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Where is 1975 Admiral's Cup Frers 46 Noryema X ?

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Can anybody help in locating the present location of the 1975 aluminium Admiral's Cupper Noryema X. Frers design 46ft built in aluminium by Joyce Marine in Southampton.

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I have done a bit more searching and suspect that Noreyma X might have become Hesperia III which I think was in Northern Ireland or Scotland. Trouble is that references to Hesperia III say the loa is 49ft, not 46ft. So bit confusing.

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I have done a bit more searching and suspect that Noreyma X might have become Hesperia III which I think was in Northern Ireland or Scotland. Trouble is that references to Hesperia III say the loa is 49ft, not 46ft. So bit confusing.

 

Hesperia was a frers 49 which was in northern ireland and owned by Brian Bucanan .which then believe became killerely flyer belonging to a adventure centre in the south of ireland .

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Thanks, checked through those names, but references seem to say Hesperia/Kileerly Flyer was a Frers Ex-Noreyma from 1979, but I am not sure there was ever a Frers 49 Noryema in 1979. Do you know if the Hesperia/Killery was built in alloy?

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Thanks, checked through those names, but references seem to say Hesperia/Kileerly Flyer was a Frers Ex-Noreyma from 1979, but I am not sure there was ever a Frers 49 Noryema in 1979. Do you know if the Hesperia/Killery was built in alloy?

 

Yes there was, chartered to the Brazilians for the AC, alloy built by Joyce Marine.

 

Apparently the 1975 46' became for about 15 years "Sartori" for a Greek-Australian owner:

http://www.sail-world.com/Europe/index.cfm?SEID=0&Nid=19075&SRCID=0&ntid=0&tickeruid=0&tickerCID=0

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Thank you MF. Sartori looks like the correct boat. Seems Bill Psaltis sold her on in the late 1980's. So where she might be now I have no idea, possibly in the Eastern Med somewhere if still afloat.

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Last year was in San Giorgio di Nogaro, near Udine, Italy.

She looked like "just post-refitting".

No more infos.

Sorry for the poor phots' quality

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Trivia moment.... The boat's name was the owner's (Ron Amey) spelt backwards. But of course you all knew that.

 

However, of the 4 YCs on the transom (of which RA was a member of all), R.O.C.R should surely be R.O.R.C. Could you let the painter know so he can fix it?

 

Ron was a superb owner and an all round good man. Loads of good offshore racers started out on his boats.

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i took the photograph almost two years ago. i never saw her again and, unfortunatly, i don't know neither the painter, neither the owner...

i hope there is the right YC's name nowadays...

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Thank you FRA 21987 for posting the pixs. She looks in great shape. Clubs on the transom, ISC (Island Sailing Club Cowes), RORC, RBYC (Royal Burnham Yacht Club) and RSYC (Royal Southern Yacht Club Hamble).

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Hi,

 

I saw the boat you are looking for in a port on the Canary Island of Lanzarote a couple of years ago.

 

I was on the lookout for a boat at the time so I took some pictures of it that I will try to find. The name of

 

the boat as I remember was Sartori and it had just arrived with an Australian crew according to the

 

neighbouring boat. It was ready for some extensive TLC.

 

If you call the port and ask for their register of boats in around 2005-2007? You will probably find the owner. Good luck with your quest.

 

Here is number and address to the port:

 

Puerto Calero Marina Lanzarote-Spain

 

Edif. Antiguo Varadero, 2º, Urb. Puerto Calero - Yaiza, Lanzarote

+34 928 51 08 50

 

Sincerely

Jan Palmers

Norway

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she is again in San Giorgio di Nogaro near Udine, northern Italy. she is dry docked since last november. very good looking, i have never seen the owner to tell him ROCR is wrong...

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I sailed on a sister of Noryeama..."Tatoosh", built at Minnefords and owned by Bob Hutton. If anyone has any info on her, I'd be much obliged..lots of memories..cheers

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I sailed on a sister of Noryeama Noryema........"Tatoosh", built at Minnefords and owned by Bob Hutton. If anyone has any info on her, I'd be much obliged..lots of memories..cheers

Correction/Bump, I'm really looking for this boat...anyone on LI sound or Conn area have any info?

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