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Erna Signe

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Nation  Sweden
Skippers  Nils Persson
Beam  3.43 m (11.3 ft)
Displacement  28,000 kg
Designer  William Fife
Sail no  E8
Olympics  1912
Launched  June 1911
Class  12-metre class
Builders  August Plym, Stockholm
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Length  18.9 m (62 ft) (LOA) 11.94 m (39.2 ft) (LWL)

Erna Signe is a 1911 Swedish 12 metre class yacht. It was by designed by William Fife III and built by August Plym at Neglingevarvet.

Career

Erna Signe was launched in June 1911. Erna Signe competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics, helmed by Nils Persson with the crew Per Bergman, Dick Bergström, Kurt Bergström, Hugo Clason, Folke Johnson, Sigurd Kander, Nils Lamby, Erik Lindqvist, and Richard Sällström, finishing second behind Johan Anker's Magda IX.

In 1913, Axel Nygren re-designed the rig.

References

Erna Signe Wikipedia


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