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US 87 May Be VII ex. S 66 May be VII
1952 Sparkman & Stephens design built by Tore Holms Yachtyard in Gamleby, Sweden for Sven Salen to compete in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, where she placed 4th of 11 for Sweden. In the 1960's May Be VII dominated on Puget Sound in the very capable hands of Eustace "Sunny" Vynne, who won the 1964, 1967 and 1968 Toronto Globe & Mail North Americans and multiple other regattas. May Be VII placed 3rd in the 1973 World Championships held in Seattle. She is lying Bainbridge Island Wa, and shows well. She will make a formidable competitor at the 2017 World Championships in Vancouver BC. Contact Brian Huse +1 250 516 4393 or firstname.lastname@example.org (09/2015)
US 90 Fokus III ex. Exit, Little Sister
1947 Bjarne Aas design. Excellent condition. Sister ship to Elizabeth X – World Cup winner. Restored 2007 for 2009 World Cup in Newport RI where it placed in the top 10. Custom winches, North 3DL sails used only one season – like new. All new rod rigging. Custom trailer available. Photos available on request. Contact Jim Metteer, email@example.com or call 360-440-2022. Located Puget Sound. (08/2015)
FIN 50 Ali Baba II
1948 Tore Holm design built for Sven Salén. 1948 London Olympics contender representing Sweden (Bronze) and also in Helsinki 1952 representing Finland (Bronze). Won the 1999 ISMA World Championships in Hanko and also winner of several regattas and rankings in Finland during 2000 and further on. Yacht in very good condition - ready for racing with extensive sail wardrobe. Lying Helsinki, Finland. Price on request. Contact Gustav Nyberg +358 40 5036420 or Leif Böckelman +358 40 5450317. (4/2015)
ITA 64 Ciocca IIKC 21 Junge (ex D40 KDY 1930, ex Amaryllis)
1948 Sparkman & Stephens design originally built in Italy by Baglietto. Lines and performance very similar to Goose and Llanoria. Represented Italy in the 1952 Olympics. Requires full restoration, but once finished will be competitive at the highest level. Currently located at Boothbay Harbor, Maine. To learn more, go to Boothbay Harbor Shipyard. (10/2008)
1930 Wedellsborg design, Nordbjaerg built. Rough condition. Located Ontario, Canada. The current owner, Woodwind Yachts, would prefer to do it for you. Call Ken Lavalette at (905) 986-9663. Lying Ontario, Canada.
KC 26 SIRA (ex D49 KITSITA II) (pictures added 02/7/11)
1935 Knud H. Reimers design for Baron C. Juel Brockdorff and built in Denmark by the Nordbjaerg yards. Honduras mahogany/white oak/Swedish steel with Burma teak and padouk decks and cuddy cabin. Rebuilt in '74-'75 by C&C Custom Yachts and thereafter maintained by Carlaw Custom Yachts. Beautiful tapered aluminum mast and boom by "Klaco" (triple spreader/jumper strut painted mast buff). Owned by Judi Kennedy since 1973 and currently "housed" east of Toronto, ON. Sira is in good condition but could use some work. Judi has the original line drawings. Call Judi Kennedy at 905-342-2691. (Updated 01/2011)
US 21 Madcap
1924 Frederic Hoyt designed, Henry B. Nevins built. Arguably the most original of the existing US fleet. Excellent condition and ready to go. She was fully restored at IYRS, with new rigging, new deck in 2008/2009. Full suit (6 sails) of new North sails. Ready to race in the NE Fleet in Newport for 2010. Mooring available. Contact Tom Fair.
