Intrepid 1967

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Intrepid 1967 model by Abordage Expand

Really well done, this plank-on-bulkhead with tropical hardwood model of the Intrepid won the America's Cup in 1967 and again in 1970.

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$1,495.00

Intrepid is a 12-metre class yacht which won the America's Cup in 1967 and again in 1970.

Intrepid was designed by Olin Stephens, and was built of double-planked mahogany on white oak frames. She featured important innovations both above and below the waterline.

The rudder was separated from the keel and a trim tab was added. This new general underbody type, with relatively minor refinements, was used on every subsequent Cup boat until the 12-metre Australia II's winged keel of 1983.

In 1967 Intrepid was skippered by Emil "Bus" Mosbacher, and defeated Australian challenger Dame Pattie. Redesigned in 1970 by Britton Chance, Jr. and skippered by Bill Ficker that year, she defeated another Australian challenger, Gretel II.

From wikipedia

Size24" Length x 37" Height
Year1967

We specially designed a Led Lighted System that burns cooler and more efficiently.

The LED has a brightness of 1860 Lumen with a warm white color (CCT of 3300 K *).

It is dimmable and works with 9~14.8 VDC.

The LED life time is 30,000 hours so you can keep your display lit for a long time.
This kit cannot be purchase separately.

The power supply is included.


*CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) expresses the color or shade of white light. It is the measure of the color appearance of the light emitted from a light source, measured in degrees kelvin (K). The CCT rating is a general 'warmth' or 'coolness' measure of its appearance. Wavelength is used to express a specific color of light other than whites. Wavelength is the portion of the visible spectrum that the human eye can detect, between 380 and 700 nanometers (nm). 3300 K is also called a warm white.