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Dusselboot, G 2929
à jour au: July 2015
1980 Plan Judel/Vrolijk, built in aluminium by Yachtafenwerft, IOR: 30.0', light-medium displacement yacht (12,700lbs)

This boat was not built as a One Tonner

Plus d'informations et photos sur "RB Sailing blog"

Round The Island, Cowes: 1er/??
Admiral's Cup: 15e/??, German Team: 3e/??, (lost her mast in the Channel Race)
From Internet, One Ton Class Facebook, 2014:

198? New owner, Tilmar Hansen, who made some tweaking and improvement and renamed her:

Outsider, G 2929
Admiral's Cup: 5e/45, German Team: 1er/15

Sold to US owner.

Outsider, US 32921
SORC: ?e/??

"Spring Boat International", extrait d'une publicité:

2012 She is in an unused state in Massachusetts

All pictures from "RB Sailing blog"

2015 July, For Sale, “Outsider” IOR One Ton – Ex Admirals Cupper – winning team, “Outsider” IOR one ton designed by Judel / Vrolijk build by Yachtwerft Wedel in Germany during the winter of 1980/1981. The boat was exhibited as breaking edge yacht design at the Boot boat show in Duesseldorf, Germany the spring of 1981 named at the time Duesselboot. She was specifically designed for the 1981 Admirals Cup. Build from Kevlar on Balsa core with a carbon rudder stock She sailed in 1981 for the German team and placed third with the German team. Quite the achievement since the mast came down during the Channel Race and was repaired, re rigged overnight, adding a set of spreaders. Team boats were “Pinta” now in a museum in Germany and “Container”. She was again part of the German team in 1983 under the Name “Outsider” this time she won with the team. She is mostly unmolested, still with original tiller steering, original rig and engine (3 cylinder Bukh diesel still works great) The extensive original deck hardware is in place, all serviceable. The sails are old and mostly good for day sailing. I have a porta potti on board, -there are no cushions or soft goods, but most of the pipe berth are still with the boat. Currently the topsides are stripped of old putty and paint, the deck is soft and needs work. The hull has few spots along the sheer where water made its way into the laminate but she is still solid. She needs work but is a beautiful shape and has a great history. She would make a excellent PHRF performer to take your friends racing with. Also the IOR class is going through a resurrection and ¼ and ½ ton classes are racing regularly. One ton just had a big get together in New Zealand. She needs a good home. Located Rhode Island, $14,900, pictures from advertissement: