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Windward Passage II, ? 1988
à jour au: 2012
1988 Plan Frers, built by McConaghy Boats, 80'


Comment from Facebook 2021: "What your looking at is Windward Passage 2, Frer 80 maxi, was a shipwright on her during the build in 1988 at McConaghy Yachts Mona Vale, Sydney. At the time she was the largest vacuum formed carbon composite construction in the world. Hull shell was so light two men could lift up her stern. Note the riggers built the boom with wire spreaders to save weight, 'they better duck jybing' was their comment. Photo could be her first Syd-Hobart race as the boom was replaced shorty after."

1988  Launched in Australia
August "Offshore", full article below

Winter 88 "Offshore", full article below
30 July, Kenwood Cup, Hawaï: 4e/?? & 1er/? Class A, Rod MUIR
Septembre "L'Année Bateaux",

November "Seahorse",

Novembre "Neptune Yachting",

"Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, Official Programme",

26 December, Sydney Hobart Race: DNF,
Picture from Facebook 2022,

Picture from Facebook 2021,

1989 Février "Voiles et Voiliers",

Sydney Newcastle race: 1er/?? IOR, Rod MUIR
April "Offshore"

October "Offshore",

October, new owner, Raul Gardini, and new name,
Passage to Venice,

1990 Janvier "Régate",

Copa Del Rey, Palma: 3e/? Maxis, Paul CAYARD
August "Offshore",

September, Maxi Yachts World Championship, Newport: 2e/6, Raul GARDINI

1991 August, Fastnet Race: 1er/??, Grant DALTON

Picture from Facebook 2021,

1993 Mis aux enchères.

1996 Refit

2004 October, new norwegian owner, and new name,
Il Moro di Venizia IX,

2005-2006 Lying in Puerto Sherry

2012 Charter in Scandinavia Vanitas, qui n'est autre que Il Moro di Venezia III

1988 August "Offshore",

1988 Winter 88 "Offshore",