William Fife's "Seabird"

"Seabird". Just 10.5m overall, the yacht was originally designed and built by William Fife in 1889. British historian William Collier discovered the old lines for Hubert Stagnol, a Benodet boat builder, who has since built several yachts of this type. Weighing 2.7 tons, this coastal cruising boat is gaff-rigged like the original. The rudder is blocked by pieces of wood in order to stay straight when she hits the water.

Film du Voilier Seabird construit au Chantier Naval STAGNOL à Bénodet, Plan William Fife de 1889.