Image from page 175 of “Yachts and yachting; a magazine devoted to the upbuilding of the noble sport of yachting” (1911)
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Title: Yachts and yachting; a magazine devoted to the upbuilding of the noble sport of yachting
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Publisher: Boston, Mass. Hollis Burgess yacht agency
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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in.; compound engine and two Almy water-tube boilers; speed 14 miles; elec-tric lights; storage batteries, steam windlass, steam heat, large ice-box, Bramhall-Deane range, awnings, binnacle dinghy and gig, new engine room telegraph. Yachtis flush deck, with I^awley deckhouse forward used as dining saloon, with duml)-waiterconnection to galley below, also smoking ssclion. Owners accommodation aff, con-sisting of two staterooms with double berths, one stateroom with single berth, onetoilet room, two patent transom berths in saJoon very broad and comfortable, andalso two berths in pilothouse, Pullman style. Galley, officers and crews quarters for-ward. This yacht has cruised inside and outside from North Carolina to and includingBay of Fundy, and has had a large amount of money spent on her in placing andkeeping her up-to-date in all departments. The boat is complete in every detail andcan be gotten ready for use at small fitting-out expenses. Charter proposition willalso be entertained.
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For Sale—Bargain figure: modern yawl. Length 58 ft. o. a., :]G ft. w. 1.. 12 ft. beam,S ft. draught. Built by B. Frank Wood in 1903. Construction: Mahogany planking,copper fastened. Accommodations consist of one stateroom, one quarter berth, cabinAvith two transom berths, galley, toilet room and forecastle. Interior finish white andmahogany. Headroom 6 ft. 6 in. Standing and running rigging in A-1 condition. Com-plete suit of sails, two boats, etc. Very comiflete inventory. The- boat is very fast aswell as being a fine s?a-boat., and must be seen to be appreciated.
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