Print

Help: on completing the info : On syntax : On using the wiki

Carin II

Basics


Class:International 6 Metre
Sail no:CAN 8Home port:d/k
Year designed:1936Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1936Current Status: 
Designed by:Gösta Kyntzell
Built by:Wilenius Batvarv, Borgå/Porvoo?, Finland

Rig: d/k
Construction: d/k

Measurements

Specify units
LOA:d/kDisplacement:d/k
LWL:d/kTrim tab:d/k
Beam:d/kWings on keel:d/k
Draft:d/kL (Measured):d/k
Luff (A) IRC (P):d/kDate of last measurement certificate:d/k
Fore triangle (J):d/kMeasurer:d/k
Foot (B) IRC (E):d/kIRC Rating:d/k
Sail area:d/kn year:d/k

History

This section records what is known about the past history of the boat.
Complete one row for each change of name, sail number, location and/or owner and the year in which the change(s) occurred. The current owner is not displayed unless permission has been given.

Year acquired: d/k; Current owner: Not displayed

Year: 1950's; Previous location: Canada
Year: d/k; Previous name: Alic; Previous sail no: L38

Restorations & Modifications:

YearName, Address of restorerDetails
 Elephant Boatyard 

Story

Use this section to note any anecdotes, successes, etc. or add any notes

Carin II has been in the Wittstock family for nearly 50 years. The Wittstocks imported her to Canada in the early 50's and sailed her in many 6 meter events promoted by the Royal Canadian Yacht Club during the glory days on Lake Ontario in the 50's and 60's, including the George Cup, Alarm Cup and the Toronto Globe and Mail North Americans. Carin has been in England for the past several years where she won the Classic division of this year's British Open Championships

For the last twelve years, they have kept her in England where she was carefully restored by Chris Wittstock and his father, at the Elephant Boatyard. Chris and Cindy fly over to take part in major European events, where she has upheld the honour of Canada and is the sole representative of Canada on the European scene. They have just been racing her in England in a series of regattas at Cowes and plan to come to England next year for the 2007 World Championships.

Uploaded Pictures & Documents



Sources & References

Use this section to note any web resources or published references to this boat





Contributors to this page: admin .
Page last modified on Thursday 16 of September, 2010 15:19:37 UTC by admin.