1928 Starling Burgess 12mR Anitra

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Abeking and Rasmussen built six 12mR yachts in 1928 commissioned by the New York Yacht Club. These boats were designed by Starling Burgess and two of them are still alive and one is Anitra. Originally, she was built within 5 month and then brought to Canada. She was sailed to New York then and as time passed by, she attended a lot of regattas there. She has been built matching the second rule of the 12mR regulations in 1928. 2003 Anitra was brought to Germany in a much-desolated condition she was then restored by Martin Yachts in southern Germany. A lot of structural parts have been replaced and built new. After her major refit, which gave her a brand new and beautiful look, Anitra was brought to Flensburg where she took part in several regattas around the fjord and the Danish south sea, as well as World- and European championships. Her interior design is high end and Anitra is not only a good boat to sail regattas but also appropriate for cruising trips. She comes fully equipped, so that going on holiday or on long deliveries for races is not a problem at all.
EURO 1.350.000,00
18258
Reference 18258
Builder Abeking & Rasmussen
Year 1928
Type 12mR Second Ruler
Design Starling Burgess
L.o.d.
L.o.a. 21.10 m
Beam 3.75 m
Draft 2.58 m
Accommodation Fully equipped interior. High end mahogany finish with everything one needs for longer cruising trips.
Engine
Flag Germany
Location Flensburg, Germany
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