Mahogany and teak-faced ply hull. Twin Volvo petrol engines.
A ninteen-sixties classic fast sportsboat.
Construction: gives flexibility to absorb shocks at speed on a choppy sea. There are no bulkheads in the framework of closely-spaced steam bent timbers with long bottom stringers. The bottom of the hull is planked with wide teak-faced plywood strakes laid in reverse clinker fashion and copper clench fastened. The topsides are of a continuous scarph-jointed plywood sheet.
Decks: The foredeck, after deck and cabin sole are teak-faced plywood. The side decks and trim are polished mahogany.
Cabin roof: is double-skin construction with two layers of plywood separated by fore and aft beams. Air enters holes under the visor and is driven to two ventilator frets over the galley and in WC compartment.
Design: Pacemaker 19 and 21 were introduced in 1955 by Port Hamble Limited with a design based on the famous Fairey Offshore power launches and built with utile or mahogany hulls. The prototype was entered and placed in an early Cowes - Torquay offshore power boat race. Twin petrols deliver 27 miles per hour. Partly-fitted out with engine and steering controls.
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