Yacht: Krabat

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Commissioned by Halvdan Hansen, a highly respected Norwegian yachtsman and originally named “Tamara XI”, she was built in secrecy during World War II to be launched in 1946, from Anker & Jensen’s Yard. Always intended to be an offshore cruiser racer, she performed well up to expectation by winning the first Faerderrace.

She was later sold to a Mr Røed, and again to a Mr Heiberg.

Krabat’s previous owners, Mr. and Mrs Jørgensen had sailed her for more than 30 years until a couple of years ago when she was brought to the English South Coast for her present owner(2016).

Information courtesy of Sandeman Yacht Company

Designer: Christian Jensen
Type of Boat:
Rig: Bermudan Sloop
Year Built: 1946
Built By: Anker & Jensen
LOA m / ft: 13.68m / 44'10"
LOD m / ft: 13.68m / 44'10"
LWL m / ft: 9m / 29'6"
Beam m / ft: 3m / 9'10"
Draft m / ft: 2.5m / 8'2"
Yard No:
Sail Stats
Construction: Oregon pine planking on sawn oak frames and steam bent ash ribs
Other:
Displacement: 13 tons

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