Britannia II was a trans-Pacific rowboat designed for John Fairfax, built by Lallows boatyard at Cowes. Britannia was the previous design rowed across the Atlantic single handed by Fairfax.

The 8000 miles across the Pacific was completed with the assistance of Sylvia Cook in approximately a year commencing April 1971.

The whole story of the boat is told in Oars Across the Pacific by Fairfax and Cook, 1972.

Length Overall 36'-0''
Beam Max 5'-0''
Original Plans
Lines Plan and Offsets
Hull Construction
Drogue and Warp Plan
Price per set: 40


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