Sail Number: 118
Type: International Dragon Class
LOA: 29’2″ / 8.90m
LWL: 21’7″ / 6.57m
Beam: 6’5″ / 1.95m
Draft: 3’11” / 1.20m
Designer: Knud Reimers
Year Launched: 1967
Built By: Borrensen Boatyard
Hull Material: Honduras Mahogany planks, oak ribs
Displacement: 3700 lbs./ 1700 kgs.
Sail Area: 298 ft2 / 27.7 m2
Siena is an International Dragon Class Keelboat, built in Denmark in 1967 by the renowned Borrensen Boatyard. She is named for the beautiful red brown colour of her Honduras Mahogany varnished hull.
Siena has a well-known and competitive history in the Dragon Class. She has competed in a number of major regattas over her lifetime including the 1971 Hobart World Dragon Championships and after restoration, the 2011 Brighton World Dragon Championships.
Siena was lovingly restored on Raymond Island from March 2009 to November 2010 by Boat Builder Mr John Johnson (also a timber Dragon owner of 1962 Barnett AUS 82 “Ghost”), with assistance from Jaemie and his family and friends.
The Wall of Remembrance – The Owners, Crew & Notable Guest
Owner: Mr Alan Cain, Olympic Dragon Representative
Owner: Mr Mike Fletcher a former Olympic Sailing Coach
Owner: Mr Robert Alpe, former Vice President of the International Dragon Association