GER 8 "Angelita"
2005 new built in Germany from original plans 1927 Abeking & Rasmussen, Bremen, no. 2283. Double planked mahogany hull, oregon pine mast and boom, teak deck. Classic Dacron sails. Presently located in Spain. Email for photos and further information. Price can be discussed. Contact Helmar Krause, Tel. 0034 950168271, E - Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
KA 2 Sjo Ro
1935 William Fife III design built at Percy Coverdale yard in Hobart, Tasmania. She is carvel planked huon pine over hardwood frames. Plywood deck, aluminum mast, cockpit sole in Australian beech. Several sails, in decent condition, but could require a few frame repairs. Currently lying Sydney, Australia. Contact Sandeman Yacht Company, email@example.com
FIN 66 Bambi
1946 Knud Reimers design built in Zurich, Switzerland. Bambi has previously sailed on Lake Geneva with a solid racing record and was completely restored after being brought to Finland in 2002. Excellent condition, lots of sails and equipment. Contact Klaus Ilmonen, firstname.lastname@example.org. Asking €63,000. (10/2013)
SWE 6 Fågel Blå
1937 Tore Holm design. Fågel Blå means "Blue Bird" in Swedish. Very fast boat and winner of the Classic division at the 2007 World Cup at Cowes in a heavy air series. Decent sail wardrobe. Full racing gear. Needs new keelplank. Located in Stockholm. Contact Mats Selin, email@example.com Asking SEK 500,000 (approx. €55,000). (12/2010)
FRA 99 Vert Galant
1934 Johan Anker design. Excellent condition with many sails, including several new and much equipment. Located Noirmoutier, France. Price €70,000 Contact: 0033 (0) 6 15 22 81 66. firstname.lastname@example.org. (07/2009)
F 88 'Mandragore', ex. Dingo, ex. Kornog II
1939 Camatte design, built by Bonnin. Lying La Trinite sur Mer. The mahogany hull restored at la Spezia (IT) in 1981. 3 mains, 6 Genoa, 4 spinnakers. Contact Mr Jean Pierre Thibault Tel 01 30 58 45 26. Website: http://btibo.free.fr/
- I 63 'Mizar III'
1946 S&S design 292. Built in double planked mahogany by Sangermani. Lying Lavagna, Italy. Asking €37000 as is, or fully restored and ready to sail €87000 (new sails not included). Contact Cantieri Sangermani -Tel.: 39-0185 307679 - Fax: 39-0185 305421 or Email email@example.com (10/2013)
- GBR 96 Scoundrel
1986 Ian Howlett design built by Paul Litton. Fast and successful. Beautiful bright finish wood construction in truly excellent condition. Well traveled and always competitive. Full and impressive sail wardrobe. Includes 2 masts, cradle, all over canvas covers and truck available separately. Easily transported to La Trinite for the 2015 World Championships. Asking Price: GBP 75,000. Contact Brian Pope: +44 (0) 7831 215 230 (04/2015)
SUI 122 Woodoo
1989 Ridders & Bergstrom design built by Leif Carlsson. Composite construction with mahogany shell, natural varnished, perfectly outfitted, new mast and rigging, new winches, wide range of competition sails by Sobstad, Quantum and Next. Updated rudder and keel. Beautifully bright and in immaculate condition. Spare mast. Former World Cup and European Championship winner. Asking CHF50,000. Contact Peter Muller. Lying Switzerland and ready to go for the 2015 World Championships. (4/2015)
SUI 107 Gitana Junior II
1982 Grobety design built by Phillippe Durr. Asking 47,000. Several sails. Good condition. Photos. Contact Gianni Gini. Lying Lecco, on Lake Como. (04/2015)
GBR 108 Bluebird, ex. SWE 124, USA 116 Belle, Chinook, SWE 102 Tibnorina
1981 Pelle Pettersen design built by Sune Carlsson. Updated winged keel. Substantial refurbishment in 2009; hull , deck and bottom repainted, Fittings overhauled -Many Harken, New full depth rudder in 2009 with assemblies checked, bearings replaced. Well traveled and always competitive. Large Qty of North, Doyle Genoas. North and Hamel/ Elvstrom mains, various spinnakers all in serviceable condition. Includes cradle and truck available. Asking Price: £33,000 - excluding truck (£2,000 extra). Robin Richardson, firstname.lastname@example.org tel mobile: +44 7710 825477 (10/2013)
