- Boat Name: Johan of Rhu
- Sail: KC 17, ex K 43
- Year Built: 1948
- Designer: McGruer
- Builder: McGruer
- Owner: Craig Murray, et. al.
- History: A 1948 James McGruer design, near sister to Noa
and GBR 48 Caprice, she was acquired from Tobermory on Lake Huron,
in June 2004 by a Vancouver syndicate headed by Craig Murray.
She represented Great Britain in the 1948 Olympics. After being
sunk by another six in the early 90s at the last 6 meter
event to take place on Lake Ontario, she languished in a boatyard
and was later purchased at auction in a lien dispute. She was
restored and renamed "Phoenix", then "Renaissance."
The photos below show her with sails purchased from the Seattle
Sailing Foundation, which owned USA 123 Steverino at the time.
Johan was reassembled just in time to compete
in the 2004 North Americans in Vancouver in the Summer of 2004,
her first six meter event since her unfortunate sinking.