S/V Baggywrinkle Specifications

Baggywrinkle is an Allied Luders 33, built in Catskill, NY by the Allied Boat Company and designed by Bill Luders. Baggywrinkle was hull #6 and comes from a strong cruising family. Her cousin the Allied Seawind was the first fiberglass boat to circumnavigate, and her sister Dove (Hull #9) gained fame as one of the boats Robin Lee Graham used in his 1973 circumnavigation.

Overall length: 33'
Waterline length: 24'
Beam: 10'
Displacement: 12,800 lbs
Ballast: 4,500 lbs
Draft: 5'
Keel style: modified full
Sail area: sloop: 529 s.f.
Engine: Vetus 3.10
Fuel: 25 gallons
Water: 50 gallons
Headroom: 6'1"
Designer: Bill Luders
Hull speed: 6.565 knots

The Crew Aboard Baggywrinkle

Owner and Captain: Benjamin Shaw
Admiral: Miranda Middleton

Miranda and Benjamin