Sabrina

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Design No. 0091
Built for: D. Milner Deighton
Builder: Berthon Boat Co., Lymington, England
Date designed: 1948
Principal Design Data
Class – Hull Number Sabrina type No. 1
L.O.A: 37’ 9” (11.47 m)
Datum: 24’ 0” (10.21 m)
Beam Max: 7’ 0″ ( 2.82 m)
Draft: 5′ 9” ( 2.21 m)
Displacement tons: 3.51
T.M.: 5.75 tons
Ballast ratio: 54.5%
Sail Area: 418 sq. ft
Rig: Bermudan Sloop – fractional

In 1937 Laurent Giles had designed Monie for Mr Milner Deighton. Monie was an uncommonly successful design and she and her sisters established themselves as the Vertue Class – sturdy boats with splendid seagoing qualities and a first rate performance under sail for boats of their type. At Christmas 1947 Mr Deighton advanced a proposition to Laurent Giles Partner George Gill which he could not refuse. Design him a boat to have Monie’s accommodation, to be easy to handle and to be a match for the successful West Solent One Designs.

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Individual Drawing Copies

Please download and print the drawings list for Sabrina, Individual plan copies are available from the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Please contact the Ships plans department for a quotation of costs and terms and conditions.

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Study Notes

10 page A4 format colour booklet containing small scale drawings and photos of Sabrina.

Model Plans

Full set of Stock Building Plans

A replica of Sabrina can be constructed from the original 1948 drawings, or if preferred using strip plank construction for which full construction, rigging and outfit drawings will be provided.

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