The Swedish architect, Reimers, named this yacht after his daughter Agneta.
She went through the hands of the Fiat mogul, Giovanni Agnelli, from 1956 to 1982 and in 1987 was bought by the Italian designer, Giuseppe Andolina. In 1990 she had a refit at the Cantiere Carlini in Rimini, Italy, where she was taken back to her original rig and the interior was re-designed with eye-catching woods. She is sailed well and always at the top of the classic Mediterranean fleets.
|Designer:||Knud H Reimers|
|Type of Boat:|
|Built By:||B Plymsyard, Stockholm, Sweden|
|LOA m / ft:||25.1m / 82'3"|
|LOD m / ft:||/|
|LWL m / ft:||18.75m / 61'|
|Beam m / ft:||4.42 / 14' 6|
|Draft m / ft:||3.10m / 10' 2|
|Sail Stats||Sail area: 220 sq. m|
|Construction:||A varnished mahogany hull and brown sails make this vessel hard to miss in the Mediterranean regattas. She has considerably light displacement, 'less than a third of that of a usual 18-metre yacht', revolutionary in its day. She also has spruce masts and a teak deck and helm(wheel). Engine: Fiat AIFO 180-ch|
|Displacement: 35.8 tons|