Owner: Pasquale Natuzzi * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Araminta
Araminta - Class: Vintage - The successor to “Quiet Tune” for the same owner Edwin M. Hill was designed for daysailing and short range cruising in Maine waters. Three feet three inches longer with a clipper bow and with a more generous sail plan than “Quiet Tune” Beautiful to look at a very fast sailer, with the interior kept spartan. - LOA: 33′ 0″ * LOD: * LWL: 28′ 3″ * Beam: 8′ 6″ * Draft: 5′ 0″ * Ballast: 5950 lbs * Displacement: Sail Area: 582 * Design Number: 89 * Yard Number: * Rig: Ketch * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff * Built by: Norman Hodgdon of Boothbay Harbor, Maine * Year Built: 1948 * Restored By: * Current Name: Araminta * Current Owner: Mystic Seaport Museum * Original Owner Edwin M. Hill

Athena
Athena - At 295ft / 90 meters long, Athena is considered the largest private sailing yacht in the world. A modern yacht with the styling of a classic sailer this beautiful sailing yacht and technological wonder sleep 10 guests and boasts a media lounge, diving facilities with a decompression chamber. - LOA: 295’3″ / 90m - LWL: 198’6″ / 60.52m - Beam 40’0″ / 12.20m - Draft 18’11” / 5.77m - Hull Number: 378 - Designer: Pieter Beeldsnijder Design – Dykstra Naval Architects - Original Owner: Dr. James H. Clark - Current Owner: Dr. James H. Clark - Year Built: 2004 - Built By: Royal Huisman - Hull Material: Alustar - Displacement: 1103 tonnes - Ballast: 221.5 - Flag: Cayman Islands - Sail Number:

Athene
Athene - 1915 – First private yacht to pass through the Panama Canal, enroute to San Francisco – Rammed in 1941 off Miami, Fl and sunk. - LOA: 106 ′ 0″ * LOD: 106′ 0″ * LWL: 70′ 0″ * Beam: 19′ 3″ * Draft: 10′ 10″ * Ballast: * Displacement: * Sail Area: 6,000 sq ft * Yard Number: 520 * Hull Material: * Rig: Cutter * Class: * Designer: N.G. Herreshoff * Built by: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol, RI * Year Built: 1899 * Restored By: * Original Owner: William O. Gay * Original Price: $27,125 * Status: Destroyed * Sail Number:

Atrevida
Atrevida - Launched in 1923 as WILDFIRE was one of the last yachts built by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co, of which was sold a year after her commissioning. In 2002, saving her from the scrap mills, Gilberto Miranda, purchased her and she underwent a full refit and build at the MCP Yachts Shipyard. - LOA: 105′ 0″ / 32m - LOD: 91’8″ / 28m - LWL: 65′ 7″ / 20m - Beam 19′ 7″ / 6m - Draft 13′ 1″ / 4m - Hull: Steel - Displacement: 84 tons - Hull Number: 891 - Sail Area: 4,154sqft / 386msq - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Built By: Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, R.I. - Contract Date: 12/13/1922 - Original Price: $ 76,000 - Boat Location: Santos, Brasil

Bagatelle
Bagatelle - Type: Buzzards Bay 25 - Class: Vintage - Affectionately know as “Bags” and recently restored by MP&G with the original gaff rig of one of her sisters. Sails by Nat Wilson. and regularly raced in regattas in New England. - LOA: 32′ 0″ - LWL: 25′ 0″ - Beam 8′ 9″ - Draft 3′ 0″ - Hull Number: 736 - - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: F.L. Dabney - Built: 1914

Banzai
Banzai - Type: New York 30 - Class: Vintage - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LOD: - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Hull Number: 640 - Rig: Gaff Sloop - Sail Area: 984 sq ft - Original Owner: N.D. Lawton - Designer: NG Herreshoff - Built by: Herreshoff Boatyard - Year Built: 1905

Barbara
Barbara - Type: International 510 - C. Raymond Hunt “In 1945, I designed the original “510” class yacht for myself as a logical development of the “210”. Launched in December 1945 as a racing and weekend cruising yacht. She is built with no structural keel, and is constructed with two longitudinal trusses on oak floor stiffeners extending to the after end of the cockpit to the mast evenly distributing the stresses of the rig and keel. - LOA: 44’7″ / 13.62m * LOD: 44’7″ / 13.62m * LWL: 32’6″ / 9.93m * Beam: 6’7″ / 2.04m * Draft: 6′ 0 / 1.82m * Ballast: 5,200 lbs Galvanized steel plate/lead casting * Displacement: * Sail Area: 519 sq ft * Yard Number: * Hull material: “Harborite” Plywood Construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: C. Raymond Hunt * Built by: Graves Yacht Yard * Year Designed: 1945 * Year Built: 1949 * Original Contract Cost: $6,000 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Original Owner: C. Raymond Hunt * Current Owner: * Sail Number: 510/1

Bat
Bat - Type: 18-Foot Knockabout - Sistership to Arrow, strong point windward work, good all around performer. Through the success of Chance and Arrow Boardman received in 1903 8 eighteen-foot knockabout orders with watertight cockpits, of which Bat was the first one-design class for Marblehead yachtsman. Late in the fall of 1904, a Match Race was organized whereby Bat and Hayseed raced against each other to once and for all settle the much asked question of which boat is faster. After each won a race the series terminated, was never finished, and remained a split decision. - LOA: 31’0″ - Beam: 7″0″ - Draft: 5’2″ - Designed By: Edwin A. Boardman - Original Owner: Chas F. Adams, II - Built By: Lawley & Sons, South Boston - Year Built: 1903

Ben My Chree
Ben My Chree - Type: Knockabout - Class: Vintage - "L. Francis Herreshoff designed this stunning boat in 1932 for Mr. Willoughby Stuart. Her plans are entitled 28' Knockabout - Design No. 53. Mr. Stuart’s boat was built in 1933 and named BEN MY CHREE*, Gaelic for “darling of my heart”, BEN for short. He took her to his island home on Penobscot Bay, built a boathouse and railway for her, and she remained in the area for over 40 years, enjoyed by him and his family." In 2013, 80 years after her completion, Ballentine's Boat Shop fully restored her. It took two years but she is as lovely as ever and should live to see another 80 years. Great care was taken to restore her to her original specs and L. Francis Herreshoff's plans. - LOA: 28'0" - LWL: 22'10" - Beam: 6'11" - Draft 2'9" - 5'6" - Displacement: 4,000 lbs - Sail Area: 265 sq ft - Ballast 2,400 lbs - Designer: L. Francis Herreshoff

Bernida
Bernida - George Owen, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology naval architecture professor, designed Bernida in 1921 and, four years later, she raced in the first Port Huron-to- Mackinac Island race in 1925 under the direction of then owner Russ Pouliot of Detroit. Mr. Pouliot had enhanced the yacht’s original design by lengthening her keel six inches, making her extremely fast, winning the inaugural Bayview Yacht Club-sponsored race. The race featured just 12 boats. Weather conditions turned sour, and Bernida, out ahead of the storm, sailed into Mackinac Island on July 27 with a corrected time of 48 hours. Only three other boats finished the inaugural race. in 48 hours, 48 minutes. - LOA: 32’0″ / 9.75m - LWL: 24’3″ / 7.40m - Beam 8’0″ / 2.43m - Draft 5’4” / 1.64m - Hull Number: 38 - Designer: George Owen Original Owner: Russ Pouilott - Current Owner: Michigan Maritime Museum - Year Built: 1921 - Built By: George Lawley & Sons - Hull Material: NZ Kauri - Displacement: 10,000 lbs - Sail Area: 734 - Sail Number: R-38

Black Rose
Black Rose - Type: Six Metre - The first of 37 Sixes that S&S had constructed over the years, and launched the year the firm incorporated. - ex, “Kid”, ex, “Thalia” - LOA: 36′ 8″ - LWL: 22′ 9″ - Beam: 6′ 3″ - Draft: 5′ 3″ - Design Number: 5 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: 480 sq ft - Sail Number: US42 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island NY - Contract Price: - Original Owner: - Current Owner: 2007 – Ed Bombard - Built: 1938

Black Watch
Black Watch - Class: Vintage - CRF Rating: 48.0 - In the way of background, BLACK WATCH (formerly EDLU II) was built in 1938 for the Schaefer family of Larchmont , NY. Construction took place in City Island at the Nevins Shipyard to the design of Sparkman and Stephens. This was the first design that S & S tank tested. - LOA: 68' 0" LWL: 48' 0" - Beam: 14' 7" - Draft: 9' 3" - Design Number: 218 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 76,700 lbs - Sail Area: 2,125 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island, NY - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Launched: 1938 - Sail Number:

Boambillee
Boambillee - Type: One Tonner - Stock one-tonner design, eleven boats were built to this design. - LOA: 36′ 4″ - LWL: 27′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 6″ - Draft: 6′ 2″ - Design Number: 1948-C1 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 13,462 lbs - Sail Area: 526 sq ft - Sail Number: S51 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Bill Barnett Sydney, Australia - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Chapman/Fisscher/Rhodes - Launched: 1968

Bounty
Bounty - Class: Vintage - Built for Ned Dane as an aristocratic sailing yacht, equipped with her own steward, often serving meals with fine silver and shortened sails. - LOA: 57′ 6″ * LOD: * LWL: 50′ 0″ * Beam: 13′ 4″ * Draft: 6′ 5″ * Displacement: 50,000 lbs * Sail Area: * Design Number: * Yard Number: 55 * Rig: Ketch * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff * Built by: Britt Brothers, Lynn, Massachusetts * Original Owner: Ned Dane * Year Built: 1934 * Restored By: Rockport Marine * Boat Location: * Current Name: Bounty * Current Owner: Eric Blanc-Garin * Sail Number:

Britt-Marie
Britt-Marie - Type: SK-95 - The Swedish name Skärgårdskryssare (SK) means Shoal Cruiser, or phonetically translated Skerry Cruiser, referring to the protruding rocks off the coast of the Baltic Sea. - LOA: 69.78 / 21.27m - LWL: 47.90′ / 14.60m - Beam: 8.79′ / 2.68m - Draft: 9.84′ / 3.00m - Mast Height 78.74′ / 24.00m - Year Built: 1921 - Designer: Tore Holm - Builder: Lap Holm’s Yacht shipyard, Gamleby - Original Owner: Åkerlund, Erik - Sail Number: 95 S-8

Buzzards Bay 18
Buzzards Bay 18 - Class: Buzzards Bay 18 - Yet another design, of which no original example survives. Herreshoff designed the 18 in 1903, just a few years after the Buzzards Bay 15. She is 29’ on deck, 18’ on the waterline, displaces 4430 lbs, and has 472 square feet of sail. Similarly to the Belfast Lough One Design, the Buzzards Bay 18 captures the spirit of the “Big Boats” in a captivating way. She would be a good intermediate boat between the Buzzards Bay 15 and larger Buzzards Bay 25, and I would be tempted to lower the ballast keel and eliminate the centerboard in the same way Herreshoff did with the Buzzards Bay 15 when designing Flicker

Cambria
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

Capricia
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
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

Cecile Marie
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
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
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
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:

