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The original **Arrow** was modeled and built somewhere about 1822 by Mr. **G. Inman** for Mr. Joseph Weld of Lulworth Castle but was largely the product of her owner’s ideas of design. Arrow was 61 feet 9½ inches long by 18 feet 5¼ inches beam, with a depth of hold of 8 feet 8 inches.

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Arrow was 61 feet 9½ inches long by 18 feet 5¼ inches beam, with a depth of hold of 8 feet 8 inches. She had the usual round barrel-like bottom, and, so far as can be learned, a round, short bow, the run being fair and easy, the small midship section lending itself pleasantly to this.

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**By William P. Stephens - MotorBoating oct. 1944**

CONTEMPORARY with **Pearl**, and even more famous in racing, was the cutter **Arrow**, built in 1822. Her first owner, **Joseph Weld**, was, like the **Marquis of Angelsey**, one of the founders of the Royal Yacht Squadron; like the Marquis, he had ideas of his own, and he chose as a builder, Inman of Lymington, to carry them out.