Category Archives: Arthur C Robb

Boats built by Stebbings to Arthur C Robb designs.

Mokoia

Mokoia was designed by Arthur C. Robb and built by Stebbings in 1948 for Major James Murray. She is a 10-ton auxiliary cutter with a LOA of 37’10”; LWL of 26’0″; beam 8’11”; and draft 6’1″. She was designed principally … Continue reading

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Kingcup

Kingcup was designed by Arthur C Robb and built by Stebbings in 1952 for a Burnham man Mr J.W. Ridsdale. Her construction was reported in the yachting periodicals, as was common at that time, At Stebbings’ yard in Chapel Road … Continue reading

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Buttercup Royal

Buttercup Royal was built by Stebbings in 1950 and was an early example of Arthur C. Robb’s 35′ Lion class. She was built to the Lloyds 100A1 standard, as was her sister ship, Cloetta (also built by Stebbings in 1950).

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Lydiette

Lydiette was designed by Arthur C Robb and built by Stebbings in 1949 for Lt.-Cdr. Anthony Spencer-Phillips OBE. She was similar to Mokoia, another Robb design built by Stebbings, but layed out differently below decks. According to the journals of … Continue reading

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