Corinthian One-Design
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

Cuilaun
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

Dagger
Dagger - Type: International 225 - Class: Grand Prix - In 1936 Raymond Hunt along with engineers Bror Tamm and Gordon Munro decided to build a 36’0″ prototype at the Lawley Yard in Neponset, Masachusetts. Although there were doubts about her potential sailing abilities, she quickly proved doubters wrong. But, at the time, no one seemed to like the prototype, she was too peculiar, and slab-sided for her size. The prototype was further evolved and improved by C. Raymond Hunt and Frank C. Paine, “Egeria” was the first of the 225 class boats, known as 225/1. “Egeria” proved to be very fast, beating most of the class boats in Marblehead except the 30-Square-Metres. - LOA: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LOD: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LWL: 26′ 0″ * Beam: 5’11 / 1.55m * Draft: 5′ 00 / 1.52m * Ballast: 1,000 lbs * Displacement: * Original Sail Area: 225 * Yard Number: Prototype * Hull material: Weldwood Construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: C. Raymond Hunt * Built by: George Lawley & Son, Neponset, Massachusetts * Year First Built: 1936 * Contract Cost: $1,000

Dark Harbor 20
Dark Harbor 20 - Sparkman & Stephens of New York, the 75-year-old yacht design firm, is proud to announce the reintroduction of the Dark Harbor 20, the 30-foot one-design class sloop, which is to be constructed for the first time in modern fiberglass materials on a production basis at a very reasonable cost. - LOA 30'-0" 9.14 m LWL: 20'-0" 6.10 m BMAX: 6'- 8-1/2" 2.06 m Draft: 4'-1-1/4" 1.24 m Displacement: (Lightship) 5,200 lbs 3,360 kg Ballast: 2,620 lbs 1,190 kg Sail Area: (100% fore triangle) 357 ft2 33 m2 Design: No. 68

Dolphin
Dolphin - To replace the NY 30, in 1936 New York Yacht Club Commodore W.A.W. Stewart organized a competition for the design and construction of the Club’s new boat, calling the best naval architects: John Alder, Luders, Ford & Paine, W J Roue, Belkar & Paine and Sparkman & Stephens. The instructions were a waterline no less than 30 feet, accommodation for 4 guests and one crew and the Scantling Rules of Lloyds. Olin Stephens was chosen and Henry B. Nevins Shipyard of City Island offered to deliver all the boats within 1 year – on completion of the 20 boats the tooling was destroyed as established by the NYYC. According to the magazine, The Rudder, “ ….the club did not want a crowd on the starting line and, above all, if the class were enlarged, the boats could end up in undesirable hands.” - LOA: 45′ 4″ LWL: 32′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 7″ - Draft: 6′ 6″ - Design Number: - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 40,000 lbs - Sail Area: 1,332 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry Nevins, City Island N.Y. - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Paolo Zannoni - Launched: 1936 - Sail Number: NY 19

Doomernik Dragon
Doomernik Dragon - A unique ‘day-sailor’ based on the hull of a competition Dragon. With this touring boat, Doomernik Dragons, the only Dragon builder in the Netherlands, is fulfilling the dream of many touring yachts people. -

Dorade
Dorade - Class: Vintage - Built in 1930 for a total of $28,000, DORADE was originally regarded as something of an anomaly because of her narrow proportions and sharp ends. However, she soon astonished the yachting world with her ability to stand up to any amount of hard driving on all points of sailing. - LOA: 52.56' / 16.02m * LOD: * LWL: 38.90' / 11.85m * Beam: 10.33' / 3.13m * Draft: 8.27' / 2.52m * Displacement: 37,020 lbs / 16,790 kg * Ballast: 18,000 lbs * Sail Area Upwind: 1549 sq.ft. / 144 sqm ((Main, 148% Jib & Mizzen) * Design Number: 7 * Yard Number: * Rig: Yawl * Designer: Sparkman & Stephens * Built by: Minneford Yacht Yard, City Island, New York * Original Owner: Roderick Stephens, Sr * Year Built: 1929 – 1930 * Year Launched: 1930 * Restored By: 1997 Cantierre Navale Dell’Argentario in Italy * Boat Location: * Current Name: Dorade * Current Owner: Matt Brooks * Sail Number: 16

Dorello
Dorello - Type: M-class - Was one of Owens most innovative and successful designs. Owens introduced a high aspect ratio stem head rig on “Dorello” which was later adapted by Herreshoff on the NYYC 50s And 40s. In 1908, Yachting magazine voted “Dorello” Boat of the Year. And while at the helm of “Dorello” Owens won 58 of 62 races. - LOA: 73′ 0″ / 22.25m * LOD: 73″ 0″ / 22.25m * LWL: 48′ 0″ / 14.63m * Beam: 13′ 9″ / 4.23m * Draft: 8′ 9″ / 2.7m * Ballast: * Displacement: * Sail Area Original: * Design Number: 62 * Hull material: * Rig: * Mast: * Designer: George Owen * Type: * Built by: * Year Built: 1912 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Original Owner: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Edlu II
Edlu II - Class: Vintage - CRF Rating: 48.0 - In the way of background, BLACK WATCH (formerly EDLU II) was built in 1938 for the Schaefer family of Larchmont , NY. Construction took place in City Island at the Nevins Shipyard to the design of Sparkman and Stephens. This was the first design that S & S tank tested. - LOA: 68' 0" - LWL: 48' 0" - Beam: 14' 7" - Draft: 9' 3" - Design Number: 218 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 76,700 lbs - Sail Area: 2,125 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island, NY - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Launched: 1938 - Sail Number:

Egeria
Egeria - Type: International 225 - In 1939 The Corinthian Yacht Club members, of Marblehead, Massachusetts, were looking for a spirited one-design club boat for Massachusetts Bay, having searched for a low cost, low maintenance solution they decided on and sponsored the Lawley 225. Further evolved and improved by C. Raymond Hunt and Frank C. Paine, “Egeria” was the first of the 225 class boats, known as 225/1. “Egeria” proved to be very fast, beating most of the class boats in Marblehead except the 30-Square-Metres. - LOA: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LOD: 35’6″ / 10.85m * LWL: 26′ 0″ * Beam: 5’11 / 1.55m * Draft: 5′ 00 / 1.52m * Ballast: 1,000 lbs * Displacement: * Original Sail Area: 225 * Yard Number: Prototype * Hull material: Weldwood Construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: C. Raymond Hunt * Built by: George Lawley & Son, Neponset, Massachusetts * Year First Built: 1936 * Contract Cost: $1,000

Eilean
Eilean - Type: Bermudian ketch - Class: Vintage - So it was that in 1937 a boat was launched into the sea from the Fife boatyard in Fairlie, a 22-metre yacht called Eilean, which in the Scottish means “little island”. The boat, design number 822, was conceived by the then eighty-year-old William Fife III, alongside his nephew Robert Balderton Fife who had only recently joined the family business. According to the Lloyds Register of 1938, both names appeared among the designers of the boat. Also specified in the Register, apart from the main dimensions, were the Bermudian ketch sail-plan, which remains unchanged up to the present day, the presence of a 4-cylinder paraffin engine and a sail set made by sail-makers Ratsey of the Isle of Wight. - LOA: 72.83 / 22.20m - LWL: 50.91' / 15.52m - Beam: 15.25' / 4.65m - Draft: 10.66' / 3.25m - Displacement: 50 tons - Sail Area: 301m2 - Built: William Fife & Son, Fairlie Scotland - Year Built: 1937

Elena
Elena - A replica of the 1911 Herreshoff schooner Elena has been built in Galicia in northwest Spain, July 2009. - LOA: 180′ 5″ * LOD: 136′ 6″ * LWL: 96′ 0″ * Beam: 26′ 8″ * Draft: 17′ 0″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 216 Tons * Sail Area Upwind: 1.180 m2 * Yard Number: 706/Y103 * Hull material: Steel * Rig: Schooner * Designer: N.G. Herreshoff * Built by: FACTORIA NAVAL DE MARIN Galicia, Spain * Year Built: 2009 * Restored By: * Current Name: Elena * Original Owner: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Elena of London
Elena of London Type: A Class Racing Schooner - In 1910 Morton Plant commissioned Elena to be designed by American naval architect Nathanael Herreshoff, the “Wizard of Bristol”, who was famed for designing sailing yachts for America’s elite. Plant gave a wonderful design brief: build me a schooner that can win! Herreshoff gave Elena a slightly deeper keel than preceding designs of that time, lowering her centre of ballast, which improved her windward ability. Fresh out of the shed, Elena won most of her early races against the cream of the American schooner fleet. Seventeen years later came her crowning glory – victory in the 1928 Trans-Atlantic Race. - LOA: 180′ 5″ / 55.00m - LOD: 136’ 6” /41.60m - LWL: 96′ 0″ / 29.60m - Beam: 26’ 8” / 8.14m - Draft: 17′ 0″ / 5.20m - Yard Number: #706/Y103 - Rig: Schooner - Displacement: 215 tons - Sail Area Upwind: 1.180 m2 - Designer: Nathanael G. Herreshoff Replica / ACUBENS Naval Architects Madrid - Built By: FACTORIA NAVAL DE MARIN Galicia, Spain - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Launched: 2009

Endeavour
Endeavour Type: J-Class - A 130-foot J Class sloop, was commissioned by Sir T.O.M. Sopwith and built by Camper & Nicholson at Gosport England to challenge for the America’s Cup in 1934. Having prepared his campaign in Shamrock V, Sopwith was keen to ensure that this yacht was the most advanced design possible. With his experience designing aircraft Sopwith applied aviation technology to Endeavour’s rig and winches and spared nothing to make her the finest vessel of her day. From launching in 1934 shecontinued her preparation by competing against Shamrock V (then owned by Sir Richard Fairey) and the newly launched Velsheda (owned by W.L Stephenson). She swept through the British racing fleet and into the hearts of yachtsmen the world around, winning many races in her first season. Like many before her, Endeavour did not win the Cup but she came closer to doing so than any other challenger.

