Yacht: Ivanhoe

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Originally named ‘Havsornen II’ (Sea Eagle) for the Olympic medallist Sven Salen he proved her to be a fast ocean racer by winning many regattas.

Ivanhoe first came to the Mediterranean in the sixties when she seduced another Olympic medallist, King Constantine of Greece, who skippered her succesfully in a series of races before returning to northern waters.

In 1991 she has been restored in Belliure of Spain and after a further 10 years went on to be refitted at Gweek Quay of Falmouth, UK in 2002/3.

Now (2015) Ivanhoe is coming back to the Mediterranean scene and available for anyone wanting to experience classic sailing.

Designer: Tore Holm
Type of Boat:
Rig: Bermudan Yawl
Year Built: 1938
Built By: Tore Holm, Gamleby, Sweden
LOA m / ft: 21.20m / 60'
LOD m / ft: 16.48m / 54' 10"
LWL m / ft: 14.30m / 46'9"
Beam m / ft: 4.20m / 12' 5"
Draft m / ft: 2.70m / 7' 6"
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Sail Stats Sail Area: 180 sq.m Sail No. E 3131
Construction: Larch / Mahogany with all new frames and a composite construction. She has a solid teak deck.
Displacement: 32 tons.

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