Thursday, January 26, 2012

Design 2175 - Nicola V


This is one of those designs that we don't know a lot about. After researching this design a bit it looks like 2 boats were built to the same set of plans, of wood. The boats were Nicola V and Anita. The builder was Johann de Dood of Bremen, Germany. The year was 1973. They are Admiral's Cuppers. It's a great looking profile with styling by the very talented designer Johan Valentijn.

I apologize that we don't have a small scale general arrangement handy. Here is a description of the layout: Aft cabin - quarter berths aft, port and starboard; galley forward to port; toilet room to starboard plus navigator's space; main cabin - settee to port converts to berth; upper berth to starboard with settee converting to berth; toilet room to port; forepeak - pipe berths port and starboard.

Principal Dimensions
LOA 42'-0"
LWL 32'-0"
Beam 12'-4"
Draft 6'-11"
Displacement 21,084 lbs
Ballast 10,000 lbs
Sail Area 787 sq ft

1 comment:

  1. A most unfortunate counter and transom.

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