Escapade
Escapade - “Queen of the Lakes” Designed for Henry G. Fownes, Stamford, Connecticut, who wanted the largest boat that could fit under the size limit for the Bermuda Race, but shallow drafted enough to travel down the Intracoastal Waterway. - LWL: 54′ 00″ Beam: 17′ 00″ - Draft: 7′ 10″ (Board up) - Ballast: * Displacement: 110,00 lbs - Sail Area: 2,630 sq ft - Yard Number: - Hull material: Wood construction - Rig: Double-head Yawl Rig - Designer: Rhodes - Built by: Luders Construction Company, Stamford CT - Year Built: 1937 - Restored By: - Current Name: - Original Owner: Henry G. Fownes - Contract Price: $40,000.00 - Current Owner: - Sail Number:

Esperanza
Esperanza - Nygren “Esperanza” Specifications: - LOA: 50.95′ / 15.53m - LOD: 50.95′ / 15.3m - LWL: - Beam: 10.66′ / 3.25m - Draft: 6.56′ / 2m - Displacement: - Sail Area: - Hull material: Wood - Rig: Cutter - Designer: Axel Nygren - Type: SK150 - Built by: Stockholm Boatbuilding AB Year Built: 1897 - Restored By: - Current Name: Esperanza - Original Owner: Carl Wicander “Cork Wicander” - Current Owner: - Sail Number: 150-S3

Et Toi
Et Toi - James H. “Sham” Hunt on sailing on the International 410 Et Toi – “CRH and I only..age 13…raced in the New London to Marblehead Race in 1949 and won by such a large margin that the committee called the Canal to see if we had taken a short cut through it..no of course. - LOA: 35’10 7/8″ / 10.70m - LWL: 28’3″ / 8.62m - Beam 6’10 3/4″ / 1.86 - Draft 5’9″ / 1.79m - Hull Number: - Designer: C. Raymond Hunt - Original Owner: Ray Hunt - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1947 - Built By: Marblehead Yacht Yard - Hull Material: “Harborite” Plywood Construction - Gross Displacement: - Sail Number:

Fagel Grip
Fagel Grip - Type: SK 30 - Designed in 1938 by Tore Holm, one of the most successful Scandinavian yacht designers of the day and built by Stockholm’s Batbyggeri AB. During the 2nd world war the Germans appropriated the Fågel inDenmark, and reputedly the “RocketMan” Wernher von Brown raced he. There is little information on her history until she was purchased by the famous Designer Uffa Fox on behalf of Charles and Rosemary Fairburn in 1952. - LOA: 43.53′ / 13.27m * LOD: * LWL: * Beam: 7.15′ / 2.18m * Draft: * Displacement: * Ballast: * Sail Area: 30 sq m * Design Number: * Yard Number: * Rig: Sloop * Designer: Tore Holm * Built by: Neglinge Boat-Yard – Build Time 18 weeks * Original Owner: Sven Salén * Year Built: 1938 * Restored By: Wood Work Co., Phuket, Thailand * Boat Location: * Current Name: Fagel Grip * Current Owner: Sharon and Jerry Lees * Sail Number: S70

Finisterre
  Finisterre   Built by Seth Peterson of Old Saybrook, Connecticut and launched in 1954. The owner chose Sparkman & Stephens in great part due to his relationship with Rod Stephens with whom he had sailed with quite a bit on Rod’s NY32, Mustang. As Mitchell himself said “Although it was my privilege to sail with many of the top sailors of the era, I don’t think anyone else combined knowledge of deck layout, rigging and sails. ” Olin Stephens’ innovative design genius, as exemplified by such diverse vessels as Dorade, which revolutionized ocean racing, and the super-J boat, Ranger, and it was easy to see why S&S was the go-to team.”

Frances
Frances - International 8 Metre yacht Designed and built by E Digby launched 1947 now racing in the Classic yacht Association of Australia events in Williamstown Victoria against Acrospire111 and Syonara. Three times winner of the Syonara Cup in '51 '52 and '54. - LOA: 51.0′ / 15.54m * LOD: 51.0′ / 15.54m * LWL: 30′ 9” / 9.41m * Beam: 8′ 6” / 2.62m * Draft: 6′ 5″ / 1.98m * Ballast: 26,450 lbs * Displacement: 9 tons * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Hull NZ Kauri, Deck Q/land White Beech laid deck over 6mm ply * Rig: Sloop * Designer: Ernest O Digby * Built by: Victoria Street, Williamstown, Victoria * Year Built: 1947 * Restored By: * Current Name: Frances * Original Owner: Mr Ernest Digbys * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: Peter Johns * Official Number: 315405 * Sail Number:
Submitted by: Owner Peter Johns.

Freedom
Freedom - Type: Cutter - John G. Alden Freedom Specifications: - LOA: 47’7″ / 14.50m - LOD: 50'0" / 15.24m - LWL: 34’2″ / 10.41m - Beam 11’0″ / 3.35m - Draft 7’0” / 2.13m - Hull Number: 676 - Designer: John G. Alden - Original Owner: - Current Owner: William P. Barrows, Rochester, NY - Year Built: 1937 - Built By: Herreshoff Mfg. Co. Bristol, RI - Hull Material: Wood - Displacement: 31,900 / 14,470kg - Sail Number:   Historical: Restoration:

Frolic
Frolic - Bill Luders Frolic, designed by naval architect Bill Luders, is one of the first fleet of 12 matched 44 foot wooden yawls commissioned for the Naval Academy. - LOD: 44.00′ / 13.41m - LWL: 30’10″ / 9.17m - Beam: 11.0′ / 3.35m - Draft: 6’0″ / 1.83m - Displacement: 2340 lbs / 1061 kgs - Ballast: - Designer: Alfred Edward “Bill” Luders, Jr. - Original Owner: - Current Owner: - Year Built: 1939 - Built By: Peel Southcoast Boatyard, Maine - Hull Material: Wood Planked Construction - Sail Number: - Sail Area: 851.63 ft2 / 79.12 m2 - No. (NA #5)

Fulmar
Fulmar - Was designed and built by William Fife at Fairlie. Completed in September 1930, Fulmar was never raced by her commissioning owner who sold her to R B and J S Aspin for entry in the 1931 Seawanahaka Cup trials. - Type: 8 Metre Class * LOA: 48′ 6″ / 14.7m * LWL: 30′ 0″ / 9.14m * Beam: 8′ 3″ / 2.51m * Draft: 6' 0" / 1.83m * Displ: * Sail Area: 820 sq ft * Hull Number: 785 * Rig:Sloop * Designer: William Fife III * Built by: Fife, Fairlie, Scotland * Restored By Fairlie Restorations * Year Built: 1930

Fun
Fun - Type: Six Metre - LOA: 37′ 0″ - LWL: 23′ 9″ - Beam: 6′ 0″ - Draft: 5′ 3″ - Design Number: 180 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: 460 sq ft - Sail Number: US77 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island NY - Contract Price: - Original Owner: - Current Owner: 2012 – M. Rommel, Italy - Built: 1937

Galatea
Galatea Rumoured at the time to have been built for the Crown Prince of Sweden, but in truth it was built for a Swedish cork merchant; Gustaf Wiklander. Galatea has been owned by several famous individuals such as the violinist, Jascha Heifitz and the actor, Dick Powell who sailed with fellow celebrities, Humphrey Bogart, Spencer Tracy and Cary Grant. The boat was eventually sold to the famous movie producer and director of many famous movies, Joseph Mankiewicz. - LOA: 72′ 0″ * LOD: 72′ 0″ * LWL: 55′ 0″ * Beam: 12′ 6″ * Draft: 9′ 0″ * Ballast: * Displacement: * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Mahogany Planks and Iron Deck Beams and Floors and Frames are Webbed Together with Rivets and Iron Gussets. * Rig: * Mast: * Designer: Axel Nygren * Type: * Built by: Stockholm Boat Building * Year Built: 1899 * Restored By: Everett Marine Co-op * Current Name: Galatea * Original Owner: Gustaf Wiklander * Current Owner: Judd Tinius * Sail Number:

Georgia
Georgia - Six boats were initially ordered by the Larchmont Yacht Club, built by Wood & McClure of New York, and launched in the Spring of 1917. - LOA: 59’10″ / 18.01m - LOD: 59’10″ / 18.01m - LWL: 38’6″ / 11.76m - Beam 12’0″ / 3.65m - Draft 7’10” / 2.16m - Hull Number: 215427 - - Designer: William Gardner - Original Owner: Charles Lane Poor - Built: Spring of 1917 - Built By: Wood & McClure of City Island New York Contract Cost: $10,000 - Hull Material: Oak Frames Mahogany Planking - Displacement: 35,500 lbs - Rig: Gaff, converted to Marconi by Gardner in 1926. - Sail Area: 1,670 sq ft

Gerdny
Gerdny - Type: 95 Square Metre - One of the “Grand Dames” of the Swedish fleet, this type of yacht is not suitable for sailing in high and open seas but is built for more sheltered waters, and would think that she will perform extremely well in places like the US westcoast (San Diego, LA an SF), the great lakes and the US northern eastcoast as well of course in Scandinavia, Germany, Holland and the Mediterranean. - LOA: 62′ 0″ * LOD: 62′ 0″ * LWL: 9′ 3″ * Beam: 20′ 5″ * Draft: 7′ 2″ * Ballast: 4000 kilograms * Displacement: 10 metric tons * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood * Rig: Bermudan Sloop 7/8 * Mast: Carbon Fibre * Designer: Erik Salander * Type: 1918 95 Square Meter Rule * Built by: Hasselströms WarF, Sweden * Year Built: 1920 * Restored By: * Current Name: Gerdny * Original Owner: * Current Owner: Kristoffer Melinder * Sail Number: 95 S-4

Goose
Goose - Type: - Six Metre - The first design extensively tank tested by S&S - LOA: 36′ 10″ - LWL: 23′ 6″ - Beam: 10′ 7″ - Draft: 6′ 0″ - Design Number: 1335 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: 474 sq ft - Sail Number: US81 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Nevins, City Island NY - Contract Price: - Original Owner: Dr. George Nichols - Current Owner: Peter Hofmann - Current Location: - Built: 1938 - Documentation or State Reg. Number:

Gun
Gun - Type: SK 55 - 1911, biggest yacht designed by Salander, and designed to excel to weather in winds up to eight meters per second. In 1938 Salander designed a new marconi rig with 50 m2, and the forestay was moved back approximately 20 cm. - LOA: 37.72′ / 11.50m * LOD: * LWL: 24.93′ / 7.60m * Beam: 7.02′ / 2.14m * Draft: 5.31′ / 1.62m * Ballast: 1500 kg * Displacement: 3150 kg * Sail Area Original: 55 m2 * Yard Number: * Hull material: Mahogany * Rig Original/ New: Gaff Sloop / 3/4 (Marconi) * Mast: * Designer: Erik Salander * Type: SK55 (Skärgårdskryssare) * Built by: Arvid Johansson, Kristinehamn / Finished Löfholmsvarvet, Stockholm * Year Built: 1911 * Restored By: * Current Name: Gun * Original Owner: Gustaf Härdelin * Current Owner: Markku Hänninen, Olli Airio, Knut Vatneström. * Sail Number: Sweden SL 139 / Finland 55 FIN 3

Halloween
Halloween - Type: Bermudian Cutter - William Fife III Halloween is designed for Lt Col JFN Baxendale, was built to the 15m rule and launched in 1926 just in time to compete in the ORC FastNet. William Fife III, designer of a number of classic yachts still racing today was quoted once as saying “Halloween is the perfect gentleman’s yacht. She is a jewel”. - LOA: 81′ 1″ / 24.7m - LOD: 71′ 2″ / 21.7m - LWL: 45′ 11″ / 14.0m - Beam: 14′ 9″ / 4.5m - Draft: 11′ 5″ / 3.5m - Original Rig: Bermudian Cutter - Construction: Wood - Engines: 80hp - Cruising Speed: 8 knots Fuel consumption: 8 litres/per hour - Designer: William Fife - Original Owner: Lt Col JFN Baxendale - Built: 1926 - Year Refit: 2008 Fairlie Restoration - Built By: William Fife & Son - Current Name: Halloween

Hanuman
Hanuman - Dr. Jim Clark's third commission with the Royal Huisman yard. A modern recreation of T. Sopwith’s beautiful 41.3m/135.5’ “Super-J” class yacht, Endeavour II. Under J-Class Association rules, some design features are restricted historically, but performance can be optimized through a more flexible approach to sail area, ballast ratio, righting moment and build materials. - LOA: 138.11' / 44.10m LWL: 90.80' / 27.68m - Beam 6.6' / 21.68m - Draft 15.48' / 4.72m - Hull Number: 385 - Designer: Nicholson/Dykstra - Original Owner: Dr. James H. Clark - Current Owner: Dr. James H. Clark - Year Built: 2009 - Built By: Royal Huisman - Hull Material: Alustar Temper H321 (sheets) H112 Aluminum (extrusions) - Gross Displacement: 165.4 tons (half tank load) - Sail Number: J k6

