Friday, July 1, 2011

Design 2232, C1 & C5 - Mach II, Peanut Brittle and Leonore

Peanut Brittle

Three boats were built to this design for the one-tonner class. Two were built by Palmer Johnson of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. These aluminum racing yachts were minimalist racing machines. The first, Mach II was launched in 1975.

Here are the plans for Mach II and Peanut Brittle.

Principal Dimensions
LOA 38'-3"
LWL 27'-11"
Beam 11'-3"
Draft 6'-4"
Displacement 13,213 lbs
Ballast 6,090 lbs (outside) 300 lbs (inside)
Sail Area 619 sq ft

Leonore was built by Minneford Yacht Yard of City Island, New York. She is also constructed of aluminum. She was launched in 1975. She was a slightly modified version of the previous two boats and is much more of a cruiser-racer.


Here are the plans for Leonore.

Principal Dimensions for Leonore
LOA 38'-3"
LWL 27'-1"
Beam 11'-3"
Draft 6'-3"
Displacement 13,278 lbs
Ballast 6,000 lbs
Sail Area 653 sq ft

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