Inside CREOLE Yacht • Camper & Nicholson • 1927 • Owners Alessandra and Allegra Gucci
The sailing yacht Creole was built by Camper & Nicholson in 1927. She is designed by Charles E. Nicholson.
Creole was built for Alexander Smith Cochran ( 1874 -1929), who named her ‘Vira’.
She was the largest yacht C&N had ever constructed. Cochran had inherited the Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet mills of Yonkers, which by 1929 was the largest carpet manufacturer in the world.
The yacht can accommodate 11 guests and a crew of 15.
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