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Si Si Si, G ????
à jour au: 2020
1983 Plan Judel-Vrolijk, built by Baltic Yacht,
L.O.A.19,14m D.W.L.15.30m Beam 5.19m Draft 3.26m Displacement 21,000 kg Ballast 10,800 kg


From Baltic website 2020: "BALTIC 63 SISISI: This boat was built alongside the Baltic 63 Saudade as a sistership. With the design and specification virtually identical considerable efficiencies could be made in terms of build time and construction techniques. The two yachts were conceived as racing yachts to compete under the IOR Maxi Class rule of the time. Unfortunately, the minimum size limit was lifted to 80ft shortly after the yachts were launched! Both yachts raced successfully under the IOR (International Offshore Rule) handicap mainly in offshore competition throughout Europe. The SiSiSi/Saudade project was our first major involvement with naval architects judel/vrolijk and the yachts, with their narrow sterns and wide maximum beam, typified IOR shapes of the time."

Schlussel von Bremen, G
2 septembre,
WHITBREAD Race: 19e/23 elapsed time 167d19h, rating IOR: 47',
Rolf Renken, Ham Müeller-Röhlok, Jochen Orgelmann,Wilhelm-Otto Beck & Peter Weidner
1e étape, Solent-Punta Del Este: ?e/23 elapsed time
Octobre "Bateaux",

28 octobre, 2e étape, Punta Del Este-Freemantle: ?e/23 en ?' réel à ?
23 décembre, 3e étape, Freemantle-Auckland: ?e/23 en ?' réel à ?

1990 4 février, 4e étape, Auckland-Punta Del Este: ?e/23 en ?
17 mars, 5e étape, Punta Del Este-Fort Lauderdale: 19e/22 en 28j02h43'
5 mai, 6e étape, Fort Lauderdale-Southampton: ?e/22 en ?' réel,
Photo extraite du livre "Un Sprint Autours du Monde " de G Martin Raget

1992 February "Yachting",

March "Yachting World",

1994 April "Yachting World",

199? During a refit barge and boat was burned

Bateau détruit - Burnt

2014 From Sailing Anarchy Forum: "The Yacht Schlüssel von Bremen got sold by the Yacht Club Segelkameradschaft das Wappen von Bremen to a group of Owners from Kaunas in Lithuania. The Yacht stayed for a couple of years in the Marina of Klaipeda (formerly Memel/East Prussian) and raced in the Baltic Sea, in Danmark and Sweden. After a year of Ownership the new Owners decided for a general refit. The Yacht got put into a barge with a roof and got shipped up to Kaunas. Through a defect with the heating during the refit in the mid/end 90ies the whole barge including the precious cargo burnt down and was lost forever."