12mR MARINA, A. Mylne Design No. 368

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MARINA was the third 12mR yacht built for the legendary Sir William P. Burton, president of the Yacht Racing Union. She had an enviable racing record for the next four seasons, surviving gales on her delivery voyage from the yard in Bute to her debut on the South Coast in 1935. Marina was sold in 1939. Whilst being towed from the Clyde to her new home, a storm blew up in the Irish Sea. The towline parted and Marina washed ashore and became a total loss. After the successful relaunch of the last 12mR design JENETTA at Robbe & Berking Classics, the design no. 368 could be the next rare opportunity to recreate a classic 12mR yacht. All drawings and specifications are available. Please call for further information.
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18247
Reference 18247
Builder Bute Slip Dock Co. Ltd. (original)
Year 1935
Type International 12mR, Third Rule
Design Alfred Mylne & Co.
L.o.d.
L.o.a. 20.12 m
Beam 3.70 m
Draft 2.44 m
Accommodation
Engine
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