Series Small Boats Annual 2008

A beach-explorer tender with a design pedigree

From Issue   Small Boats Annual 2008

P aul LaBrie is new to professional boatbuilding, but the design he chose for his first commercial project is one of the oldest in this publication. CARPENTER was drawn up by L. Francis Herreshoff in the summer of 1929—his Design No. 41—and featured in his book Sensible Cruising Designs .

In an era when small boats were less commonly created for their own sakes, Herreshoff devised CARPENTER as a tender for the 50′ auxiliary power cruiser WALRUS. (The names come from Lewis Carroll’s poem “The Walrus and The Carpenter.”) He described CARPENTER as being a “sort of cross between a whaleboat and a dory, for she is whaleboat-shaped above the waterline, but has the narrow, flat bottom of the dory. The combination would make an admirable seaboat, whether loaded or light, yet a boat that would also take kindly to being beached.” He went on to explain that the “turtlebacks fore and aft provide dry stowage space and extra buoyancy,” and that “the rig is extremely versatile, for…there is an additional mast position at the forward end of the centerboard trunk, which would allow sailing her as a catboat with either the big sail or the small one.” In short, Herreshoff mused, “she would make an excellent secondary cruising boat for exploring small waters within range of the WALRUS’ anchorage.”

For Paul LaBrie it was love at first sight. About 10 years ago a friend gave him a copy of Sensible Cruising Designs and as soon as he saw the drawings for CARPENTER, he “just fell in love. I always thought, if nothing else, it would be a fun boat to have for myself. Then two years ago we moved to Maine—we have a log home in the woods with a barn and access to lakes, the Penobscot River, and the upper Penobscot Bay. Once I’d built the new shop it seemed that CARPENTER was ideal to be my first boat.” Paul had built boats before: an English punt for his son, two kayaks—one an Aleut baidarka, the other a “tortured-ply” Severn from a Chesapeake Light Craft kit—and a strip-planked canoe, but CARPENTER was the “first bigger boat” and the first to be built “on spec.”

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The characteristics that made the L. Francis Herreshoff–designed CARPENTER a fine companion to the power cruiser WALRUS for day treks also make her a fine daysailer and gunkholing boat.

I met up with Paul the day after his first sail in CARPENTER when, despite a few minor details that he felt needed attention, he was pleased with how things had turned out.

Just as he had surmised when first he saw CARPENTER’s lines, she is, indeed, a pretty boat. Double-ended with smoothly curving turtleback decks fore and aft, her sheer sweeps pleasingly from end to end and is picked up in each of her narrow lapstrakes. Her shape is reminiscent of the lifeboats seen on oceangoing ships of the early 20th century, but her construction is altogether lighter—with an overall length of 18′ and a beam of 4′ 6″, she has a total hull weight of just 400 lbs. Following the lapstrake building technique described in Tom Hill’s book Ultralight Boatbuilding , CARPENTER’s glued side planks are of 7mm BS1088 meranti plywood, while the single-piece bottom board is of 18mm meranti ply covered externally with Dynel fabric and epoxy mixed with graphite to give a strong abrasion-resistant finish in anticipation of the boat being beached. For the rest, Paul used native lumber: ash for the frames, seats, and gunwales, and white pine strip planks for the decks—these he built in situ before removing them to glass-sheathe them top and bottom. The decks have a pleasing smooth-radiused curve, which Paul thinks may not have been Herreshoff’s original intention: “I think he would have built them with a flat top and vertical board, but I think the curve is prettier.” Like the bottom board, both the centerboard and rudder are in 18mm meranti plywood finished with epoxy and graphite powder; the centerboard and lifting rudder blade are both weighted with lead pockets (the rudder follows the designed profile, but Paul made it lifting for beaching).

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Her flat bottom makes CARPENTER an excellent boat for beaching, yet she has an elegant lapstrake appearance above the chine.

It’s always a treat to go sailing in someone’s new pride and joy, and when its performance lives up to the sweetness of the appearance, it’s a true joy. Paul and I embarked from his father’s dock in the upper reaches of the Piscataqua River on a day of little wind, yet we slipped right along, the chuckling of water against the narrow strakes a cheerful accompaniment to our conversation. Despite the strengthening ebb current (always an issue on this river that marks the southern border between New Hampshire and Maine), CARPENTER made good headway, and, as was to be expected given her light weight, she responded quickly to even the smallest breath of air. Paul told me that he’d heard criticism that the design is undercanvased—with the mizzen measuring just 19 sq ft and the main about 50 sq ft, it is certainly a small sail area, but judging by her progress that day I would have no qualms about it. Indeed, the reverse of the argument is that in a blow she could keep sailing when, perhaps, others of her size and narrow beam would run for shelter. For our outing we had set both main and mizzen. Sadly the wind never filled in enough to see how she fares cat-rigged with the main or mizzen mast stepped through the forward thwart, but I would expect her to remain well balanced. Under her ketch rig she tacked and jibed with grace, held a steady course on all points, and with no headsail to push her off, lay head-to-wind calmly and steadily whenever required.

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Yoke steering is necessitated by the centerline mizzensheet lead and works very well in a long, fine hull.

Inevitably with a new boat and an early outing we had one or two teething problems but with a bit of experimenting ironed them out. As we set off I found that she had rather pronounced weather helm, and this didn’t help me familiarize myself with the push-pull tiller. First I tried slacking off the mizzen sheet a couple of inches, and that did help but only with some loss of performance. Next we sheeted in both main and mizzen and raised the centerboard just a few inches—success! The helm was immediately lighter and, even when heeled to a gust, no longer a problem. The tiller did take some getting used to. For anyone accustomed to a conventional helming system it will surely seem awkward at first, but after awhile I did find that it became—if not quite second nature— at least logical.

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With her rig struck, CARPENTER rows and maneuvers well, with either one oarsman or two.

After a happy couple of hours’ sailing we returned to a beach by the Dover Point public landing and ran CARPENTER up on the shingle beach—just as she is designed and built to do. Her flat bottom now came into its own—she sits perfectly upright so that you can lean in and de-rig without grinding the topside lands into the beach. The masts and spars all fit within the boat’s length (one end of the mainmast tucked into the forward storage locker) so that you can row unimpeded, and trailer the boat without the need for support crutches. Once we were all tidied away Paul rowed around to the ramp, and within minutes CARPENTER was on the trailer and hitched to the back of the car—the ideal scenario if all you have time for is a short morning’s outing, or you’re lucky enough to be returning from a long weekend of camp-cruising with a friend.

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L. Francis Herreshoff described his CARPENTER design as a cross between a dory and a whaleboat, flat-bottomed with well-rounded sides. Her rig is simple and versatile, with an alternative maststep at the forward end of the centerboard trunk for sailing single-masted when the wind pipes up.

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This Boat Profile was published in Small Boats 2008 and appears here as archival material. If you have more info about this boat, plan or design – please let us know in the comment section.

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Thanks for the “bonus” article.

I have read somewhere in the past, that Carpenter was the basis for the Sea Pearl 21, a great boat in its own right, of which I have owned three over the years. This is indeed a beautiful boat, but probably beyond my abilities at age 87. Jim Brown Sweetwater, TN

Paul, did I miss it? Wondering about the beam? Looks more slender than I thought she might be, but likely the photos. She looks like a perfect little cruiser for overnights up there. I’m leaning toward the ILUR, love the freeboard of both… but this little beauty might just change my mind. Congrats, Rob K

I no longer have the plans for CARPENTER so I can’t accurately speak to the beam, but CARPENTER is a long, slim boat as the photos suggest. Yes, Sea Pearls were inspired by this Herreshoff design, but they are much larger boats. (Dr. Denis Wang, whose Downeast Work Boat was featured last month in Small Boats , is the longtime owner of CARPENTER. The boat is now located in the Pacific Northwest).

