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International RuleSecond Rule
Current Locationunknown
DesignerJohan Anker
BuilderAnker & Jensen
Length Overall20.88 m.
Waterline12.98 m.
Beam3.73 m.
Draught2.26 m.
Sail Area201 sq.m. - 161 sq.m. (1950)
Original OwnerThomas Olsen
Original NameFIGARO IV
Other NamesArrow (1937) - Sylvana (1951) Solveig II (1953)
Original CountryNO
Original HomeportOslo
Original Sail NumberN 6
Owner Details & History

Built according to the International Second Rule

1924 - 1936 Thomas Olsen - name: FIGARO IV - home port: Oslo - rig: Bermudan cutter - she was said to be the sister ship of Noresca in 1933 she entered the KNS Jubileums Regatta in Hanko and won one first, two seconds and one third

1937 - 1948 A.B. Owesen - new name: ARROW - rig: Bermudan sloop

1949 - 1950 ?? - rig: converted to auxiliary yawl (1950)

1951 - 1952 Mrs. Elise Blich - new name: SYLVANA

1953 - 1959 Borge G. Jorgensen - new name: SOLVEIG II - home port: Copenhagen

1960 - 1963 Poul Cadovius - home port: Aarhus and Copenhagen

1964 Klaus Baess - home port: Aarhus (Danemark)

1965 disappeared from the Lloyd's Register

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