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International RuleSecond Rule
Current Statusbroken up?
Current Locationunknown
Current Countryunknown
DesignerJohan Anker
BuilderAnker & Jensen
Length Overall20.12 m.
Waterline12.95 m.
Beam3.45 m.
Draught2.57 m.
Sail Area242 sq.m. - 198 sq.m. (1926)
Constructionwood on steel frames
Original OwnerOlaf Orvig
Original NameHEIRA II
Other NamesNanette II (1926) - Mariella (1930) - Tove Lilian (1931) - Barcarolla (1935)
Original CountryNO
Original HomeportBergen
Owner Details & History

Built according to the International Second Rule

1919 - 1923 Olaf Orvig - name: HEIRA II - home port: Bergen Winner of the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp in the Second Int. Rule Class, no other entries except Heira II

1924 - 1925 W.M.M. Curtis - home port: Dublin From 1925 registered in Lloyd's Register as "formerly Int. Rating Class 12 Metre"

1926 - 1928 Percy B. Abrahams - new name: NANETTE II - home port: London

1929 Lt. Col. Vivian Gabriel

1930 Cyril Wright and Cecil Dormer - new name: MARIELLA Both owners were partners in several yachts at different times from the 15 Metre The Lady Anne to several 6 Metres. - Cecil Dormer was named also Rhodes after his famous ancestor

1931 - 1934 Consul Hans Borge - new name: TOVE LILIAN - home port: Tonsberg (Norway) In 1933 she took part (with no result) to the KNS Jubileum Regatta in Hanko

1935 - 1949 S. Belaieff - new name: BARCAROLLA - home port: Wiborg (Finlandia) - engine installed 1936

1950 disappeared from Lloyd's Register

2005 Rumors say that she should be lying in Amsterdam converted in a house boat. No official confirmation concerning this news.

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