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1975 Plan Charles Burns, construit par Stone Boat Yard in Alameda, C.A, made cold-moulded construction of 4 layers of 3/16" Honduras mahogany
Photos de la construction du bateau, Pictures from the builder: http://www.iseethroughmyeyes.com/rolling_stone.html
Historique du bateau (commentaires en bleu) - Boat's
History (Blue comments) from: http://www.sy-rolling-stone.de
"Her name has nothing to do with the ever-young rock band, but was chosen with regard to the boat yard, where she was built."
Here is the advertisment:
During the following years Rolling Stone
won every important yacht race in the San Francisco Bay Area.
1983 New owner: Dolores and Robby Robinson
1985-1986 They had her interior professional re-done and finished
1988 Transpac Race, singlehanded: ?e/??, 13d05h, averaging 6.9 kn
1992 Dolores and Robby have cruised her from San Francisco to Alaska, back to San Francisco and south to Panama,
1995 Transiting the canal of Panama
1996 Then they sailed to Maine and Nova Scotia
1997 Sailing to Newfoundland
1998 Sailing back to New England
the Atlantic to Scotland. Extensive maintenance work was done by the yard in
Scotland to include re-painting of the deck, major repairs and refinishing of
Robbys attempt to sail her back to the States across the Atlantic unfortunately failed due the stormy weather season which just had begun.
2000-2003 Based in Ardfern, Scotland
New German Owner, Marc Stadtaus: "... After serious inspection he decided to buy the yacht but he needed not only "some" assistance in sharing the risk of buying her but in particular in sailing her to Germany...
July, Scotland to Norway through the Caledonian Canal across the Northern Sea
September, Trip Norway to Germany
2004 - 2005 Time to work, After one year of drying
2005 October, Trip from Arnis to Braunschweig
June, Trip from Heiligenhafen to Kappeln
2007-2010 "Right now she lays ashore in Braunschweig Habour for major repairs. The deck, the hull and cockpit needed to be reconditioned very badly. Special attention will be paid to the whole electrical system and equipment. Along with this the shore-power hook-up will be changed to european 230 V standard. Additional repairs or replacements are considerd for the propane system and the head. Unforunately, also one AGM-pack shows now, after fifteen years of serious operation, signs of fatigue and needs to be retro-fitted."
2015 27 juillet, Braunschweig
received from actual owner, Marc Stadtaus,
the two links and few pictures from 2003 to 2015