Technical And Related Data About Tally Ho
Tally Ho is one of the larger boats designed by Albert Strange, and a great ocean sailing boat.
She was first commissioned as BETTY in 1910, as a cruiser with deep sea fishing capability, she carried the name TALLY HO from 1913 until 1971.
(* Displacement below is approximated)
|Length Over Spars||60 ft||18.3m|
|Length Overall||47.5 ft||14.5m|
|Length Waterline||44.5 ft||13.6m|
|Displacement*||~30 T (uk)||+30 tonne|
|Air Draft (std)||55 ft||17m|
|Air Draft (topsail)||70 ft||21m|
|Sail Area (designed)||1300 sq ft||121m2|
|Sail Area (Fastnet)||1686 sq ft||155m2|
|Ballast Keel (lead)||4.75T||4.8 tonne|
|Ballast (internal)||8 T||8.13 tonne|
|Ballast (total)||12.75 T||13 tonne|
Hull: Teak planking above the waterline and elm planking below on sawn oak Frames, 2in (50mm) sided by 3in (75mm) moulded, fastened with 3/8" (10mm) copper rivets. Oak deck beams with pine deck planking.
Sail Plan (Albert Strange Original)
Rig conjecture - Fastnet 1927 (by Iain Oughtred)
Arrangements (A.S. original)
Arrangement (A.S. Original)
Proposed Alternative Layouts for various uses.
Drawn by designer Paul Spooner, for charter, sail-training and private yacht, respectively.
These were drawn prior to Leo's ownership as a guide for prospective purchasers. They are not used by Leo.