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IVANHOE

Year1910 May
International RuleFirst Rule
Current Statusbroken up?
DesignerG.A. Heal
BuilderSummers & Payne (Southampton)
Length Overall15.24 m. (not homogeneous measurement)
Waterline12.13 m.
Beam3.35 m.
Sail Area248 sq.m.
Original OwnerAlexander Treuberg
Original NameIVANHOE
Original CountryRU
Original HomeportPetrograd
Owner Details & History

Built according to the International First Rule.

1910 - 1919 Alexander Treuberg - name: Ivanhoe - home port: Petrograd (Russia).

1920 registered in Lloyd's Register as "formerly Int. Rating Class 12 Metres".

1918 - 1919 It is said that she was bought by the Finnish A. Nordfors.

1921 - 1923 E. Lorch - home port: Helsingfors (Finland).

1924 - 1930 J. Dalitz - home port: Riga (Latvia).

1931 Disappeared from the Lloyd's Register. 1934 K. Grauer - home port: Riga (Latvia). The rig was altered in a wishbone ketch.

1950 - ? According to rumours, she has been in Italy, modified with an enormous engine and without furniture in her interior. New name Alborella. Her reck is abandoned on a shore north to Anzio (Italy).


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