Hasvornen II
Hasvornen II - LOA: 69′ 6″ / 21.2m * LOD: 69′ 6″ / 21.2m * LWL: 46′ 10″ / 14.3m * Beam: 13′ 9″ / 4.2m * Draft: 8′ 9″ / 2.7m * Ballast: * Displacement: 32 Tonnes * Sail Area Original: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Carvel mahogany planking on oak steam bent frames * Rig: Bermudan Yawl * Mast: * Designer: Tore Holm * Type: * Built by: Gamleby, Sweden * Year Built: 1938 * Restored By: * Current Name: Ivanhoe * Original Owner: Sven Salen * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Hayseed IV
Hayseed IV - was designed by William Gardner who was Herreshoff’s great rival and the designer of the schooner Atlantic, which held the transatlantic record until it was broken by Eric Taberly in 1980 on the Trimaran: Paul Ricard. Hayseed was built for a syndicate from the Great Lakes by Wood and McClure in City Island NY, launched in 1912, and christened Michicago. - LOA: 54’0″ / 16.45m - LOD: 54’0″ / 16.45m - LWL: 36’0″ / 10.97m Beam 10’4″ / 3.16m - Draft 7’3” / 2.22m - Hull Number: - Sail Area: 1478 - Designer: William Gardner - Original Owner: Syndicate, Great Lakes - Current Owner: Christopher Wurts - Year Built: 1912 - Built By: Wood and McClure, City Island NY - Hull Material: Wood - Displacement: 30000 - Sail Number:

Hetairos
Hetairos - Has cruised the four corners of the world, including the Amazon, Alaska, New Zealand, Madagascar, Greenland, Spitsbergen and the South Pacific. - LOA: 140’08” / 42.84m * LOD: * LWL: 100’00 / 30.50m * Beam: 27’09 / 8.48m * Draft Centerboard: 10′.49 / 28’06 / 3.2m / 8.70m * Ballast: * Displacement: 197 Tons * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Ketch * Designer: King * Built by: Abeking & Rasmussen * Year Built: 1993 * Restored By: * Current Name: Hetairos * Original Owner: * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

International 110
International 110 - Introduced at the 1939 Marblehead Race Week Regatta. Ray Hunt raced the boat around the coarse beating everyone boat for boat except the International One Design. With a price of $480.50 with sails the demand for this vessel began in earnest. - LOA: 24’0” / 7.3m * LWL: 18'0" / 5.5m * Beam: 4’0” / 1.2m * Draft: 3’0” / 0.91m * Displacement: 910 lbs * Ballast: 300 lbs * Designed: C. Raymond Hunt * Hull material: "Harborite" Plywood Construction * Original Contract Cost: $480.50 * Sail Plan: Main, Jib, Spin * Spinnaker: Conventional * Upwind sail area: 157 sq ft * Spinnaker sail area: 100 sq ft * Mast Height: 23'0" * Crew: 2 * In production: Yes * Class Website: International 110 Class * Approximate number built: 750+

International 210
International 210 - The 210 was drawn by Fenwick Williams, under the guidance of C. Raymond Hunt. Designed to be a bigger drier boat than the 110s. Mr Hunt built a prototype in the Spring of 1946, which was presented to the clubs of Massachusetts Bay for consideration as the selected boat for inter-club racing. The requirements of the clubs were that they wanted a new one design boat that was affordable, pleasant for day sailing as well as racing, a boat that will always be uniform so that it cannot be out-built. ‘Fourth a boat that is modern and can be kept so. At the next meeting, the selection committee announced that Ray Hunt’s proposed “210″ was more boat than any other that the clubs could find for the money, so they adopted it, and with it a new era in yachting was ushered in. - 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 * In Current Production: Yes * Approximate number built: 462

Istria
Jill
Jill - Type: Six Metre - LOA: 36′ 5″ - LWL: 23′ 5″ - Beam: 6′ 6″ - Draft: 5′ 4″ - Design Number: 16 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: - Sail Number: US56 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry B. Nevins, City Island NY - Original Owner: J. Seward Johnson - Current Owner: Martha Coolidge - Current Location: - Launched: 1931

Karina
Karina - Type: Three Masted Steel Schooner - 1920 – Undaunted – 1923 Dauntless – 1942 G. K. Dauntless - LOA: 198′ 6.5″ / 60.53m - LWL: 150′ 0″ / 45.72m - Beam: 33′ 8.5″ / 10.30m - Draft: 17′ 0″ / 5.18m - Hull Number: 535 - Rig: Schooner - Mast: Lower section steel, topmast wood - Displacement: 590 gross tons - Crew: 26 Designer: Theodore D. Wells - Built By: Staten Island Shipbuilding Company, Port Richmond, S.I. - Original Owner: Commodore Robert E. Tod, New York, N.Y.Y.C. - Current Owner: - Contract Cost: $250,000 - Contract Completion Date: May 1st, 1911 - Launched: April 13, 1911

Kelpie
Kelpie - Type: Solent One Design - Class: Vintage - Was designed by Alfred Mylne as a Solent 38 foot class to race with the 42 foot Linear Raters. The story goes that owners who commissioned the new class decided to do so with a dinner honouring the passing of Queen Victoria. - LOA: 63′ 6″ * LOD: 57′ 6″ * LWL: 38′ 0″ * Beam: 11′ 6″ * Draft: 7′ 6″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 20,800kg Sail Area: * Identity No.: Y053790 * Yard Number: 85 * Hull material: Planked in pitch-pine fastened with iron dumps to grown oak frames at around 3’ centres and copper fastened to 2 heavy steam bent Rock Elm timbers between on an oak back-bone. The external lead keel is secured with bronze bolts. Iron strap floors on the grown oak frames. * Rig: Gaff Cutter * Designer: Alfred Mylne * Built by: J G Fay Co of Southampton * Year Built: 1903 * Restored By: Fairlie Restorations Ltd ( new wood keel, floors and lower frames, a new deck and deck structures to the original design; a new interior more sympathetic to the original intentions. extensive weight reduction exercise to the spars and rig. A new boom and gaff have been built by Nobel Spars and the yacht re-rigged by ‘Martins Rigging’* Current Name: Kelpie * Original Owner: * Current Owner: Pelham Olive * Sail Number:

Landfall
Landfall - Built in 1935, is the first Sparkman and Stephens yacht built outside of the USA. S&S was then at the beginning of what was to become the most famous yacht design firm in the world. Olin Stephens, just 25 at the time, was extremely surprised to find his first overseas commission came, not from Europe, but from Tasmania. - S&S "Landfall" LOA: 44' 0" / 13.41m LWL: 32' 9" / 10.02m Beam: 9' 9" / 3.01m Draft: 6' 6" / 2.01m Design Number: 54 Rig: Bermudan Sloop Displacement: 24,000 lbs Sail Area: 859 sq ft Designer: Sparkman & Stephens Built By: Percy Coverdale at Battery Point Original Owner: Current Owner: Designed: 1935

Latifa
Latifa - In 1935 William Fife III, aged 78, designed one of his most admired ocean racing yachts, Latifa. She was one of his all-time favourites and, when he died in 1944, his sisters had a gilded model made of her. To this day the model sits on top of the spire of Fairlie Parish Church. - LOA: 70′ 0″ * LOD: 70′ 0″ * LWL: 52′ 6″ * Beam: 15′ 4″ * Draft: 10′ 5″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 43 tons * Sail Area: 2,195 sq ft * Yard Number: 808 * Hull material: Steel * Rig: Bermudan Yawl * Designer: William Fife III * Type: * Built by: William Fife & Son, Fairlie, Scotland * Year Built: 1936 * Restored By: Beconcini Yard * Current Name: Latifa * Original Owner: Michael Mason * Current Owner: 1976 – Mario Pirri * Sail Number: 121

Linnet
Linnet - Type: New York 30 - William Cannell Boatbuilding notes “When the NYYC 30 LINNET was built, Mr. Herreshoff re-designed the NYYC 30 spars to be hollow. For this, he increased the diameter slightly and changed the material of the mast and boom to (Sitka) spruce.” - LOA: 43′ 6″ / 13,20m - LWL: 30′ 0″ / 9,42m - Beam: 8′ 7″ / 2,67m, - Draft: 6′ 3″ / 1,92m - Displacement: 8 Tons - Hull Number: 636 - Rig: Cutter - Sail Area: 105 m² - Designer: NG Herreshoff - Built by: Herreshoff Boatyard - Original Owner: Amos Tuck French - Current Owner: Patrizio Bertelli - Year Built: 1905

Little Haste
Little Haste - Type: Knockabout Massachusetts Bay Cabin Class - Extreme example of the 21′ water-line Knockabout with a ballasted centerboard. 21′ restricted class sloop Little Haste, designed by W. S. Burgess as a rule beater. - LOA: 39′ 10″ / 11.91m - LWL: 21′ 0″ / 6.40m - Beam: 10′ 6″ / 3.23m - Draft: 3′ 6″ / 1.09m - Design Number: - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: - Sail Area: 950 sq ft - Designer: W. Starling Burgess - Built By: D. Fenton, Manchester, MA - Original Owner: Thornton K. Lothrop, Jr, Boston MA - Current Owner: - Launched: 1902

Lulworth
Lulworth - Type: British Big Class - LOA: 151′ 11″ / 46.3m - LOD: 121′ 0″ / 36.87m - LWL: 94′ 0″ / 28.64m - Beam: 21′ 8″ / 6.6m - Draft: 18′ 1″ / 5.5m - Designer: Herbert William White - Original Owner: Richard Lee - Year Built: 1920 - Built By: White Brothers - Hull Material: Composite (mahogany on steel) - Gross Displacement: 188 tons - Mainsail Area: 5,005.2 sq ft / 465 m2 - Marconi Topsail: 1,431.6 sq ft / 133 m2 - Jib: 748.1 sq ft / 69.5 m2 - Herbert William White designed the Lulworth in 1920, was built by the White Brothers’ Yard for Richard H. Lee, who wanted a racing boat to compete in the premier yachting league in Europe: the British “Big Class”.

