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Year1928 May
Current Sail NumberUS 5
International RuleSecond Rule
Current Statussailing in perfect conditions
Current LocationFlensburg
Current CountryDE
DesignerBurgess, Rigg & Morgan Ltd.
BuilderAbeking & Rasmussen
Length Overall21.09 m.
Waterline13.03 m.
Beam3.87 m.
Draught2.58 m.
Sail Area183 sq.m.
Constructionwood on steel frames
Original OwnerCharles L. Harding
Original NameANITRA
Original CountryUS
Original HomeportBoston, MA
Original Sail NumberUS 5
Owner Details & History

Built according to International Second Rule

She is the fifth of the six Twelve Metres designed by Burgess for American owners and built by Abeking & Rasmussen Hulls were the same but deck layout, interior arrengements and rigs varied among the six yachts.

1928 - 1942 Charles L. Harding, a prominent Boston businessman who lived in Marblehead - name: ANITRA - home port: Boston - rig: bermudan sloop - engine installed in

1934 Anitra entered every year in the class races; the best year was the 1931 when she was first in class with 3 firsts and 1 third out of 6 starts; in 1934, she was second to Iris, the only other competitor.

1946 - 1951 Maurice O. Guerin - home port: Boston and Newport, RI - re-powered 1946 In 1949 she won the King's Cup (New York Yacht Club)

1952 River Mills Corp. - re-powered

1952 1952 - 1954 Max Meyer - home port: Boston and Tiverton

1955 - 1956 Frank H. Walker - home port: North Weymouth, MA

1957 - 1959 George D Haskell - home port: Marblehead, MA - rig converted in 1958 to auxiliary yawl, sail area: 154 sq.m.

1960 - 1963 S. Davis Robins - home port: Oyster Bay, NY - re-powered 1963

1964 - 1965 Joseph S. Montgomery 1966 - 1967 Baxter R. Still, Jr - home port: Miami, FL

1968 - 1975 Robert S. Lint - re-powered 1968

1976 disappeared off records

1994 - 1995 Rob and Devon Anderson - homeport: Alameda, CA

1995 - 2001 Robert D. Manning - home port: Odessa, Texas

2001 Apr. - 2003 Yacht Anitra, LLC (McMillen Yachts Inc & Charles Parrish, Mgr.) - home port: Newport, RI

Since 2003 Jan. Rudiger Stihl and Josef Martin - location: Martin Yacht ubd Bootwerft, Radolfzell (Germany). The restoration of the yacht took place from 2003 to 2006. She has been re-launched in spring 2008. Home port: Flensburg (Germany).

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