Creole
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  • # CAMPER & NICHOLSONS YACHTS
  • # 1927
  • # 65.3m
  • # 11

Creole is a 65.30 metre sailing yacht which was built and launched by Camper & Nicholson in 1927.

The world's largest wooden sailing yacht, and indeed one of the most beautiful classic sailing yachts of all time, the three-masted schooner Creole was a masterpiece when launched in 1927, and remains so today. An example of magnificent craftsmanship combined with meticulous design, she has led a colourful life. Designed with a towering rig, she was launched with a stumpy rig due to her owner's demands and was not restored to her original design until a decade later when under new ownership. She then had her rig removed and deck works changed during her service in the Second World War, which left her unrecognisable. She was returned to the beautifully appointed and fast Creole that her designer had intended with a major restoration in the mid 20th century.

Accommodation

Creole can sleep up to a maximum of eleven guests in her luxury six cabin layout. She also fully accommodates for her crew in separate crew quarters ensuring privacy as well as a relaxed and luxurious charter experience.

DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details,photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.

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DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details,photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.