Malabar I
Malabar I - A stout yacht, with short ends, graceful sheer leading to a high bow. Two cabin trunks, which adds to the strength of the yacht, providing strong partners for the mainmast. The first three Malabars are similar, but 2 and 3 are sleeker and yachtier. - LOA: 41’3 / 12.57m * LOD: * LWL: 31’10 / 9.70m * Beam: 11’7 / 3.53m * Draft: 6’2 / 1.88m * Ballast: * Displacement: 29,100 lbs / 13,200 kgs * Sail Area: * Yard Number: 155 * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Bald-Headed Schooner * Designer: Alden * Built by: C.A. Morse & Son, Thomaston, ME * Year Built: 1921 * Restored By: * Current Name: Dorothea,

Malabar II
Malabar II - Slight variation of the first Malabar, constructed with a single cabin, allowing more interior room, built from the same lines, but slightly fuller in the bow, with sheers slightly flattened, and different in accommodations, and ballast. - LOA: 41’6 / 12.60m * LOD: * LWL: 32’11 / 10.03m * Beam: 11’3 / 3.43m * Draft: 6’2 / 1.88m * Ballast: * Displacement: 28,600 lbs / 12,973 kgs * Sail Area: 938 sq ft * Yard Number: 162 * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Schooner * Designer: Alden * Built by: C.A. Morse & Son, Thomaston, ME * Year Built: 1922 * Restored By: Elmer Collemer, Camden, Maine * Current Name: Hispaniola * Original Owner: John G. Alden * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Malabar III
Malabar III - Malabar II and Malabar III were built from the same lines, and were almost identical except in their accommodations and ballast. Malabar III has a slightly different arrangement with the port quarter berth has a bulkhead around it to make a small, private after stateroom. Malabar III has no engine, but was provided with a shaft log and propeller. - LOA: 41’6 / 12.60m * LOD: * LWL: 32’11 / 10.03m * Beam: 11’3 / 3.43m * Draft: 6’2 / 1.88m * Ballast: * Displacement: 28,600 lbs / 12,973 kgs * Sail Area: 938 sq ft * Yard Number: 162b * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Schooner * Designer: Alden * Built by: C.A. Morse & Son, Thomaston, ME * Year Built: 1922 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Original Owner: John G. Alden * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Malabar IV
Malabar IV - In comparison Malabar I had a ballast-displacement ration of 33%, compared to 49% in Malabar 4. To use this greater stability 4 had a lot more sail area than her predecessors. In 1923, her first season, she won all of her races, going 8 for 8, one of which was the prestigious New London/Bermuda race. She was the first Malabar to be built by another yard other than C.A. Morse, with the next 4 being built in Maine. - LOA: * LOD: 46’9 / 14.25m * LWL: 35’6 / 10.82m * Beam: 11’1 / 13.63m * Draft: 6’9 / 2.06m * Ballast: * Displacement: 37,200 / 16,874kgs * Sail Area: 938 sq ft * Yard Number: 205 * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Schooner * Designer: Alden * Built by: C.A. Morse & Son, Thomaston, ME * Year Built: 1923 * Restored By: * Current Name: Black Duck

Malabar Jr
Malabar Jr - Malabar Juniors evolved through several designs, number 271 in 1926 (four sisters built); number 326 in 1927 (five sisters built); number 599 in 1936 (eight sisters built); number 691 in 1939 (26 sisters built); and number 762 in 1946 (16 sisters built). From a simple workboat type, inexpensive design, much like the Friendship sloop, to a more expensive yachty type, with long ends, slacker bilges, with higher freeboard amidships. - LOA: 30.00' / 9.14m * LOD: 30.00' / 9.14m * LWL: 23'3 / 7.09m * Beam: 9'9 / 2.97m * Draft: 5'1 / 1.55m * Ballast: 4800 lbs. / 2177 kgs. * Displacement: 12,6383 lbs./ 5,729 kgs * Sail Area: 572 sq ft * Yard Number: 326 (five sister ships built) * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: Alden * Built by: * Year Built: 1927 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Original Owner: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Maria Cattiva
Maria Cattiva - 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:

Mariette
Mariette - Commissioned by J. Frederick Brown, Mariette is one of two sisterships (Ohonkara no.827) to Harold S. Vanderbilt’s schooner yacht “Vagrant” - LOA: 109′ 0″ * LOD: 00′ 0″ * LWL: 80′ 0″ * Beam: 23′ 8″ * Draft: 14′ 4″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 183 Tons * Sail Area: 8,070 * Yard Number: 772 * Hull material: Steel * Rig: Schooner * Designer: N.G. Herreshoff * Built by: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol Rhode Island. * Year Built: 1916 * Restored By: * Current Name: Mariette of 1915 * Original Owner: Jacob Frederick Brown * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Marilee
Marilee - Type: New York 40 - Class: Vintage - One of the famous Herreshoff New York Yacht Club 40’s known as the “Fighting Forties.” Casper Whitney, in the August 1901 issue of Outing magazine referred to the New York Yacht Club 40’s as having “that Herreshoff characteristic of passing unperturbed through agitated waters.” Edwin J. Schoettle described the New York 40’s as “excellent, heavy-weather boats, having an ability to withstand all kinds of rough handling, both by men and weather.” Mr. Schoettle further commented, “I have been told that a 40 has never been seen reefed.” - LOA: 59′ 0″ - LWL: 40′ 0″ - Beam: 14′ 6″ - Draft: 8′ 2″ - Original Rig: Sloop - Hull Number: 955 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Edward I. Cudahy - Built: 1925 - Original Price: $4,200 - Boat Location: New Bedford, MA - Current Name: Marilee - Current Owner: - Sail Number:

Mariquita
Mariquita - Type: 19 Metre - LOA: 125′ 0″ * LOD: 95′ 4″ * LWL: 66′ 0″ * Beam: 17′ 0″ * Draft: 12′ 0″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 79 Tonnes Sail Area: 6,260 sq ft * Yard Number: 595 * Hull material: Mahogany and steel frames * Rig: Gaff Cutter * Designer: William Fife III * Type: 19 Metre Class (First International Rule 19) * Built by: William Fife & Son, Fairlie * Year Built: 1911 * Restored By: Fairlie Restorations * Current Name: Mariquita * Original Owner: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Mashnee
Mashnee - Type: Buzzards Bay 30 - Found abandoned in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. At the time of Mashnee’s restoration in Vermont, three other 30s (Young Miss, Lady M, and Quakeress III) were being restored by French and Webb in Belfast, Maine, and all four 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: 569 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Built By: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol, RI - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Jan Rozendaal - Current Location: 2010 Lake Champlain, cruises Maine coast - Built: 1902

Mikado
Mikado - Type: Clyde Linear 30 - William Fife built Mikado for Sir William Corry as a 'Clyde 30' at a time when the rules were in a state of flux, allowing him to do more or less as he wished. Originally a Gaff Cutter, Mikado was converted in 1924 into a cruiser racer with a Bermundan rig. - LOA: 42′ 0″ * LOD: * LWL: 30′ 0″ * Beam: 8′ 7″ * Draft: 6′ 7″ * Ballast: 4000 kilograms * Displacement: 7.7 tonnes * Sail Area: * Yard Number: 509 * Hull material: Mahogany and Pitch Pine * Rig: Bermudan Cutter * Designer: William Fife * Type: 1904 Clyde Linear 30 class * Built by: W Fife Fairlie * Year Built: 1904 * Restored By: * Current Name: Mikado * Original Owner: Sir William Corry * Current Owner: Sir Michael & Beverley Briggs * Sail Number: 6

Mineola
Mineola - Type: New York 70 - LOA: 106′ 0″ - LWL: 70′ 0″ - Beam 19′ 4″ - Draft 14′ 0″ - Displacement: 84 tons - Sail Area: 6,950 sq. ft +or- - Original Rig: Cutter - Hull Number: 529 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Contracted By: August Belmont - Contract Date: 10/11/1899 - Status: Destroyed

Mink
Mink - Type: Buzzards Bay 25 - LOA: 32′ 0″ - LWL: 25′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 3′ 0″ - Hull Number: 733 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Howard Stockton, Jr. - Original Price: $2,000 - Built: 1914 - Location: Mystic, CT

Moonbeam of Fife
Moonbeam of Fife - MOONBEAM III was launched in 1903, a magnificent yacht which has now become one of the most successful classic yachts in the world. Designed to race, she sailed under the new RORC tonnage rule, which included sailing ships with fitted-out interiors. - LOA: 98′ 05″ / 30.00m * LOD: 81′ 04″ / 24.81m * LWL: 65′ 0″ / 19.83m * Beam: 15′ 05″ / 4.72m * Draft: 10′ 07″ / 3.25m * Ballast: * Displacement: 41 tonnes * Sail Area: 430 sq m * Yard Number: 491 * Hull material: Teak/Elm/Oak Frames * Rig: Original Yawl/ Current Gaff Cutter * Designer: William Fife III * Type: * Built by: William Fife & Son, Fairlie * Year Built: 1903 * Restored By: Fairlie Restorations * Current Name: Moonbeam of Fife * Original Owner: Charles Plumtree Johnson * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Mustang
Mustang - Type: NY 32 - Class: Vintage - In 1935 the New York Yacht Club were looking to replace the Herreshoff NY 30s. The NYYC’s requirements were that the vessel should be passage worthy, graceful, and fast. Olin Stephens designed and the Nevis Shipyard built the NY 32 with oak frames (1 5/8″ on 8″ centers), heavy Philippine mahogany planking, and a low, solid deck house, all without sacrificing speed or beauty. Rod Stephens bought Mustang in 1946, and owned her for 32 years. - LOA: 45′ 4″ - LWL: 32′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 7″ - Draft: 6′ 6″ - Design Number: 125 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 24,250 - Sail Area: 950 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Nevins, City Island NY - Contract Price: $11,000 - Original Owner: Harvey Conover - Current Owner: - Current Location: - Built: 1946 - Documentation or State Reg. Number: - Number of Engines: 1

Nan of Fife
Nan of Fife - "Nan”, originally commissioned by Irishman Thomas Burrowes, is the oldest William Fife designed yacht still sailing. In 1998, Philippe Menhinck began the restoration, from original archives, of the boat his grandfather had owned from 1948 to 1952. Two years later the restoration was complete. - LOA: 81.85′ - LOD: 63.15′ - - LWL: 44.19′ - Beam: 11.58′ - Draft: 8.53′ - Hull Number: - Rig: Gaff Cutter - Designer: William Fife III - Built by: William Fife & Son - Year Built: 1896

Nautilus
Nautilus - Type: New York 30 - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LOD: - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Hull Number: 642 - Rig: Gaff Sloop - Sail Area: 984 sq ft - Original Owner: A.G. Hanan - Designer: NG Herreshoff - Built by: Herreshoff Boatyard - Year Built: 1905

Neith
Neith - Class: Vintage - Herreshoff “Neith” Specifications: LOA: 59 ′ 0″ * LOD: 53′ 0″ * LWL: 40′ 0″ * Beam: 10′ 6″ * Draft: 8′ 0″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 41,000 lbs * Sail Area: * Yard Number: 665 * Hull Material: * Rig: Bermudan Cutter * Class: * Designer: N.G. Herreshoff * Built by: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol, RI * Year Built: 1907 * Restored By: * Original Owner: * Original Price: * Status: Active * Sail Number: 123 Historical: Built as a weekender for N.G. Herreshoff’s personal doctor

Nellie
Nellie - Class: Vintage - CRF Rating: 36.0 - Two similar yachts to this design were built by the Herreshoff Mfg. Co. in 1902 and 1903, the first being TRIVIA (HMCo #580) for Harold S. “Mike” Vanderbilt. The second was for Morton F. Plant, which he named NELLIE (HMCo #586). Both were full-keel boats based on the keel/centerboarder AZOR (HMCo #578) that had come out a few months earlier. - Built: Herreshoff 1903, No 586, for $6,400 Length overall: 46ft 6in (14.2m) - Length waterline: 34ft 6in (10.5m) - Beam: 12ft 1in (3.7m) - Draught: 7ft (2.3m) - Displacement: 27,700 lb - Sail area:1,300sqft (121m²)

