here they are!
Beneteau First 456 (German Frers) – Lady Be (built 1983) sail nr. F-9018
New Zeeland Admiral’s Cup Team 1983 – Peter Blake (4th overall)
SORC 1984 – 4th overall Class C
Lady Be was renamed Destination owned by Russell Hoyt (Newport RI), went to Annapolis, was donated to the United States Naval Academy, moved to California and is currently sailing in the Netherlands (Muiden).
Red hull = Salona 45
Doug Peterson Serendipity 43 – Schuttevaer (built 1979 at New Orleans) sail nr. NED-2700
Dutch Admiral’s Cup Team 1979 – owner Mr. Van Dam (including Fastnet 1979)
Various Admiral’s Cup series
Schuttevaer was renamed Panta Rhei and is currently owned by Ben de Ruyter.
Grey hull = IMX 40
Frers 50 – Morningstar (built 1984 at Lazzara Marine Florida) sail nr. US-32200
SORC 1984 – Overall winner Class B, owned by John P. Ambrose (Greenwich CT)
Morningstar moved to Cleveland, was donated to the US Naval Academy, went to a private owner in Annapolis who renamed her Destination and was shipped to the Netherlands in 2005.
Frers 50 – Nitissima (built 1984 at Green Marine)
1st overall Sardinia Cup 1987 – Nello Mazzaferro (ITA)
Nitissima went to the Great Lakes, renamed Trader, renamed again to Flying Cloud and was shipped to the Netherlands in 2005 (together with Morningstar)
Blue hull – IMX 39
We have more great IOR boats in our little harbour in Muiden including a Swan 39 and 2x Frers 45 (one of them is Bribon IV). Will search for more pictures.
Valentijn van Duijvendijk