The Rainbow (1934), was built according to international standards of class J, and designed by naval engineer William Starling Burgess. This boat was designed and manufactured in Rhode Island (USA) to defend the America's Cup against "Endeavor". Decorative model made of handmade wood. Packing: Disassembled mast. Boat delivered in individual box.
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Rainbow History Rainbow was designed by W Starling Burgess and launched in 1934 from the Herreshoff shipyard where it was built in just 100 days to compete in the America's Cup against Endeavor. This J class incorporated a duralumin pear-shaped mast, designed to take the tension of the double jib - first used in Whirlwind - and was originally rigged with a Park Avenue spinnaker. This was later removed because it was considered too heavy.