Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Design 1885 - Leventades II


Yesterday I posted an article about design #1330 but more specifically her sistership #1330-C1, Leventades. This design is for the same owner and bears the same name. Leventades II was launched 11 years after his previous boat. She was built by Cantieri Carlini of Milan, Italy and launched in 1967. She was designed to rate under the R.O.R.C. Rule.

Leventades II is constructed using laminated white oak frames, laminated mahogany stem, solid mahogany backbone and planked in mahogany.

Here are the plans.


The images you see here are of her sistership, Chrismuir. She was built by the D. Meeusen Shipyard of Breskens, Holland and launched in 1968.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 50'-6"
LWL 37'-0"
Beam 12'-0"
Draft 7'-11"
Displacement 33,952 lbs
Ballast 16,000 lbs
Sail Area 1,116 sq ft

1 comment:

  1. I am pleased to say that Design 1885 C3 (ex Chrismur III) is still doing well and making us proud owners.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/thamesfestivalclassicrally/3947642286/in/photostream

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