I couldn’t help having a little nose around this morning as I found myself in Porto Santo Stefano. The Spanish fort overlooks the old port and the picturesque bay where the cream of the Mediterranean classic scene flock once a year in June for the Argentario Sailing Week, part of the Panerai Classic Yacht Circuit. If you […]
The Urgency – An Historic Yacht In Peril On the tenth of January 2017 the Albert Strange Association (ASA) received notice that “The new Port Manager wants all ‘dead wood’ out.”, and that includes Tally Ho. By 13th February 2017. Fortunately with huge help from our relatively local ASA member Pat Kellis and with appropriate […]
Chubasco, the S&S bermudan yawl from 1939 is undergoing a refit before a planned Transpac in July this year.
Svea, the lost Tore Holm J-Class design from 1937 has recently been launched at Vitters Shipyard in Holland and is preparing to be shipped down to Palma de Mallorca for some race training. She will then make her high profile debut at the J-Class events running alongside the America’s Cup regatta in Bermuda in June.
‘Azais’, a 1933 6-Metre designed by Francois Camatte is being restored by the “petit fils de L’architecte Naval François Camatte”. More at www.françoiscamatte.fr