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Launch Of "Weetamoe": A photograph from the Edwin Levick Collection, taken by Levick, of the launching of the J-Class yacht, Weet...

Launch Of "Weetamoe": A photograph from the Edwin Levick Collection, taken by Levick, of the launching of the J-Class yacht, Weet.

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Photo by Onne van der Wal - Five J Class Yachts line up as they sail upwind during the St. This is the most J Class Yachts t.

In 1983, Alan Bond’s Ben Lexen designed the 12 Metres yacht "Australia II". She was the first challenger to win in the history of the America’s Cup.

In 1983 Alan Bonds Ben Lexen designed the 12 Metres yacht "Australia II". She was the first challenger to win in the history of the Americas Cup.

"Ranger" & "Lionheart"

Ranger & Lionheart © Peter Mumford, Beken of Cowes. Royal Yacht Squadron's historic Bicentenary International Regatta, 2015 j_class

J-class K-7 Velsheda - 1933 The J-class yacht Velsheda was designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson and built in 1933 by Camper and Nicholsons at Gosport, Hampshire. She was built for businessman William Lawrence Stephenson and between 1933 and 1936, she won many races and competed with other great yachts such as Britannia, Endeavour and Shamrock V. She was laid up in 1937 and was relaunched after a complete rebuild in 1997.

J-class K-7 Velsheda - 1933 The J-class yacht Velsheda was designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson and built in 1933 by Camper and Nicholsons at Gosport, Hampshire. She was built for businessman William Lawrence Stephenson and between 1933 and 1936, she won many races and competed with other great yachts such as Britannia, Endeavour and Shamrock V. She was laid up in 1937 and was relaunched after a complete rebuild in 1997.

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