I really like Vivier’s Ilur; it is a wonderful design and is a much different boat from CARPENTER. Ilur has the great advantage of being available as a CNC-cut kit and could be built more quickly.

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The Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné

Welcome! For about a hundred years, from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century, boats were built in Bristol, Rhode Island, under the name of Herreshoff. Herreshoff-designed-and-built sailing yachts dominated national and international regattas, and Herreshoff steam yachts were among the world's fastest. With them came worldwide fame and prestige. Nathanael Greene Herreshoff (1848 - 1938), the designer of most of these yachts, is regarded by many as the preeminent yacht designer of that time, if not of all time. His contemporaries called him The Wizard of Bristol , and this became also the title of the first, and still the best, biography of N. G. Herreshoff, first published thirteen years after his death by his son L. Francis Herreshoff, himself a noted yacht designer. We are grateful to have permission to publish the first Internet version of this important book here .

The Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné at the Herreshoff.info website strives to be the most exhaustive source of information about Herreshoff boats, their models, and their history. Consider it a catalog which documents each and every known boat designed by or built by the Herreshoffs in Bristol — sail boats, steam yachts, military vessels, even rowboats and dinghies. It contains thousands of pages with thousands of vessel images, model photos, and facsimiles of documents. Information is provided about the boats, the half models that were used to create them, construction histories, launching dates, and ownership changes, along with much, much more. The entire catalogue raisonné is thoroughly cross-linked and offers fascinating possibilities for scholars, cognoscenti and owners of Herreshoff-built boats to study and explore N. G. Herreshoff's expansive career and production.

We are extremely fortunate that so much Herreshoff material has survived. Of some 2,000 craft built by the Herreshoffs, for example, more than 400 are still with us, owned privately and by at least eight museums. The Herreshoff Marine Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island has an unmatched collection of Herreshoff boats, yachts, and artifacts. It also houses one of the world's outstanding collections of half models made by several generations of the Herreshoff family including almost every half model ever carved by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff himself over his 75-year career as a designer. A visit to the Herreshoff Museum's model room is like stepping into an art museum and seeing every work of art ever created by a single famous artist — every one! (It is also what has caused this catalog to be named a catalogue raisonné.) Then there is the massive collection of Herreshoff drawings and related artifacts in the Hart Nautical Collection at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, Connecticut, holds large image collections (including photos by Burton, Bolles, and Rosenfeld) containing Herreshoff watercraft, as well as plans and artifacts (including hundreds of casting patterns), and a number of small boats built by HMCo. The Mariners Museum in Newport News, Virginia, has many photos of Herreshoff boats (by Levick and others) and at least two Herreshoff boats in its collection. Although entire books have been written about the Herreshoffs as well as newspaper and magazine articles, never before has an attempt been made to document all Herreshoff boats and models by systematically drawing on information from all these sources in order to create a larger whole. This is what the Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné is all about. Freely-accessible and continually reviewed and expanded, it is an ongoing endeavor intended to enable an understanding never before possible.

The pages that follow are dedicated to the Herreshoff Manufacturing Company and the Herreshoffs of Bristol.

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Collections & Research

L. Francis Herreshoff Collection

Ships plans collection 38.

Overview of the Collection
Repository: Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport
Creator: Herreshoff, L. Francis (Lewis Francis), 1890-1972
Title: L. Francis Herreshoff Collection
Dates: 1887-1977
Extent: 1,511 sheets representing 486 designs and additional non-vessel material
Abstract: The L. Francis Herreshoff collection consists of designs for racing and cruising yachts, canoes, kayaks and other small craft that Herreshoff produced as an independent designer. The collection also includes early work for W. Starling Burgess and illustrations from Norman L. Skene’s book “Elements of Yacht Design,” as well as plans from other designers.
Identification: Coll. 38

Biography of L. Francis Herreshoff

Lewis Francis Herreshoff (1890-1972), the son of Nathanael G. Herreshoff, was a naval architect, editor and author of numerous books and articles. As a young man, Mr. Herreshoff had the opportunity to work in each area of the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co. During World War I, he designed for the U. S. Navy, and he later worked for naval architect W. Starling Burgess. By 1926, he was self-employed, designing racing and cruising yachts, canoes, kayaks and other small craft. His racing yachts include a 1930 Americas Cup contender, the J class yacht WHIRLWIND; the almost unbeatable double-ended M class sloop ISTALENA; and the revolutionary R class sloops YANKEE and LIVE YANKEE. L. Francis Herreshoff became a well-known designer of graceful yachts; among the most famous are the schooner JOANN and the ketches BOUNTY, TIOGA and ARAMINTA. He published numerous articles, including many for the “How to Build” series of The Rudder magazine. His “How to Build” designs include NEREIA, MARCO POLO, MEADOW LARK, and the unusual catamaran, SAILSKI. His books include “The Writings of L. Francis Herreshoff,” “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” “The Common Sense of Yacht Design” and “The Compleat Cruiser.” Two books, “Sensible Cruising Designs” and “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” were published after his death.

Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Available for use in the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library

Restrictions on Use

 Various copying restriction apply. Guidelines are available from the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library.

Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the G. W. Blunt White Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.

Herreshoff, Nathanael Greene, 1848-1938 Skene, Norman L., 1878-1932

Corporate Bodies:

Abeking & Rasmussen Britt Brothers Burgess, Swasey & Paine George Lawley & Son Corp. Herreshoff Manufacturing Company

American Canoe Association 19 square meter canoe (Canoe) Araminta (Ketch) Ben-My-Chree (Sloop) Bonnie Lassie (Sloop) Bounty (Ketch) Button (Sloop) Buzzards Bay 14 (Sloop) Carpenter (Tender) Deva (Ketch) Diddikai (Ketch) Dulcinea (Ketch) Golden Ball (Ketch) H-14 (Dinghy) H-28 (Ketch) Istalena (Sloop) Joann (Schooner) Lightning (Sloop) Live Yankee (Sloop) Marco Polo (Schooner) Mayflower (Schooner) Meadow Lark (Sloop) Mistral (Schooner) Mitena (Sloop) Mobjack (Ketch) Nereia (Ketch) Prudence (Sloop) Puritan (Schooner) Questa (Sloop) Quiet Tune (Ketch) Rob Roy type decked canoe (Canoe) Rozinante (Yawl) Slipper (Sloop) Tioga (Ketch) Tioga II (Ketch) Walrus (Motorboat) Wasp (Sloop) Whirlwind (Sloop) Yankee (Sloop)

Boats and boating Naval architecture–Designs and plans Ships plans Yacht racing Yachting Yachts–Design and construction

Document Types:

Ships plans

Occupations:

Naval architects–United States Yacht designers–United States

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 38, Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection. For more information, please e-mail Ships Plans. This collection inventory was funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).

