ARCANGELO

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ARCANGELO
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HISTORY

From: http://www.6metre.ch/docs/news/six_metre_classic_news_15.pdf

THE CLASSIC SIX METRE NEWSLETTER 1907 - 2013

ARCANGELO EX Caramba

Born in 1923 as Caramba she was a 6 M racer. Her sailing number was L6 .She was the personal racing 6 of Gustav Estlander .In 1923 he sailed her in regattas in the Öresund region . That year she was not a winner, and so in 1924 Estlander was not very active with her - perhaps he made changes on her? One explanation may be that Mr Estlander was sailing his new built Carmela that year. But in 1925 Caramba and Estlander were together again:Caramba & Estlander participated in the Revaler Woche (Tallin, Estonia) 18-21.6.1925. Caramba won all races. Day 2 she was 19 minutes faster than the 2nd 6 mR-yacht!!! Day 3 Caramba was only „beaten“ by Trumph (a 75 sqm skerry cruiser (SK) design by Gustaf Estlander) and Altimare (55 sqm SK)!In the Finnish Sailing Week, Turku, 7-9.6.1925 Caramba was totally 4th of toto 15 6 mR-yachts. After this Gustaf Estlander sold Caramba to mr E Gernant in Sweden,and she became S24. Mr Gernant put a cabin on her in 1929.In 1930 she was sold to mr B Linden and in 1934 she was deleted from 6mR register in Swe. In KSSS yearbook 1932 mr Linden‘s hometown is Napoli, Italy ... Caramba & mr. Linden are mentioned in KSSS (Royal Swedish Sailing Club, Stockholm) Yearbook of 1934 for the last time. In 1936 She was in Napoli still under the same ownership. It is reported that Caramba has been belonged by S:A:R Eugenio di Savoia .As for the references to Caramba belonging to S.A.R Eugenio di Savoia Genoa in 1933 and to Dr.Carlo Schivardi of St.Margherita Ligure 1959, they come from the historical register of Sixes compiled by Andrew McMeekin and later supplemented by Tim Street .I don‘t which of the two made this entry. As best I know, their sources were Lloyd‘s registers and British yachting magazines like Yachting World and the Yachtsman‘s Annual. Later she was called Bona. She became Corona around 1955 and was found in NW Italy. At that time she was transformed in a more cruising craft and a deckhouse and cabin were added. In 1971 she was renamed Arcangelo, and since than she is sailing and racing under IOR, IMS , and CIM rules with great fun and success. She is for sale]]