Whitbread: Sommaire - Liste Alphabétique
FROM "THE DAILY SAIL.COM" 2014, extract:
Where are they now?
Help us locate Whitbread boats of the past...
Sayula 2 (winner) - Swan 65 Fine story. Still owned by Ramon Carlin and cruised around Mexico
Adventure - Nicholson 55 from 'Longy' 14/7/10: "...seen out in Hawaii mid 1980s, owned by Arapoff. Might still be out there. New name, don't remember." From Ben Peter (23/7/10): Was used as a joint Service training vessel sailing from HMS Dolphin in the late 90s. From John Spottiswood 10/8/10: Adventurer was given by the JSSC to the Russian Navy a few year back I understand
Grand Louis - 60ft staysail schoner
Guia - Georgio Falck 45ft sloop From Andrew Troup (2/10/12): This was the first of a succession of at least four owned by Italian steel magnate Giorgio Falck. Guia (the original Sparkman and Stephens RTW boat) is in good condition, as shown here. She has been racing under the same ownership since 1998 on the Med Classic circuit, and is currently listed for sale. Guia III did not make it to a Whitbread, having sunk mid-Atlantic after being hit by multiple whales while being skippered in a race by an erstwhile acquaintance of mine, Jérôme Poncet, who told the amusing anecdote of waking to a boat chock full of Italians stampeding to and fro, shouting "Balena, Balena !!!"
Kriter - Auzepy-Brenneur 68 Spent 17 years unloved and untouched in Newport, RI before returning to French ownership and a full restoration program.
Great Britain II - 77ft Alan Gurney design. Competed in first five Whitbreads: 1981 United Friendly, 1985 Norsk Data GB, 1989 With Integrity. John Burnie writes (11/7/10): Saw this yacht in Horta in June this year as we passed through. She is now in private ownership and called Whitbread Heritage. Read more about her here. From Mark Watkins (15/7/10): I was in fact on Whitbread Heritage (formerly GBII) on the delivery trip from Antigua to Lymington via Horta back in May / June. The boat has been in private ownership for many years now, the current owner having had it for approximately 12 years. She spent Xmas in the Canaries then went over to the Caribbean in January until May. She’ll be in the Solent for the next few months (Cowes I think) & will be doing corporate hospitality for Cowes Week this year. I think the plan is to then head out to the Med for the Winter & beyond that I’m not sure!
Second Life - Roddie Ainslie's Ocean 71 Roddy Ainslie writes: "Second life was used as a sort of poor mans charter boat for a year or two after the 73-74 race then finally sold to an American who spent a fair amount on the interior, some new sails etc and then the new owner cruised her around the Med for a while. She was later seen moored in Chesaspeake Bay. The next time I heard of her was some years later, it was rumoured that she had been sold by the American Government having been caught drug running. Then about five years ago I understand she sank in the Caribbean having taken on a lot of water very suddenly, Fortunately no one was hurt."
British Soldier (ex British Steel) 59ft
CS & RB - 50ft ketch
Tauranga. Swan 55 From Phil Aikenhead (13/7/10) owned by Don Wood and named Gandalf Wight Sourcer. Sold a few years ago not sure to whom but Don would know
Copernicus - 45ft ketch Marek 'Goly' Galkiewicz (Mateusz Kusznierewicz Star Olympic campaign preparator) writes (13/7/10): She is still sailable, still owned by the same Yacht Klub Stal in Gdynia, Poland. She is in pretty good shape, not much modified from the original, and in the storage we have even sails from Whitbread! Now, working as a charter boat, sail every year on the Nord Sea and Baltic - being our most occupied boat for both club and charter trips. I've already talk with my clubmates to go to Alicante next year!
33 Export - Andre Mauric 60 ketch
Otago - 55ft steel ketch From Marek Slodownik, H2O Magazine, Poland (14/7/10): She was lost in Bjoernoeya Island (Svalbard Archipelago) in August 1976
Peter von Danzig - 55ft steel yawl 13/7/10 rechristened Peter von Seestermühe, owned by Christoph von Reibnitz.
