Alan Gurney


Before establishing his own firm, Gurney served as an apprentice naval Architect in England with J. Francis Jones, and later with the firm of Holman & Pye. After Immigrating to the US in 1960, Gurney found a job with William Tripp Jr.

Sailboats Designed By Alan Gurney

Model LOA First Built
CARIB 41 41.00 ft / 12.50 m 1970
COMPETITION 1000 28.67 ft / 8.74 m 1973
ISLANDER 36 36.08 ft / 11.00 m 1971
ISLANDER 41 (GURNEY) 41.17 ft / 12.55 m 1972
NANTUCKET 33 32.83 ft / 10.01 m 1967
O'DAY 27 27.00 ft / 8.23 m 1972
RANCHER 41 40.42 ft / 12.32 m 1969
SLIPPER 42 42.00 ft / 12.80 m 1978
WHITNEY 41 41.00 ft / 12.50 m 1972
WOLVERINE 28 28.16 ft / 8.58 m 1963


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