10mR William Fife III 1926/2015

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For his third 10mR, and fourth RITA, King Christian X commissioned this beautiful design from Scotland's William Fife III for building by English ship and boat builders John I. Thornycroft & Co. Could the International Rule 10-Metre be the most perfect of all the Metric classes? 58 ft/ 18 m of overall length is enough to wow - if RITA IV doesn't already do that by looks - yet handy enough to sail and race with family and friends. And RITA IV brings that extra dimension of being a William Fife design, and, what's more, a former Royal Yacht. Rescued from oblivion by a passionate syndicate of died-in-the-wool yacht racing aficionados and superbly restored at David Viera and Miguel Ministro's Absolute Yachts, the result is structurally sound, fair, fast, and a true delight to the eye - in fact the definition of 'Fast and Bonnie'.
EURO 725.000,00
18265
Reference 18265
Builder Thornycroft Scandinavia A/S, Copenhagen
Year 1926
Type international Second Rule 10mR
Design William Fife III
L.o.d. 17.65 m
L.o.a. 17.65 m
Beam 3.30 m
Draft 2.22 m
Accommodation - 4 sleeps in total - Long "Concordia" style settee berths in saloon. - Two bunks on each side in forepeak. - Refridgegerator and Dometic 'Origo Two' gimballed 2 x burner spirit hob in galley. - - Dometic macerator electric toilet to starboardfwd to WC compartment.
Engine Yanmar 4JH4-TE 75hp Diesel
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Location Switzerland
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