Yacht: Mariette

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Mariette

Project No. 698 built for Jacob Frederick Brown, a Boston textile manufacturer.   Brown owned her until 1927.   Her name was changed to Janeen and owned by Capt. Lou Boudreau for some time.

Tom Perkins put her through a refit in 1995 at Cantiere Beconcini in La Spezia, Italy, restoring the yacht to her former glory with her eye-catching gaff topsail rig.   In the same year she was involved in a collision at the Nioulargue where she collided with a 6-Metre, ‘Taos Brett IV’, whose owner died.

She is now a regular on the Mediterranean circuit and in 2005 Tom Perkins finally sold her to a French owner who continues to race her competitively.

Argentario Sailing Week, 2013

She won the Pendennis Cup in Falmouth in 2012 and was back again in 2014 to defend it.

Designer: Nathanael Greene Herreshoff
Type of Boat:
Rig: 2 Masted Schooner
Year Built: 1915
Built By: Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Rhode Island, USA
LOA m / ft: /138'
LOD m / ft: 33.50m/108'2"
LWL m / ft: 24.30m/80'
Beam m / ft: 7.20m/23' 7"
Draft m / ft: 4.20m/13' 7"
Yard No:
Sail Stats Sail area: 1033 sq.m.
Construction: Steel hull, teak deck. Engine:Twin GM 6-71, 6-cyl. 185hp diesels. 1995: 2 x Caterpillar 180hp
Other:
Displacement: 165 tons.

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