Vessel designs; 1887-1977
38.1 BOUNTY; 57.5 ft. auxiliary ketch and 11.08 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #58; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1934
38.2 UNIDENTIFIED; 16 ft. double paddle canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #57; Builder, various; 1947
38.3 UNIDENTIFIED; H-14 sailing dinghy Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #84; Builder, various; Date made unknown
38.4 UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. H-28 cruising ketch or sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #80 and #82; Builder, varies; Date made varies
38.5 LANDFALL; 71 ft. ocean cruising auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #49; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; 1931
38.6 LIVE YANKEE; 39.5 ft. R class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #21; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1927
38.7 NEREIA; 36 ft. ketch and 8 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #87; Builder, Dair Shipbuilding Corp.; 1954
38.8 UNIDENTIFIED; 10 ft. punt Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.9 UNIDENTIFIED; 16.5 ft. motor punt Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made uknown
38.10 UNIDENTIFIED; 14 ft. Rob Roy type decked canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.11 WASP; 38 ft. 6 meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #27; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1928
38.12 WHIRLWIND; 130 ft. J class sloop and 12 ft. rowboat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #44; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1930
38.13 TWISTER; 55 ft. towboatr Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #45; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1930
38.14 MINAS PRINCESS; 152.5 ft. tern schooner Designer unknown; Design numer unknown; Builder, Fowler Ship Building Company; 1919
38.15 TIOGA; 72 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #66; Builder, Quincy Adams Yacht Yard, Inc.; 1936
38.16 NOR’EASTER V; 50.5 ft. Q class sloop and 10.25 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #26; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1928
38.17 ISTALENA; 87 ft. M class sloop and 8.29 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #34; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Company; 1929
38.18 MOBJACK; 45.25 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #63; Builder, George Guillford; 1936
38.19 UNIDENTIFIED; 51 ft. Block Island boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #68; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.20 UNIDENTIFIED; 17.25 ft. Buzzards Bay 14 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #86; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.21 CHEERS; 40 ft. racing proa Designer, Richard C. Nedwick; Design #25; Builder, Richard C. Nedwick; 1967
38.22 HAWKE; 28.25 ft. Dutch boeier yacht Designer, E. H. Van der Zee; Design number unknown; Builder, E. H. Van der Zee; 1876
38.23 UNIDENTIFIED; 48.23 ft. Dutch boeier yacht Designer, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Design #182; Builder, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Date made unknown
38.24 UNIDENTIFIED; 39.37 ft. Dutch boeier yacht Designer, H. Kersken, Sr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.25 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch hoogar type yacht Designer, H. Kersken, Sr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.26 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch Lemmeraak type yacht Designer, H. Kersken, Sr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.27 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch boeier type yacht Designer, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Design #446; Builder, Amsterdam Shipyard; Date made unknown
38.28 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch boyer type yacht Designer, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Design #285; Builder, Amsterdam Shipyard; Date made unknown
38.29 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch schokker type yacht Designer, H. Kersken, Sr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.30 BRANDARIS; 53 ft. Dutch botter type yacht Designer, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Design number unknown; Builder, Amsterdam Shipyard; 1937
38.31 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch botter type yacht Designer, G. DeVries Lentsch, Jr.; Design number unknown; Builder, Amsterdam Shipyard; Date made unknown
38.32 UNIDENTIFIED; Dutch grundel type yacht Designer, H. Kersken, Sr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.33 NON-BOAT; Gravestone for Nathanael G. Herreshoff Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Date made unknown
38.34 NON-BOAT; Weather vane Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Design number unknown; Date made unknown
38.35 LEONORE; 49.16 ft. Q class sloop Designer, Johann Anker, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Anker & Jensen; 1925
38.36 DECOON; 40 ft. sloop Designer, J. L. Stackpole, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Reuben Bigelow; 1915
38.37 DAWN; Q class sloop Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #294 and #299; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; Date made unknown
38.38 HAYSEED; 18 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; circa 1931
38.39 HAWK; 49 ft. Q class sloop Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine, re-rig L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #280; Builder, Hodgdon Brothers; 1925
38.40 UNIDENTIFIED; 54 ft. 75 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.41 UNIDENTIFIED; 35.75 ft. motor launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #23; Builder unkown; Date made unknown
38.42 UNIDENTIFIED; 57 ft. class 3 diesel yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #94; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.43 MITENA; 72 ft. 12 meter Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #62; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1935
38.44 TIOGA; 57.5 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #50 and #58; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1932
38.45 STORMY PETREL; 43 ft. auxiliary cruising ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #18; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1923
38.46 UNIDENTIFIED; 43 ft. auxiliary centerboard cruising ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #75; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.47 UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. eight oar rowing shell Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.48 UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. Hovey shell Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.49 UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. eight oar shell Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.50 UNIDENTIFIED; Rowing shell Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.51 PERSEPHONE; 55 ft. auxiliary cruising yawl Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #69; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1937
38.52 RANGER; 80 ft. schooner Designer, Frederick D. Lawley, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1907
38.53 UNIDENTIFIED; 33 ft. Southern Yacht Club proposed one design sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.54 UNIDENTIFIED; 31.25 ft. Corinthian Yacht Club 250 foot class keel sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.55 UNIDENTIFIED; 27 ft. Corinthian Yacht Club 250 square foot class catboat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.56 UNIDENTIFIED; 25 ft. Corinthian Yacht Club 250 square foot sail area class keel sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.57 UNIDENTIFIED; 39.33 ft. double ended sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.58 NON-BOAT; Detachable retaining clip Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.59 QUESTA; 50.5 ft. Q class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #33; Builder, James E. Graves, Inc.; 1929
38.60 RIMA; 35.75 ft. 30 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #38; Builder, Henry Vincent; 1929
38.61 Beverly Yacht Club 30 square meter class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #52; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1932
38.62 ORIOLE; 37 ft. 30 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #37; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1929
38.63 UNIDENTIFIED; 30 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #46; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; Date made unknown
38.64 UNIDENTIFIED; 39.66 ft. 30 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.65 UNIDENTIFIED; 20 square meter sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #35; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.66 BONNIE LASSIE; 39 ft. R class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #28; Builder, James E. Graves, Inc.; 1928
38.67 YANKEE; 37.5 ft. R class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #272; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1925
38.68 UNIDENTIFIED; 39.5 ft. R class sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #303; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.69 MARY; 39.25 ft. R class sloop Designer, Johan Anker, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Anker & Jensen; 1926
38.70 UNIDENTIFIED; 86 ft. M class racing sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #22; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.71 UNIDENTIFIED; 87.79 ft. M class racing sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #31; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.72 PEERLESS; 72 ft. New York Yacht Club Fifty Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #313; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1913
38.73 UNIDENTIFIED; 81.5 ft. special inshore patrol boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.74 UNIDENTIFIED; 81.5 ft. special inshore patrol boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #97; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.75 UNIDENTIFIED; 145 ft. submarine destroyer Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #78; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.76 SIVA; 90.92 ft. motor yacht and 16.25 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #25; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1928
38.77 UNIDENTIFIED; 51.75 ft. coastal power cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.78 UNIDENTIFIED; 44 ft. motorsailer Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #288; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.79 MANANA; 61 ft. shallow draft schoonert Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #262; Builder, Cumberland Shipbuilding Co.; 1924
38.80 UNIDENTIFIED; 58 ft. diesel cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #72; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.81 WALRUS; 50 ft. auxiliary power cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #19; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1929