Neola II
Neola II - Type: New York 30 - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Original Rig: J&M - Hull Number: 638 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: George M. Pynchon - Built: 1905 - Restored: 2013 Bristol, RI. - Original Price: $4,200 - June 2011 Price: $39,000* - Boat Location: Bristol, RI. - Current Name: Rowdy - Current Owner: - Sail Number: NY 12

Nina
Nina - Specifications: LOA: 70′ 0″ * LOD: 59′ 0″ * LWL: 50′ 0″ * Beam: 14′ 10″ * Draft: 9′ 7″ * Displacement: 44 Tons * Ballast: - Sail Area: 2,275 sq ft * Foremast: 65′ 0″ * Mainmast: 85′ 0″ * Design Number: * Yard Number: * Rig: Staysail Schooner * Designer: W. Starling Burgess * Built by: Biggalow Ship Yard, Monument Beach, Cape Cod, Mass * Original Owner: Paul Hammond * Year Built: 1928 - Restored By: * Boat Location: * Current Name: Nina * Current Owner: Rosemary & David N. Dyche * Sail Number:

Nor’wester
Nor’wester - Type: International 410 - James H. “Sham” Hunt on sailing on the International 410 Et Toi – “CRH and I only..age 13…raced in the New London to Marblehead Race in 1949 and won by such a large margin that the committee called the Canal to see if we had taken a short cut through it..no of course….this was when you had to check in before any transit was allowed! I doubt I added much but he had such stamina that a 24 hour vigil was a piece of cake.” - LOA: 35’10 7/8″ * LWL: 28’3″ * Beam: 6’10 3/4″ * Draft: 5’9″ * Ballast: * Displacement: *Designed: C. Raymond Hunt * Built By: Marblehead Yacht Yard * Year Designed: * Year * Built: 1947 * Sail Area: 482 sq ft * Hull material: “Harborite” Plywood Construction * Original Owner: Ray Hunt * Original Name: Et Toi * Sail Plan: Main, Jib, Spin Spinnaker: * Conventional * Upwind sail area: sq ft * Spinnaker sail area: * Crew:

Norma B
Norma B - Type: Fisher's Island 24 - Class: Vintage - This boat was first known only as the 23 foot LWL sloop, and based on an initial purchase of eight boats by the Fishers Island Yacht Club, starting with design 1212 through design 1225, was subsequently known by the FI 23 and later the FI H-23 designations. As a class. they raced at Fishers Island from 1932 – 1955, and some of them are still sailing today. - LOA: 34′ 0″ – LWL: 23′ 0″ – Beam: 7′ 0″ – Draft: 4′ 6″ – Ballast: 2,500 lbs (Lead) – Displacement: 5,050 lbs – Sail Area: – Hull Number: 1274 – Rig: Fractional Sloop – Designer: A. Sydney Herreshoff – Built by: Herreshoff Manufacturing Co. – Hull Construction: Backbone/Framing White Oak- Planking Mahogany (tight seam) – Original Owner: Arthur E. Whitney – Year Built: 1934 – Restored By: IYRS (Currently being restored 3.15.2015) – Boat Location: – Newport, Rhode Island – Original Name: Norma B. – Current Name: Norma B. – Current Owner: IYRS – Sail Number: H 23-15

Oriole
Oriole - Type: New York 30 - LOA: 43′ 9″ - LOD: - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 8′ 9″ - Draft: 6′ 4″ - Hull Number: 637 - Rig: Gaff Sloop - Sail Area: 984 sq ft - Original Owner: L. Delano - Designer: NG Herreshoff - Built by: Herreshoff Boatyard - Year Built: 1905

Oriole IV
Oriole IV - Oriole was originally laid down as Oriole IV, the successor in a line of vessels named Oriole that were in service as the flagships for the Royal Canadian Yacht Club of Toronto, Ontario. During the Second World War she was chartered by the Royal Canadian Navy as a training vessel. In 1949 she was again chartered by the Navy as a new recruit training vessel, and subsequently moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1951. She was officially commissioned HMCS Oriole 19 June 1952, and two years later the navy moved her to CFB Esquimalt to become a training vessel to the Naval Officer Training Centre. - LOA: 102’0″ / 31.08m - LOD: 91’0″ / 27.73m - LWL: 63’0″ / 19.20m - Beam 19’0″ / 5.79m - Draft 10’0” / 3.04m - Hull Number: - Designer: George Owen - Original Owner: Mr. G.H. Gooderham, Commodore of Toronto’s RCYC - Current Owner: Royal Canadian Navy - Year Built: June 4, 1921 - Built By: George Lawley & Sons, Neponset, MA Hull Material: - Displacement: 92 tonnes - Sail Area: 6,133 sq ft - Contract Cost: $100,000

Pauline
Pauline - Type: New York 40 - LOA: 59′ 0″ - LWL: 40′ 0″ - Beam: 14′ 6″ - Draft: 8′ 2″ - Original Rig: Cutter - Hull Number: 782 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Oliver G. Jennings - Built: 1925 - Original Price: $10,000 - Boat Location: Wicklow, Ireland - Current Name: Chinook - Current Owner: - Sail Number:

Providence
Providence - Type: Continental Sloop (Class A) - The Continental Sloop Providence is an accurate replica of Americas first war ship. The Providence was built in 1768 by the Brown family of Providence RI. She was the first vessel purchased by the Continental Navy and was John Paul Jones’ first command. He went on to fame aboard the Bonhomme Richard and then became the father of the US Navy after the revolution. - LOA: 110’0″ / 34m - LOD: 66’6″ / 20.3m - LWL: 59’0″ / 17.98m - Beam: 20’2″ / 6.16m - Draft: 7’9″ / 2.41m - Displacement: 118000 lbs - Hull Material: Fiberglass - Designed By: Charles Wittholz - Original Owner: - Built By: Don Gilkinson, Portsmouth Ri, United States - Year Launched: 1978

Quakeress III
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
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

Race Horse
Race Horse - Type: W - 37 Sport Classique - Class: Spirit of Tradition - Promotional Video Video - Like today’s current crop of cutting-edge race boats, the W-37 RACE HORSE is lightweight, relatively beamy, with a plumb stem and near-vertical transom. - LOA: 43ft 5in / 13.25m - LOA: 43ft 5in / 13.25m - LWL: 33’3″ / 10.13m - Beam 11’8″ / 3.56m - Draft 8’0” / 2.44m - Designer: Stephens / Waring & White Yacht Design - Original Owner: Donald Tofias - W-Class president - Current Owner: Donald Tofias - W-Class president Year Built: 2010 - Built By: Brooklin Boat Yard (Brooklin, Maine) - Hull Material: Cold-Molded - Displacement: 8,520lbs (3,865Kg) - Sail Number: W37/US 1 - Sail Area: 886sq ft (82.3sq m) - SA/D: 38.7 - DL Ratio: 85

Ragamuffin
Ragamuffin - Type: S&S 48 - Has raced in 21 Rolex Sydney Hobarts, three Admiral’s Cups – 1969, 1971 and 1973 Legendary owner Syd Fischer has represented Australia internationally in 5 America’s Cup campaigns; self-funding all (a record shared with Sir Thomas Lipton). Lifetime Achievement Award from the Australian Yachting Awards 2013, Award for services to Yachting 2003, mentor to many of today’s sailors including Ian Murray, James Spithill. In 1968 the first of Syd’s yachts named Ragamuffin hit the water. Syd built her in time for the Admiral’s Cup trials. She was the top point scorer at the ’68 Cup for Australia, with the team finishing 2nd overall. The boat went on to win every major race it contested in Australia, with the exception of the Hobart race. As of 2010, she has sailed 25 Hobart races under the names of Ragamuffin, Margaret Rintoul II and Spirit of Koomooloo. – Current Name: Spirit of Koomooloo – ex, (1988) Margaret Rintoul II, ex (1968) Ragamuffin - LOA: 48′ 8″ - LWL: 36′ 0″ - Beam: 12′ 6″ - Draft: 7′ 9″ - Design Number: 1949 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 30,654 lbs - Sail Area: 1,050 sq ft - Sail Number: 70 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Quilkey Brothers, Sydney, Australia - Original Owner: Syd Fischer - Current Owner: Mike Freebairn - Launched: 1968

Ragna R
Ragna R - Type: Fractional Rig Sloop - Ragna R is a Knud Reimers Bermudian Sloop built by Gustav Plym in Sweden in 1938. - LOA: 53’3″ / 16.23m - LWL: 34’9″ / 10.6m - Beam: 9’6″ / 2.89m - Draft: 7’10” / 2.4m - Hull Number: - Designer: Knut Reimers - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Brigadier Charles B. Telfer - Current Location: Haslar Marina, Gosport UK - Year Built: 1938 - Built By: Gustav Plym - Hull Material: Oak/Steel Composite Frames - Gross Displacement: 17.4 tonnes - Sail Area: 100 sq m - Sail Number: K3522T

Rainbow
Rainbow - Type: New York 70 - LOA: 106′ 0″ - LWL: 70′ 0″ - Beam 19′ 4″ - Draft 14′ 0″ - Original Rig: Cutter - Hull Number: 529 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Contracted By: Cornelius Vanderbilt - Contract Date: 10/11/1899 - Original Price: $32,594 - Status: Destroyed

Ranger
Ranger - Type: J-Class: - Class: Spirit of Tradition - LOA: 136 ′ 4″ * LOD: 138′ 0″ * LWL: 91′ ″ * Beam: 21′ 1″ * Draft: 16′ 1″ * Ballast: * Displacement: 166 tons * Sail Area: * Yard Number: model 77 C * Hull Material: Steel * Rig: Bermudan Cutter * Class: J-Class Rule – Lloyd’s Register + MCA * Designer: Starling W Burgess – Paolo Scanu/Reichel-Pugh * Built by: Danish Yacht, Skagen, Denmark * Year Built: 2004 * Restored By: * Current Name: Ranger * Original Owner: John Williams * Current Owner: John Williams * Sail Number: J5 - The only adjustment to Ranger’s hull lines was to add four extra inches to her freeboard, and the design team decided on a deck house rather than the original flush deck of the day racers.

