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FREEWARD (1962) Sloop Mt 19.50 – A Class boat

Freeward built in 1962 commissioned by Sir M. Hamill from the Jones’ Buckie Ship and Buckie Shipyard near Glasgow on drawings by G.L. Watson & C., classified with the 100-in-1 Malta Cross in Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, is certainly a unique, original and rare product. It was designed and built for a particular purpose: to host British observers who followed the America’s Cup, to accompany the challenging boats from London to the United States.

TYPE: Sloop
ENGINE: 2 x 127 hp – Gardners
CREW: 3
L.O.A.: 64′ (19,50 mt.)
BEAM: 18′ (5,50 mt.)
MAX GUESTS: 22
YEAR: 1962
REFIT: 2016
CRUISE SPEED: 9 Knots
TOP SPEED: 14 Knots
BASE: Taormina (Giardini Naxos harbor)
CABINS: 3 double bed, 1 crew
TYPE: Sloop ENGINE: 2 x 127 hp – Gardners CREW: 3 L.O.A.: 64′ (19,50 mt.)
BEAM: 18′ (5,50 mt.) MAX GUESTS: 22 YEAR: 1962 REFIT: 2016
CRUISE SPEED: 9 Knots TOP SPEED: 14 Knots BASE: Taormina (Giardini Naxos harbor) CABINS: 3 double bed, 1 crew
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