GENESTA

'Genesta' trailing 'Puritan' 1885 - Leonard J. PearceEnglish challenger defeated by the American defender Puritan.

1884
Genesta
was launched in Glasgow and registered in the RYS lists the same year, under Sir Richard Sutton's banner. It was a John Beavor-Webb's design, composite building, John's specialty since Freda (1880).

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GenestaGenesta was a typical English cutter of the period, long, narrow, very deep, with low bilges and wall sides, a straight stem, a high overhang aft, long bowsprit, short mast, and tall topmast.
Length overall 96 feet 5 inches; length on water-line 81 feet 7 1/2 inches; beam 15 feet; draft 13 feet 6 inches; depth of hold 11 feet 9 inches; length of mast from deck to hounds 52 feet; topmast 44 feet 6 inches; boom 70 feet; gaff 44 feet; ...

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GENESTAX3D

X3D is an open standard for 3D content delivery. It is not a programming API, nor just a file format for geometry interchange.

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