Rawhiti
Rawhiti - Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron, Commodore C. P. Murdoch presented to Mr. Pittar, upon the launching ceremonies, the club’s burgee, and noting through his adjournment, at a champagne luncheon, a toast of” The Owner” saying that Mr. Pittar had done more than any other man in the colony to uphold New Zealand yachting, and the reputation of Auckland-built yachts in New Zealand and Australia, sparing neither money nor time in the interest of the sport. - LOA: 54′ 0″ / 16.5m * LOD: * LWL: 34.9′ / 10.6m* Beam: 9.8′ / 2.98 * Draft: 7′ 0″ / 2.13M * Ballast: * Displacement: 6.5 Tons * Sail Area Upwind: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Over Built For Passage Making, Diagonal Principle, Triple-Skin Kauri, All Boards Being the Full Length of the Hull * Rig: Gaff Rigged Cutter * Mast: Oregon Pine * Other Spars: Spruce * Designer: Robert Logan Snr * Built by: Messrs. Logan Bros., Auckland, Mechanics Bay (now filled in), New Zealand * Year Launched: 6th October 1905 * Christened By: Mrs A. Logan * Restored By: Brookes Boatbuilders of Waimauku * Current Name: Rawhiti (“Sunshine”) * Original Owner: Mr. A T Pittar, Sydney * Current Owner: Greg Lee and Sam Stubbs (brothers in law) * Sail Number: 6

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Rozinante
Rozinante - This is one of the most popular small cruising boat designs, and with good reason. She features a relatively light and very sleek hull form compared to English canoe yawls, and her hull lines are regarded by many as some of the most beautiful ever drawn - LOA: 28′ 0″ * LOD: * LWL: 24′ 0″ * Beam: 6′ 4″ * Draft: 3′ 9″ * Displacement: 6,600 lbs * Ballast: 3,360 * Sail Area: 348 * Design Number: 98 * Yard Number: * Rig: Canoe Yawl * Designer: L.F. Herreshoff * Built by: * Year Built: 1956 * Restored By: * Current Name: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Rugosa II
Rugosa II - Type: New York 40 - Class: Vintage - LOA: 59′ 0″ - LWL: 40′ 0″ - Beam: 14′ 6″ - Draft: 8′ 2″ - Original Rig: Marconi Yawl - Hull Number: 983 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Russell Grinnell - Built: 1925 - Original Price: $32,500 - Boat Location: Bristol, RI - Current Name: Rugosa - Current Owner: Halsey Herreshoff - Sail Number:

S&S 34
S&S 34 - British yachtsman, and PR agent Michael Winfield commissioned Olin Stephens to design a 34' production racer-cruiser, the resulting design was established as a new class in 1968 and quickly achieved great racing success. One of Mr. Winfield's first customers was former Conservative Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath. A novice sailor with a keen eye and after seeing one at the 1969 London Boat Show, so impressed with the design he order one. The same year Sir Edward Heath entered and won the 1969 Sydney Hobart race, the second Brit to win this prestigious race in its history. So began the distinguished racing career and dominance on racing podiums throughout the world. - LOA: 33' 6" / 10.2m LWL: 24' 2" / 7.4m - Beam: 10' 1" / 3.1m - Draft: 5' 10" / 1.8m - Design Number: - Rig: Bermudan Sloop - Displacement: 11,000 - 13,000 lbs / 4,900kg - 5,900kg - Sail Area: 592 - 700 sq ft / 55 - 65m2 - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Designed: 1968

Sadie
Sadie - In 1914 hull number of 732 was commissioned by E.C. Benedict, and was a further improved Alerion design. In order to make her less tender and wet in choppy conditions, Sadie was designed with more length, beam, flair, and internal ballast than her predecessor. - LOA: 27′ 0″ – LWL: 21′ 9″ – Beam: 8′ 0″ – Draft: 2′ 8″ – Hull Number: 732 – Contract Date: 3/17/1914 – Contracted By: Elias Cornelius Benedict (Wall Street investor and former Seawanka Corinthian Yacht Club Commodore) – Original Price: $1,850 – Designer: N.G. Herreshoff

Sagittarius
Sagittarius - Type: IOR - is the sister ship of the second Morning Cloud, and one of the very first IOR boats designed by S&S, with the lines being drawn by the young German Frers. - LOA: 40′ 7″ - LWL: 32′ 8″ - Beam: 12′ 6″ - Draft: 6′ 8″ - Design Number: 2058 - Rig: Marconi Sloop - - Displacement: 10,5 tons - Sail Area: 110 m² - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - - Built By: Cantiere Navale Carlini, Italy - Original Owner: Giorgio Carriero - Current Owner: Thierry and Frederic Lafitte - Launched: 1971 - Sail Number: FRA 6065

Sayonara
Sayonara - Japanese for goodbye, was built by Mr G F Garrard, then commodore of the Royal Yacht Club of Victoria (RYCV) at a time when the largest yacht in Australia were to be seen on Port Phillip Bay. Designed as a fast cruising yawl with high bulwarks by W Fife of Scotland, being a sister ship to his own champion Cirego, she was built by Mr A McFarlane of Birkinhead, Adelaide, and launched Novemeber 1897. She then cruised around to Melbourne in record time. - LOD: 57’7″ / 17.58 - LWL: 38’2″ / 11.64 - Beam 10’6″ / 3.23 - Draft - Hull Number: - Designer: William Fife III - Original Owner: G.F. Garrard - Current Owner: Sayonara Syndicate - Built: 1897 - Sail Number: R6 - ARHV Number: HV000367

Scarlett O’hara
Scarlett O’hara - Type: SK 30 - Jonas Brundin is the Swede who came to Australia in 1992 as a business migrant bringing with him the plug for the 30-square-metre yachts, a Harry Becker design. He joined up with Garth Stewart and John Taylor with the view of building 30-square-metre yachts in Australia. - LOA: 12.70m * LWL: 9.5m * Beam: 2.23m * Draught: 1.48m * Displacement: 2.72tonnes

Scheherazade
Scheherazade - The yacht “Scheherazade” was named after the clever and exotic heroine of The 1,001 Arabian Nights, ” (a collection of West and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age.” With a staff of up to one-hundred people working on Scheherazade at one point during the build, the project took approximately four years to complete. On a foggy morning on September 27 in East Boothbay, ME, 3000 people showed up for the launch of Scheherazade. The 154’ ketch is the largest private yacht built in the US as of 2003. - LOA: 154’8″ / 47.15m * LOD: * LWL: 118’05 / 36.10m * Beam: 28’06 / 8.69m * Draft: 13′ 00 / 3.96m * Ballast: 153,000lbs * Bare Hull Weight: 110,000 lb * Sail Area: 9,940 sq ft * Main Mast Above Deck: 174′ * Mizzen Mast Above Deck: 110′ * Yard Number: 404 * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Ketch * Designer: Exterior Bruce King / Interior Andrew Winch * Built by: Hodgdon Yachts, Maine* Year Launched: September 27, 2003 * Restored By: * Current Name: ASOLARE * Original Owner: Bill and Barbara Stewart * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Signe
Signe - LOA: 112’0″ / 34.01m * LOD: 100’0″ / 30.48m * LWL: 87’06 / 26.70m * Beam: 22’00 / 6.70m * Draft: 8′ 00 – 22’00 / 2.43m – 6.70m * Ballast: 93,000lb / 42185kg. * Displacement: 230,000lbs * Sail Area: 5,230 sq ft. * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: King * Built by: Renaissance Yachts, Thomaston, Maine * Year Built: 1990 * Restored By: * Current Name: Signe * Original Owner: * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Skylark of 1937
Skylark of 1937 - Skylark, design 146, was a further improvement of Stormy Weather (design 27), Avanti (design 85) and Sonny (design 94) In 1972 Skylark completed a 31,106 mile circumnavigation. 2013 Currently sailing and racing in the med. - LOA: 53' 0" LWL: 38' 0" - Beam: 12' 0" - Draft: 7' 7" - Design Number: 146 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 45,725lbs - Sail Area: 1,981 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Pendleton Yacht Yard of Wiscasset, Me - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Tara Getty - Launched: 1937 - Sail Number:

Sonny
“Sonny” Specifications: - LOA: 53′ 6″ - LWL: 39′ 0″ - Beam: 12′ 6″ - Draft: 7′ 7″ - Design Number: 94 - Rig: Sloop - Displacement: 46,774 lbs - Sail Area: - Sail Number: - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Jacob’s Shipyard, City Island, NY -Original Owner: - Current Owner: Joe Dockery - Launched: 1935

Sophie
Sophie - Type: Bruce King Sloop - Class: Grand Prix - Jan Stenbeck, a Swedish lifelong sailor who went to Harvard Business School and who worked at Morgan Stanley in New York, chasing the America’s Cup had been a longtime dream. In 1983, after Conner lost the Cup to Australia, Stenbeck later told friends, ”I just felt joy.” He bought the committee boat used in that race, Black Knight, and built a 90-foot replica of the America’s Cup yacht Endeavor, and named her after his daughter Sophie. - LOA: 91’0″ / 27.73m * LOD: * LWL: 60’00 / 18.28m * Beam: 16’04 / 4.99m * Max Draft: 14’0 / 4.26m * Ballast: * Displacement: * Sail Area: * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: King * Built by: Renaissance Yachts, Maine * Year Built: 1991 * Restored By: * Current Name: Sophie * Original Owner: Jan Stenbeck * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Spartan
Spartan - Type: New York 50 - Class: Vintage - CRF Rating: 53.4 - The fleet of NY50s was commissioned by the New York Yacht Club and built in the winter of 1912-1913 by the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company of Bristol (HMCo), Rhode Island. The boats were graceful yet powerful, comfortable in heavy weather and so swift that they won the Astor Cup for sloops 9 times. Of the 9 NY50s built, the only known remaining vessel is Spartan (though Barbara may be out there somewhere, according to legend). Originally constructed as a jack yard tops’l gaff sloop, Spartan measures 72’ LOA and 50’ LWL. She has a 14’ 7” beam and a draft of 9’ 9”, displacing about 74,000 pounds. She carries 35,500 pounds of lead ballast.

Spellbound
Spellbound - Edmund A. Cutts, friend and disciple of L.Francis Herreshoff, designed and built SPELLBOUND for Abe Oberlin of New York City. Cutts. - LOA: 47’0″ / 14.32m - LOD: 44’0″ / 13.41m - LWL: 37'0" / 11.27m - Beam 10’10” / 3.07m - Draft 3’9” / 1.18m (centerboard) - Hull Number: - Designer: Edmund A. Cutts - Original Owner: Abe Oberlin, New York, N.Y. - Current Owner: Cuts and Case, Inc - Year Launched: 1970 - Built By: Cutts and Case, Oxford, MD - Hull Material: - Vertically framed, bronze strapped - Gross Displacement: - Sail Number:

Stella Polare
“Stella Polare”, sistership to “Corsaro II” descendant to 1953 “Baccarat” and “Ma Jong” but on a larger scale. Marginally adapted for the RORC rule; with a small amount of tumble home in the top sides, allowing for a more favorable rating. There are small differences between “Corsaro II” and “Stella Polare” although the design is numbered the same. - LOA: 69′ 4″ - LWL: 50′ 0″ - Beam: 16′ 1″ - Draft: 9′ 6″ - Design Number: 1505 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 104,960 lbs - Sail Area: 2,735 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: - Original Owner: Einar Hansen, Malmo Sweden - Current Owner: Marina Militare - Launched: 1961 - Sail Number:

Stormvogel
Stormvogel - Feared by ocean racers throughout the world in the 1960s was a design collaboration between 3 designers. E. G. Van de Stadt drew the hull lines, John Illingworth, the Sailplan, with Laurent Giles, construction details and general oversight. The collaboration was formed because The Van de Stadt Zaandam office, had absolutely no time available to develop the construction plan in great detail. - LOA: 74’6″ / 22.73m * LOD: 74’6″ / 22.73m * LWL: 59’04 / 18.10m * Beam: 16’00 / 4.87m * Draft: 9’06 / 2.92m * Ballast: 29,000 lbs * Displacement: 62,000 lbs * Sail Area: 2,460 sq ft * Design Number: 17 * Hull material: Bruynzeel Plywood * Rig: Yawl * Designer: Collaboration – Hull: Van de Stadt, Construction Plans: Giles, Sailplan: Illingworth * Built by: Lamtico yard, Stellenbosch SA * Year Built: 1961 * Restored By: * Current Name: Stormvogel * Original Owner: Kess Bruynzeel * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Stormy Weather
Stormy Weather was designed to be an improved version of Dorade. - LOA: 53′ 11″ - LWL: 39′ 9″ - Beam: 12′ 0″ - Draft: 7′ 11″ - Design Number: 27 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 44,800 lbs - Sail Area: 1,332 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Henry Nevins, City Island N.Y. - Original Owner: Einar Hansen, Malmo Sweden - Current Owner: Christopher Spray - Launched: 1934 - Sail Number:

