This "Wineglass" shaped hull was made in the 1930's and is very similar in its lines to an early Alexander.
However, although made by the bread and butter method and then hollowed the bread and butter is horizontal unlike Alexander which used the vertical method.
The hull is in good order but will require stripping and revarnishing or painting. The rudder is not original.
The deck will need new fittings but has a small faux cabin top.
The yacht will need new sails and new rigging.
Yachts of this era with wonderful hull shape, such as this, are well worth restoring.
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1930's bread and butter "wineglass" hull to restore -Sold
Length: 61cm (24") Beam: 14cm (5.5")