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Sparkman & Stephens 52 ft Yawl 1946

Sparkman & Stephens 52 ft Yawl 1946

"Circe" This 57 foot Sparkman Stephens yawl was built in 1949 by Plym in Denmark which was one of Olin Stephens II’s favorite yards for their building technique of tapering not only the frames, but also the shere clamp toward the ends where full strength was not necessary. It was a labor- intensive process, but made for a lighter boat, which always pleases the designer. In 1951 she was the first to finish in the Fastnet Race, and first in class in the 1954 Bermuda Race.

"Circe" This 57 foot Sparkman Stephens yawl was built in 1949 by Plym in Denmark which was one of Olin Stephens II’s favorite yards for their building technique of tapering not only the frames, but also the shere clamp toward the ends where full strength was not necessary. It was a labor- intensive process, but made for a lighter boat, which always pleases the designer. In 1951 she was the first to finish in the Fastnet Race, and first in class in the 1954 Bermuda Race.

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