Thursday, March 10, 2011

Design 1536 - Cleopatra


This beautiful sport fisherman was built by Freeport Point Shipyard of Long Island, New York. To my eye she really is a nice looking boat. The boat was designed for a J. Lakin Baldridge of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, and an avid fisherman. She was designed for day fishing and a rare overnighter.


She was constructed of white oak framing and mahogany planking and launched in November, 1959. Power is derived from twin GM 4-53 diesel engines generating 120 hp each and resulting in a top speed of 19 mph, and a cruising speed of 15 mph.

Here is a nice launch sequence for when the boat arrived in Bermuda.



Here are the plans.


And an article from Yachting magazine.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 38'-4"
LWL 35'-0"
Beam 11'-6"
Draft 2'-5"
Displacement 15,400 lbs

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