This wreck is one of the most beautiful boats in history. Now reborn to new life

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rennetLook above and be horrified, the wreckage just pulled up from the bottom is that of the America’s Cup (12 m SI class) boat “Renetta” designed in 1939 by Alfred Mylne for Sir William Burton. It lay abandoned and sunk in Canada’s Vancoover. It is now located, after being disassembled in pieces and transported by container to Flensburg, Germany, at the Robbe & Berking Classics shipyard where it will be rebuilt and offered for sale. For those interested here is the email: classics@robbeberking.de

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