This 1930's yacht was made by the bread and butter method but with added internal frames. It was hollowed to close tolerances and has wonderful lines which suggests it was a racing yacht. The separate deck is pitch pine. In spite of the added frames the bread and butter sections have started to move apart and will need to be filled or refitted using modern adhesive.
The yacht has its original deck fittings including a sliding mast foot and an elaborate steering system.
The yacht has a mast, boom and bowsprit although the mast is damaged at the base. There is also a mainsail but it is probably only suitable as a template.
Yachts of this era with such a wonderful hull shape are well worth restoring although there is quite a lot of work required.
If you would like further photos to enable you to guage the work involved please do not hesitate to ask.
1930's bread and butter Racing hull to restore - Under Offer
Length: 76cm (30") plus bowsprit 82cms overall Beam: 15cm (6") Height keel to top of mast approx 110cms