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GURI

Year1938
International RuleThird Rule others
Current Statussailing
Current LocationOslo
Current CountryNO
DesignerSkalurens Skybsbygg
BuilderSkalurens Skybsbygg
Length Overall17.00 m.
Waterline12.19 m.
Beam3.84 m.
Draught2.44 m.
Sail Area127 sq.m.
Construction
Original OwnerC.K. Wiese
Original NameGURI
Original CountryNO
Original HomeportBergen
Original Sail NumberN 2
Owner Details & History

Built according to the 12m International Third Rule. She is a double ender (spissgatter). In 1912 a special committee appointed by KNS (Royal Norwegian Yacht Club) - whose membres were Johan Anker, Christian Jensen and Halvdan Hansen - decided to rate Raak and Ull II according to the International First Rule and a " E " number in their sail was given. After WW I a similar decision was taken for Mars (now Skoiern) and Liv (now Lady). Guri fall down in the same rule although launched in 1938.

1938 - 1950 C.K. Wiese - name: Guri - home port: Bergen (Norway)- rig: Bermudan yawl.

1951 - 1960 Odd Nielsen - home port: Oslo (Norway). In 1952 petrol 4 cyl. Morris engine was installed - R.O.R.C. rating: 35'55ft (1952), 32'73ft (1954).

1961 - ? Sten Tornquist.

1963 Disappeared from the Lloyd's Register.

Present: Hegnar Trygve?


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