The boat is named after the Endrick river in Scotland, where the first owner lived.   She has always had this name but has been moored on Lake Geneva since 1913, at the Société Nautique de Genève (SNG).
She participated twice in the Brest event in 1992 and 1996.

Since the mast fell down after a regatta some 35 years ago, it was chosen to install a 6mJI mast in order to sail her more easily on the Lake and to allow her to participate to the regular 6mJI regattas.

Information courtesy of Evelyn Tajetti


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