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à jour au: mars 2015
1966 Plan Sparkman & Stephens, built by Max Carter, "a single skin of kauri with glued splines between the planks (instead of caulking)".
Whangarei-Noumea race: 1er/??
26 décembre, Sydney-Hobart: 1er/??
1968 15 juillet, One Ton Cup, Heligoland: 3 - 6 - 2 - 3 - 3 = 2e/22
Photos P. Gutelle archives revue "Bateaux",
1969 Channel Race: 1er/??
Classe IIIa en 32h26'
Fastnet: 1er/?? Classe IIIa en 140h12'
One Ton Cup, Heligoland: 1er/??
From Internet (Rainbow 2 being loaded for shipping to Bermuda after winning the 1969 One Ton Cup in Heligoland)
Bouzaid: "The idea to resurrect Rainbow
II was born in 2009. I was passing through Bermuda and took the time to visit
the yacht that I sold to local sailor Charlie Berry immediately after she’d
won the One Ton Cup. I found the old girl in bad shape and not all that far
from the scrap heap... So, I bought back Rainbow II from Jeremy Brasier and
pretty soon, with the help of the Maersk Line, she was on her way home to the
2014 May, Chris Bouzaid: "The restoration of Rainbow II is progressing well at Wayne Olsen’s Horizon Boats Ltd in Silverdale, just north of Auckland, but our fundraising is lagging. If you feel like helping to put Rainbow II back in the water in full racing trim, no contribution is too big, or too small, and your donation will be fully tax-deductable. The target is to have all work completed by the end of August, 2014, with Rainbow re-launched at the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron’s Westhaven clubrooms in mid-September, 2014."
Information in blue and picture below are coming from: http://www.sail-world.com/Europe/Champion-One-Tonner,-Rainbow-II,-gets-a-new-life-in-Auckland/122000
February, From Internet, One Ton Class Facebook:
27 february, One Ton Revisited, Auckland: 1er/6, IRC: 0.930, Chris BOUZAID
From One Ton Revisited website,