Aida

A competitor at the 1936 Kiel Olympic Games for Argentina and at the 1948 Torquay Olympic Games for Denmark.

Previous names (and sail numbers) include ‘Viking'(A11), ‘Rani 2’ (N62) and ‘Morena’ (D59)

One of the fastest German 6-Metres over the last decade(2006-2016), extraordinarily fast in light and moderate air.

Restored in 2003/04 and regularly/yearly maintained at Janssen & Renkhoff  Yachtbau, Kappeln.

Racing Achievements

2nd at the European Championships in Flensburg, 2005

9th at the Worlds in Cowes, 2007

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