Trimmed print from tracing after plate from volume 1 of Plans of wooden vessels selected as types : from one hundred and fifty of various kinds and descriptions, from a fishing smack to the largest clipper ships and vessels of war, both sail and steam, built by Wm. H. Webb, in the City of New York, from the year 1840 to the year 1869.
Includes, body, sheer, and half-breadth views. Handwritten note on bottom right corner notes the history of ownership of the yacht.
Text under title: "Belonging to a club of young men of New York and the first built at that Port."