Pen Duick VI - Eric Tabarly's André Mauric 73ft Later Euromarché. Now charters
Burton Cutter - John Sharp 80 From Matt Jess (14/7/10). Kriter 2, ESP - private owner - Mallorca.
Jakaranda - Swan 56
Concorde - Auzepy-Brenner 32
Pen Duick III -17.45m schooner Owned by the Tabarly family and operated via www.club-penduick.com
Flyer 1 - S&S 65, from Dave Cort 13/7/10: is now Alaska Eagle at Orange Coast College in Newport Beach California, USA. Used heavily for ocean crossing training runs, and as escort boat for the Transpac Race. More here. 11/8/14: From Luuk le Clercq - Currently being restored...http://www.flyer-one.nl/en/
King’s Legend - Swan 65 In 1999 bought by Gijs van Liebergen and now available for charter/regattas. In 2010 she is based in the Malta/Sicily area.
Traité de Rome -
Swan 51 S&S
Peter Schell writes 27/10/10: ...is in Belgium at the BRYC in Brussels. She
is still owned by the same association "sail for europe" as was
the case in 78.
Disque d’Or - Pierre Fehlmann Swan 65
Picture from the book "Un Sprint Autours du Monde", G. Martin-Raget 1990,
ADC Accutrac, Clare Francis Swan 65
Gauloises II - 57ft ex Pen Duick III
Adventure - Nicholson 55
Neptune - 59ft Mauric sloop John Burnie writes (11/7/10) Alive and well as Jupiter in Guadeloupe – owned by syndicate, headed by Phillipe Charre based in Pointe a Pitre. Yacht regularly races in local Triskell Cup Series and Round Guadeloupe Race. The vessel even has some of our old Swan spinnakers on board!
B&B Italia - Alan Gurney 54
Picture from the book "L'Année Bateaux 1977-78",
33 Export - Andre Mauric 60
Tielsa, Dirk Nauta - Johan Elsenga 63 From Michael van Vuuren (21/7/10): s now owned by Dick Ton. Currently on a trip around the world.
Picture from the book "L'Année Bateaux 1977-78",
Great Britain II - see 1973/4 race
Debenhams - John Ridgeway's Bowman 57
Picture from the book "L'Année Bateaux 1977-78",
Japy-Hermes - McCurdy & Rhodes 65 From Monte Clark, Stevensville, Montana 12/1/11: I owned this boat from around 1999 to 2001. I found her in Sausalito California. A Frenchman had purchased her at a government auction I believe. She had been confiscated by the US government for running drugs is how the story goes. I am not positive about this information. The Frenchman had been living on her for some years in Sausalito. After he died, the family put the boat up for sale. I saw it and purchased it. I had the boat brought up the coast to Seattle Washington. I worked on it a bit there and sailed it very little. I sold it to a Californian who I assume brought it back to California. Not sure of its current location. I have attached two digital files. If you or anyone else is interested I have more pictures of her that I can scan and send. I am so glad you are helping to track down these beautiful pieces of history. Back when boats were beautiful.
Picture from the book "L'Année Bateaux 1977-78",
Heath’s Condor - 79ft John Sharp design From Andrew Troup (2/10/12): Heath's Condor was renamed Condor of Bermuda (ref wikipedia entry under this name) and later had a cabin added, effectively becoming a cruising/charter yacht. Last seen in 2009 in Thailand.