38.82 UNIDENTIFIED; 66 ft. power launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #100; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.83 UNIDENTIFIED; 66 ft. twin screw diesel launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.84 RETRIEVER; 28 ft. power launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #30; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.85 MANATEE; 28 ft. runabout Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #40; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.86 GADGET; 28 ft. power fishing launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #59; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.87 UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. power launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.88 BARRACUDA; 49 ft. twin screw motor launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #91; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.89 PIQUANT; 47 ft. twin screw motor launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #92; Builder, Luders Marine Construction Company; 1950
38.90 UNIDENTIFIED; 47 ft. motor launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.91 DISPATCH; 46.75 ft. class III fast cruising launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #20 and #314; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1927
38.92 DULCINEA; 30.75 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #55; Builder, Alan H. Vaitses; circa 1958
38.93 QUIET TUNE; 29.5 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #82; Builder, Hodgdon Brothers; 1945
38.94 DIDDIKAI; 36.5 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #74; Builder, Wilfred, Wild; Date made unknown
38.95 BUTTON; 22.75 Prudence class sloop or H-23 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #71; Builder, Quincy Adams Yacht Yard, Inc.; 1939
38.96 UNIDENTIFIED; 17 ft. American Canoe Association 19 square meter canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #60; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.97 UNIDENTIFIED; Decked canoe Designer unknown, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.98 UNIDENTIFIED; 46 ft. 3-masted schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.99 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. shallow draft sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.100 UNIDENTIFIED; 38 ft. sailing yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.101 UNIDENTIFIED; 48 ft. ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.102 UNIDENTIFIED; 48 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #106; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.103 UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. knockabout ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.104 UNIDENTIFIED; 30.75 ft. auxiliary yawl Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.105 UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. auxiliary knockabout sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.106 UNIDENTIFIED; 38 ft. auxiliary knockabout ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.107 UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.108 UNIDENTIFIED; 44 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.109 UNIDENTIFIED; 25 ft. shallow draft cruising sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.110 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. shallow draft cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.111 UNIDENTIFIED; 3 versions of an auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.112 UNIDENTIFIED; 43 ft. Norwegian pilot boat type ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.113 DRAGON FLY; 19 ft. Development class Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #32; Builder unknown; circa 1929
38.114 NON-BOAT; Davit winch Designer unknown; Design #7-1; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.115 UNIDENTIFIED; 14 ft. class B one design sloop Designer, Henry Rasmussen; Design number unknown; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; Date made unknown
38.116 LIGHTNING; 33 ft. R class sloop Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #235 and #239; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1923
38.117 DEVA; 36.5 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #65; Builder, John Story; 1984
38.118 GYPSY; 38.42 ft. R class sloop Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #237; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1923
38.119 SCAPPA II; 41 ft. R class sloop Designer, Johann Anker, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder Anker & Jensen; 1925
38.120 MELANTHO; 40 ft. power yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #103; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1959
38.121 NON-BOAT; noiseless winch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.122 UNIDENTIFIED; 87.5 ft. LWL 3-masted schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #16; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.123 UNIDENTIFIED; 33.25 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.124 UNIDENTIFIED; 64 ft. ocean racing ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #47; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.125 SLIPPER; 26 ft. ice boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #285; Builder unknown; 1925
38.126 PRUDENCE; 22 ft. centerboard cruising sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #43; Builder, Henry Vincent; circa 1929
38.127 UNIDENTIFIED; 2.5 ft. Marblehead 30″ class sailing ship model Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.128 UNIDENTIFIED; 5.196 meter canoe Designer, Freus Thorelly; Design #63; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.129 ALAND; 5 meter paddling canoe Designer, Freus Thorelly; Design #36; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.130 NON-BOAT; Paddle for rowing and paddling Designer, Freus Thorelly; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.131 UNIDENTIFIED; 15.5 ft. canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.132 UNIDENTIFIED; 16 ft. canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.133 UNIDENTIFIED; 17.08 ft. dugout canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; circa 1930
38.134 UNIDENTIFIED; 15 ft. canoe Designer unknown, alterations, F. Pardee, Jr.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.135 UNIDENTIFIED; Model sailing yachts Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.136 NON-BOAT; Automatic steering gear for model sailing yacht Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.137 DILEMMA; 1.64 ft. 500 square inch class model sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; circa 1923
38.138 UNIDENTIFIED; Chesapeake Bay sailing canoe model Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date make unknown
38.139 UNIDENTIFIED; 12 ft. row boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.140 UNIDENTIFIED; 9.83 ft. cartop row boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.141 SOLITAIRE; 28.25 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #76; Builder unknown; 1940
38.142 UNICORN; 67.75 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #106; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.143 ARAMINTA; 33 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #89; Builder, Norman H. Hodgdon, Jr.; 1954
38.144 ALBATROSS; 83 ft. motorsailer ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #51; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.145 JOANN; 49.92 ft. auxiliary schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #257; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1924
38.146 NON-BOAT; Deck lead for backstay runners Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.147 UNIDENTIFIED; 60.5 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #5; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.148 NON-BOAT; Sail headboard Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.149 UNIDENTIFIED; Yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.150 UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.151 UNIDENTIFIED; 61.25 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.152 UNIDENTIFIED; 17 ft. rowing boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.153 UNIDENTIFIED; 42 ft. power boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.154 UNIDENTIFIED; 55 ft. restricted sail area cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.155 UNIDENTIFIED; 39 ft. cutter Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.156 UNIDENTIFIED; 68 ft. CYC Rule sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.157 DANCING FEATHER; 20.92 ft. cat yawlp Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design#102; Builder, Franklin Blaisdell; Date made unknown
38.158 NON-BOAT; Anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.159 UNIDENTIFIED; 57 ft. motorsailer Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.160 UNIDENTIFIED; 45.75 ft. cruising ketch Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #310; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.161 UNIDENTIFIED; 62 ft. auxiliary schooner Designer, Burgess & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.162 UNIDENTIFIED; 55.25 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #42; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.163 UNIDENTIFIED; 28.75 ft. auxiliary canoe yawl Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #96; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.164 UNIDENTIFIED; 13 ft. beach cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.165 GOLDEN BALL; 46.5 ft. shallow draft cruising ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #104; Builder unknown; 1962
38.166 UNIDENTIFIED; 38 ft. shallow draft leeboard ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #107; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.167 ROZINANTE; 28 ft. canoe yawl Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design 98; Builder, various; Date made, various
38.168 SAILSKI; 27 ft. catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #90; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.169 UNIDENTIFIED; 27.25 ft. gunter rigged sailing vessel Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.170 CARPENTER; 18 ft. tender to WALRUS (38.81) Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #41; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.171 BUTTERFLY; 16.04 ft. development class Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #48; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.172 UNIDENTIFIED; 11.42 ft. frostbite class B dinghy Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #54; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.173 UNIDENTIFIED; 11.5 ft. B 28 dinghy Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #56; Builder, L. Francis Herreshoff; circa 1933
38.174 SO AND SO; 15 ft. sailing dinghy Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #64; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.175 NON-BOAT; Unidentified vessel fitting Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.176 NOR’EASTER IV; 50.08 ft. Q class sloop Designer, John G. Alden, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #281; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1926
38.177 VARUA; 70 ft. auxiliary brigantine Designer, W. Starling Burgess, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #1548; Builder, William A. Robinson; 1942
38.178 UNIDENTIFIED; 17 ft. centerboard knockabout sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #39; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.179 UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #93; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.180 UNIDENTIFIED; 12 ft. Madoc duck boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.181 MARCO POLO; 55 ft. 3-masted schooner and 11.5 ft. tender Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #85; Builder various; Date made unknown
