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Design No. 0018
Built for: E. C. Hiscock
Builder: Napier & Co., Poole, England
Date designed: 1936
Class – Hull Number Wanderer II type – No. 1
Principal Design Data
L.O.A: 24’ 0″ ( 7.32 m)
Datum: 20’ 0″ ( 6.10 m)
Beam Max: 7’ 1″ ( 2.16 m)
Draft: 4′ 11″ ( 1.50 m)
Displacement tons: 3.99
T.M.: 4.42 tons
Ballast ratio: 41.6%
Sail Area: 395 sq. ft
Rig: Gaff Cutter
In her day Wanderer II was the type of boat preferred by large numbers of the cruising fraternity who had not yet subscribed to the modern preference for long overhangs and the bermudan rig. For that reason alone the hull form is worthy of study. Since she was intended for serious cruising draft was not unduly limited which must have been a key factor in achieving such pleasing buttocks and transverse body sections.
To retain certain individual characteristics of design, and to keep that design fairly near his own ideals for a yacht while still satisfying entirely the owner’s particular wants is no light undertaking. Yet in this 4½ton cutter Laurent Giles succeeded in providing a real ocean cruiser in miniature with easy lines and run in a comparatively beamy hull, in spite of the very short overhang forward and a transom stern. The transom, nicely raked and all out of the water, is the key to the very modern underwater body, and perhaps the reason why this hefty little cruiser does not look as if she had been built around the cabin!
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Individual Drawing Copies
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10 page A4 format colour booklet containing many small scale drawings and photographs as well as technical data and an abridged specifications of Wanderer II & her sister ships.
Full set of Stock Building Plans
Since 1936 five yachts have been constructed from these plans and one is currently in construction in the United Kingdom. A replica of Wanderer II can be constructed from the original 1936 drawings, or if preferred using strip plank construction for which full construction, rigging and outfit drawings will be provided