Pen Duick Racing Yacht was build in 1898 and was really successful in regatta’s till the ’30’s.
Pen Duick is the name most well known for a series of ocean racing yachts sailed by French yachtsman Eric Tabarly . Meaning coal tit in Breton it was the name Tabarly’s father, Guy Tabarly, gave to the 1898 Fife gaff cutter he purchased, and that his son learned to sail. He thereafter used the name for a series of successful racing yachts through the ’60s and ’70s.
Model Yacht & display stand.
Overall Dimensions: 26.4"w x 5"d x 30.7"h
Finish: Black, Hunter
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