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                            Contents
Burgess, W. Starling
	Atlantic Class
	Atlantic Class CB
	R-Class Sloop
	Prestige M-Class
	Enterprise J-Class
	Rainbow J-Class
	8mR Class
	10mR Class
	12mR Class
	Marjelia
	Tinavire
	Cayuse & Ninette
	Nina
	Dormouse
	Barnswallow
	Christmas
	Double-Ended Cutter
	Brigantine
	Double-Cockpit Launch
	Express Cruiser
	Brutal Beast
	Bulldog Class
Herreshoff, L. Francis
	Various Vessels
	Yankee R-Class
	Bonnie Lassie R-Class
	Live Yankee R-Class
	Nor'Easter Q-Class
	Questa Q-Class
	Istalena M-Class
	Whirlwind J-Class
	30sq m Class
	Wasp 6mR
	Mitena 12mR
	Ticonderoga
	Retriever & Gadget
	Dispatch
	Siva
	Walrus
Warner, Winthrop L.
	Roaring Forty
	Motorsailer Ketch
	Felisi
	Ailenroc II
	Frostbiter
	Indian River Class
	Tid Bit
	Bob Cat
	Halcyon
	Typhoon
	Pawnee & Mandalay
	Valiant &c.
	Sloop, Yawl or Cutter
	Highlander
	Vieserre
	Tradition & Nimbus
	Blue Sea III
	Tere
	Cambridge Cadet
	Acadia 33
	Manisees &c.
	Keel-CB Cutter
	Rowdy II
	Snapper Blue
	Astral &c.
	Lightning
	Edith M.
	Yin Yang & Rufina
	Kamibert &c.
	Warner 33
	Phalarope
	Phoenix
	Volana & c.
	Congar
	Charlotte
	Early Bird
	Sting Ray & Gulnare
	Power Cruiser
	Walrus
	Shang Wheeler
	New England 57
	Wee One
	Cruising Cutter
	Cruising Ketch
	Ranger & New Ranger
	Stardust & Windy Day
	Avalon
	Candida
	Lapwing
	Aquila 1940
	Aquila 1946
	Coline
	Paranda
Kromholz, Louis L.
	Power Cruiser
	Randa II
	Cygnus II
	Power Cruiser
	Yarra
	Yarra's Tender
	PT Boat Conversion
	Future Yacht
Condon, Albert E.
	Pony Express
	Sunbeam II
	Cruising Sloop
	Schooner Yacht
	Schooners
	St. George
	Growler
	Pelican
	Priscilla V & Roann
Mystic Seaport Vessels
	Charles W. Morgan
	L. A. Dunton
	Emma C. Berry
	Breeze
	Breck Marshall
	Trio
	Woods Hole Spritsail
	Estella A
	Gunning Dory
	Skiff Asa Thomson
	Pirogue
	A. L. Rotch
	Delaware Ducker
	WB
	Capt. Hook
	Whitehall
	Noma's Gig
	Lifeboat
	Sabino
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

BOAT PLANS
AT

MYSTIC SEAPORT

Anne and Maynard Bray

Page 112

THE CUTTERS MANISEES AND DIANA, BLUE JAY AND MARJORIE
37TxlOT

15
, 1939, surely was a great day for Winthrop

Warner. He watched his own Manisees as well as

her sister Diana slide into the water one after the

other, as they were launched from Paul Luke
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East Boothbay, Maine, yard. This attractive cutter
was a replacement for a four-year-old smaller boat
of the same name (Manisees is what the Indians
called Block Island). Warner kept this second
Manisees through the war years until 1947 when
he returned to Luke for Mary Loring. In the mean-
time, in the spring of 1941, Luke turned out a
third one of these 37-footers. Marjorie was actually
the fourth (and final) boat to this design, and her
cabin layout closely followed that of the first boat
Blue Jay, built in 1938 by Anderson & Coombs in
West Haven, Connecticut. These two boats slept
six rather than five persons since there was a sea
berth to starboard as well as to port. Blue Jay's rig
was a little different from the three boats that fol-

lowed her, for, although a cutter like the others,
she came out with a bowsprit and slightly more
sail area. For those who prefer a divided rig,
Warner prepared a yawl-rigged sailplan for this
boat. Catalog No. 46.30

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A KEEL-CENTERBOARD CUTTER OF 1956

ST'IO" x lO'lO"

H ere's a change from Warner's usual full-keeled
cruisers, in that this boat

, prepared as a stock
offering, was given a centerboard in order to
reduce her draft. With the board raised

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this cutter

requires only 4
'6" of water depth. As with many of

Warner's interiors
, the galley is near the mast, in

this case running right across the boat. Likewise,
the toilet area

, just forward of the galley, is partly
on one side and partly on the other. Having the
cabin sole at two levels

, high aft, and low forward,
might be a nuisance; but it does justify the distinc-
tive doghouse, provide space in the bilge for tanks,
and keep the centerboard trunk entirely hidden.

Catalog No. 46.51

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