$35.00 – $2,500.00
Design No. 0024 b
Built for: Gurth Kimber
Builder: Primmer & Snook, Bursledon, England
Date designed: 1937
Principal Design Data
L.O.A: 31’ 7” (9.63 m)
Datum: 22’ 0” (6.71 m)
Beam Max: 7’ 9″ (2.36 m)
Draft: 5′ 3” (1.60 m)
Displacement tons: 2.91
T.M.: 5.41 tons
Sail Area: 440 sq. ft
Rig: Bermudan sloop
This 22’ waterline racing sloop was designed for Lt. Col. Ormonde Derby who later built Bettine; the first Brittany class and Bettine Jnr. Vertue number V18. However it was Royal Burnham Yacht Club member Gurth Kimber who had previously owned Aline IV and Lorna III who is listed as the first owner of Searigs.
Planked in ¾” western Red Cedar with a single English Elm garboard strake the keelson was from Elm and posts English Oak. A great deal of effort was put into weight saving with Western Red cedar used for all of the furniture.
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Individual Drawing Copies
Please download and print the drawings list for Searigs, Individual plan copies cost $85.00 which includes standard airmail; however some drawings are stored at the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich who levy additional costs will be added. Please contact us using the link for information on how to order.Download Drawing List
Full set of Stock Building Plans
A replica of Searigs can be constructed from the original 1937 drawings, or if preferred using strip plank construction for which full construction, rigging and outfit drawings will be provided.