Lomakhine (Marsiglia) AMADOUR

Sail Number: Mon 77

Type: Marconi Cutter

LOA: 52.16′ / 15.9m
LWL: 37.72′ / 11.5m
Beam: 11.15′ / 3.40m
Draft: 7.54′ / 2.30m
Hull Number:
Designer: Lomakhine (Marsiglia)
Year Built: 1938
Built By: Chantiers de la Liane (Marsiglia – France)
Hull Material: Teak Planking on Oak Frames
Gross Displacement: 21 tons
Sail Number: Mon 77
Sail Area: 1,539 sq.ft / 143 m²

 

Historical:

AMADOUR was built with teak planks on oak frames. Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of India, sailed aboard her, and in 1952, she also played host to actress Rita Hayworth. Between 1961 and 1991, Amadour belonged to Jean Borghini, Monaco’s Minister of Finance. Her next owner was Frank Holze, a German businessman who kept her until 2003. Since 2007 she has been in the hands of Tom Van Der Bruggen, a Dutch businessman who owns a wooden toy company (Kapla). He has competed her in such events as the Ladies Cup (third position 2010) as well as the Imperia, Antibes (2008-2010), Cannes, Nice, Monaco, St. Tropez, Porquerolles and Marseilles rallies. Amadour’s interiors were renovated between 2007 and 2010 at the Gilbert Pasqui yard in Villefranche. (Panarai)

Restoration:

2007 – 2010 – Gilbert Pasqui of Villefranche. – Amadour has undergone a refurbishment of the interior, carried out at the yard.

 

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