From the end of the 1930´s and onwards Jenny and Holger Swahn were friends with Alvin Wassberg who was working within the insurance business in Stockholm. Alvin was also an amateur painter and at some point, in time a question was raised if he could make a painting of Trumph. Material for the painting was […]
On June 6, the National Day of Sweden the premier sailing trip took place. It was a short trip from Bergvik around Riddarfjärden. The purpose was to try out basic functions and to test the partly new main sheet system. Onboard in the nice summer weather was Aina, Katten and me. The biggest challenge was […]
In the latest copy of the Swedish the magazine Båtklassiker there is an article about the sailor and author Göran Schildt by me. Hopefully it provides...
I have visited Helsinki classic yacht symposium once before in 2020, just before the pandemic made such events impossible. At that time the seminar included exciting speakers and sufficient and well-arranged breaks for mingle. Now...
At a temperature of 23 degrees Celsius and soft winds we decided to make a short evening sailing trip...
Today an additional pair of sheet winches was finally mounted in the cockpit. Thereby doubling the number...
|Type||75 sqm skerry cruiser||Designer||Gustaf Estlander|
|Year||1921||Yard||Pabst Werft, Köpenick,|
|Hull||Mahogany, steel/oak frames||Deck||Teak, mahogany on plywood|
|Rig||Marconi (original)||Mast och boom||Sitka & Picea Spruce|
|Sailing area rule||74,97 kvm||Sailing area max||88,5 sqm + 90 sqm (spinnaker)|
|LOA||17,42 m||LWL||12 m
|Beam||2,43 m||Displacement||7,5 ton|
|Engine||Volvo Penta 27 hk||Mätetal||SRS 1,06/1,038|
|Summer port||Styrsvik, Runmarö||Winter port||Bergvik, Bromma|