Arthur Henry Collection
"Arthur Henry: A Legacy of Elegance and Adventure on the High Seas" Step aboard the magnificent 205-ton J-class yacht Velsheda as she gracefully sails close hauled
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"Arthur Henry: A Legacy of Elegance and Adventure on the High Seas" Step aboard the magnificent 205-ton J-class yacht Velsheda as she gracefully sails close hauled, capturing the essence of Arthur Henry's timeless elegance. Immerse yourself in the opulence of a bygone era with the steam yacht Boadicea, her regal presence anchored in tranquil waters. A masterpiece crafted by Kirk & Sons of Cowes. Witness Cremona crashing through waves in 1913, an awe-inspiring sight that showcases Kirk & Sons' unparalleled craftsmanship and attention to detail. Embark on a voyage back in time with Joyeuse, a stunning steam yacht from 1914 that embodies Arthur Henry's passion for luxurious seafaring experiences. Marvel at La Toquade, a motor yacht from 1939 that exudes sophistication while peacefully anchored. Another testament to Kirk & Sons' legacy of excellence. Feel your heart race as White Heather and Shamrock engage in an exhilarating downwind race – two majestic sailing yachts battling for glory on open waters. Transport yourself to America's Cup challenger Shamrock IV sailing without topsail in 1914 – a symbol of resilience and determination amidst fierce competition. Relive history as you witness RMS Olympic's hull torn after colliding with HMS Hawke in the Solent during 1911 – a reminder of both triumphs and challenges faced at sea. Discover Surf, a captivating steam yacht from 1912 gently swaying at anchor – an embodiment of tranquility amidst vast ocean horizons under Arthur Henry's watchful eye. Admire Sapphire gliding through azure waters in 1920 - this exquisite vessel epitomizes Kirk & Sons' commitment to creating vessels that are both powerful and graceful. Experience La Cigale sailing close-hauled; her auxiliary schooner design evokes nostalgia for times when wind-powered voyages were synonymous with adventure.