Yacht: Ron of Argyll

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‘Ron’ is Gaelic for ‘seal’ and was Boat No. 178 of Robertsons Boat Yard.   She was built for a Colonel Charles Spencer who was the Commodore of the Clyde Cruising Club.

1959 – Bought by the late Jol Byerley, known for his radio weather forecasts and ‘Lord Jim’s Locker’ bookshop in Antigua.

Since 2008 she has been chartered out of Australia.

Designer: John A McCallum
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Rig: Gaff Ketch
Year Built: 1928
Built By: Robertsons Boat Yard on the Clyde, Scotland
LOA m / ft: 15.2m / 50'
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Construction: Teak on oak

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