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Class:International 12 Metre Rule: Third metre rule
Sail no:K15Home port:d/k
Year designed:1937Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1937Current Status:Lost or destroyed
Designed by:Charles E Nicholson
Built by:Camper & Nicholson, Gosport, United Kingdom

Rig: d/k
Construction: d/k


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LWL:13.93mTrim tab:d/k
Beam:3.55mWings on keel:d/k
Draft:2.71mL (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:179sq.m.n year:d/k


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: 2001; Current owner: Not displayed

Year: 1994; Previous name: Aile; Previous owner: Turlan
Year: 1970; Previous name: Mohita ll; Previous owner: Jean Goutail ;Previous location: Marseille, France
Year: 1937; Previous name: Wings; Previous owner: Baron Maurice Solvay ;Previous location: Belgium

Restorations & Modifications:

YearName, Address of restorerDetails
2001Spencer Riggingnew rigging
2001Chantier de Guipconstructed new spars
2001CRM Boatyardrestored to original sloop rig (French Naval Architect, Guy Ribadeau-Dumas), removed engine, some restoration of the hull


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

Good condition, homer: Tetbury Glos., John Lister

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