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Artemis

"Artemis" is one of the last remaining large yachts from the zenith of classical yacht architecture.
Her constructor, the shipyard of Summers & Payne in Southampton was one of the most famous shipyards during that time. In 1913 Summers & Payne was merged into the world-famous and still existing shipyard Camper & Nicholson.

Year of construction: 1900
Built by: Summers & Payne, Southampton
Design: Arthur E. Payne
Construction: Teak on Oak, bronze-pinned
Overall Length: 35,27 m
Length of Hull: 29,15 m
Length Waterline: 23,42 m
Beam: 5,05 m
Draught: 3,60 m
Weight: 110 t
Sail Area: 476 m2
Engine Power 186 kW

ARTEMIS is a wooden yacht, built in 1900 by Summers & Payne. She was rigged as a gaff yawl with a very small jigger and a main mast of considerable height. The main characteristic of a yawl is the fact, that the jigger mast is mounted behind the rudder. Like all yawls ARTEMIS has an extreme overhang at the stern with remarkable beautiful design. The bow is almost spoon-shaped. Compared to its length the hull is quite small (length-to-width ratio 1 : 5,7), but features a very long and deep underwater-design. The sheer of the deck is not very distinct like with all Yachts of this type.

"Artemis" has her own website: http://www.kreuzeryacht-artemis.de


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