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NEW YORK 40

NEW YORK 40 (PETERSON) built by O. J. Young /New Orleans Marine/Palmer Johnson and designed by Doug Peterson. Her first hull was built in 1977 with an overall lengh of 12.04 m or 39.50 ft long

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NEW YORK 40 Sailboat Specifications​

Features

Overall Length (LOA) m / ft12.04 m / 39.50 ft
Builder(s)O. J. Young /New Orleans Marine/Palmer Johnson
Designer(s)Doug Peterson
Hull TypeFin w/spade rudder
Number of Hulls Built21
First Hull Built1977
Last Hull Built1979
Ballast TypeLead
Rigging TypeMasthead Sloop
UnsinkableNo
TrailerableNo
Freshwater Tank Capacity lt/gal379 L / 100 gal
Ballast Ratio36.76

Dimensions

Overall Length (LOA) 12.04 m / 39.50 ft
Waterline Length (LWL)9.91 m / 32.50 ft
Beam (width)3.91 m / 12.83 ft
Draft2.18 m / 7.16 ft
Light Displacement (MLC) 8391 kg / 18500 lb
Maximum Displacement8391 kg / 18500 lb
Ballast Weight3084 kg / 6800 lb

Performance

Capsize Screening Formula (CSF)1.94
Comfort Ratio27.62
Displacement-Length Ratio (DLR)240.59
Ballast Ratio36.76
Sail Area to Displacement17.15

Above Deck

Estimated Forestay Length16.97 m / 55.66 ft
Reported Sail Area69.40 m² / 747.00 ft²
Total Sail Area69.43 m² / 747.38 ft²
Mainsail Area27.58 m² / 296.88 ft²
I53.00 ft * 16.15 m
J17.00 ft * 5.18 m
P47.50 ft * 14.48 m
E12.50 ft * 3.81 m
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