After creating the models for the Herreshoff 12.5 Nat developed the drawings two years later for a slightly larger daysailer, the Herreshoff Fish-Class sloops. These 20’9″LOA little yachts were built from 1916 – 1939. The first group of 22 were delivered to the Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht Club in western Long Island. All were gaff rigged, and each was named after a fish! In subsequent years, nearly the same number of Fish-Class boats were built, but for various other clubs and owners. Many of these boats were Marconi rigged.
The Fish-Class is a sturdy little yacht; great fun for the family or individual sailor.
Information courtesy of the IYRS.