|Designer||Britton Chance Jr. (USA)|
|Builders||Dirk Kneulman, Ontario Yachts (CAN)|
|Material||cold laminated mahogany|
|1st certificate issued||1967|
|Original boat name||Cloud 9|
|Original sail number||072|
|Current location||Zeewolde, Veluwemeer (NED)|
- Two corrections - 26.08.2008 by Tom van Maanen
- Peter v.d. Post boatname is Lorbas.
Current location is: Zeewolde
- USA 79 - 06.04.2008 by DAVID STOFF
- I hope that I can clarify some of the confusion. I have USA 79; sailing in Casco Bay, Maine. It is an Egger built cold molded hull. Moveable mast step. When I purchased the boat I was also given two blueprints. One was the sail plan, the other was the construction drawing. Great boat!
- Confusion between USA-072 Cloud 9 and USA-079 Cloud Nine - 03.11.2007 by Site Administrator
- This is a typical case of one the aim of this web site : to point out and clarify the unclear situations left by the history which is by nature uncomplete.
Following Matti Muoniovaara's source: "there were two Cloud 9s which were owned by Gordon Lindemann. The first was Cloud 9 US-72 and the second Cloud Nine US-79".
See USA-079 for complementary details.
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|Sail#||Boat name||Owner name|
|USA-072||"Cloud 9"||Gordon Lindemann (1967-1967)|
|GER-017||"Sünnschien"||Rudolf Harmstorf (1967-1970)|
|GER-017||"Sünnschien"||Karl Heinz Sauer (1970-1977)|
|GER-017||"Lorbass"||Gert Hennighausen (1977-1982)|
|GER-017||"Lorbas"||S. Frank (1985-1994)|
|NED-029||"Lorbas"||Peter van der Post (1994-2002)|
|NED-029||"Zonneschijn"||Tom van Maanen (2002-?)|
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