Own a vintage beauty; 12mR Vanity V (K-5) is available for purchase and ready to race!
Vanity V (K-5)
|Type||Int’l 12 Metre Class||Flag||Danish|
|Naval Architect||William Fife||Year||1936|
|Shipyard||Fairlie, Scotland||Hull material||Teak and mahogany planking on oak and riveted steel frames|
|LOA||21.5 m.||Engine||Volvo Penta 78 HP|
This vintage beauty, designed by William Fife and built by Fairlie, ranks among the world-famous 12mR class yachts of the 1930’s, the nostalgically labeled “Golden Age.” Vanity V represents elegance as everyone who lays eyes on her would agree. Sailing her is a challenge and is rewarded with memorable experiences. The yacht has been restored meticulously and maintained by Robbe & Berking whilst preserving her original classic style and maintaining her majestic appearance over the years.
She is a pedigree and very successful racing yacht in the 12mR Class and an important part of the 12mR racing heritage. Sailing Vanity V is a rare and truly unique opportunity! You will be in awe when experiencing the powerful deployable sail area and the speed of this 12mR Class yacht.
Her classiness and cutting ability will add a whole new dimension of sailing adventure to your life!
Disclamer: Specifications are provided for informational purposes only. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but it not guaranteed by owners. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify.
*The International Twelve Metre Association neither endorses nor confirms specific listing details.
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Vanity V (K-5) Specs
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