KA 1 - Gretel , last I heard she was in a German shipyard who where looking for someone to buy her and finance a restoration
KA 2 - Dame Pattie , converted to a cruising yacht and is somewhere in the Mediterranean .
KA 3 - Gretel 2 , beautifully restored and living in Sydney
KA 4 - Southern Cross , a day charter boat in far North Queensland
KA 5 - Australia , in Sydney owned by the Australian 12 meter trust
KA 6 - Australia II , in Fremantle as an exhibit in the WA maritime museum.
KA 7 - Advance broken up in late 2000s in the USA
KA 8 - South Australia , in Britain with a new sympathetic owner
KA 9 - Australia III renamed Bengal II rotting away in Malaysia
KA 10 - Challenge 12 I think in the USA . Has been restored and was for sale
KA 11 - Kookaburra , in Melbourne where she is regularly sailed
KA 12 - Kookaburra II ,in Italy I think , is sailed in European 12 meter events
KA 14 - Steak n Kidney ( Sydney ) in Sydney with the Aust 12 meter trust
KA 15 - Kookaburra III was in France but was recently listed for sale in Spain .
KA 16 - Australia IV , renamed Bengal III rotting next to her sister Australia III at Miri Marina , Malaysia
Some of the boats look very differ now to their heyday . Australia I has striping that copies Australia II and not the original . Kookaburra I is now white and Kookaburra II is sky blue . Southern Cross is dark blue and Dame Pattie has a cockpit and is a cruising yacht . A3 and A4 are red and renamed . Pictures of these boats are on the net . There was no KA 13 . Challenge 12 was issued with the sail number KA 10 which was out of numerical order . She should have been KA 7 or 8 . Trying to track down Australian IACC boats is harder . We know where the second OneAustralia is - at the bottom of the Pacific .