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Geronimo, KZ 4077
à jour au: 2017
1983 Plan Farr, Design # 136, built from the same mould at Cookson Boatbuilders, utilising a PVC core and some kevlar. (sister ship de "Pacific Sundance" et "Exador")

Dossier plus complet sur le site "RB Sailing blog"
Complete file on "RB Sailing blog"

1983 NZ Southern Cross Cup trials: 2e/?, Owen CHANTALOUP
Southern Cross Cup: 7 - 9 - 2 - 13 - Sydney-Hobart: 13 = 2e/27 ttc, ?, Team NZ: 1er/9, Sydney-Hobart Race: 8e/169ttc
Including 26 décembre, Sydney-Hobart: 6e/173, elapsed time 3d18h02', TCF 8076,
Picture from One Ton Class Facebook 2016,



Picture from "RB Sailing blog"

1984 NZ inter-club relay regatta.
Sold to US owner, painted in red and re named:

Total Eclipse, US 33990
From Internet, One Ton Class Facebook 2014 anchored at Newport:


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SORC: 3e/18 Classe 5, G. BUERMAN
Avril "Course au Large":

May "L'Année Bateaux"

Southern Ocean Racing Confer: 3e/?? Overall

1986 SORC: 8e/17 Classe 5

Pictures from "RB Sailing blog"

2000 She was re-fitted for cruising getting a cherry and white interior and a new fin keel.

1999 Mackinac Race: ?e/??

2000 Mackinac Race: ?e/??

2009 MacMan Race: ?e/?? and first in her clas
In shipyar yo get dawl-gripp light destroyer grey, her bottom epoxied, and the keel reconfigured to wing type to reduce draft. Her wing keel is lead with stainless steel keel bolts.
Aurora Borealis,

2015 Picture from One Ton Class Facebook:

2017 May, from One Ton Class Facebook: "Geronimo is back. Farr 40' #136. Modified for cruising. For sale. Currently in Lake Huron. This is the boat that Ken Read sailed to a 3rd place in 1985 SORC. Needs some work. Help bring her back to her former glory. Pacific Sundance - your sister is back to bug you!"






July, For Sale, In 1985, renamed Total Eclipse, she placed 3rd overall in SORC skippered by none other than Ken Read, the year he won yachtsman of the year.
She was re-fitted for cruising in year 2000 getting a cherry and white interior and a new fin keel. She competed in the Mackinac Race in 1999&2000 and was first in her class in the 2009 MacMan.
PHRF 69; Aurora Borealis was built in 1984 by Cookson Boats LTD in Auckland, New Zealand. The company is one of the most famous builders in New Zealand and has built American Cup boats along with numerous Farr designs. The hull and deck are foam-cored fiberglass and Kevlar. She was awl-gripped light destroyer grey, her bottom epoxied, and the keel reconfigured to wing type to reduce draft in 2009. Her wing keel is lead with stainless steel keel bolts. Th The last 10 years have been exclusively freshwater. Can$  30,000 (US$ 23,979), Located In: Sault Ste. Marie, ON