Here is a list of boats known to exist, but whose whereabouts are currently unknown. If you have any information on the boats listed below, or do not see a boat you know of listed anywhere in the "Fleets" pages, please contact me with the information, and I'll add it to these pages.
KC 15 Juno, ex K33 Juno - 1948 Charles Nicholson design, built by Camper & Nicholson in double planked Honduras mahogany, carvel on diagonal. She was built for the 1948 British Olympic trials and sailed several years on the Solent, including in races for the British-American Team Race Challenge. Came to British Columbia and has been in the Puget Sound area since the '60s. Like many of the boats actively sailed in the '70's in the USA, a portion of her counter has been removed. She was last known to be in Sidney, B.C. in early 2000, but was reportedly sold to an owner based on the Bras d'Or Lake region of Nova Scotia.
N 61 Lully II - Bjarne Aas designed and built, 1936. 'Lulli II' was the Norwegian entry to the 1936 Olympics in Berlin and won the Silver medal. Few people remember the controversy of that regatta, however. The race series was actually won by the Swiss boat 'Ylliam IV' with the great Louis Nouverraz at the helm. The Germans protested that Nouverraz was a professional because he was employed by the Fermenich family, who owned 'Ylliam IV'. The Swiss were disqualified, Great Britain's 'Lalage' moved up for the Gold.
N 74 Risken - 1948 Bjarne Aas design. Thought to be in the Portland, Oregon area.
US 75 Lightscout - 1939 Herman Whiton design.
L 49 VIOLET - Gösta Kyntzell
design, Wilenius Boatyard built in 1947. Owner in Finland: Elias
Erkko, Finnish representative Gold Cup 1947 Long Island Sound,
lost to Raili (L-50) in the Finnish qualifications to 1952 Helsinki
Olympic Regatta, sold to Canada 1953, nothing heard or tracked
since then. "Violet" is known to have been on Lake Ontario
in the late 50's, sailed out of Youngstown by Wally Roberts. Do
you know where she went? Let
Here is a list of boats known to have been destroyed or wrecked. If you have additional information on the boats listed below, or do not see a boat you know of listed anywhere in the "Fleets" pages, please contact me with the information, and I'll add it to these pages.
US 2 "Montauk" - Designed by W. A. Gardner and built by Wood in 1922 for the British - American Team races which took place at Cowes. She was the first of several sixes built for W.A.W. Stewart, who also commissioned US 18 Hawk, US 25 Iris and US 60 Nancy.
US 26 Dauphin - Designed by William Gardner in 1924, built by Nevins.
US 38 May Be, ex. S 2 - 1927 Estlander design famous for winning the 1927 Scandinavian Gold Cup for Sven Salen and introducing the "Genoa" jib to North America.
US 41 Noreg, ex N27 - 1927 Seawanhaka Cup winner from the board of Johan Anker.
US 45 Harpoon - Fascinating design from the board of Nicholas S. Potter.
US 46 Caprice - Beautiful double ended design from the board of Nicholas S. Potter.US 57 Mystery, ex. Figaro V - 1926 Johan Anker design represented USA at the 1936 Olympics.
US 70 Dovekie, ex. KB 2 Sea Venture - One of 3 identical boats built for Bermuda 6mR sailors.
US 76 Rebel - Designed and built by Bill Luders.
US 78 Tidsfordriv, ex. S 35 - 1936 One Ton Cup winner.
KC 18 "Golden Hind III", ex. K 73 "Golden Hind III". Morgan Giles design made for the 1948 Olympic trials.
N 30 Hanko II, ex. D 30 Vivi. 1928 Bjarne Aas design crushed by a snow storm. She may yet live in another form.
N 66 Alarm - 1937 Bjarne Aas design that won the 1958 North American Championships. Broken up in the early 90's.
N 81 Margueritha - 1948 Arthur Holth design. Cut up in a backyard outside Port Orchard, WA. Story coming soon.