12mR Alfred Mylne 1939

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JENETTA is on her way back on stage and an almost unbelievable golden opportunity to share or own a 3rd rule 12 Metre. Alfred Mylne, who was one of the most experienced 12 Metre designers in the world, designed her in 1939 for Sir William Burton. She was the 4th and last 12 Metre for Burton who was said to be “the best English gentleman sailor” in the 1920s, president of the I.Y.R.U. at that time and helmsman of Shamrock IV in the 1920 Americas Cup for his friend Sir Thomas Lipton. In 1939 not less than four new Twelves entered the English regatta scene, with the longest ever built 12 JENETTA being the most promising construction. Jenetta is a high potential and extraordinary representative of the Metre class. Ready to sail the 12 Metre Worlds in Newport R.I. in 2019.
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18221
Reference 19221
Builder Robbe & Berking Classics
Year 1939/2019
Type Third Rule 12mR Yacht
Design Alfred Mylne & Co.
L.o.d.
L.o.a. 21.70 m
Beam 3.66 m
Draft 2.74 m
Accommodation Equipped for and cruising according to the 12mR regulations.
Engine will be installed
Flag Germany
Location Robbe & Berking Classics / Germany
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