Yacht: Isabella

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Isabella design

Laurent Giles design No: 0008

Built for General Lubbock.

The L Class is a cruising yacht but with a good turn of speed for the Western Solent racing from the pre royal patronage Lymington Yacht Club. She was conceived purely as deep-bodied and roomy knock-about, intended for day cruising and fishing and with as much room below as reasonably possible in a boat of its size to render her habitable for week-ends if required. The first hull Isabella and hull number four Penguin were built for Brigadier General Lubbock and Col. Bland-Strang respectively.

Designer: Laurent Giles
Type of Boat: Lymington L-Class
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Year Built: 1933
Built By: Elkins Boatyard, Christchurch, England
LOA m / ft: 7.09m / 23'3"
LOD m / ft: 7.09m / 23'3"
LWL m / ft:
Beam m / ft: 2.08m / 6'10"
Draft m / ft: 1.14m / 3'9"
Yard No:
Sail Stats Sail Area: 20 sq.ft
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