Atena

Finished 2nd in the 1957 Round Gotland Baltic Race.  Competed in the same race 1955, 1966, 1971, 1972 and 1973.

Re-entered the Classic Baltic Race in 2008, DNF.

Winner Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Baltic Classic Master Cup, Helsinki, 2012.

“Atena was built at the very famous Schelin yard in Kungsör Sweden (a book has been published about the yard which is still in operation)  and she was designed by her first owner Paul Rönnqvist. He, and later his son, owned Atena for about 15 years. After that she had four different owners until acquired by her present owner ten years ago(2016)  She has been maintained by a yard and and a section  of the two top planks next to the port shroud plates were replaced four years ago. Other than that she is structurally and cosmetically in great shape”. Olle Appelberg

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