Miss Elizabeth

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Design No. 1156

Built for:  Anonymous owner
Builder:  Freshwater Boatyard, St. Mawes, England
Date designed: 1991

Class – Hull Number  Miss Elizabeth No. 1

Principal Design Data

L.O.A:  22’ 6”  ( 6.86 m)                            
Beam Max: 6’ 4″  ( 1.95 m)
Draft: 1′ 6”  ( 0.46 m)
                   

                             

Miss Elizabeth is a design created in the early 1990’s as a yacht tender/ski tow and runabout for a larger super yacht.

The prototype was professionally built and originally designed to be fitted with a Volvo Penta 590 V Duo Prop single out-drive engine, Miss Elizabeth was actually fitted with the Mercury Mercruiser option.

A high dead-rise deep V hull form is suitable for a top speed of 40 knots, she is constructed from strip plank timber above the chine; plywood below. All bulkheads are made of plywood and the shapes and timber sizes and weights are manageable for a competent builder using full size transverse frame and stem templates provided. In the spring of 2017 five of these craft have been constructed.

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Additional Information

Individual Drawing Copies

Please download and print the drawings list for Miss Elizabeth, Individual plan copies cost $85.00 which includes standard airmail. Please contact us using the link for information on how to order.

Download Drawing List

Study Notes

8 page A4 format colour booklet containing many small scale drawings and photographs as well as technical data and an abridged specifications of Miss Elizabeth.

Model Plans

1156-001 Study Plan low res

Full set of Stock Building Plans

1156-016 Template low res

A replica of Miss Elizabeth can be constructed from the original drawings which were updated in 1997.

Poster & Art Prints

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