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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)
  Material Mahogany, carvel planked
  1st certificate issued 1951
  Original boat name Tumleren II
  Original country DEN
  Original sail number 004
  Current location unknown


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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