38.182 MISTRAL; 63.5 ft. auxiliary schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #73; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1938
38.183 UNIDENTIFIED; 20 ft. Narragansett Bay boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.184 UNIDENTIFIED; 49 ft. ocean cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #81; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.185 UNIDENTIFIED; 17.06 ft. racing kayak Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #61; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.186 UNIDENTIFIED; 15.5 ft. racing white water canoe Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #101; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.187 SANTEE; 33.42 ft. auxiliary sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design #269; Builder, J. Miller; 1924
38.188 UNIDENTIFIED; 130 ft. ocean cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.189 PURITAN; 138.08 ft. fishing schooner Designer, Burgess & Paine; Design #227; Builder, John F. James & Son Shipyard; 1922
38.190 UNIDENTIFIED; 110 ft. ultimate cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.191 WAGON BOX; 30.25 ft. cruising ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #99; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.192 MEADOW LARK; 33 ft. modified sharpie Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #88; Builder, various; Date made unknown
38.193 UNIDENTIFIED; 135.25 ft. fishing schooner Designer, William J. Roue; Design #17; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.194 BEN-MY-CHREE; 28 ft. knockabout sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #53; Builder, Britt Brothers; 1932
38.195 UNIDENTIFIED; 48 ft. launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #67; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.196 KOALA; 22.5 ft. knockabout sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #70; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.197 UNIDENTIFIED; 26.75 ft. knockabout sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #71.5; Builder, Gileford; 1939
38.198 UNIDENTIFIED; 17.5 ft. North East Harbor one design sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #77; Builder, various; Date made unknown
38.199 UNIDENTIFIED; 69 ft. fishing boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #79; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.200 SPEEJACKS; 66 ft. LWL auxiliary schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.201 UNIDENTIFIED; 16 ft. white water kayak Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #95; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.202 MAYFLOWER; 143.75 ft. fishing schooner Designer,W. Starling Burgess; Design #218; Builder, John F. James & Son Shipyard; 1920-1921
38.203 UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #105; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.204 UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. cruising sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #83; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.205 UNIDENTIFIED; 18 ft. kayak Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.206 Comparative study of 5 kayaks Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Designnumber unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.207 ALBACORE; 41.25 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #36; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.208 UNIDENTIFIED; Watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.209 UNIDENTIFIED; Watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.210 Comparison of 3 cabin plans Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.211 UNIDENTIFIED; Watercraft Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.212 UNIDENTIFIED; 85 ft. auxiliary fishing ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.213 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. fishing launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.214 UNIDENTIFIED; approximately 49 ft. launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.215 UNIDENTIFIED; 35 ft. LWL cruising launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.216 UNIDENTIFIED; 18 ft. launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.217 UNIDENTIFIED; 47 ft. watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.218 UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.219 UNIDENTIFIED; 49 ft. launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.220 UNIDENTIFIED; 51 ft. launch #2 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.221 UNIDENTIFIED; 51 ft. launch #1 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.222 UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.223 UNIDENTIFIED; 64 ft. LWL schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.224 UNIDENTIFIED;55 ft. ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.225 UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.226 UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.227 NON-BOAT; Rudder post Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number (possibly) 259; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.228 UNIDENTIFIED; 25 ft. cruising sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.229 UNIDENTIFIED; Schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.230 UNIDENTIFIED;44 ft. clipper bowed ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.231 UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. sailing vessel Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #53; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.232 UNIDENTIFIED;95 ft. motor cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.233 Comparison chart of 3 twin screw composite yachts Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.234 UNIDENTIFIED; 20 ft. Rainbow class sloop Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.235 UNIDENTIFIED; 14 ft. Bristol Yacht Club sailing skiff Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.236 RUWEIDA V; Sailing vessel Designer, original designer unknown, secondary designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.237 UNIDENTIFIED; 19.12 ft. Bear Island sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.238 UNIDENTIFIED; 15.83 ft. ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.239 UNIDENTIFIED; 126.5 tl fishing schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #33; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.240 VALIANT; Sloop Designer, original designer unknown, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.241 CRICKET; 30 ft. Bar Harbor 30 Designer, original designer unknown, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.242 UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. LWL New York Yacht Club 50 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff, re-rig, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.243 UNIDENTIFIED; Half model Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.244 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.245 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. motor launch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.246 UNIDENTIFIED; 45 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #76; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.247 UNIDENTIFIED; 46 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.248 UNIDENTIFIED; 50.66 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.249 UNIDENTIFIED; 51.75 ft. coastal motor yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.250 UNIDENTIFIED; auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.251 UNIDENTIFIED; 57 ft. auxiliary power cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.252 UNIDENTIFIED; fishing smack Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.253 UNIDENTIFIED; pinky schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.254 UNIDENTIFIED; Isle of Shoals schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.255 UNIDENTIFIED; Boston Harbor sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.256 UNIDENTIFIED; No Man’s Land boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.257 UNIDENTIFIED; Woods Hole boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.258 UNIDENTIFIED; West Island boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.259 UNIDENTIFIED; New port cat boatr Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.260 UNIDENTIFIED; Block Island boat Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.261 CENTENNIAL REPUBLIC; 12 ft sneakbox Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.262 TRANQUILO; 46 ft. leeboard ketch Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.263 LAMPOONER; 66 ft. power cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.264 UNIDENTIFIED; Sharpie Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.265 UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.266 UNIDENTIFIED; 44 ft. sailing cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.267 UNIDENTIFIED; 45 ft. fisherman type schooner Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.268 UNIDENTIFIED; 72 ft. 711 class cutter Designer, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.269 MISCHIEF; 67.5 ft. centerboard sloop Designer, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1879
38.270 AMERICA; 108 ft. schooner Designer, George Steers; Design number unknown; Builder, William H. Brown; 1851
38.271 UNIDENTIFIED; 9.80 meter Rennyacht Designer, Abeking & Rasmussen; Design #1983; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.272 SHADOW; 37.08 ft. sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, John B. Herreshoff; 1871
38.273 UTILIS; 32.5 ft. ketch Designer, Ralph M. Munroe; Design #27 (Robert P. Beebe design number); Builder unknown; circa 1894
38.274 PAPER DOLL; 16 ft. double paddle canoe Designer, Robert P. Beebe; Design #29; Builder, Robert P. Beebe; circa 1951
38.275 WABUN: 39.25 ft. ketch Designer, Ralph M. Munroe; Design #25 (Robert P. Beebe design number); Builder, A. C. Brown & Sons; circa 1892
38.276 VANITIE; 118 ft. sloop Designer, William Gardner & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1914
38.277 UNIDENTIFIED; Watercraft Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.278 ELENA; Schooner Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.279 UNIDENTIFIED; 21 ft. sloop Designer, Hodgdon Brothers; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.280 NETTLE; 15.75 ft. Buzzards Bay 12-1/2 class Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1914
38.281 UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. sailing vessel Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.282 BREEZE; 48 ft. schooner Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; 1868
