1936 Tore Holm 6mR May Be IV

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Built in 1936 in Stockholm for Sven Salén, who was a very successful swedish helmsmen, May Be IV took part at the Olympic Games to represent Sweden with winning the bronze medal. She is built of Oregon pine and has gone through several restorations, the bottom planks and the deck has been done three times now. She always took part in important races and in most of them she ended up being on the podium. This 6mR is designed to be a racer, but during the past decades she has proven to be an all-round talent. She comes with a WB-Sails wardrobe and a Proctor rig including Navtec rod rigging and is ready to sail.
EURO 95.000,00
18250
Reference 18250
Builder Abrahamsson & Börjesson Boatjard
Year 1936
Type 6mR classic yacht
Design Tore Holm
L.o.d. 7.60 m
L.o.a. 11.60 m
Beam 1.80 m
Draft 1.70 m
Accommodation Equipped for spartanic cruising she has a double bunk ahead of the mast and two more aft of it.
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