1981-2, 28 boats,
Flyer 2 - Frers 76 sloop Nigel King writes (19/7/10): I was aboard her in Grenada in 1989 – 90 prior to her going through the Panama Canal, last I heard she was crushed in an accident in a lock and written off be insurers, don’t know what happened after that or even if that is totally correct information but that was the talk around that time. Matt Jess adds (20/7/10)....it appears that she lives on and there is a link to some photos of her taken in Marmaris last year. 16/10/12, Richard Bryson writes: Flyer 2 was rebuilt at Derecktors in NY in 1991 or 92, transom revised, lots of new interior, electric winches etc. I worked there at the time
Charles Heidsieck III - 66ft Vaton design
Kriter IX- Andre Viant's Frers 62
Disque D'Or 3 - Farr 58 (later made more famous as Tracy Edwards' Maiden). Sam Davies (6/7/2010): I saw her in the Seychelles (Eden Island Marina) last Month...... From reader (13/7/10): 1981/82 I sailed Disq d'Or 3 badged as Prestige Krost in the Lisbon to Cape Town Bartolomeu. From Jon Rabey, MD, RiskRecycling Asia/Pacific (24/8/11): "I raced on Maiden during 2000 Tall Ships. She was then owned by Terry Neilsen. I have lost contact with both the boat, and Terry since eearly 2000’s but would love to find out where they are now , indeed if Terry still owns her!"From Jonathan Gill (8/1/13): I spotted a wreck of a yacht with the word MAIDEN written on it at the Eden Island Marina in the Seychelles last week. The hull is painted grey but you can see Royal Blue livery below. I’m no racing yacht expert but the hull seems to be the right size and with two large wheels and twin wrenches for lifting sails appears to have a racing heritage. Also has Welsh Education Department sicker on hull suggesting it has UK origin and has been used in some form of education. Sadly didn’t take a photo... 11/8/14: Tracy Edwards is trying to raise money to restore the yacht. Now in a marina in the Seychelles. http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/maiden-rescue
Outward Bound - Davidson 50 11/8/14: In a shed in Tauranga, NZ.
Xargo III - Swan 65. From John Burnie (13/7/10): This yacht originally owned by Padda Kuttel from South Africa was sold and is now called Nittan. Padda then went on to build and enter Atlalntic Privateer (called Portotan for the first leg to CapeTown) Some history here as Tracy Edwards was crew on this second yacht and Paul Stanbridge was the bow on both yachts. Also David Bongers (owner of the original offshore heros) was Captain on both Xargo and Atlantic Privateer - he is still about today as Captain on well known Swan 65 Desperado.
Mor Bihan - Joubert Nivelt 46 From Dominic de Valera (26/8/11): I saw Morbihan in the marina on Gran Canaria back in 2004 looking a tad unloved and careworn.
Berge Viking - Swan 57 From Matt Jess (20/7/10): Was run as a sail training boat in Norway after the race. Subsequently she was bought by Morten Bergesen, who was CEO of the company that sponsored her in the race.
Alaska Eagle see Flyer from the previous race
Euromarché ex-Pen Duick VI - see 1973/4 race
Ceramco New Zealand 68ft Farr design From 'Longy' (13/7/10) sold to Newport Bch, CA, became Winterhawk. Was homeported there for 10-12 yrs then sold to Gulf of Mexico area? From Matt Jess: Now owned by Dianne Masters. 11/8/14: In Trinidad, at Peakes
Skopbank of Finland - Baltic 51
Rollygo - Frers 51 Believed to be in Rapallo, Italy. From Alessandro del Carlo 14/1/2011 is in Porto Lotti, La Spezia and still takes part to some regattas like Trofeo Pirelli, and centovele
Traité de Rome -
Croky - Marcel Vankeirs- Bilck 55;
FCF Challenger - Ocean 80. Became Creighton's Naturally in 1989-90 race. Abandoned in 2000 while on a delivery. Apparently salvaged.
United Friendly ex Great Britain II - see 1973-4 race
Walross III Berlin - Swan 55 no013. From Neil Paterson (14/7/10): Originally Jan Pott until the mid-1970s when she became Walross III. Vaguely remember her competing in the DaimlerChrysler North Atlantic Challenge 2003. She is now based in Medemblik, Netherlands and sails as Luchtlooper III.
Licor 43 - Bazan 59 sloop Now called "Laisve" and based in Lithuania www.laisvojijura.lt/
Ilgagomma - Alex Carosso 50
European University Belgium - Frers 46
Picture from "Sport Magazine" 22 mai 1982 via Facebook 2020,
Gauloises III - 62ft Ron Holland sloop Spotted by Liz Rushell in Sardinia August 2010.
