History

Originally named ‘Molita’ she was designed by Charles Livingstone for his own use. In 1920 she had a motor installed and in 1936 the rig was changed to a Marconi ketch. Doctor Tim Liesenhoff found Molita in Oban, Scotland in 2003 still with her ketch rig. She was transported down to Mallorca and by 2007 he had restored her back to her original gaff cutter rig and sailing under the new name MARIGAN.

Location

Palma, Spain

Description

Marigan is a classic gaff cutter from 1898. She holds a glance with her sweet lines that end with her long counter and she is still sailed in the traditional manner with her gaff main and with the use of her spinnaker pole downwind. A regular on the Spanish regatta scene she is kept in great condition.

Website

http://classicyachtinfo.com/yachts/marigan/

Specifications
  • Year
    1898
  • Designer
    Charles Livingstone
  • Builder
    Bond of Birkenhead, UK
  • Type of Rig
    Cutter
  • Sail Type
    Gaff
  • Keel Type
    Traditional
Measurement
  • Overall Length
    18.9 metres
  • Beam
    3.3 metres
  • Draft
    2.22 metres
Contact the Owner/Agent

    You May Also Be Interested In