|Designer||Britton Chance Jr. (USA)|
|Material||Mahogany, diagonal carwel, laminated|
|1st certificate issued||1968|
|Original boat name||Wasa IV|
|Original sail number||051|
|Current location||Boat sank in front of Meersburg, Lake of Constance, in 1974|
- Storm on the Lake of Constance in 1974 - one boat lost - 11.06.2008 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
- The documents section is now containing the story on the loss of Z-95 in 1974. The long standing rumour about a 2nd boat lost was clearified by comment from Peter Krohmer: That boat went to another harbour for shelter, without informing the race committee.
- "Wasa IV" lost / Lake Constance - 19.02.2008 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
- Hermann Schwaderer, back then owner of 5.5 G-11, has commented on 5.5 S-51:
She had been sold to Swiss ownership, to become 5.5 Z-95. The boat was lost during a race in front of Meersburg, German side of Lake Constance, next to another 5.5m which sunk in the same race.
- Design - 18.02.2008 by Matti Muoniovaara
- This is a Britton Chance Jr. design #38 alike US-80 Outta Sight and US-76 Luv (now NED-9) of seven designs of 1968.
- Sunk? - 18.02.2008 by Jens Busch
- According to Peter Sundelin the boat was sold to Germany in 1969 and sunk in Boden See about a year later.
- Material - 18.12.2007 by Sven-Åke Lagerkvist
- Couldmodeld mahogny
- Builder - 18.12.2007 by Sven-Åke Lagerkvist
- Sune Carlsson Båtvarv Saltsjöbaden, Sweden
- Information - 17.09.2007 by Sebastien Schmidt
- Gold medal (1st/14) at the XIX Olympics 1968 Acapulco, Mexico, Ulf Sundelin / Jörgen& Peter Sundelin, Wasa IV, S-51, Britton Chance Jr. 1968, 4-1-1-1-5-1-1, 8.0p.
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|Sail#||Boat name||Owner name|
|SWE-051||"Wasa IV"||Wallenberg & Salén (1968-?)|
|SUI-095||"Veloce III"||Hans Gaspar Schulthess (1968-?)|
|SUI-095||"Wasa IV"||Urs Baumgartner (?-1974)|
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