Yacht: Yen-li

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Yen Li

 

Yen Li is a bermudan cutter, designed by Arthur C. Robb and built in Hong Kong at Cheoy Lee Shipyard, a famous yard to which great designers like Bill Luders, Laurent Giles, and John Alden entrusted their works.

Designer: Arthur Robb
Type of Boat:
Rig: Bermudan Cutter
Year Built: 1963
Built By: Cheoy Lee Shipyard, Hong Kong
LOA m / ft: 10.78m / 36'
LOD m / ft: 10.78m / 36'
LWL m / ft: 8.39m / 27'5"
Beam m / ft: 3.04m / 9'9"
Draft m / ft: 1.58m / 5'2"
Yard No:
Sail Stats Sail No: FRA 294
Construction: Hull: type of construction, materials, special shapes ...: Type of traditional construction, hull long keel (with ballast 2300 kg), lined with teak 22mm. Ployed hot ribs spaced 200 mm. Deck and superstructure: description, materials: Bridge teak plywood canvas laid on beams Rigging: type, rigging, running rigging, sleeping, material: Originally mast and boom hollow spruce, stainless rigging Wing: description, surfaces, materials: The original (and jibs genoa and mainsail) and dacron sails was the spinnaker nylon. The upwind area was 53 m2
Other:
Motor (s): type, power, year: Originally from 40hp Perkins Diesel 4/107 (1963) Replaced in 1998 by a Lombardini diesel 1503M 37 hp

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