Classic Yawl 48
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Engine: Nanni Kubota 40 HP Diesel 2010 Year: 1939 Type: vela Flag: Italiana Beam: 3.05 mts Loa: 14.88 mts Draft: 2.00 mts Displacement: Kg

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Engine: Nanni Kubota 40 HP Diesel 2010

Year: 1939

Flag: Italian

Year1939MakeClassicModelYawl 48ClassAntique And ClassicLength48ftFuel TypeDieselHull MaterialWoodOffered ByBarcos Nautica


1939 Classic Yawl 48

Jarl Lindblom Diseñador

Jarl Lindblom (1902-1985) was born in Turku. His father was a ship’s captain from Nagu (Nauvo) and his mother was the daughter of August Westin, the shipyard owner from Runsala (Ruissalo). The young Jarl earl was matriculated as a student in Vaasa, did well in his further studies and graduated in 1928 as Master of Science in machine construction, from the mechanical engineering department of the Technical University of Helsinki. He travelled to Sweden, Germany, England and the USA. Against this background, it is not surprising that his contribution in life would revolve around propeller technology, sailboats and industrial shipbuilding.

Jarl Lindblom was a calm and seasoned helmsman, focusing his racing interest on the international 5m class. He designed several experimental fives for his own use, such as TainiLina in 1937 (still actively sailing), Laurawith a centreboard, the Starboat-like Linda and the skimming dish. Jarl Lindblom and his strong crew were most successful with Lina in 1937-39.

During the period 1934-44, Lindblom operated as an independent yacht designer, running his own design office. In 1940, however, he was temporarily employed at the Shipbuilding bureau of the Finnish Navy, which sent him to the United States to study modern manufacturing methods. He was stationed at the Higgins shipyard for pleasure boats, which during the war built light naval ships for the U.S. Navy. Once returned, Lindblom was given the task of developing a new motor torpedo boat, to be built in wood in Finland, based on the experience of the Italian Baglietto motorboats. His knowledge of engines, propellers and bottom shapes now came in handy. The result was the Taisto class, which achieved just over 50 knots on a full plane.

In 1945, Jarl Lindblom was nominated technical manager of the newly founded Laivateollisuus. Its task within the war-reparations programme was to build 90 three-masted wooden schooners. Lindblom had to design the ships, the factory layouts and manufacturing methods. With the help of his American experience of assembly lines and lamination technology, Lindblom managed to complete the demanding program. The delivered schooners were functional and well-sailing.


LOA: 48 ft 10 in

Beam: 10 ft 0 in

LWL: 32 ft 2 in

Length on Deck: 48 ft 10 in

Minimum Draft: 6 ft 7 in

Maximum Draft: 6 ft 7 in

Displacement: 25800 lbs 

Half Load 


- Carvel single planked mahogany on oak frames

- Mostly bronze screw and same stainless steel fastenings

- Full keel with lead ballast 

- Teak decks


 Built for a Swedish owner in 1939,  immediately won the Round Gotland Race that year. After passing through several hands the yacht arrived in Italy around 2005 and underwent a partial refit at the Argentario yard in Porto Santo Stefano. Results under her current ownership: - Won the 2009 Overall Panerai Classic Yacht Trophy and the C.I.M Cup- Not raced in 2010

2009 - Several frames substituted and others sistered - Mast step rebuilt - Chain plates are recent 

In 2011 won all the races she entered:- 1st Overall Puig Trophy Barcelona- 1st Overall Trofeo Islas Baleares Palma de Mallorca- 1st Overall Trofeo Conde de Barcelona Palma de Mallorca- 1st Overall Panerai Trophy Mahon

In 2013 won the Puig Vela Classica Barcelona

2017 full review of the entire hull

Hull all made new

Your keel is separated from the hull

The Sterm and complete structure, with frames included

The apron and stern mirror with supports for rudder

New beams and floors

Stainless steel brackets


1) Complete sail set for cruise

2) Complete set of Regattas, correct use

3) Second set of racing sails, new

Spinnaker for a long

Spinnaker for bearing winds

Sail areas

Mainsail: 543.6 sq ft / 50.5 sq m 

Genoa: 323 sq ft / 30 sq m 

Mizzen: 2 86 sq ft / 8 sq m 

Spinnaker: 969 sq ft / 90 sq m

Sitka spruce masts partially rebuilt in 2011

11 x 19 stainless steel cable rig in 2007

Dyneema work rigging: (2009)

3 x Two speed chrome halyard winches on the main mast

2 x Chrome halyard winches on the table

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage
- Nanni 40 HP Diesel 2010
- 3 blade propellor
- 12 V Electric circuit completely renewed in 2010
- Isolator panel with ammeter & voltmeter in aft cabin
- Stainless steel 17.5 gallon / 80 litre fuel tank
- Stainless steel 22 gallon / 100 litre fresh water tank
- Steel 6.6 gallon 30 l grey water tank

Additional Information

Navigation Communication and Electronics
- 2 x Ritchie steering compasses
- Tack Tick wireless wind instruments
- Raymarine Ray 45 E VHF radio aft cabin
- Clock barometer and thermometer in saloon

- 2 x Electric bilge pumps
- 2 x Manual bilge pumps
- Eurovinyl 8 person life raft
- 8 x Life jackets