An old sales brochure for the Alberg 30. This document
is believed to be circa 1968. The scans are
from a xerographic copy.
- Page 1 (676kB), the front cover,
shows Imp, hull number 61, racing other boats on
the Chesapeake Bay.
Imp is still sailing
and is again an active racer.
- Page 2 (598kB) has some
description and interior photos.
- Page 3 (469kB) gives the
basic specifications and has the sailplan drawing as well as
the plan and layout of the hull.
I've also got larger scans of the
These larger scans are courtesy of Bob Johns, Wind
- Page 4 (617kB) interior
and exterior pictures and a list of the standard equipment.
- Page 5 (453kB) specifications,
construction details and equipment list. Plus the price list!
South: The Endurance Expedition
Shackleton's near-fatal journey to the Antarctic has received a
lot of press in recent years. This is Shackleton's own account—quiet,
understated, and riveting. It also describes the travails of the Aurora
expedition, intended to lay the groundwork for Shackleton on the other
side of the continent.
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