38.283 UNIDENTIFIED; S class sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.284 UNIDENTIFIED; Schooner Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.285 UNIDENTIFIED; 106 ft. LWL brigantine Designer, Megargel & Gruber; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.286 UNIDENTIFIED; 104 ft. brigantine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.287 UNIDENTIFIED; 135 ft. sea-going cruiser Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff for Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.288 UNIDENTIFIED; 188 ft. steam yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.289 UNIDENTIFIED; 300 ft. steam yacht Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.290 UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. modified sharpie Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.291 UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. clipper bowed ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.292 UNIDENTIFIED; 45 ft. swinging keel sloop Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.293 Miscellaneous illustrations from “The Common Sense of Yacht Design,” volume 2 Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.294 UNIDENTIFIED; Catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.295 UNIDENTIFIED; Catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.296 UNIDENTIFIED; Catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.297 UNIDENTIFIED; Catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.298 UNIDENTIFIED; Catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.299 UNIDENTIFIED; 37 ft. catamaran Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.300 Miscellaneous illustrations from “The Common Sense of Yacht Design,” volume 2 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.301 Miscellaneous illustrations from “The Common Sense of Yacht Design,” volume 2 Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.302 Illustration of 30 ft. catamaran Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Common Sense of Yacht Design”, v. 2; p. 126, fig. 344
38.303 Illustration of ground tackle Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Common Sense of Yacht Design”, v. 2; p. 106-111, fig. 315, 316, 317, 318, 321, 322, 323, 324, 326, 327, 329
38.304 2 illustrations for great lever arm and sailing dinghy Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Common Sense of Yacht Design”, v. 2; p. 145, 148, fig. 366, 368
38.305 Miscellaneous illustrations of sailing craft Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 29-40, fig. 1, 4-11
38.306 UNIDENTIFIED; 93 ft. warship, circa 1300 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.307 UNIDENTIFIED; 65 ft. LWL warship, circa 1000 Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.308 UNIDENTIFIED; Watercraft Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.309 JEANNETTE; 280 ft. steam yacht Designer,George L. Watson; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.310 MOHAWK; 145 ft. schooner Designer,Joseph B. Van Deusen; Design number unknown; Builder, Joseph B. Van Deusen; Date made unknown
38.311 ALVINA; 214 ft. steam yacht Designer, F. B. Cheesebrough; Design number unknown; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; Date made unknown
38.312 SAPPHIRE; 294 ft. steam yacht Designer, G. L. Watson & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.313 WARRIOR; 282 ft. steam yacht Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.314 CASSANDRA; 280 ft. steam yacht Designer, F. B. Cheesebrough; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.315 ALOHA; 85 ft. LWL auxiliary bark Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.316 2 illustrations of paddles Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Sensible Cruising Designs,” p. 21-22, fig. 1, 3
38.317 1 illustration for model making Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 229, fig. 21
38.318 1 illustration for model making Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 229, fig. 20
38.319 TARANTELLA; 1 illustration for catamaran Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 149
38.320 1 illustration of the catboat PISCATOR alongside the ketch VIATOR Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 2nd ed., p. 5
38.321 1 illustration of Goddard’s workshop Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 2nd ed., p. 59
38.322 1 illustration of parallel rulers of wood and string Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 2nd ed., p. 127, fig. 2
38.323 1 illustration of wooden bench stop for use on a cockpit seat Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 2nd ed., p. 127, fig. 1
38.324 1 illustration of model layers made according to the “bread and butter” system Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 227, fig. 17
38.325 1 illustration of model layers made according to the “buttock” system Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “An L. Francis Herreshoff Reader,” p. 227, fig. 18
38.326 2 illystrations of cedar bucket toilet Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 2nd ed., p. 262-263
38.327 1 illustration of how a change in the angle of the bottom affects holding power Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “The Compleat Cruiser,” 1969 ed., p. 346
38.328 Graph/chart of universal rule and displacement Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 38, fig. 23
38.329 Graph/chart of universal rule and displacement Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 40, fig. 25
38.330 Graph of sail area of cruising yachts Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 90, fig. 60
38.331 Comparison chart of strengths of wire chain and rod Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 111
38.332 Calculations of universal rule for sloop, schooner and yawl Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 146, fig. 102
38.333 Data chart for the R class according to the universal rule Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 147, fig. 103
38.334 Data chart for the Q class according to the universal rule Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 148
38.335 Data chart for the prismatic coefficient of vessel shape at a given speed with a variable length Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 185, fig. 124
38.336 Data chart for 4-cycle gasoline engines Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 238
38.337 Data chart for the B class model sailing yachts according to the universal rule Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 224, fig. 177
38.338 Displacement chart for 6 meter models Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 246
38.339 Graph of universal rule sail area for schooners and sloops Illustrator, Norman L. Skene; Publication, Skene, Norman L., “Elements of Yacht Design,” 6th ed., p. 152-153, fig. 107
38.340 Graph of data on proposed Corinthian rule Designer, Norman L. Skene
38.341 NON-BOAT; 8.5 ft. right hand controlled double paddle Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.342 NON-BOAT; Hand operated bilge pump Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.343 NON-BOAT; Hand operated bilge pump Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.344 NON-BOAT; plastic squirt gun type bilge pump Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.345 NON-BOAT; Trip anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.346 NON-BOAT; Anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.347 NON-BOAT; Anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.348 NON-BOAT; Anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.349 NON-BOAT; Decking plan for dock or float Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.350 NON-BOAT; Pump with floating O ring for valve Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.351 NON-BOAT; O rings Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.352 NON-BOAT; Dynamometer blades Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.353 NON-BOAT; Self clamping thimble for rope Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.354 NON-BOAT; Releasing sheet winch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.355 NON-BOAT; Windlass Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.356 NON-BOAT; Bronze turnbuckles Designer, W. Starling Burgess, L. Francis Herreshoff, Bath Iron Works Corp.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.357 NON-BOAT; Bronze blocks Designer, W. Starling Burgess, L. Francis Herreshoff, Bath Iron Works Corp.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.358 NON-BOAT; Blocks and fittings Designer, W. Starling Burgess, L. Francis Herreshoff, Bath Iron Works Corp.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.359 NON-BOAT; 2 cycle diesel engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Frank C. Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.360 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Frank C. Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.361 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.362 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.363 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Frank C. Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.364 NON-BOAT; 5 cycle internal combustion engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff and Frank C. Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.365 UNIDENTIFIED; Preliminary body plan and engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.366 NON-BOAT; Lathrop LH Master model engine with RB-20 reduction gears Designer, Lathrop Engine Company; Design A-156; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.367 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.368 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Frank C. Paine; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.369 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.370 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.371 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.372 NON-BOAT; Engine; UNIDENTIFIED; 46.75 ft. ketch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.373 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.374 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.375 1 illustration of windmill propelled model boat Designer, James Brown Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 48, fig. 4
38.376 Illustration of “Go Devil” toy Designer, James Brown Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 49, fig. 5
38.377 Illustration of 17 ft. sloop RIVIERA Designer, Lewis and Nathanael Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 71, fig. 8
38.378 Illustration of 58 ft. torpedo boat LIGHTENING Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 86, fig. 12
38.379 Illustration of 22 ft. steam launch Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 88, fig. 13
38.380 Illustration of 56 ft. torpedo boat Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 96, fig. 14
38.381 Illustration of 59 ft. torpedo boat Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 99, fig. 15
38.382 Illustration of 85 ft. steam yacht Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 110, fig. 19
38.383 Illustration of 52.25 ft. steam launch SWIFTSURE Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 120, fig. 20
38.384 Photostat of plan for SPALPEEN, 73 ft. auxiliary ketch Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #481; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1897; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” photograph section
38.385 Photostat of plan for PETREL; 76 ft. yawl Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #510; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1899; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” photograph section
38.386 Photostat of plan for COCK ROBIN; 21 ft. LWL bulb keel racer Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #461; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1896; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” photograph section
