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Plans Doug PETERSON,

Conrad 25 or 760, Contessa 25

 

Plans Doug Peterson à la Quarter Ton Cup:

QTC 75: ?e Hobnail, ?e Shark.

QTC 76: 4e Star Eyed Stella, 16e Rio de Sur.

QTC 78: 1er Magician, (Est-ce un plan Peterson?), 10e Black Arrow III, 14e Paradice, 15e St Goliah,

QTC 79: ?e Czarny Kon,

QTC 84: ?e Klif,

QTC 89: ?e Algol, ?e Tom Bombardil,

 

Liste des bateaux,

Algol BUL 707 Conrad 25R, 1989 QTC Falmouth: ?e/24;
Black Arrow III
KZ 2211 design #72 ?, Lightweight (2800#), daggerboarder, fractional rig, wide stern, 1978 QTC, Japon: 10e/32 L.A. Bouzaid;

Picture from Peterson Design Facebook 2018, could be this Quarter!
Blitz US 57489 1977, 1977 North America Championship: 2e/??, Dave Ullman;
Cajesa
I 7766 ?, 2016 Pictures from Dutch QT Facebook,

Czarny Kon III
PL 957 Peterson 1979, 1979 QTC: 49-48-25-41-32= ?e/56;
Dusty Mauch CAN 19967 Peterson 25 1973;
El Principio US 47171 Peterson design #12 ?; 
Flying Circus US Peterson 25 ?, 2017 She has done a lot of PHRF racing in SoCal (USA), but has been on the trailer for sale now for many years;
Information and Picture from Dutch QT Facebook 2017,
Kinkabou G Peterson 1978;
Klif
PZ 1455 Peterson 1983;
Magician V
, Japon 1er QTC 78, rééllement un Peterson??
Meschef
USA 18898 Peterson ?, 1997, Three Bridge Fiasco, San Francisco: DNS/31 Class 4;
Oliver US Peterson ?, 2017 From Dutch QT Class Facebook: "Bob De Moss: This is "Oliver" still owned by the son of original owner, it is hull CTE25001275.......mine is hull CTE25001175 so they were built about month a part CTE/Plastrend Peterson 25...";
Picture from Dutch QT Class Facebook 2017
Para Kaleo IR Peterson 198? built in Poland, 1986 Irish Quarter Ton: champion, David O'Connell, Was optimised for the QTC in Cork;
Paradice J 2297 Peterson 26 ?, 1978 QTC Japan: sank = ?e/34, Ryozo Tanaka;
Pumpkin Eater
US Peterson 197?, 1975 Quarter Ton NAs: ?e/??, fastest boat, Peterson’s Pumpkin Eater, was 1st until losing a protest;
Pusillanimous
US Peterson 197?, 1975 Quarter Ton NAs: 2e/??, 1978 Pacific International Ton Championship (PITCH): 1er/?? QT;
Rambunctious
US 20190 Peterson 25 1975 built by Composite Technologies/Andy Green. White gel coat hull/Navy blue stripes, 2017 Picture from Dutch QT Class Facebook;

Rat Race Jr US Peterson 1977
Rio de Sur
JPN ?, 1976 QTC: 16e/36
Shadowfax
US Peterson ?, 1977 Quarter-Ton North American Championship, San Diego: 8-7-10-10-5 = 9e/14, J. McLaren;
Smogen
US Peterson ?, 1977 Quarter-Ton North American Championship, San Diego: 12-12-dnf-13-dnf = 14e/14, J. Lewienn;
St Goliath
J 2308 Peterson 26 design #72 ?, 1978 The third sister, ST. GOLIATH, had already sunk before the Worlds and was refloated and competed., QTC, Japan: 15-13-7-14-dnf = 15e/34, Takao Ninomiya;
Star Eyed Stella US 18826 Peterson #39 ?;
Tickled Pink US Peterson ?; 
Valkirye USA 47105 Peterson ?, 2004 Three Bridge Fiasco, San Francisco: DNS/34 Class 4
Wild Hair Jr US Peterson ?, 2019 2 pictures from Facebook, boat for sale;

?? Doug Peterson 1/4 tonner was built at the Burmester Yard in Germany in 1976. A sister ship to 'Star Eyed Stella', info and pictures from Dutch QT Facebook, March 2018 ;

 

Petersen 25 design #14?, built in USA, From Facebook 2021 "Probably the first of Doug's designs to go into production. First as the Petersen 25, then as the Poseidon Yachts 25 (after some re-capitalization of the company).
The tooling eventually went through a few more hands before finally being cut up by Teel Brothers Boatworks when they closed. So there are fully finished production racer/cruisers, fully finished flush deck racers, and various kit boats out there from this tooling."

