|Designer||Britton Chance Jr. (USA)|
|Builders||Edmund Sommerfeld, Sommerfeld (GER)|
|Material||Vacuum laminated wood|
|1st certificate issued||1976-02-26|
|Original boat name||Wallaby|
|Original sail number||021|
|Current location||Founex, Lake of Geneva (SUI)|
- Z-127 - 11.10.2011 by Jens Busch
- The name under the ownership of Marcel Capecchi should be "Guglielmo", according to entry lists from the Europeans in 1980 and 1981, and according to my memory!
- 5.5 G-21 became 5.5 Z-127 - 16.02.2010 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
- With the presence of both rating certificates (G-21 + Z-127) and additional info from Thomas Treib, it is now confirmed that G-21 became Z-127 at the end of the seventies.
The earlier note in this respect:
28.08.2008 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
Listed in the Swiss register as an Egger-built boat, Thomas Treib informed that Z-127 is one of the Chance/Sommerfeld boats:
Z-114, Z-116, Z-117, Z-118, Z-121, Z-122, G-21, Z-127.
The form is told to have been built in Switzerland, carried to Northern Germany, the boats delivered and finally the form returned.
- Searching for "Wallaby" - 03.02.2008 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
- The German 5.5m Association is searching for "Wallaby", which had been located on Lake Constance and which has possibly been sold to a neighbouring country in the early 1980's.
Any hint to its whereabouts, please pass to
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|Sail#||Boat name||Owner name|
|GER-021||"Wallaby"||Karl Heinz Sauer (1976-1979)|
|SUI-127||"Giulielmo"||Marcel Capecchi (1979-1987)|
|SUI-127||"Losi"||A. Müller (1987-1989)|
|SUI-127||"Valma III"||Charles Brugger (1989-?)|
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