Johan Anker (12mR) Never Built 434



In 1939, Johan Anker designed a 12 metre, shortly before he passed away, called design no. 434. The following year, due to the outbreak of war his design No. 434 was never built. Robbe & Berking Classics, of Flensburg Germany, retrieved the complete set of drawings and constructing this remarkable 12 Metre Class design on behalf of a Scandinavian owner committed to Metre Class sailing.

This proud yacht will be christened during the “Robbe & Berking 12 Metre Open European Championship” for which 14 classic 12-metres will come together on the Flensburg Fjord as one of the largest fleets ever in the history of this class.

Johan Anker “Never Built 434” Specifications:

LOA: 71′ 0″ | LWL: 53′ 9″ | Beam: 11″ 9″ | Draft: 8′ 8″ | Sail Area: 1,872 | Design Number: 434 | Rig: Sloop | Designer: Johan Anker |Built by: Robbe & Berking Classics | Designed: 1939 | Boat Location: Flensburg, Germany


Photo Credit: Robbe & Berking Classics


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