KA 7 TOOGOOLOOWOO V
1970 Sparkman & Stephens design built by Bill Barnett in Sydney, Australia. Her design closely follows that of the 12 Metres Intrepid and Valiant with fuller forward sections of the latter. Toogy V won the 1975 World Cup on the water. Immaculate and beautiful restoration with all new fittings, winches, and sails. Made of double skinned Honduras mahogany planking over Danish ash frames and mahogany backbone. Located: Kotka, Finland. Ready to sail and priced to sell - please contact Petri Tykka: +358 50 3035833, E-mail: email@example.com (10/2013)
GER 86 Gosling, ex. S 86 Gosling, ex. K 80 Gosling
1971 Sparkman & Stephens design built at McGruer's in Scotland. Double planked mahogany over laminated frames. First owned by Sir Erik Maxwell. The second of 3 closely related developments following that of the 12 Metres Intrepid and Valiant. Gosling sailed in the 1973 World Cup in Seattle (8th of 20), and at the heavy air 1977 World Cup at Marstrand where she placed 4th of 21 in the 2 races she finished. Located: Bodman, Germany. Asking Euros 10,000. please contact Martin Wilhelm: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (10/2013)
SWE 96 May Be XII
1978 Peter Norlin design built by Arne Jonsson at Spillersboda, Sweden. The boat was built for the Salen family and was one of 3 built to the same design. First sailed by Patric Fredell at the 1979 Worlds in Seattle, where she place 7th of 25. Boat is currently abandoned at Rudkobing Havn (harbor) in southern Denmark and will require some work to get sailing again. Contact details are being worked out, but contact Rudkobing Havn for details on how to acquire this pedigreed Modern. (4/2015)
ITA 70 Valentina
1976 Gary Mull design built by Sangermani. Beautifully bright mahogany boat with classic Mull counter transom. Interesting history and ready to go. Many sails and much equipment. Asking €92000. Contact Cantieri Sangermani -Tel.: 39-0185 307679 - Fax: 39-0185 305421 or Email email@example.com (10/2013)
Equipment and Sails
Samson Validator 12 - 1/4" x 600 ft. Low stretch, no creep 12-strand construction made of 100% Vectran®. Red. Easy-to-splice, extremely strong and lightweight. I will sell the entire spool for $575, or 100 foot lengths for $100. Replace your halyards or running backstays! Contact Matt Cockburn, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-675-7992.
Tohatsu 9.8 long shaft with extension. Low hours. Perfect for side mounting on a 6 meter or as a trolling motor on larger power boat. Contact Matt Cockburn, email email@example.com
USA 110 AH SI SI (ex. SWE 110) SOLD 6/2015. New home: Puget Sound.
1979 Doug Peterson design built in GRP by New Orleans Marine by commission of the San Francisco Bay Sailing Association. Originally sailed by Malin Burnham at the 1979 World Cup in Seattle. In excellent restored condition. New Stars & Stripes blue topside paint.
USA 114 Scallywag, ex. Perspicacious - SOLD 04/2015 - UK. 1979 Gary Mull design built by Carl Eichenlaub in 3 layers of cold molded mahogany. Very solid construction. White hull with varnished coamings. Completely refurbished 2002-2003 with new teak decks, new rudder and tiller and has not been used since. The mast has never been used.
FRA 106 Warhorse, ex. USA 115 Warhorse - SOLD 1/2015 - France. 1979 Brian Wertheimer design built by Bob Cadranell in 3 layers of cold molded mahogany plywood. Brian designed the boat for himself to compete in the 1979 World Cup held in Seattle, where she won the last race and ended 3rd of 26 entries on a tie breaker. In excellent condition and well cared for. Moving to La Trinite sur Mer after 33 years of single family ownership.