Save Venice - Scattalin 64
Swedish Entry - Norlin 18.50m
Vivanapoli - 57ft
33 Export - Briand 58
La Barca Laboratorio - Giorgetti/Magrini 65 From Giovanni Ceccareli: I saw the Barca Laboratorio, only the hull and deck, years ago in Cantiere Orioli in Marina di Ravenna, Ravenna, Italy .
Scandinvian - Swan 57
1985-6, 15 boats,
D'Equipe - Briand 58 Ex: 33 Export, later L'Esprit
Philips Innovator - Judel-Vrolijk 63 From Matt Jess: subsequently Equity & Law 2 (in 1989-90 race) Recently for sale through Broadwater Marine and located in North East USA.
Fazer Finland - Swan 651 From Matt Jess (20/7/10): was converted to a luxury cruiser in 1989, is now called Lady Godiva 3, located in San Diego and for sale.
UBS Switzerland - Farr 80 Became Belmont Finland 2 for 1989-90 race
Rucanor Tristar - Ribadeau-Dumas 58 From Matt Jess (14/7/10): Subsequently Rucanor Sport (in 1989 race). 1991 to present - Tomidi.
Fortuna Lights - Visser 62 From Jeanne Renée Hadem (22/10/11): ...is still alive and sailing as training and charterboat of the Base Naútica de la Mar Bella in Barcelona. I did a complete refit in winter 2008/2009, new rig in 2009. The interior design is still the original. She is now called Siesta (her original name) and her homeport is Port Olimpic, Barcelona. We sail her sometimes with the original Spi from 85/86.....(by light winds only cause the spi with the big letters Fortuna light is now nearly transparent...)
Lion New Zealand - Ron Holland 78 Charters out of Auckland.
Drum - Simon le Bon's 78ft Ron Holland design Still owned by Sir Arnold Clark and kept on the Clyde.
Equity & Law - Baltic 55 From Paul Scarano and Victoria Godden (15/7/10): "We are the present owners of S/V Outlaw which was formerly Equity & Law that raced the Whitbread with a Dutch team in 1985-1986. We bought the boat in 1997, refitted and refurbed her at the family boatyard in Albany NY. We have just retired from the daysail charter business in St John, USVI as a Coast Guard certified vessel for 12 passengers. Outlaw is presently for sale and located at Scarano Boats, Albany, N.Y.
1986 Avril "Bateaux",
Côtes D'Or - Eric Tabarly 83ft Joubert-Nivelt Since renamed Yorgo and 'for sale 'in the Caribbean.
Shadow of Switzerland - Swan 51
Norsk Data - Ex-Great Britain 2 (see 1973-4 race)
SAS Baia Viking - Elvstrom/Kjaerulff 49 From Henrik Riborg (19/2/14): SAS Baia Viking's hull is ts standing on land at the Skipper Jesper Norsk's house in Humlebæk, Denmark
Atlantic Privateer - Farr 80 Perhaps appropriately, was nabbed in 2009 for being used to smuggle hashish. Full story here 24 Nov 11: Hello, I know where is the yacht Atlantic Privateer 85-86. I am the owner and wants to sell it cheaply (same hull). Email: email@example.com
NZI Enterprise - Ron Holland 78 Subsequently Gatorade in 1989-90 race. From Casopis Morsko Prase (27/8/11): ACY N01 is now in Croatia, in Split, out of water and it doesn't seem that it will go back to water. Last race he did was Quebec- St. Malo in 1992. 11/8/14: In Split, Croatia - has been on the hard in a shipyard for quite some time.
