A Few of our Designs
A daysailer in the Spirit of Tradition, this clipper 32 yawl has proven to be a fast sailer and an excellent weekender. She is very easy to single hand. Launched in 1999, she now sails Eggemoggin Reach. There is a quarter berth port and starboard, a small galley with a sink to port and a stove to starboard, and a forward V-berth with a head underneath. Construction: 5 layers of 1/8 inch veneer with a layer of fiberglass sheathing. Deck is 1/2 inch plywood with fiberglass sheathing.
Beam: 8' 9"
Draft: 5' 6"
Displacement: 8200 lbs.
Sail Area: 600 sq. ft.
Power: Westerbeke 12hp diesel
This daysailer, designed by Brion Rieff in the Spirit of Tradition Class, combines classic looks with a thoroughly modern underbody and rig. Hull and deck are cold-molded wood over a foam core. With carbon fiber spars, rudder and keel she can race competitively in the Spirit of Tradition Class and PHRF as well as be a beautiful daysailer.
Draft: 6' 3"
A fast efficient center console runabout. She's able to handle rough weather and sea conditions. Construction: glued-plywood lapstrake.
Beam: 7' 6"
The images with orange backgrounds are renderings of various proposals we've prepared over the years. Any of these can be fleshed out a new client or provide inspiration for a custom design.
CUSTOM 42ft CUTTER
A new Rieff-designed cold-molded cruising cutter--as yet unnamed--will be launched in 2013. The owner's future plans call for crossing the Atlantic and cruising the Meditteranean. See Our Projects for the latest on this design.