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International RuleThird Rule
Current Statusnew
Current LocationFlensburg, Germany
Current CountryDE
Current Conditionnew, launched June 2015
DesignerJohan Anker
Design / Project#Anker / 434
BuilderRobbe & Berking Classics GMBH & Co.
Length Overall21.65 m.
Waterline16.40 m.
Beam3.60 m.
Draught2.64 m.
Sail Area174 sq.m. - sail no. DEN 12
Original OwnerErik Tingleff Larson
Original NameANKER Project 434
Original CountryDE
Owner Details & History

She was the last Twelve Metre designed by Johan Anker in 1939 according to the International Third Rule, but she was never been built due to the war and Anker's death, due to illness (1940).

2010: Erik Tinglev Larsen -  the project has been found at the beginning of the present century by the Robbe & Berking Classics GMBH & Co yard in Flensburg and later bought by the present owner. This project is the first Twelve Metre built after 1987; she has a mahogany varnished hull, teak deck on plywood, ribs alternatly of stainlless steel and ash, bare interiors and a wooden mast.

2015: She has been launched on June 16, 2015, but the ITMA 12 Metre rating certificate has not been issued due to the mast not conforming to the Rule requirements and 3D sails, not compatible with the Rule. 

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