1938-1948: Einmar Stange, home port: Oslo, Norway
Built as a C/R Twelve according to the Scandinavian tradition to assign to this class the yachts built in conformity to the International Rule but not for racing, the Twelve C/R yachts were identified by an “E” on the mainsail.
1949-1958: Niels Onstad
1958-1969: Niels Onstad?
Possibly owned or chartered by Sonja Hennie, the famous Olympic figure skater and actress.
1970-1985: Unknown owners, at the death of Ms. Hennie, the yacht was sold in Sweden and altered as a ketch
1985-1993: Erling Storm, home port: Oslo, Norway
After a restoration, Eileen was used in charter service.
1993-1999: Paul van der Bijl, home port: Cogolin, France
Eileen underwent a restoration under the supervision of architect Cees van Tongeren of the Van de Stadt firm. She was returned to her original C/R Twelve design with some innovations made in the interior and rigging.
2000-2006: Rick Langlaan, home port: Saint Tropez, France
2006: Interior destroyed by fire
2006- 20??: Marie and Jerome Borie, home port: Marseille, France
Interior restored for racing rather than cruising
20??- 2022: Laetitia Morand-Monteil and others, home port: La Ciotat, France
|International Rule||THIRD Rule|
|Builder||Soon Slip og Baat A/S|
|First Owner||Einmar Stange|
|Other Names||Eileen 2|
|Current Status / Condition||good, sailing|
|Current Owner||Laetitia Morand-Monteil and others|
|Current Location||La Ciotat, France|
|Construction||Wood on steel frames|
|Length Overall||18.26 m.|
|Length Waterline||12.72 m.|
|Sail Area||159 sq. m.|