Rainbow 1934 J-Class Yacht Varnished


Dimension: Length 45cm X Width 16cm

Material used: Teak and beech wood


Name: Rainbow Yacht J-Class 1934

Type: Half Hull Varnished

Model : Yacht J-Class

Year: 1934

Rainbow yacht boat was a J-class yacht built in 1930 that successfully defended the America’s Cup in 1934.

However, Harold Vanderbilt commissioned it, and William Starling Burgess designed it.

Rainbow was decommissioned in 1940.

Rainbow yacht boat (also known as a “J-boat”) is a single-masted racing yacht.

The Rainbow yacht boat are regarded as the pinnacle racers of the era. Moreover, when the Universal Rule determined America’s Cup candidacy.

The J-Class is one of numerous racing boat classes derived from the Universal Rule.

Therefore, the rule was introduced in 1903 and rates both double-masted and single-masted races. Most importantly, because of the trend toward smaller boats.


Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 50 × 21 × 9 cm