Svanevit
Svanevit - Type: 8 Metre - In 1939 consul Walter Edström comissioned Tore Holm to build Svanevit (shipyard in Gamleby, sail No. S 12). Edström, sailed the Svanevit for many years at the south coast of Sweden in the region around Göteborg. During those days the boat was intensively used by the family. – LOA: 48.06′ / 14.65m * LOD: * LWL: 29.52′ / 9,19m * Beam: 8.0′ / 2.44m * Draft: 6.23′ / 1,90m * Displacement: 8,6 tonnes * Ballast: * Sail Area: * Design Number: * Yard Number: * Rig: Sloop * Designer: Tore Holm * Hull: Mahogany on Oak Frames * Built by: Gamleby SE * Year Built: 1939 * Restored By: * Boat Location: * Current Name: * Original Owner: Walter Edström * Current Owner: * Sail Number: S12

Tabasco
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

Thendara
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:

Ticonderoga
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. -

Tioga II
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
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
Tosca - 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
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

Ursula
Ursula - Type: SK 55 - Ursula cost more than building a 8mR boat. The hull is mahogany and the deck Oregon Pine with mahogany lining. Due to the events of the Second World War most of the Finnish Square Metres were either destroyed or sold abroad. Ursula is probably the only bigger Square Metre that has survived and stayed in Finland. - LOA: 45.93′ / 14.0m * LOD: * LWL: * Beam: 6.56′ / 2.32m * Draft: 3.28′ / 1.70m * Ballast: * Displacement: 4,000 kg * Sail Area Original: 55 m2 * Yard Number: * Hull material: Mahogany * Rig: Sloop * Mast: * Designer: Gösta Kyntzell * Type: SK55 (Skärgårdskryssare) * Built by: Kristiinankaupunki * Year Built: 1922 * Restored By: * Current Name: Ursula * Original Owner: Karl Seidenschnur * Current Owner: * Sail Number: FIN-1

Virginia
Virginia - Type: New York 70 - Four boats were constructed for members of the New York Yacht Club. They were lightly built, raced hard, leaked extensively and only two boats continued sailing after the first year. - LOA: 106 ′ 0″ * LOD: 106′ 0″ * LWL: 70′ 0″ * Beam: 19′ 4″ * Draft: 14′ 0″ * Ballast: * Displacement: * Sail Area: 6,000 sq ft * Yard Number: 533 * Hull Material: * Rig: Cutter * Class: NY 70 * Designer: N.G. Herreshoff * Built by: Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, Bristol, RI * Year Built: 1899 * Restored By: * Original Owner: W.K. Vanderbilt * Original Price: $32,594 * Status: Destroyed * Sail Number:

Vixen
Vixen - Type: 15 Square Metre - Was designed by Knud Reimers and built at the Kungsors boatyard in central Sweden by Oscar Schelin. Imported to the UK before the Second World War, she was one of only a handful of the elegant Square Meter Rule yachts. At the time building to the rule was prolific in the Baltic but scarcely known in the UK. As co-skipper Jack Gifford explains, “Much finer in form and lighter in displacement than her British counterparts, Vixen and her kind were viewed with suspicion by the (British) yachting establishment and with her light and efficient construction deemed as ‘un-seaworthy.” One famous British sailor had fallen in love with the Swedish Square Meter yachts and collaborated with Reimers to build his own yacht. That, of course, was Uffa Fox, and the boat he built at Cowes was the Vigilant. So confident was Uffa in its sea keeping that he set out to sail it to its spiritual homeland of Sweden to take part in the Swedish championships. – LOA: 33″ 0″ / 10.05m * LWL: 21′ 8″ / 6.64m * Displacement: 1.3 Tonnes * Year Built: 1937 * Built By: Oscar Schelin Kungsors Boat Yard, Sweden * Restore By: 2011 Brooklin Boat Yard

Vryling
Vryling - Skylark, design 146, was a further improvement of Stormy Weather (design 27), Avanti (design 85) and Sonny (design 94) In 1972 Skylark completed a 31,106 mile circumnavigation. 2013 Currently sailing and racing in the med. - LOA: 53' 0" LWL: 38' 0" - Beam: 12' 0" - Draft: 7' 7" - Design Number: 146 - Rig: Yawl - Displacement: 45,725lbs - Sail Area: 1,981 sq ft - Designer: Sparkman & Stephens - Built By: Pendleton Yacht Yard of Wiscasset, Me - Original Owner: - Current Owner: Tara Getty - Launched: 1937 - Sail Number:

W-22
W-22 - Constructed initially for Nantucket/Palm Beach as a one design class. Designed for shallow waters with strong winds. - LOA: 22’10″ / 6.76m - LWL: 18’4″ / 5.60m - Beam: 6’1″ / 1.85m - Draft 11 1/4” / .29m – 1’10” / .60m - Displacement: 1,900 lbs - Designer: W-Class Yachts - Freeboard (at station 7) 1′ 6 1/4″ - Wetter Surface Area: 91.5 sq ft - Water-Plane Area: 62.5 sq ft - Center of Buoyancy: 53.8% (Aft of 0) - First Built: 2015 - Built By: Artisan Boatworks, Rockport, Maine - Hull Material: Wood - Sail Area: 204.6 sq ft (Main-131.1 – Jib-74.1) - Sail Number: W-22 US-1

Wachiwi
Wachiwi - Type: Buzzard Bay 30 - 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. - ex Lady M, ex Evelyn, ex Quissett, ex Vado, Blue Dolphin - LOA: 46′ 6″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam: 10′ 10″ - Draft: 5′ 3″ - Hull Number: 562 - 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: Paxon Offield - Current Location: - Built: 1902 - Documentation or State Reg. Number: 136975 - Number of Engines: 1 - Engine Model: Volvo D2-40 (35 hp)

White Cap
White Cap Type: Buzzards Bay 25 - Current Name: Aria - LOA: 32′ 0″ - LWL: 25′ 0″ - Beam 8′ 9″ - Draft 5′ 4″ - Original Rig: J&M - Hull Number: 738 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: C. R. Holmes - Built: 1914 - Original Price: $2,000 -- Boat Location: Bristol, RI - Current Owner: Herreshoff Marine Museum Owner Since: 1992

Whitefin
Whitefin - Built to beat the Bruce King designed Whitehawk, and launched in the time for the duel at the 1983 Opera House Cup Regatta. "We Eat Hawk Meat" blazoned on the "Fins" crew shirts. Whitefin did beat Whitehawk that day, but not on corrected time with the "Hawk" winning the OHC that year. - LOA: 90’0″ / 27.43m * LOD: 90’0″ / 27.43m * LWL: 71’10 / 21.67m * Beam: 21’05 / 6.55m * Draft: 9′ 02 – 12’08 / 2.80m – 3.90m * Ballast: * Displacement: 120,000lbs * Sail Area: 4,050 sq ft * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: King * Built by: Renaissance Yachts, Maine* Year Built: 1983 * Restored By: * Current Name: Whitefin * Original Owner: Phil Long * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: * Sail Number:

Whitehawk
Whitehawk - Styled after the famous Herreshoff racing vessel Ticonderoga, the 105’ Whitehawk was designed by renowned Maine yacht designer Bruce King and commissioned in 1978. Her hull is one of the largest ever built using the Wood Epoxy Saturation Technique (WEST SYSTEM), which insures superior strength along with incredible lightness. Whitehawk’s performance capabilities along with her state-of-the-art technology and magnificent appointments make her the ideal vacation vessel for New England summers and Caribbean winters. - LOA: 105’| LOD: 92′ | WL: 78′ | BEAM: 20′ 6″ | DRAFT: 7′ 6″ | Daggerboard: 16’10” | Displacement: 84 Tons | Fuel Capacity: 830 | Water Capacity: 700 (Watermaker 60 Gallons Per Hour) | Sail Area: 4,484 | CABINS: 3 | Hull: Wood (Cold-Molded)

Wild Horses
Wild Horses - Type: W - Class: Grand Prix - “A spirited descendent of the swiftest boats of the early 20th Century, the W-76 racing yacht was conceived to pay homage to the legendary New York 50s, the thundering J-Class boats, and the nimble 12-Meters. The W-76 was the last of more than fifty distinctive designs from the drawing board of the late Joel White, the naval architect acclaimed for so beautifully reincarnating traditional wooden vessels using the most modern construction techniques. The W-76 is handcrafted in Maine. These award-winning, record-setting Spirit of Tradition racing yachts are fast, race-proven sloops with a bundle of trophies from wins in New England, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean.” - LOA: 76’4″ / 23.28m * LOD: * LWL: 53’11” / 16.18m * Beam: 16’01” / 4.90m * Draft: 11′ / 3.35m * Ballast: 26,450 lbs * Displacement: 52.900 lbs * Sail Area: 2,239 square feet * Yard Number: * Hull material: Wood construction * Rig: Sloop * Designer: White * Built by: Brooklin Boat Yard * Year Built: 1998 * Restored By: * Current Name: Wild Horses * Original Owner: Donald Tofias * Contract Cost: * Current Owner: Donald Tofias * Sail Number:

Yankee
Yankee - Type: New York 70 - Four boats were constructed for members of the New York Yacht Club. They were lightly built, raced hard, leaked extensively and only two boats continued sailing after the first year. - LOA: 106′ 0″ - LWL: 70′ 0″ - Beam 19′ 4″ - Draft 14′ 0″ - Original Rig: Cutter - Hull Number: 529 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: Duryea / Whitney - Built: 1899 - Original Price: $32,594 - Status: Destroyed

Young Miss
Young Miss - Type: Buzzards Bay 30 - Class: Vintage - French & Webb restored three BB 30s, Young Miss, Lady M, and Quakeress II, using materials, hardware & details specified in the original Herreshoff plans. Including double planking of cypress and fir with a bedding of thickened shellac between them. - LOA: 47′ 0″ - LWL: 30′ 0″ - Beam 10′ 10″ - Draft 5′ 3″ - Hull Number: 560 - Designer: N.G. Herreshoff - Original Owner: D. L. Whittemore - Built: 1901

Yvette
Yvette - Was one of the last Fife to leave Scotland, and was built for the Donaldson family, who were among some of Fife's most important clients. Three sistership's were built to the same design, 1898 Mignon, 1899 Yvette and Pierrette. The design was believed to be inspired by Sir Thomas Lipton's commission for his 1899 America's Cup challenger Shamrock. - LOD: 27' 2" - LWL: 16' 6" - Beam: 6' 7" - Draft: 4' 5" - Hull Number: 449 - Rig: Sloop - Sail Area: 366 sq ft / 34 m2 - Designer: William Fife III - Built by: William Fife & Son - Original Owner: Donaldson - Year Built: 1899


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