1908 - 1969
Arthur Cecil Robb was a British yacht designer working in London, England, after World War II. Born in New Zealand, by 1930 he was employed as yard manager at the boat building firm of Morris & Lorimers, Argyll, Scotland. During World War II he was a Reserve Officer in the British Royal Navy attaining the rank of lieutenant commander. It was at this time that he worked on the design of the airborne lifeboat.
Additional Information: Arthur C. Robb Collection, Ships Plans Division, Mystic Seaport Museum.
Sailboats Designed By Arthur Robb
6 Sailboats / Per Page: 25 / Page: 1
|DARING||32.50 ft / 9.91 m||1960|
|LION CLASS (ROBB)||35.50 ft / 10.82 m||1951|
|PRINCESS 37 (ROBB)||37.00 ft / 11.28 m||1958|
|RADIANT 48 (ROBB)||47.67 ft / 14.53 m||1966|
|ROBB 35||35.50 ft / 10.82 m||1961|
|SEAVIEW MERMAID||24.50 ft / 7.47 m||1921|