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Table of details and specifications of DEN-004
  Designer E. Wedell-Wedellsborg (DEN)
  Builders A. Walsted, A. Walsted Badevaerft, Thuroe (DEN)
  1st certificate issued 1951
  Original boat name Tumleren II
  Original country DEN
  Original sail number 004
  Current location


5.5 KC-2 - assumed to be ex D-4 - 28.06.2009 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
Ivan Lavine informs that KC-2 was named "Wendigo", owned by Graham Crate; George Cuthbertson informs that "Wendigo" was designed Baron Wedell Wedellsborg. As one of his two 5.5 designs is "Trille" (D-3 > KC-1), "Wendigo" must be D-4 originally. Anyone having further info to reconfirm or alter the assumptions, please place a note.
5.5 D-4 / exported to Canada? - 15.06.2009 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
We have information from Ivan Lavine, that KC-4 might be "Cheetah", which however is already listed as 5.5 CAN 31.
Another thought: Could 5.5 D-4 have been exported to Canada, to become KC-4?
5.5 D-4 "Tumleren II" - sister to D-3 - 03.01.2009 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
5.5 D-4 and 5.5 D-3 are sisterboats

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5.5 D 4 "Tumleren II" - at the boatyard

Ownership history

Table of the history of sail number, name and ownership of DEN-004
Sail# Boat name Owner name
DEN-004 "Tumleren II" Aage Hempel (1951-?)  
CAN-002 "Wendigo" Harold E. Crate (?-?)  
CAN-002 "Wendigo" Graham Crate (?-?)  

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