FLYING FIFTY

The FLYING FIFTY was designed in 1950 for Gerald Ross for cruising the Carribean. She was built in Scotland, overseen by an up and coming naval architect Colin Mudie.

She has recently changed hands via a broker in Florida.

'We have recently sold the "Flying Fifty". The new owner has all intentions of bringing her back to her original appearance. I suspect he will be contacting you for information to assist him to that end. The "Flying Fifty" has generated more inquiries than any other vessel we represent. Should you be aware of others available, please contact me. Best Regards, Phil Austin, FCM Yachts, Florida.'

(The advert) 72' UFFA FOX KETCH/PILOTHOUSE Single 160hp MANN-DIESEL 6 CYL. 4 Staterooms, 3 heads, 2 showers and tub. Ketch rigged for cruising w/Roller Furling on head sail, main and mizzen. Wood main and mizzen masts were replaced in 1989 w/aluminum Roller Furling masts. This is a classic motorsailer with 8' headroom in the main salon and unique afterdeck that provides comfortable lounging and recreation area for diving and fishing.

Length Overall 70'-0''
Length WL 50'-0''
Beam Max 15'-0''
Draught 6'-0''
Sail Area (sq ft) 2240
Displacement (tons) 20
Original plans:
Lines Plan
Sail Plan
Mast Plan
Price per set: 40

(we also have a large number of detailed builders plans)

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