TRAMONTANA

For my first summer on TRAMONTANA, 2012, I went up the Thames to Tower Bridge, and along the English Channel as far as Eldeberry Cove in Torbay, where I anchored for a week, before returning to Ipswich. For the summer of 2014, I spent two months heading west along the English Channel but this time on a one way trip, ending up in Penarth Marina, Cardiff. Along the way I met up with eight other Harrison Butler boats in the Solent, took part in Plymouth’s Classic Boat Regatta, and called into The Isles of Scilly.

For TRAMONTANA’s summer cruise, 2015, I headed north to Fort William, then back south to Conwy, Wales.

Design Specs

LOA:
37′ 
7″
Beam:
11′ 
2″
LWL:
31′ 
0″
Draft:
7′ 
3″
Design or Class: 
Harrison Butler (Cayuca Design)
Former Name: 
MORENA
Home Port: 
Conwy Marina, Wales
Designer: 
Harrison Butler
Boat Type: 
Sailing Yacht
Rig: 
Bermudan Cutter
Gross Displacement: 
14.4 tons (17 Tons TM)
Sail Number: 
None
Number of Engines: 
1
Engine Model: 
New Engine To Be Installed, 2017
Total Engine Horsepower: 
about 55
Fuel Type: 
diesel
Builder Name: 
Anderson, Ridgen and Perkins
Location Built: 
Whitstable, Kent, Engand
Year Built: 
1934
Hull or Design No.: 
Cayuca Design
Documentation or State Reg. No.: 
Lloyd's Registered : 163480
Owner Name: 
Martin Hansen
Owner Country: 
England
Posted on:
Mon, 12/19/2016 - 10:25am
Last modified on:
Thu, 12/22/2016 - 10:46am