1989-90, 23 boats,
Steinlager 2 - Peter Blake's Farr maxi ketch (winner) 84ft Sold to Giorgio Falck and renamed Safilo. Was owned by the Blue Water Academy - more here. But wait, photographer Juerg Kaufmann writes: "Steinlager II is owned by a good friend. He is planning to bring her back to New Zealand. His name is Stefan Detjen living in Lugano. He is very supportive for almost any kind of activities with the boat. There is an important point to consider: the boat is back in his original shape all back to original. After he took here over by the Italians. Stefan Detjen of Big Red Challenge writes: "All correct with Jürg’s information. Blue Water don’t owe any of the boats listed (Steinlager, Amer Sport One). Steinlager 2 will do ARC 2010 and then heading to NZL. We just made a 3000 mile delivery in three weeks from Baltic Sea to Med (Trapani, Sicily) without problems or any damage. From August 1 –10 Steinlager will do a charter from Tunis to Istanbul (5 countries in 10 days). Still sailing strong..." 25/10/10: Currently taking part in Rolex Middle Sea Race. 30/8/11 From Guy Mayger: Saw her in Napoli last week whilst we were on a cruise ship holiday tour of the Med (don't ask!)...seeing Big Red and being cheeky enough to ask whether we could take a look onboard. Delivery crew were very welcoming and my two sons thought it was great. From Mariano Capdevila (6/9/11): ...at this moment is taking part… and leading the Columbus Regatta, from Palos (Huelva) in the south of Spain to La Gomera Island (Canary Islands). The boat entries with the sponsor’s name: TOYOTA NIPONUBA. From Bruno Cardile (9/1/14) Steinlager 2 returned home to Auckland on 5 May 2012, where she has been bequeathed to the Peter Blake Foundation which has carried out a refit of the boat.
Fisher & Paykel – Grant Dalton's Farr maxi ketch 82ft From John Burnie (13/7/10): ...was in Antigua some 18 months ago at the same time as Steinlager. Both yachts were available for charter and failed to sell for Antigua sailing week. What a missed opportunity for a wonderful re-run of these two yachts head to head... From Matt Jess (14/7/10): ESP - Publiespana,Challenge 93, Lanzarote corporate charter. Was for sale through Bach Yachting - owner has sponsorship for 2010 season. From Bernhard Eberstadt (3/9/11): ...was renovated and is around on the Canary Islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura available for charter. Saw her from my house the other day - what a sight!
Merit – Farr maxi sloop 80ft Converted to a ketch. According to 'Ihatesailing' has "been sitting in in Trapsa Marina, Palma de Mallorca for the last 4 years. She never moves."
Rothmans – Humphreys maxi sloop 80ft From Matt Jess: SWE - Very Bright, Europolitan, then Rothmans - www.rothmanssailing.com (but site down).
The Card – Farr maxi ketch 80ft 12/7/10: based up in Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia. 11/8/14: Was wrecked in a storm in Queensland in 2010. Peter Buckley writes (11/8/14): I sailed “The Card” in the 1998 Sydney to Hobart (the windy one!) we covered the yellow hull in blue and called it Nokia.. blew up 6 spinnakers on the first night downhill in 55 knts then we didn’t need them after that anyway! the old ketch was pretty tough old bus making the finish..
Charles Jourdain – Ribadeau-Dumas 72ft sloop Subsequently rebuilt as Ludde Indvall's transat record breaker Nicorette. From Matt Jess: then RX Sight, SWE - Royal Blue. 11/8/14: Still called Royal Blue, owned by Swedes and based in Alicante
Fortuna Extra Lights – Visiers maxi sloop 77ft Modified and enlarge by Lawrie Smith for 1993-4 race. From Matt Jess (14/7/10): Modified as luxury cruiser and racing in Superyacht Cup, Palma 2010.
Gatorade ex-NZI Enterprise (see 1985-6 race).
Union Bank of Finland - Ludde Ingvall's Joubert-Nivel 82ft design BOC/Vendee winner Christophe Auguin had her for charter during 1990s. 2014: last seen in Marseille being used as a floating hotel!
Belmont Finland II - Farr 80 Ex-UBS Switzerland (1985-6 race)
Fazisi – Vlad Murnikov 83ft maxi sloop Now based in the mid-West, USA. Willie Lynch writes: "Fazizi is in Chicago, owned by the Polish Sailing Association, currently getting a mini refit in preperation for this year's Chicago to Mackinac Race." 11/8/14: In Bay End Marine, Brooklyn.
