Saturday, April 23, 2011

Design 2302 - Tartan Ten


Here is the Tartan Ten. Developed in 1976, the T-10 was developed as a racing/cruising/daysailing boat that was not designed to any specific rule. She was designed as a boat with an enormous cockpit and minimal interior, yet still sleeps six.

A prototype was constructed by Handy Boats of Falmouth, Maine using wood-Epoxy construction methods. From this prototype a plug was made. The boat was extremely popular with over 400 boats being built. The boats remain popular with large racing fleets still active today, especially in the Mid-West.

The boats are constructed of solid skin fiberglass laminate, longitudinal stringers and with cored fiberglass decks. They are virtually "bullet proof".


Here are the plans.


More information can be found here on the T-Ten National Class website.

Principal Dimensions
LOA 33'-2"
LWL 27'-0"
Beam 9'-3"
Draft 5'-11"
Displacement 6,700 lbs
Ballast 3,340 lbs
Sail Area 486 sq ft

Design 1711 - Jandy


Jandy was designed and built in the winter of 1962 and launched in the spring of 1963. Her builder was the Vic Franks Boat Company of Seattle, Washington. She is constructed of Alaskan cedar over white oak framing.

Here is the general arrangement plan.


It's a very well thought out interior. Interesting to see a 2 head boat at 48' overall.

The general arrangement shown above is a fairly high resolution image so you should be able to click on it, open in another window and zoom in quite far. I will draw your attention to the somewhat unusual (at least for S&S) steering arrangement. The boat features a wheel steerer. The wheel is located between a binnacle and a helm seat on centerline. The wheel is angled aft and the wheel shaft passes through a bulkhead steerer mounted in the face of the seat bottom. At the base of the steering wheel shaft is a conventional chain sprocket and it in turn is lead to the quadrant by chain/wire. I wonder if the owner was perhaps a handicapped sailor or just requested this type of arrangement?


Principal Dimensions
LOA 48'-1"
LWL 32'-6"
Beam 12'-4"
Draft 5'-6"
Displacement 31,256 lbs
Ballast 8,500 lbs
Sail Area 1,050 sq ft

Friday, April 22, 2011

Design 2432 - Prestige 36


This little I.O.R. cruiser/racer was built on a production basis by Prestige Yachts International of Australia in the early 1980s. The boats are constructed of fiberglass. The design was also utilized by a builder in the Philippines who marked the boats as the Holiday 36.

Here are the plans.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 35'-6"
LWL 29'-3"
Beam 11'-6"
Draft 6'-6"
Displacement 12,800 lbs
Ballast 5,428 lbs
Sail Area 720 sq ft

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Design 2193 - Impala 41 Class


Here's another with no photographs on file, unfortunately. She must be quite a beauty. Impala was built by Cantiere Navale Castiglione of Italy on a production basis between 1973-1984. I have no idea how many were built. She is constructed of solid fiberglass laminate with multiple longitudinal foam hat-section stringers. This is the second boat designed for this shipyard by Sparkman & Stephens.

Here is the general arrangement plan.


Okay so I pinched this fairly low quality image off the Internet.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 41'-10"
LWL 31'-4"
Beam 12'-1"
Draft 6'-6"
Displacement 18,492 lbs
Ballast 9,610 lbs
Sail Area 779 sq ft

Design 337 - Restless


This little centerboarder was built by the Oxford Boatyard Co. of Oxford, Maryland. She is constructed of wood and launched in 1940.

Here is the general arrangement plan.


Here's an article about the boat from The Rudder magazine, 1940.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 38'-0"
LWL 27'-0"
Beam 10'-2"
Draft 4'-2"
Displacement 16,900 lbs
Sail Area 621 sq ft

Design 2035 - Young Nick

Restoration Complete

This beautiful boat makes her home in New Zealand. She was built by Brin Wilson who has built a handful of Sparkman & Stephens boats and is considered one of the premiere boatbuilders of New Zealand. She is constructed of wood and was launched in 1970.

Anniversary Day Regatta 31 Jan 2011 - Photo Courtesy Will Calver

Click here to see a previously posted article about this design. Click here for a link to the Young Nick blogsite. Thank you to the owner for sending these images. It's a nice looking boat.


Here's a nice article about S&S boats in New Zealand from Boating New Zealand magazine. Please double click for zoom.

Design 2326 - Götz von Berlichingen


That's a mouthful. Click here for the background on this yacht's complicated name. This aluminum ketch was built by the Dubbel & Jesse Shipyard of Norderney, Germany. She was launched in 1982. The client was a previous owner of a Swan 65. His design brief was extensive and the resulting boat is an interesting study. In part some of the interior and exterior details were a result of his interior designer, Heinz Voller of Germany.

The boat is powered by twin Perkins 6354 diesel engines generating 120 hp each.


Here are the plans.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 66'-11"
LWL 49'-0"
Beam 18'-0"
Draft 7'-3" (board up) 12'-2" (board down)
Displacement 66,477 lbs
Ballast 19,000 lbs
Sail Area 1,768 sq ft


Design 2203 - Come on Daddy


This boat is described as a Utility Powerboat. The boat was built in a joint venture with Dramiscotta Boat Works building the aluminum hull and deck and Wayfarer Marine of Camden, Maine finishing the boat. The boat was delivered in 1975. The boat was designed and built for Thomas J. Watson, Jr. of IBM. The last we knew of her is she has been renamed Termigant and makes her home in Fishers Island, New York.

Power is derived from twin Westerbeke 6-346 marine diesels generating 115 hp each for a top speed of 12 knots.

Here are the plans.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 37'-10"
LWL 34'-0"
Beam 11'-10"
Draft 3'-8"
Displacement 18,477 lbs


Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Design 2186-C1 - IW 40


This fiberglass production yacht was built by the IW-Varvet AB shipyard of Sweden. Production ran from approximately 1977-1983.

Here are the plans.


An owner was kind enough to send us these images. Here are some interior views. Please note these images correspond with the general arrangement in the brochure as shown below, not the general arrangement as shown above.

Main Cabin

Convertible Settee

Galley

Nav Area

And finally here's a copy of a brochure. Double click for zoom.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 39'-6"
LWL 28'-6"
Beam 11'-5"
Draft 6'-3"
Displacement 16,660 lbs
Ballast 8,957 lbs
Sail Area 716 sq ft


Design 2056 - Carillion


This 45' I.O.R. racing yacht was built by Clare Lallow of Cowes, England for Admiral's Cup racing. She is constructed of wood: single planked in mahogany over white oak framing. She was launched in 1970. An exact sistership was built a year later but I can't tell who built it or where.

Here are the plans.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 45'-2"
LWL 33'-4"
Beam 13'-0"
Draft 7'-0"
Displacement 25,088 lbs
Ballast 11,000 lbs
Sail Area 815 sq ft

Far Cry - Design 230


This design is labeled a motorsailer. I believe that's a "Far Cry" from correct. She's a motoryacht, with a steadying sail in my opinion. That array at the aft end of the pilothouse looks to be a set of outriggers in their stowed, upright position.

We don't know a lot about this boat. She was built by Mathis Yacht Building Company of Camden, New Jersey and launched in 1938.

Here's the arrangement plan.


Principal Dimensions
LOA 47'-4"
LWL 42'-0"
Draft 4'-6"
Beam 13'-1"