VANITIE

The second boat built for the defense of the America's Cup in 1914 was for Alexander Smith Cochran, formerly the owner of the schooner Westward, which raced so successfully in English waters in 1910.

This boat has been designed by William Gardner, a New York naval architect with long experience both in the designing and construction of racing yachts.

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04908VParticular interest attaches to this year's series of contests, because of the fact that they will be held under a new rule of measurement, which discourages the building of the extreme and almost freakish type of yacht with which the public was made familiar in the last series of "America" cup contests.
The new rule governing this year's contests encourages a return to a more wholesome form, with a fuller and deeper body and sharper ends, ...

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ANIMATION OF SLOOP VANITIE

3D modeling and rendering with DELFTSHIP

Animation with PAINT SHOP PRO

Realisation AMERICA-SCOOP

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