Frederick R. Parker
1912 - 1984
Frederick R. Parker, M.I.N.A., served his apprenticeship with Berthon Boat Co., Lymington, and was Chief designer to Frederick Sheperd, M.I.N.A.. During the Second World War he was a design draftsman at the English Admiralty and later became a Lloyds Surveyor. He held positions at Dorset Yachts, Co., Poole, and Woodnuts, before starting his own firm in 1948. During his career he designed hundreds of boats, power and sail.
A few of his designs were built in series of fiberglass during the 1960's, but it has been said it was not a material he favored.
Sailboats Designed By Frederick R. Parker
5 Sailboats / Per Page: 25 / Page: 1
|FOLKDANCER 27||27.00 ft / 8.23 m||1965|
|JAVELIN 30 (PARKER)||30.50 ft / 9.30 m||1971|
|MYSTERE 26||25.75 ft / 7.85 m||1970|
|POOLE ONE DESIGN||26.33 ft / 8.03 m||1950|
|WARSASH ONE-DESIGN||26.67 ft / 8.13 m||1968|