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1957 Loch Long One Design (OD) - £3,800 - NOT FOR SALE

Lying : Ashore Suffolk - Viewing strictly by appointment through Topsail

Loch Long One Design (OD)

General Specification

Designer : James Croll
Builder : Ernie Nunn of Waldringfield, Suffolk
LOA : 6.4m (21ft 0in)
LWL : 4.95m (16ft 3in)
Beam : 1.78m (5ft 10in)
Draft : 0.9m (2ft 11in)
Displacement : 816kg
Ballast : 318kg
Keel : Long Fin

Construction

Rigging & Sails

Equipment

Remarks

The Loch Long One Design racing yacht was originally commissioned by members of the Loch Long Sailing Club of Scotland to mark the coronation of George VI (and initially called the Coronation One Design) and was based on the Stjärnbät of Norway with the addition of a counter stern.

This Loch Long OD, "Gaen" #39, was a fleet leader back in the 80's, and the vendor informs us that she was still very competitive within her local fleet of about 30 boats at Aldeburgh when last raced (including a 2nd at Aldeburgh Week). With her very pleasing lines, she will undoubtedly bring much pleasure to her new owner whether being actively class raced or just cruising and having fun on the water!

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16121702 Gaen #39

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