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Shenandoah, US 67800
à jour au: 2013
1980 Plan Ron Holland, built by Kiwi Boat, US (off the same plug as Regardless)

Similar to Regardless but a little later. not built as One Tonner

 

1980 Launched
Pan Am Clipper Cup, Hawaï: ?e/?? Overall
Picture from Facebook 2022,

September, San Fransisco Big Boat series:
?e/??

1981 Transpac: ?e/??

1982 September, San Fransisco Big Boat series: 3 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 10 = 1er/?? Overall, Bill PALMER

1983 SORC: 1er/?? Class E
May "Yachting",

July "Seahorse",

August, Admiral's Cup: 11e/45, US Team: 3e/15

Pictures from Beken of Cowes


Octobre "Bateaux";

Pictures and comments from Facebook 2021, "Shenandoah was built for William Palmer of Newport Harbor Yacht Club here in Newport Beach, CA. Originally, I believe, driven by Burke Sawyer of Sails By Watts then after about a year or so Bill switched to Ullman Sails and Dave Ullman brought Benji aboard. and sailed Admirals Cup as part of the USA team. The rest they say is history..."

1984 Donated to the Navy

1986 Purchased from the Navy and brought to Lake Michigan.

Raced competitively for about seven years out of Columbia Yacht Club by John Hanley and David G. Brown.

1994 Donated to an Indiana School

2021 February, from Facebook, "I'm weak for Ron Holland yachts and here comes another one I have been searching after for a long time. I found out a while ago that she's currently located in East Chicago, Indiana USA and according to indianasailing.org she's scheduled for a restoration but no time line or known plans." but pictures seems to be dated from 2013...