Anne Marie

Owned by Danish Baron Otto Reedtz-Thott, from 1919 who raced her with King Christian X. She had vey early electrical installation which was believed to have been installed in 1919, as mentioned in Lloyds Register.

In 1930, she returned to the UK and was purchased by George Fraser. During WWII, she was believed to have been shot at by the German navy.

In 1956, She was purchased by Don Pedro Mir Puig, who then chnaged her name to ANA MARIA and moved her to Barcelona.

In 1972, Dane Sturgeon of California purchased her and sailed her to America. Her bulwarks are removed and a toerail is added on.

After several owners in America, Robert Lawson purchased her and took her to Victoria, Canada.

She was purchased by her current(4/2017) owner in 2016, who intends to sail her back to the UK to restore her.

Above information courtesy of ‘National Historic Ships UK’.

April, 2017

She attended and raced in the 30th edition of Antigua Classics

 

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