SWE 134 Evelina - SOLD 06/2014 - Finland 1995 Peter Norlin design. Built by Roland Palm. Mahogany on oak frames, Proctor mast, Lewmar winches and fittings, several sails, comes with trailer and cradle. See her being built here: http://home6.swipnet.se/~w-60684/6mr_evelina_swe.htm
GBR 110 New Sweden II, ex. SWE 129 - SOLD 01/2014 - Vancouver, B.C. 1989 Peter Norlin design. Built in GRP at Bohuslaska, Batservice with updated Howlett wing keel and full depth rudder. Very good condition top and bottom with extensive sail wardrobe.
GBR 111 Blade Runner, ex. Blade - SOLD 01/2014 - Vancouver, B.C. 1987 Ian Howlett design built by T Smith, U.K. Built in GRP with updated wing keel and full depth rudder. Very quick in light to medium and solid. Excellent condition top and bottom with full suit of North and Next sails.
GBR 102 Bear, ex. BER 106 - SOLD 10/2013 - Puget Sound, USA 1989 Pelle Pettersen design built at Batbyggarna. Updated with Ian Howlett winged keel in 2008, along with large refurbishment effort - new paint, trim tab and rudder bearings replaced. Well traveled and competitive at the several World and European Championships she competed in. Proctor mast and many sails.
USA 112 Ranger - SOLD 07/2013 - Puget Sound, USA 1979 Gary Mull design built by Eric Goetz for Ted Turner and the Yellow Rose Syndicate of Fort Worth, Texas for the 1979 World Cup in Seattle. Sailed to 5th of 26 entries and later won the 1981 North Americans. Cold-molded wood with West epoxy, stripped and repainted in 2002 with Interspray 800/900 inside and out.
ITA 74 Nivola - SOLD 06/2013 - Romanshorn, Switzerland - Lake Constance 1984 Pelle Pettersen design. Actively campaigned from 1984 to 1993. European (1986) and World Cup champion (1993). Ericcson mast, plus spare mast, many older sails. Dedicated Fiat truck included with sale.
SWE 135 Gubbrora, ex USA 120 St Francis IX - SOLD 05/2013 - Vancouver, B.C. 1985 Pelle Pettersen design. 1989 World Champion, 1990 European Champion, fully equipped for racing, newly painted in Majestic blue. Full sail inventory from Next Sails and Sobstad, cradle, Ericsson spars. Updated keel and full depth rudder. Excellent racing history.
Classics:US 64 Tao - ex. "Erne"
US 91 Enterprise, ex. L26 Vinnia and N 57 Vinnia (sold to Thailand 6/2015)
1935 Christian Jensen design built by Anker and Jensen at Soon Slip, Norway. Douglas Fir (Oregon Pine) planking over oak frames.
US 96 Hankø III, ex. KC 30 Eclipse, ex. N 82 Hankø III - sold 01/2015 - Germany 1955 Bjarne Aas designed and built. Mahogany planks on oak frames. Originally built as a lottery boat for the KNS (Royal Norwegian Yacht Club) and sailed by Crown Prince Olav in her initial season. Completely restored in 1996 and immaculately maintained since that time.
GER 39 Antje - sold 04/2014 - Finland 1939 B. Wilke designed and built in Kiel. Originally built of Oregon Pine on Oak frames with a large part of the hull replanked in mahogany. 60 new frames, most floors, stem and rudderpost replaced. Planks have been splined. She comes with a aluminium mast as well as a lovely wooden rig. Set of racing sails ( main + 4 headsails, 2 spinnakers).
US 54 Bobkat II - sold 12/13 - UK 1931 Sparkman & Stephens design - Nevins Built. Rebuilt to original by Cantiere dell' Argentario 2004. A very competitive yacht both when built and now. Arguably the most successful of the "restored to original" group (wood mast, layout, original rig style & position, etc.). Website with restoration and action photos.