12mR Camper & Nicholson 1936

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EVAINE was commissioned according to the International Third Rule and was designed and built by Camper & Nicholson in 1936. This was the second Twelve built for Sir Richard C Fairey after Flica and she was one of the outstanding designs of Nicholson; in her first season she was third after Marina and Westra out of 31 entries with 7 firsts, 10 seconds and 1 third. The 1938 seasons were marked by the duels between Evaine and Trivia which have added to the English yacht racing a new chapter even comparable with those of past history. Several successful years later she was the first Twelve that crossed the Atlantic two times between 1969 and 1975. Various damages and circumstances in combination with overhauls brought the yacht at least to Germany and is used for day charter and racing. EVAINE has shown her high potential during championships and other races and is still comparable to old acquaintances like Trivia, Vim and Flica II. Evaine is available for charter and as complete package.
EURO 460.000,00
18219
Reference 18219
Builder Camper & Nicholson Ltd.
Year 1936
Type Third Rule 12mR Yacht
Design Charles E. Nicholson
L.o.d.
L.o.a. 21.33 m
Beam 3.55 m
Draft 2.67 m
Accommodation Equipped for racing and cruising.
Engine Volvo Penta, 50hp
Flag Germany
Location Norther Germany
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