1918 - 1993
Charles Wittholz designed hundreds of sail and power boats during his 50 year career. He studied naval architecture at University of Michigan and MIT.
He first went to work at the office of John Alden and then Philip Rhodes.
Some of his designs went into production for builders such as Chrysler and Cheoy Lee. Many others were custom. Known especially for his catboats and power trawlers.
Mrs. Estelle Wittholz
100 Williamsburg Dr.
Silver Spring, MD 20901
Sailboats Designed By Charles Wittholz
|CAPE COD CAT||17.00 ft / 5.18 m||1971|
|DEPARTURE 35||35.00 ft / 10.67 m||1979|
|DICKERSON 35 (WHITTHOLZ)||35.00 ft / 10.67 m||1958|
|DYER DHOW||9.00 ft / 2.74 m||1944|
|HERMANN CAT||17.00 ft / 5.18 m||1971|
|LONE STAR 13 (CHRYSLER)||13.08 ft / 3.99 m||1963|
|LONE STAR 16 (CHRYSLER)||16.00 ft / 4.88 m||1969|
|MIDSHIPMAN 52 (CHEOY LEE-WITTHOLZ)||51.50 ft / 15.70 m||1977|
|WINDJAMMER 17||16.75 ft / 5.11 m||1966|
|WITTHOLZ 53 (CHEOY LEE)||53.00 ft / 16.15 m||1977|