Yacht: Tigris

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Designed for the Clyde Corinthians Sailing Club as a new class boat called “The Clyde One Design 20 Tonner’s”. Initially five boats were made for this class, called Tigris ( the only surviving yacht), Avalon, Snarley-Yow, Vagrant, and Noyra.

Restored by Mark Rolt Shipwrights, Redcliffe Wharf, Bristol where only 7 planks of the original boat were kept.

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Designer: Alfred Mylne
Type of Boat: Clyde One Design 20 Tonner
Rig: Gaff Cutter
Year Built: 1899
Built By: R MacAllister & Son, Dumbarton
LOA m / ft: 15.87m / 52'
LOD m / ft: 15.87m / 52'
LWL m / ft: 10.66m / 35'
Beam m / ft: 3.35m / 11'
Draft m / ft: 2.31m / 7'6"
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Sail Stats Sail Area: 151 sq.m Sail No. 49
Construction: Teak topsides and deck, pitchpine below the waterline, on sawn oak frames interspersed with steamed oak ribs
Other:
Mylne Design No: 41

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