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Class:International 6 Metre
Sail no:KC21Home port:Ontario
Year designed:1930Country:Canada
Year built:1930Current Status:Not in commission: Project - for sale
Designed by:Baron Ernst Wedell-Wedellsborg
Built by:Nordbjaerg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Rig: d/k
Construction: d/k


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LOA:36ft 6inDisplacement: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


This section records what is known about the past history of the boat.
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Year acquired: d/k; Current owner: Not displayed

Year: d/k; Previous name: Amaryllis
Year: d/k; Previous sail no: D40; Previous owner: Crown Prince of Denmark

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"Junge" won an exceptional design concept award at the Danish exhibition in 1929, and was subsequently built by Wiendle Wiendle Vorg for the Crown Prince of Denmark the following year. She is built from Mahogany planking on white oak frames, with Sitka spruce spars and a cast iron keel. Her hull has been splined and epoxied overtop, and her mast has been cut in half.

"Junge" has sadly fallen into the hands of neglect and requires a major restoration and refinishing to bring her back to her former glory of seventy years past. She will require a complete new backbone (stem, keelson, deadwood and horn timbre), a new ballast keel, keelbolts, new ribs and planks, transom, decks, superstructure and a new mast. She also requires a complete refinishing from stem to stern.

The crew at Woodwind Yachts would be pleased to undertake this extensive project for you. I estimate costs to be between $100,000.00 and $160,000.00 Canadian., depending upon any additional work we may find is required after dismantling the vessel, and of course, your level of expectations.

I would consider selling "JUNGE" in "as is" condition to a competent boatbuilder for $2,500.00 Cdn. All transportation costs would be extra.

Update: 16/5/08: still in storage awaiting extensive restoration.

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