Stow& sons 105
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This beautiful sailing yacht has been rebuild during the winter of 1996.
She has a completely rebuild hull, interior layout, deck, masts and helm. The renewed keel (weighing around 33 tons, was attached to the hull by new K-500 alloy bolts (nickel, carbon and copper) which are much stronger than the previous copper bolts. A new rudder was designed with a central opening for the propeller instead of the side opening for the engine transmission shaft. The rudder frame post and blade, are of stainless steel, the blade having been given a teak covering.
The finest quality wood was used for the rebuilding of this unique craft. Cuban mahogany for the interiors, corridors, saloon and owner's cabin. Oak for the beams, Oregon pine for the new spars, teak for the deckhouses and deck, and American walnut for the guest cabins. All in all, 24 tons of oak were required, 10 tons of teak, 2.5 tons of mahogany and 1 ton of marine plywood.
She was totally rebuilt, save the hull casing, which was conserved thanks to the excellent quality of the original oak. Finally, the vessel was fully restored to its original form.
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