38.387 Illustration of machine for taking sections and offsets Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 133, fig. 23
38.388 Illustration of pantograph for taking sections off a half model Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 134, fig. 24
38.389 Illustration of maching for taking offsets off a half model Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 135, fig. 25
38.390 Illustration of construction plan for 74.75 ft. cutter, AVENGER Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #666; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1907; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 137, fig. 26
38.391 Illustration of construction plan for 112 ft. steam yacht, VAMOOSE Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #168; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1891; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 161, fig. 28
38.392 Illustration of construction plan for 123 ft. America’s Cup sloop, DEFENDER Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #452; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1895; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 184, fig. 31
38.393 Illustration of triple expansion engine from torpedo boats DUPONT and PORTER Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 192, fig. 33
38.394 Illustration of engine for torpedo boats MORRIS, GWIN and TALBOT Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 194, fig. 34
38.395 Illustration of construction plan for 100 ft. torpedo boats, GWIN and TALBOT Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #192 and #191; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1896; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 195, fig. 35
38.396 Illustration of construction plan for 37.08 ft. fin keel yacht, MIST Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #458; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1895; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 201, fig. 37
38.397 Illustration of typical Herreshoff steam engine of 1896 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 203, fig. 38
38.398 Illustration of construction plan for 90 ft. America’s Cup cutter, CONSTITUTION Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #551; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1901; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 219, fig. 39
38.399 Illustration of triple expansion steeple engine Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 228, fig. 40
38.400 Illustration of crankshaft Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 229, fig. 41
38.401 Illustration of construction plans for 149.68 ft. America’s Cup cutter, RELIANCE Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #605; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1903; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 235, fig. 42
38.402 Illustration of construction plans for 111.83 ft. steam yacht, LITTLE SOVEREIGN Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #244; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1904; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 243, fig. 43
38.403 Illustration of construction plans for 114.16 ft. high speed launch, NAVETTE Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #303; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1917; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 245, fig. 44
38.404 Illustration of construction plans for 45 ft. racing launch, XPDNC Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #245; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1904; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 249, fig. 45
38.405 Illustration of Capt. Nat’s recording anemometer Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Publication, Herreshoff, L. Francis, “Capt. Nat Herreshoff: The Wizard of Bristol,” p. 264, fig. 46
38.406 KOOYONG; 80 ft. steam yacht Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1918
38.407 DOROTHY Q; 36.58 ft. Q class sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #668; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1918
38.408 ELEANOR; 27 ft. LWL Q class sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #669; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1907
38.409 UNIDENTIFIED; 27.5 ft. S class sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #828; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.410 NAVAHOE; 84 ft. LWL sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #429; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1893
38.411 VENTURE; 50 ft. LWL New York Yacht Club 50 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.412 UNIDENTIFIED; 72 ft. New York Yacht Club 50 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #711; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.413 VENTURA; 60.54 ft. auxiliary sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design#867; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1922
38.414 KILDEE; 17.66 ft. sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #460; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1895
38.415 MINEOLA; 106 ft. New York Yacht Club 70 Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #529; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1899
38.416 RESOLUTE; 75 ft. LWL America’s Cup sloop Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #725; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1914
38.417 COLUMBIA; 131 ft. America’s Cup cutter Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #499; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1899
38.418 UNIDENTIFIED; 67.33 ft. steam yacht Designer unknown; Design #161; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.419 UNIDENTIFIED; Steam yacht Designer unknown; Design #142; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.420 UNIDENTIFIED; 149 ft. steam yacht Designer unknown; Design #151; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.421 CUSHING; 140 ft. torpedo boat Designer unknown; Design #152; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.422 MORRIS; 140 ft. torpedo boat Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #190; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1896
38.423 UNIDENTIFIED; 16.58 ft. motor launch Designer, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.424 UNIDENTIFIED; 13.5 ft. rowboat Designer, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.425 UNNAMED; 14 ft. tender to IROLITA Designer, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.426 NON-BOAT; Bronze turnbuckles Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.427 NON-BOAT; Steering stand Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.428 NON-BOAT; Quadrant and pinion Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.429 NON-BOAT; Steering arrangement for 26.5 ft. yawl Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.430 NON-BOAT; Boom sockets Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.431 NON-BOAT; Q class sloop boom fittings Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.432 NON-BOAT; Backstay winch Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.433 NON-BOAT; Engine Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.434 NON-BOAT; 127 pound and 64 pound cast steel anchors Designer, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.435 NON-BOAT; The improved Herreshoff anchor Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.436 UNIDENTIFIED; 64.75 ft. motor launch Designer, Burgess, Swasey & Paine; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
38.437 GLORIANA; 70.66 ft. cutter Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1891
38.438 NON-BOAT; Twin screw propeller Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.439 Graph of displacements at various length/speed ratios Designer, Norman L. Skene
38.440 Graph of propeller pitch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.441 Graph of contrapropeller pitch Designer unknown
38.442 Chart of pitch and slip ratios of 3-bladed propellers Designer, Norman L. Skene
38.443 Chart of speed and time over nautical mile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.444 Chart of sail area rating Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.445 Chart of normal displacement under the universal rule Designer unknown
38.446 Graph calculating international rule Designer, Norman L. Skene
38.447 H. M. S. BOUNTY; Sketch of ship Artist, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.448 Sketch of two sailing vessels Artist, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.449 Diagram of measuring ruler Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.450 NON-BOAT; Vise Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
38.451 Illustration of decorative border Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.452 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.453 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.454 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.455 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.456 Valves for automobile engine Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.457 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.458 Runabout automobile Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.459 Combination spring and shock absorber for automobiles Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.460 Pistol Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.461 18 pound long cannon and carriage for USS CONSTITUTION Designer, M. W. Potter
38.462 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.463 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.464 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.465 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.466 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.467 Cannon and carriage Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.468 Lathe bench Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.469 Furniture leg at foot Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.470 Magnifying glass for reading Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.471 Pocket frames for pictures Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.472 Unidentified template Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.473 Pattern for table leg Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.474 Unidentified furniture patterns Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.475 Wooden outdoor bench Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.476 Table leg Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.477 Corner bracket Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.478 Hill climbing attachemtn on rear end of ski Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff, Frank C. Paine
38.479 Drawer faces Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.480 Fittings for a keyhole lock Designer unknown
38.481 Pattern for candlestick Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.482 Pattern for candlestick Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.483 Candlestick with leaf pattern Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.484 Table, candlestick and finial Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.485 Doll’s bed, corner cabinet and hutch Designer, L. Francis Herreshoff
38.486 Photograph of illustrations for International Multihulled Boat Racing Association, L. Francis Herreshoff Trophy Illustrator, L. Francis Herreshoff; Photographer unknown
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  1. CARPENTER

