Preview: Traditional 1880s – Inspired Gentleman’s Cutter

Inspired by the Victorian yachts of the 1880s, the traditionally-built gentleman’s cutter INTEGRITY is a beauty.

She was designed and built by Stirling and Son near Plymouth, UK, and she’s built of larch on oak with copper and bronze fastenings. At 43′, she can set 2,000 square feet of canvas

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    Virginia Gerardi says:

    Nice, Eric, only wish the video was longer. Love the background music.

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    Jerry Rose says:

    Beautiful Boat. How about having to use tackle on that tiller. I think you would have to tack the tackle. Thanks for posting Erik.