Britannia was a trans-Atlantic rowboat designed in 1967 for John Fairfax, built by Lallows boatyard at Cowes. Fairfax rowed the Atlantic in 180 days, an amazing feat for someone who had never rowed before.
The story of the voyage is told in the book Britannia: Rowing Alone Across the Atlantic by John Fairfax.
Length Overall 24'-0'' Length Waterline 20'-0'' Beam Max 4'-9'' Draught 0'-7.5'' Displacement (lb) 1385
Original Plans Lines Plan Hull Construction Drogue and Warp Plan Buoyancy Tanks Full Size Sections
|Price per set:||£45 excluding Full Size Sections|
|£65 including Full Size Sections|
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