    From the 2008 Small Boats Annual - Paul LaBrie is new to professional boatbuilding, but the design he chose for his first commercial project is one of the oldest in this publication. CARPENTER was drawn up by L. Francis Herreshoff in the summer of 1929—his Design No. 41—and featured in his book Sensible Cruising Designs.

  2. 1986 Herreshoff Carpenter sailboat for sale in Maine

    8'. 5'. Maine. $2,900. Description: UPDATED: JUNE 10, 2020. This is a great opportunity to own a classic design, wooden boat that is ready to sail with some recommission work, or update and customize. It is a Herreshoff Carpenter, scaled up from the traditional length of approximately 16ft. It would make a perfect day-sailer, or coastal cruiser ...

  3. 2005 Herreshoff Carpenter sailboat for sale in California

    2005 17'11' Herreshoff Carpenter sailboat for sale in Point Richmond California

  4. Herreshoff boats for sale

    Some of the best-known Herreshoff models currently listed include: 12 1/2, Watch Hill 15, 38, Schooner and 37 Cat Ketch. Various Herreshoff models are currently offered for sale by specialized yacht brokers, dealers and brokerages on YachtWorld, with listings ranging from 1902 year models up to 2023. Find Herreshoff boats for sale in your area ...

  5. Herreshoff Antique And Classic boats for sale

    1938 Herreshoff Schooner. US$395,000. ↓ Price Drop. Able YachtPro | English Harbour, Antigua and Barbuda. Request Info. <. 1. >. * Price displayed is based on today's currency conversion rate of the listed sales price.

  6. Herreshoff sailboats for sale by owner.

    Herreshoff preowned sailboats for sale by owner. Herreshoff used sailboats for sale by owner. Home. Register & Post. ... Your search returned 2 matches of 99024 sailboats posted to date. Sort by: Length Year Price Added. Herreshoff Carpenter: Length: 28' Beam: 8' Draft: 5' Year: 1986: Type: daysailer: Hull: wood monohull: Engine: 1 gas outboard ...

  7. Herreshoff Mfg. Co.

    Herreshoff Mfg. Co. Formed as a partnership between John Brown Herreshoff and his younger brother, Nathaniel. Though the reputation of the latter is well established, it was the elder Herreshoff (who was blind), that kept the finances in order. So important was his role that company was sold very shortly after his death.

  8. Herreshoff sailboats for sale by owner.

    Herreshoff used sailboats for sale by owner. Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats. ... Your search returned 2 matches of 104800 sailboats posted to date. Sort by: Length Year Price Added. Herreshoff Carpenter: Length: 17'11' Beam: 4'11' Draft: 7' Year: 2005: Type: cruiser: Hull: wood monohull: Engine: gas outboard; Location: Point Richmond ...

  9. Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné

    The Herreshoff Catalogue Raisonné. Welcome! For about a hundred years, from the mid-19th to the mid-20th century, boats were built in Bristol, Rhode Island, under the name of Herreshoff. Herreshoff-designed-and-built sailing yachts dominated national and international regattas, and Herreshoff steam yachts were among the world's fastest.

  10. Herreshoff Boat Plans, Images Now Available Online

    Herreshoff's designs included the 12½, a 16-foot (12.5-foot waterline) sailboat for training children of yachtsmen. Image courtesy of Hart Museum. A five-year program to digitize more than 25,000 Herreshoff documents culminates in an easy-to-use, searchable database that is sure to excite lovers of nautical engineering and casual sailors alike.

  11. Nathaniel G. Herreshoff

    Nathaniel G. Herreshoff. 1848 - 1938. Known as the Wizard of Bristol, Nat Herreshoff was an innovative and brilliant designer, sailor, and boatbuilder. Features common on boats today—sail tracks and slides, bulb keels, fin keels, and hollow aluminum masts—were all developed by Herreshoff. He designed and built one of the earliest catamarans ...

  12. Herreshoff boats for sale

    17. Herreshoff Full-Keel Buzzards Bay 15. Connecticut. 2014. $129,500. The original Buzzards Bay 15's were designed by Nathanael Herreshoff in 1898, and known as the E-Class. In 1906 Herreshoff designed a full-keel version of the Buzzards Bay 15 incorporating the following modifications: -Ballast keel lowered from 2' 6" down to 3' 1" and weight ...

  13. HERRESHOFF 12 1/2

    Gaff rig until 1936. From 1937 onwards, one could choose either a gaff or Marconi rig. The original boats were built by Herreshoff Manufacturing beginning in 1914 (357). From 1943 to 1948, more were built by Cape Cod Shipbuilding (34 + 200, later in fiberglass), as well as the Quincy Adams Yacht Yard (51). Cape Cod Shipbuilding came out with ...

  14. Used Sail Herreshoff boats for sale

    1985 Herreshoff 38 Cat Ketch. US$39,000. McCotters Marina | Washington, North Carolina. Request Info. <. 1. >. Find Used Sail Herreshoff boats for sale in your area & across the world on YachtWorld. Offering the best selection of Herreshoff boats to choose from.

  15. Herreshoff sailboats for sale by owner.

    Herreshoff preowned sailboats for sale by owner. Herreshoff used sailboats for sale by owner. Home. Register & Post. ... Your search returned 2 matches of 102347 sailboats posted to date. Sort by: Length Year Price Added. Herreshoff Carpenter: Length: 28' Beam: 8' Draft: 5' Year: 1986: Type: daysailer: Hull: wood monohull: Engine: 1 gas ...

  16. Herreshoff sailboats for sale by owner.

    Herreshoff used sailboats for sale by owner. Home. Register & Post. View All Sailboats. ... Your search returned 2 matches of 102581 sailboats posted to date. Sort by: Length Year Price Added. Herreshoff Carpenter: Length: 17'11' Beam: 4'11' Draft: 7' Year: 2005: Type: cruiser: Hull: wood monohull: Engine: gas outboard; Location: Point Richmond ...

  17. Plans for Herreschoff Carpenter

    Plans for Herreschoff Carpenter. 04-07-2004, 05:33 PM. I ran across a copy of Woodenboat at a friend's house from last fall featuring two boats based on the Herreschoff designed Carpenter called the Jenny and Big Jenny. The Jenny appears to be the perfect boat for me to attempt next year's WaterTribe Evergades Challenge (a 300 mile race from St ...

  18. Herreshoff Yacht Sales

    Herreshoff Yacht Sales is a full-service yacht brokerage and management company with special expertise in Herreshoff designed and classic yachts. We continue the Herreshoff legacy by marrying beautiful and historic yachts - both sail and power - with the right new owner. ... 1919 Herreshoff S Boat, HMCo #831. Full Specs. LIBERTE. 2001 ...

  19. H-28 (HERRESHOFF)

    Sloop or Ketch. Some builders of this design, or it's variants include: Compass Yachts Ltd. (NZ) 1970-1984 FG (modified by John Lidgard) Far East Boats Ltd.(Japan) International Marine (Japan) Cheoy Lee Shipyard (Hong Kong) BERMUDA 30 Walker Boat Co Ltd.(AUS) Parkins Marine - Ft. Lauderdale, FL (USA) Middleton Marine - La Crosse, FL (USA) Gallart […]

  20. L. Francis Herreshoff Collection

    This collection dates from the 1920's through the 1960's. The designs represented in this material include racing and cruising yachts, canoes, kayaks, and other small craft. Other designers are included as well as early work for W. Starling Burgess (1878-1947) and illustrations from Norman L. Skene's (1978-1932) book "Elements of Yacht Design". Certain designs in … Continue reading "L ...

  21. Herreshoff sailboats for sale by owner.

    30' Etchells 22 Nautical Donations Crowleys Yacht Yard 3434 E 95th St Chicago Il 60617, Illinois Asking $12,000

  22. Herreshoff boats for sale

    Boat Trader currently has 12 Herreshoff boats for sale, including 1 new vessels and 11 used boats listed by both individuals and professional boat dealerships mainly in United States. The oldest model listed is a historic boat built in 1919 and the newest model year of 2002.

  23. The Six Categories of Daysailers, and Why We Love Them

    Other more recent entries in this sub-genre include Marshall Marine's catboat line, Com-Pac Yacht's Picnic Cat and Sun Cat, Bauteck Marine's Bauer line, the NorseBoat 12.5 and 17.5, and the Crabber 17, 22 and Shrimper at the small end of the Cornish Crabber line.. And let's not forget that quirkiest of boats, the Melonseed skiff, built by the Crawford Boat Building company.