Panope 1927

The epitome of post edwardian yachting elegance. Traditional building techniques with state of the art electric propulsion frees up interior volume for an elegant prewar yacht with todays levels of comfort.

  • Panope circa 1928
  • Panope 1927 - drawing roll label
  • Panope 1927, Camper & Nicholson yard No 354, Seacock List

Panope was a successful racing and cruising yacht original built by Camper & Nicholson in Gosport. Lost in the 1970's, she is a very attractive recreation opportunity and a very useful size. With dimensions that allow her to operate under the MCA SCV charter code rather than LY2, if you want to operate this yacht commercially then you will not find a finer example of original beauty to impress your guests with.

Designer - Alfred Mylne

Naval Architecture - Mylne Yacht Design

Interior Design - Malcolm Duffin Design

Specification

Spar Length 34.4m / 113ft

Length 29.6m / 97ft

Loadline 23.9m / 78.5ft

Beam 5.8m / 19ft

Draft 3.6m / 12ft

Rigging: Gaff Schooner

Engine: Hydrib Diesel Electric

Displacement: 91tonnes

Sail Area: 350m² / 3767ft²

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