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Graves Winthrop Warner 33 Cutter

£54,000
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Make Graves
Model Winthrop Warner 33 Cutter
Year 1954
Condition Used
Price £54,000
Type Sail
Class Antique and Classic (Sail)
Length 33 ft / 10.06 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Wood
Location Marines De Cogolin, Golfe De St Tropez, France
LOA 37 ft / 11.28 m
Beam 10 ft 5 in / 3.17 m
Keel Type Other
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Model Volvo Penta MD2040
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 40 kW
Engine usage (hours) 1200
Designer Winthrop Warner
Hull Shape Other

Description

TARA was designed as the Warner 33 by Winthrop Warner and built by James Graves, Marblehead, Massachusetts, USA, in 1954.

Dimensions

Length on Deck – 33ft, Length Overall – 37ft, Beam – 10ft 4in, Draft – 4ft 10in, Tonnage – 9tons displacement.

History

She is one of 12 believed to have been built to this design by the Graves Yacht Yard.

Tara is an exceptional yacht, her dimensions belie her size, her materials and construction are first class, her design is unusual on this side of the Atlantic, her performance is rewarding and her sea-worthiness proven by her years of off-shore sailing. Winthrop ‘Wink’ Warner (1900- 1987) worked as a naval architect in Connecticut and New Jersey producing over 200 designs as well as working as a draftsman for John Alden. Although little known in Europe, his is a respected name in US yachting circles. His papers (Plans) are lodged with the American Maritime Museum, Mystic Seaport, Maine .Marblehead is celebrated as one of the great yachting centres on the US east coast and the Graves Yacht Yard is one of Marblehead’s best known yards building many great American yachts over the years. After 8 years in first ownership she was purchased by Sir Kenelm Guinness of the brewing family, a merchant banker in Washington. Tara remained with the Guinness family for some 30 years and in this time cruised the Eastern Seaboard from the Windward Islands up to Nova Scotia. She was sold in 1992 to Englishman Mike Booth who sailed her across the Atlantic and cruised from N Spain to Ireland and the UK. She was imported to UK VAT exempt under the Transfer of Residence Relief. In 2016 she was sold to the Phillips’s, who transported her from Plymouth to the South of France where she has undergone further upgrading comprising of, recaulking to underwater sections of the hull, fairing & repainting above waterline, stripping & revarnishing brightwork, new electronics, repainting of entire interior, new covers, new folding mahogany cockpit table.

The design

A conventional long-keeled yacht with a deep heel and rising fore-foot to a short spoon bow.

A large rudder is hung on the slightly raked transom stern. This is a compact design with no expensive overhangs and a generous beam.

The hull

Planked  in a very tight grained mahogany and when it was stripped to bare wood was found to be in perfect condition. A deep beam-shelf and full length clamp create a very strong girder around the deck edge.

The floors

 All heavy section cedar and oak on a wide keelson, the flat top surfaces carrying the cabin sole.

The planking is all bronze screw fastened to the frames.

All bronze screws drawn were found to be in perfect condition.

The frames

 Steamed oak, 2” x 1 ½” at 10” centres.

The significant feature of the design is the large cock-pit and the stepped coach-roof with generous, clear side decks.

 

Price £54,000

Lying in Marines De Cogolin, Golfe De St Tropez, France.

For more details of equipment & inventory, also past refits and more photos

Contact Peter Phillips on +44 (0)7860613275

Email : info@sytara.uk

Website : www.sytara.uk

Total Power

40.0 kw

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