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Acadia, US 23734
Last update: 2009
1979 Plan Peterson, prototype of the Serendipity 43 flush decked built by New Orleans Marine

 



1980 February, SORC, Florida: 1st/72 IOR, rating 32.6', Burt KEENAN
March, "Latitude 38",



"Sports Illustrated" "This year, in his new Acadia, he placed first in a strange, albeit convincing, style. He did not win any of the six races that make up the SORC circuit, but by the end of the first two, the 138-mile Boca Grande race and the 359-mile St. Petersburg to Ft. Lauderdale, in which he placed 12th and second, respectively—he led and was never headed. By the time the fleet reached Nassau, with five races done, Keenan's Acadia led her nearest rival, Tatoosh, by 37.5 points, and only two other boats out of 72 had even a slim mathematical chance of beating her. Taking 16th place in the short (27-mile) final race, Keenan finished No. 1 by a margin of 22.5 points."
Adv. from US magasine,

3 September, Sardinia Cup, Porto Cervo: ?e/45, US team: 1st/15, rating 32.7'
Purchased in Lymington, Hampshire, England by J.C.Lewis in the winter of 1980 and renamed
Ultimatum, K ????

1981 12 September, Two Ton Cup, Costa Smeralda: 13e/17

1982 September, Sardinia Cup: ?e/??, Hong Kong team: ?e/??

"and three Admirals Cup trails, England. Plus plenty of Solent and RORC victories. Strangely the rudder also broke off as at least one of the others have done."

1983 British Admirals Cup trails: not qualified, rating 32.7', J. LEWIS
November "Yachting"

1984 March "Yachting"

September, Sardinia Cup: ?e/??, England team: ?e/??
RORC: 3e/?? Classe II, J. LEWIS
Sold and went to US Great Lakes and renamed
True North, US ????

1995 Annapolis-Newport Race: 2e/?? PHRF III, corrected time of 3d15h54', Mark MEYERS

2000 New owner, and renamed
Acadia, US ????

2009 May, ""i am the current owner of ACADIA which i bought in 2000. The name prior was TRUE NORTH but I brought her back to her original name ACADIA. Boat currently sits in Greenwich CT on the East Coast. She is currently flag blue with white bottom & boot top. The tiller has been changed to a wheel. Down below she has accomodations; large berth in stern & v berth in bow. Main saloon has upper & lower berths both port & starboard. Galley port side next to mast & nav desk starboard next to mast."