Vertue MK2 - piani di costruzione

Piani originali del 1997 con licenza di costruzione 
(mai utilizzata) per un singolo scafo in legno 
FASCIAME TRADIZIONALE o 
STRIP PLANKING 

 
Class – Hull Number Vertue II  Mk 2 Class No. 1

Principal Design Data

L.O.A: 25’ 8” ( 7,81 m)
Datum: 21’ 6” ( 6.53 m)
Beam Max: 7’ 10″ ( 2.38 m)
Draft: 4′  5” ( 1.37 m)
Displacement tons:  4.16
T.M.: 
5.77 tons
Ballast ratio: 48.2%
Sail Area: 357 sq. ft
Rig: Bermudan Sloop

 

 

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Descrizione

 

Drawing n°

Description 

 Scale

114-6

W.E.S.T. Construction (wood - epoxy)

1:20

308

Section of lead keel

1:1

358

Double coaming ventilating hatch

1:2 - 1:1

516

Mast details

---

858

Stemhead fitting

full size & 1/2 F.S.

F956

Standard pulpit

1:16

1137

Deck Plan

1" to 1'

1154

Std joinery details - box type slinding hatch

as shown

1366

Timber construction plan & details (short cockpit)

1" to 1' & various

F2047

Ventilator boxes

- - -

3701

Sail Number

- - -

4271

Sail Plan

1/2" to 1'

5101

Schedule of running rigging

- - -

5161

Standard rigging & mast plan

1" to 1' & full size

5761

Mast details

- - -

5743

Bulkhead, Timber, & Keelboat spacing

1:12

5744

General arrangement

1:12

7182

Offset sheet (grp)

- - -

7183

Body Plan

1:5

11411

Boom for roller reefing

- - -

11417/2

Preventer plates

full size

 

 

 

The early history of Vertue II was chequered; in 1977 Rossiter Yachts of Christchurch England had masterfully outfitted the second hull. She was named Sallie after her owner’s wife. The mould tools remained at Seaglass Ltd, by then a subsidiary of Westerly Marine Construction who was, at the time one of the most prolific European production yacht builders.

The next three boats were built entirely by Westerly Marine Construction. It was perhaps a peculiar change in style for them as up till then, they had specialised in lighter fin keel and twin keel yachts, many of which were conceived in the Giles’ drawing office. Sparrow, hull VII no 3 was Westerly built and engineless, owned by David Hayes, an American, she was the first Vertue II to round Cape Horn.

The hull tools, owned by Mike Else who had financed the original project, remained at Rossiters Christchurch yard until in 1984 after some deliberation the contract to build new Vertue (Mk II’s) was given to Bossoms Boatyard in Oxford – better known for their exquisite river launches and electric boats.

Thirty five Vertue II Mk II’s were constructed after 1984, mostly finished by Bossoms and marketed by the Laurent Giles brokerage, but a small number were sold directly by the moulders and finished by their owners. Unfortunately as far as we are aware Bossoms ceased building the yachts in the late 1990’s and the hull and deck tools are no longer in existence.

See also the Lymington Seaboat built Vertue II Mk I (design number 0718)

 

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