Designed by Boston yacht designer Edward Burgess and built by George Lawley & Son, the Puritan was the 1885 American’s Cup defender. The Puritan marked the start of a three year reign by Burgess’ designs, fallowed closely by the Mayflower in 1886 and the Volunteer in 1887. All three yachts characterized as lightweight, with wide and shallow hull and a center board.
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- minor scuffs to wood; discoloration to fabric; piece detached from bow (provided).