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Wooden Ranger Model Sailboat Decoration 16"
NOT A MODEL SHIP KIT
Attach Sails and this Sailboat Centerpiece is Ready for Immediate Display
Brighten your day, or any room of your home, with this delightfully fun Ranger model. Perfect nautical décor gifts for friends, children, or party guests, they also make excellent nautical decorations or sailboat centerpieces for a reception or group event. Liven your office, beach house, or sunroom with one of these colorful sailboat models today!
Handcrafted solid wood hull, masts and stand with metal supports
Largest sailboat selection available - We offer over 150 unique model sailboats
Featured in Sept 2011 Brides magazine - Excellent wedding table centerpiece
Perfect nautical gift for friends, children or party guests
Ideal for banquets, receptions, meetings, or any other nautical party or event ---- Contact us for quantity discounts
This model sailboat requires minor assembly. Simply insert mast into hull and clip on the sails.
There is no rigging to tie or tighten. Assembly takes less than 2 minutes.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, and Styrene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Chromium and Toluene, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
The J-class yacht Ranger won the 1937 America's Cup, defeating 4-0 the Endeavour II of Britain, raced at Newport, Rhode Island. It would be the last time huge J-class yachts would race in the America's Cup.
Harold Stirling Vanderbilt funded construction of the Ranger, and it launched on May 11, 1937. It was designed by Starling Burgess and Olin Stephens, and constructed by Bath Iron Works. Stephens would credit Burgess with actually designing the Ranger, but the radical departure from conventional J-class design was more likely attributable to Stephens himself. Geerd Hendel, Burgess\'s chief draftsman also had a hand in drawing many of the plans.
Ranger was constructed according to the Universal Rule which determined how large various dimensions of racing yachts, such as sail area and length, could be. Often referred to as the super J, the Ranger received a rating of 76, the maximum allowed while still fitting within Universal Rule constraints.
Overall length: 135 ft
Length at water line: 87 ft
Beam (width): 21 ft
Draft: 15 ft
Displacement: 166 tons
This table compares some of Ranger\'s measurements with some of the other famous large America\'s Cup yachts: