Yacht: Baruna

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‘Baruna’ was built to the maximum size under the CCA rule and won first overall in the 1938 Bermuda Race, setting the Race record in the process. She won this race again after the war against the new S&S design ‘Bolero‘.

Described by Francis Kinney in his history of Sparkman & Stephens as ‘fast in light airs, fast in strong breezes, comfortable at sea and beautiful……. Every line was absolutely perfect……… Baruna is so beautifully proportioned both hull and rig’.

Designer: Olin J Stephens
Type of Boat:
Rig: Bermudan Yawl
Year Built: 1938
Built By: Quincy Adams Yacht Yard, Quincy, Ma. USA
LOA m / ft: 21.95m / 72'
LOD m / ft: 21.95m / 72'
LWL m / ft: 15.24m / 50'
Beam m / ft: 4.27m / 14'
Draft m / ft: 2.9m / 9'6"
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Sail Stats
Construction: Carvel mahogany planking on white oak frames, backbone and floor timbers with mahogany structural keel and deadwood.
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Displacement: 41.6 tons.

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