Ed Dubois

www.duboisyachts.com


(From the designers web site)
The first time Ed Dubois designed a yacht it won the British Trials for the Three Quarter Ton Cup, the RORC Class IV overall prize and the Solent Points Championship. In its first year.

That was 1976 and the boat was Borsalino Trois. It attracted enough attention to launch both a racing career and Dubois Naval Architects; acknowledged today as one of the World's foremost yacht design firms.

Sailboats Designed By Ed Dubois

Model LOA First Built
AEGEAN 234 21.70 ft / 6.61 m 1980
CENTURION 36 35.73 ft / 10.89 m 1987
CENTURION 38 37.73 ft / 11.50 m 1987
CENTURION 40 39.57 ft / 12.06 m 1987
CENTURION 41S 42.83 ft / 13.05 m 1994
CENTURION 42 42.42 ft / 12.93 m 1985
CENTURION 45 46.17 ft / 14.07 m 1990
CENTURION 47 47.58 ft / 14.50 m 1984
CENTURION 49 50.58 ft / 15.42 m 1990
CENTURION 59 58.50 ft / 17.83 m 1990
CLIPPER 68 68.24 ft / 20.80 m 2005
CORSAIR 36 (WESTERLY) 35.66 ft / 10.87 m 1983
DISCOVERY 3000 32.68 ft / 9.96 m 1983
FALCON 34 (WESTERLY) 33.67 ft / 10.26 m 1985
FALCON 35 (WESTERLY) 34.58 ft / 10.54 m 1988
FULMAR 32 (WESTERLY) 31.92 ft / 9.73 m 1979
FURIA 25 25.51 ft / 7.78 m 1981
FURIA 26 25.75 ft / 7.85 m 1985
GRIFFON 26 (WESTERLY) 26.00 ft / 7.92 m 1979
GRIFFON 26 MK II (WESTERLY) 26.00 ft / 7.92 m 1982
KESTREL 35 (WESTERLY) 34.58 ft / 10.54 m 1992
LIBERATOR 35 (COLVIC) 35.25 ft / 10.74 m 1978
MERLIN 28 (WESTERLY) 27.08 ft / 8.25 m 1984
MERLIN 29 (WESTERLY) 29.00 ft / 8.84 m 1990
OCEAN 33 (WESTERLY) 33.33 ft / 10.16 m 1997


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