Monday, June 27, 2011

Design 35 - Edlu


Edlu was built by Henry B. Nevins of City Island, New York and launched in 1934. She was designed and built for Rudolph J. Schaefer. She is a very typical design for the period from this office. Edlu was a notorious race winner.

Here's a nice letter from her owner. Please double click for zoom.


Here are the plans.


She was reconfigured in 1936 as a yawl. I have attached an image with her new rig. Her ballast was also increased to compensate for the additional sail area.


It looks like she was again re-rigged in 1963. Here's the revised sail plan. Looks like the bowsprit was reduced in length. Note the potential hard dodger shown.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 56'-2"
LWL 40'-0"
Beam 13'-0"
Draft 7'-10"
Displacement 47,100 lbs
Sail Area 1,143 sq ft

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