Built for Enrique Salzman she has since been owned by Fabio Faria Soto (1950`s), Peter Reeves (1960`s and 70`s), Domingos Perdigão and currently(2018), Ricardo Carvalho.


Executed according to the original plans provided by “Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering” and started in early 2009.

Carried out by the Naval Carpenter AldenirCarlos Neves Costa and Technical Supervisor Gunther Muller & Marcio Richer.

The main work consisted of recovering the original sheer line, bow and stern. This included original hull plank replacement with double “Louro Vermelho” wood plank glued with epoxy and screwed with silicon bronze screws.

Cangrejo was ready for her new lease of life by August, 2011.

Cangrejo at the 42nd Ilhabela Sailing Week in 2015.


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