Yachts of the Classic Yacht Association
Naval architect Leigh H. Coolidge, 1870-1959, was responsible for a wide range of motoryachts designed in the 20's and 30's. He was born in Boston but moved to the Seattle area in 1890. Known as "The Duke" because of his fancy dress and formal demeanor, he was the designer that N.J. Blanchard turned to for his line of 36' standardized cruisers, many of which are still around today. Coolidge was considered a perfectionist, and was known for his prolific workboat designs -- his WWII "Miki" tugs are famous -- as well as for his yachts. He designed ferry boats, tug boats, rumrunners, and barges with equal skill.
14 records found.
|Name||Builder||Year||Length||Fleet||Boat Image Thumb|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1925||36'||Non-Member|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1926||36'||Pacific Northwest|
|Martinac Shipyard||1926||50'||Pacific Northwest|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1926||36'||Non-Member|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1927||36'||Pacific Northwest|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1928||36'||USA|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1928||36'||Southern California|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1929||38'||Pacific Northwest|
|Boat Harbor Marine Railway||1930||78'||Pacific Northwest|
|Blanchard Boat Co.||1930||36'||USA|
|Puget Sound Bridge and Dredge||1943||83'||Non-Member|