NCB Ireland - Ron Holland sloop 81ft Willie Lynch (13/7/10) along with Martela were or still are charter boats in Bahamas. I worked on NCB while she was in Greece then named Athina. Ben Cooper from Berthon writes: Sold to Caribbean Syndicate through Berthon and used for corporate match racing against Martella. Now for sale and lying ashore in Trinidad. From Matt Jess: Refit by Greg Peck - Rocket Yachts in 2001.
British Satquote Defender – Martin Francis maxi sloop 81ft 12/7/10: based up in Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia.
Liverpool Enterprise - Farr 80 (ex-Atlantic Privateer - see 1985-6 race)
Martela OF - Frers 80 From Marek Slodownik, H2O Magazine, Poland (14/7/10): later Uruguay Natural (Whitberead Race 1993-94), then Maxima (Round Ireland class winner late 1990s). From 1998 or 99 she was Lodka Bols under the Polish flag and used for the promotion of charter company Bols Sport Travel. Gotland Runt (2000) and Sydney to Hobart (2001), later sold to Ireland and make the local record around Ireland. 11/8/14:
In Trinidad, on the hard and for sale
Equity & Law II - Judel-Vroiljk 63 Ex Phillips Innovator (1985-6 race)
L'Esprit De Liberté - Briand 58 Ex L'Esprit d'Equipe (1985-6 race)
Maiden - Farr 58 Ex Disque d'Or (see 1981-2 race). Made famous by Tracy Edwards
Schlussel von Bremen - Judel-Vrolijk 63
La Poste - Beneteau 51
Rucanor Sport - Ribadeau-Dumas 58 Ex-Rucanor Tristar (1985-6 race)
Creightons Naturally - Ocean 80 Ex-FCF Challenger (1981-2 race). Barry Mercer writes 26/9/2010: 'Creightons Naturally on which I completed the 1989 Whitbread is now based in South Africa where she is owned by a dentist apparently.' Barry Mercer updates us 25/10/2010: Now co-owned by a certain Nick Davis. Berthed in the River Gate Marina, Brisbane, Australia prior to re-fit. Extensive plans for future operations - see website "Oceanstory.org." Previously had been docked in Sydney for 2 years.
With Integrity Ex Great Britain II -(1973/4 race)
1993-4, 5 Maxis & 10 WOR 60, (see WOR 60 list):
NZ Endeavour – Farr maxi ketch (winner) 85t From Bill Reilly (13/7/10): listed in Yachting World magazine as 'for sale in Elba'. More here. Mike Watson confirms: "Yes New Zealand Endeavour is for sale in Norway along with La Poste. They were used for corporate entertainment.
Merit Cup – Farr maxi ketch 85ft Destroyed by fire in La Ciotat in 2000 or so
La Poste – Farr maxi ketch 85ft Sold a few months ago - she had been run by the same company which has New Zealand Endeavour. Spotted in Elba 22/10/11 here. From Daniele Casta (30/1/12): She's now involved in social projects with WWF and AIPD (www.aipd.it) Willing to partecipate in Barcolana 2012 with a special crew: 8 people with Down syndrome. Actually filming a documentary on this challenge, began in 2009, They're still finding some sponsors or support.
Urugary Natural - Ex-Martella OF (1989-90 race)
Fortuna – Lawrie Smith's maxi white elephant Modified from 1989/90 race
Yamaha 2 - (Farr W060 winner) Based in Newport Beach, CA
Intrum Justitia – Farr W60 Ian Findlay (13/7/10): is now chartering out of Ocean Village as Blue box Sailing's Whitbread 60 Blueprint.
Galicia 93 Pescanova – Farr W60 From Matt Jess: SWE - EF Racing training boat, ESP - private ownership - last seen in Vigo.
Winston – Brad Butterworth Farr W60 Skippered (in a rash moment) by Alinghi's Brad Butterworth. From Matt Jess: NOR - Kvaerner Racing (training boat), SWE - Nilorn (2003 VBR), VOR management, AUS modified and lengthened out of class. Possibly at Noakes Boatyard. From Dick Dastardly: The boat (as of 12/07/10) is sitting on a mooring off Woolwich in upper Sydney Harbour. Peter Buckley writes (11.8.14): I skippered this in - I think after we stretched it to 80+ feet with a giant fixed sprit and a bigger sugar scoop and 2 mtrs on the boom… delaminated the bow in Bass Straight and retired ..it is still on a mooring in Sydney Harbour untouched since then!!!
