The Norwegian businessman Alfred Larsen, who had a series of yachts all named ‘Magda’, commissioned number IV at William Fife in 1904.
This is a true piece of yachting history! The 12-metre Gretel was challenger to the America’s Cup in 1962 and the first Australian 12 ever.
Simply the most fascinating of the exquisite 15-meter-R yachts, designed and built by Charles Nicholson in 1912, with a wealth of novel ideas.
Revolutionary! In its year of construction around 1894, it was the first racing yacht in the world with an external lead keel and correspondingly fast.
Sail like the emperor! The most famous “Big Class” cutter was built in 1866 and later sold to the Kaiser: Wilhelm Zwo's first racing yacht.
A superlative archipelago cruiser. Fast and easy to sail, one of only a handful ever built.
Our fast and elegant commuter yacht, inspired by the great role models from the 30s, can be used in many ways and is built individually for you in small series ...
One of the successful 6-m-R yachts from Bjarne Aas from 1946. Aas was considered the “master of the six” in that era!
This is the real deal! A yacht for the gentleman, with style and taste, an eye-catcher in every port. A classic profile with modern technology.
Vision, the last launched of the three sister ship, has been ordered by the Royal Canadian Yacht Club to sail at the Canada’s Cup, the most important 8mR race in North America...