Eight Metre "VERANO II" (Snarken)
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  => sH30 Data sheet
  => sH29 Data sheet
  => sH28 Data sheet
  => sH27 Data sheet
  => sH26 Data sheet
  => sH25 Data sheet
  => sH24 Data sheet
  => sH23 Data sheet
  => sH22 Data sheet
  => sH21 Data sheet
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sH28 Data sheet

8mS YACHT REGISTER - DATA SHEET sH28 :
Please forward any not listed information and suggested corrections to: ole_ostlund@yahoo.com
General:
First name:                         “Baus II”                          
Other names:                      Spurt IV, Amy, Arabella, Nökk 4, Dimple, Jeanita 2, Njord    
Year laid down:                    1918                       
Design:                               Johan Anker, drawing date 29-11-1917
Builder:                               Anker & Jensen, Asker, Norway, yard no 215
 
Fate/status:                         Sailing:  Restored
First owner:                         Harald Hansen, Skien, Norway
Present owner:                    Erik Vennemoe, Oslo
Present homeport:               Sollerudstranda, Oslo
Other sail no:                       8 N13
 
Technical data:
Overall length as new:           13.75 m
Freeboard as new:                0.73 m
Sail area as new:                  97.57 m2
Rating:                                 8.00
Construction:                        Restored
Engine:                                Installed
 
Summary, ownership & yacht name:
1918 - 1921                          Harald Hansen, Skien, Norway             ”Baus II”
1921                                    J.H.Beck jr., Skien                              ”Spurt IV”
1927                                    Bjarne Hansen, Oslo                           ”Amy”
1929                                    Hans Reinhart Larsen, Oslo                 ”Arabella”
1932                                    Alf Mathiassen, Oslo                           ”Nøkk 4”
1934                                    Eilert Falch-Lund, Oslo                        “Dimple”
1949                                    Caesar Bang jr. Oslo                           ”Jeanita 2”
1963                                    A. Stokke/S. Lossius, Trondheim         ”Njord”
1968                                    Sophius Lossius, Trondheim
1972                                    Sverre Christensen, Trondheim
1977                                    Sverre Christensen, Asker
1984                                    Einar Husby, Stathelle                          "Baus II"
1992 - today                         Erik Vennemoe, Oslo                            "Njård"
 
Notes and references:
Seilas yachting magazine no 2, 1922 reports that "Baus 2" is sold by Mr. Harald Hansen, Skien to Mr. J.H.Beck jr, Skien and renamed "Spurt 4". 
Seilas reports spring 1934 (page 56), that Nökk 4 is sold by Alf Mathiassen, Oslo to Eilert Falch-Lund, Oslo.
KNS yachtregister 1937-1938 has listed sH28 "Dimple" ex Nøkk 4, ex Arabella, ex Amy, ex Spurt 4, ex Baus 2, owner E. Falck-Lund, Oslo.
In the 1960 –1970 she sailed with homeport Trondheim, named “Njord”.
In 1965 she participated in mid Norway race week in Aalesund. Competitor was sH38 “Snarken”.
In the early 1970ties under the ownership of Sverre Christensen with assistance of Stein Skaanöy, Trondheim her underwater hull was restored.
Later in the mid 1980ties her deck and cabin top was further modified by her new owner Einar Husby, and one more planking added to her freeboard for cruising purposes.
In 1994 comprehensive restoration work commenced under the ownership of Erik Wennemoe at Holmen Slip in Asker. The restoration continued in 1996 after she was moved to Sollerudstranda, Oslo, aiming at bringing her back to her original. 



sH38 "Snarken" and sH28 "Njord" racing in NFSU  (mid Norway race week) 1965 in Trondheim for the Loennechen Cup. Overall winner: "Snarken"  (ref. "Snarken" history - part 3).

(OCO/23.06.2008)
(OCO/rev 22.07.2008)
(Image 28.07. 2008)


sH28 "Njord" in 1974
with owner Sverre Christensen and Stein Skaanoy



Stein Skaanoy
1974


OCO/09.06.2011
HIGHLIGHTS  
  "VERANO II"
has been given back her name from the first measurement certificate of June 2nd 1920.
Other names: "Siva", "Danseuse", "Fandango II", "Idyll III", "Snarken", "Elcoma", "Snarken".
 
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