Tokio – Farr W60. Ben Cooper writes: "Sold to Spanish Syndicate through Berthon. Used as Charter business. Now in Spain, Barcelona I think." From Matt Jess: "FRA - Corum Meteorite, UK - Scotland corporate, FRA - Private owner. ESP - Sold to a consortium, possibly in Barcelona."
Tokio 2 - Swarbrick W60 Ben Cooper writes: "Was Zest of Belgium. Now back to Tokio 2 and for sale through Berthon in Valencia." Ville Voltti writes (11/8/14): Tokio II is nowadays based in Helsinki, Finland and running a successfull charter business and racing. www.oceanrace60.fi We also take part in offrshore races in the Baltic Sea area.
Brooksfield – Petit-Bouvet W60. From Georgio (14/7/2010): "Brooksfield was owned by Dusan Puh from Slovenia and renamed Veliky Viharnik, lightened and modified to compete in all the North Adriatic Open races." From Rok Poropat (25/8/11): "... is in Slovenia now called Veliki Viharnik and owned by Telekom Slovenia - Mobitel (www.mobitel.si )"
Hetman Sahaidachny – W60 From Matt Jess (14/7/10): ITA - Chica Boba 2000. Last known location - Italy.
Dolphin & Youth - Humphreys W60. From Matt Jess: UK - Sussex Challenge, Silk Cut Racing, various private owners, JPN - various private owners
Heineken - Farr W60 Ex-Yamaha 1. From Matt Jess: USA - US Women's Challenge(1993), NZL - Heineken (1993), UK - Viper, SWE - Swedish Match, Very Bright, DEN - Nokia, Stofanet, vo60.dk, NOR - Pontona Youth, AUT - Cuba Libre, ESP - Cantabria Infinita, SLO - Cuba . Recently sold - was advertised through Bach Yachting.
Odessa – W60 From Matt Jess: in private ownership in Istanbul, Turkey
1997-98, 10 WOR 60, (see WOR 60 list):
EF Language – Paul Cayard,
Farr W60. According to 'DickDastardly' both EF boats are based
in Sydney Harbour. More here
EF Education – Christine Guillou, Farr W60 "
Merit Cup – Grant Dalton, Farr W60 From Nicholas Donnelly 13/7/10: she was upgraded to VO60 rules and used as the training boat for the Tyco campaign in 2001. She was then bought by Windward Sailing on the IOW and renamed Venom. I think they still own her - she is presently (well, was certainly a couple of weeks ago) ashore at Endeavour Quay in Gosport. For sale via Berthon
Swedish Match - Gunnar Krantz, Farr W60. Pierre Charron writes (14/7/10): is now in Québec City under the name of Océan Phénix and is operated by Georges Leblanc who uses it for training seminars.
Innovation Kvaerner - Knut Frostad, Farr W60. From Matt Jess (14/7/10): SWE - Atea, UK -Innovation. Sank circa 2005.
Silk Cut – Lawrie Smith, Farr W60 Bought by SEB as their training boat for the next race. Then sold and renamed Pleomax, based in Sweden and owned by Harm Prins. Michael van Vuuren (20/7/10: She is based in The Netherlands (Vlissingen) and for sale by de Valk.
Chessie Racing – Farr W60 - Now called AAG Big One. Owned by Darko Tomasic and regularly charters around the Caribbean
Toshiba - Farr W60 Located in the Baltic Sea (Warnemünde/Rostock) and owned by Speedsailing.
Brunel Sunergy – W60. From Matt Jess 14/7/10: NED - Was owned by Messink Yachting. Currently for sale through Netherlands Tax and Revenue. From Michael van Vuuren (20/7/10): An shore in Ymuiden- Netherlands, and for sale.
America's Challenge – Andrews W60 Based in Newport Beach, CA. Owned by Dr Neil Barth