|Document No 2929: CHEVEYO : Ranger 77B design - Profile|
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EDITION : 1937
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Cheveyo will be steeped in rich history, built to the Ranger 77B design. This is one of the original series of six designs submitted by Starling Burgess and Olin Stephens to Harold Vanderbilt for the 1937 America's Cup defence.
In 1936, each of the six Ranger designs was extensively tank tested by Burgess and Stephens to select the optimum hull- form to defend the America's Cup against the challenger Endeavour II, designed by Charles Nicholson.
Vanderbilt selected the 'C' version because it was found to have the best potential for racing solely in the sheltered waters off Newport RI. The 'Super J' Ranger was thus born, and went on to triumph decisively over Endeavour II in the 1937 series.
The Ranger 77B version was identified as the clear star.NOTES AMERICA-SCOOP :
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