"Marianne has proved to be such a wanderful little vessel that she has formed the basis for several fine cruisers...The longer we look at the plans of Marianne, the more we envy Carl Lindmann (first owner) and the more we realize that for such type of craft it would be difficult indeed to find a better ship. She has faithfully carried her owner through storm and shine and he is indeed a fortunate man to posses a lovely example of present day tendency in small cruising craft....She combines speed, sea-keeping ability and comfort in a wonderful manner..."
These words were written in 1937 in a book, Racing, Cruising and Design, by Uffa Fox, possibly the greatest yachting historian and one of the greatest yacht designers of the 20th Century.


She is a classic cruiser racer offered in good condition, with excellent performance for regattas. Good accommodation making a beautiful family cruiser with a mahogany interior. Mainly original but upgraded with modern systems.

Major renovation in 1997. Hull under waterline stripped to bare wood; New oak sternpost; New garboards; New rudder; new plywood waterproof sub deck, new teak deck overlay; various wooden repairs to exterior; renewing of all caulking with rebated Simson caulking system. Additional work 2014: Five frames repaired, Interior layout upgraded, running rigging refurbished, 2016 new sun cover covering complete boat, new awning, New GPS, Handhold VHF, anchor and chain.


Località S. Gaetano, 19, 30014 Cavarzere VE, Italy



  • Year
  • Designer
    F G Ameen
  • Builder
    Built in Sweden
  • Type of Rig
  • Sail Type
  • Class
    Canoe Yawl
  • Keel Type
  • Cabins
  • Berths
  • Overall Length
    12.85 metres
  • Length on Waterline
    9.5 metres
  • Beam
    2.5 metres
  • Draft
    1.9 metres

Topsides: Honduras Mahogany
Keel , frames, floors and underwater planking are of Swedish Oak.
Lead keel, bronze keel bolts, fastenings riveted head copper nails in new condition with bronze screws at hood ends.
Exterior: Teak laid decks with Marine ply substrate, Spacious Teak cockpit seating 6, small teak table, and separate helm position, period brass compass, engine controls, original bronze winches supplemented by 4 newer Anderson sheet winches.
Interior: Companionway to main saloon: Small galley to Stbd with 2 ring alcohol stove, Heads department to port. Two upholstered bench seats with originalsmall lockers above, storage lockers below. Original mahogany dressers on both sides. Door to Master cabin. Single berths on each side with original drawersunder. Small access door leading to Focastle with further double bed and hatch out to foredeck. Chain locker in the bow.

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