River Horse Peterson Quarter Ton, Design #14, From Facebook 2021 "Probably the first of Doug's designs to go into production. First as the Petersen 25, then as the Poseidon Yachts 25 (after some re-capitalization of the company). The tooling eventually went through a few more hands before finally being cut up by Teel Brothers Boatworks when they closed. So there are fully finished production racer/cruisers, fully finished flush deck racers, and various kit boats out there from this tooling. It looks like Diane Beeston was hired for a shoot, either by the builder or by a magazine that was doing a story on the boat. So we have more than 30 images from that shoot.";

Tight Squeeze US Peterson 25 1973, info and pictures from Dutch QT Facebook 2021: From in San Franciso long ago. Thanks for sharing Craig Ryan Montague!;

 

Chita 25 design 35 or 72!?, built in Japan, pictures from Peterson Design Facebook 2018,

 

 

Seaway 25, design #56, built by Stevenson Sailboats Pty Ltd (Australia), 7,87 x 2,49 x 1,52m, disp: 1270kg, from 1978 to ???, (60 builts??);

?? ? Seaway 25 ?, 2019 May, from Sailing Anarchy: "Originally drawn by the Late/Great Doug Peterson as a trailerable dumbed down version of his 1/4 Ton Design, Star Eyed Stella. About 60 built in Australia by Tom Stephenson as a Seaway 25. Tom won the 1/2 Ton Cup in 1975 in Foxy Lady, one of Dougs designs.Tommy went on to become Peterson’s agent in Australia. Originally had 500kg of internal ballast,and I put about 200 kg of that back on the lengthened Centreboard. Found an old Carbon 18ft Skiff Mast and Boom.Bringing recycling to a waterway near you. It should be a good thing under IRC.
We finally worked through all the formalities and got my boat out of Singapore off the docks, towed into Malaysia,then out of Malaysia and finally into Thailand where we are now working around the clock trying to get the thing finished for Koh Samui Regatta that starts Monday week. Some Singapore copper sent me down the car lane at Customs.I told him the thing would not fit but he did not listen, the dopey prick. Sure enough the boom gate comes crashing down on the boat and WWIII has started. The whole exit lane is blocked. No one can get out of Singapore by car. I am surrounded by 20 coppers yelling at me in their native tongue .Car Keys and Passport confiscated. Plenty going on. No guns drawn, but I might tune up the story a bit to include some fire power! One hour or so later I am cleared to go
". – Anarchist Michael

 

 

MG 26, built in the Netherlands by Jachtwerf Lewin in Vianen, brochure:

El Principo 47171 MG26 ?, seen on MG26 brochure
Jeanne NED MG 26 ?, 2013 Joost Leo Kerke has planned to participate to Dutch QTC: DNS;
Kaizen
NED MG 26 ?, 2013 Clemens Rolink has planned to participate to Dutch QTC: DNS;
Move te Groove
NED 7118 MG26 ?, 2013 Dutch QTC: 17e/25, 2014
On Dutch Quarter List, Fred Pul;
Seawinds NED MG26 ?, 2015 Information and picture from Dutch QT Facebook, Schipper: Lein Sturm, Ligplaats: Kamperland;

 

Contessa 25, design #12(?), chantier Jeremy Rodgers, de 1975 à 1979?, 10 bateaux construits (Sailboatdata) (Popcorn is hull #18!)... 25' 2" x 21' 0" x 9' 6":

Odessos 25, The modern classics tribute to the legendary yacht designer Doug Peterson, fully licensed for serial production by “Doug Peterson’s Trust”!
For us “Odessos25” is a Mission!
Inspired by the 1976 ¼ tonner design, and after many years of racing on the “Peterson25” class in Black Sea, one of the owners of Odessos Rigging, Kalin Georgiev, decided to re-produce this beauty with modern and the best available materials!
The result is absolutely light, stiff and fast boat which hull #1 is winning constantly Romanian regattas with her first owner!
Hull #2 already won almost all regattas in Bulgaria for 2020!
PRINCIPLE DIMENSIONS
LOA: ………………………………  25.00 ft / 7.65 m
LWL: ………………………………  20.01 ft / 6.10 m
BEAM: ……………………………..  8.66 ft / 2.64 m
DRAFT: …………………………….  5.12 ft / 1.56 m
BALLAST: ……………………………………… 570 kg
DISPLACEMENT: ………………………… 1,220 kg
SAIL PLAN
GENOA (OVERLAPPING 150%): ……. 17.14 m2
MAINSAIL: …………………………………….. 18.11 m2
SPINNAKER: ………………………………… 39.00 m2
SAIL AREA UPWIND: …………………….  35.25 m2
SAIL AREA DOWNWIND: ……………….. 57.11 m2
I: …………………………………………………. 8.22 m
J: …………………………………………………. 2.64 m
P: ………………………………………………… 9.20 m
E: ………………………………………………… 3.30 m
TPS: …………………………………………….. 2.65 m