Created to be adored
People call her a schooner, but she’s a lady. You never should ask a lady’s age, although when you have seen Carrina, you see a beautiful mysterious lady. Young at heart.
Her movements shows the elegance of the aristocracy of the Twenties. Designed with passion and knowledge by a well known and famous designer Frederick Shepherd. He designed a comfortable yacht and with her original gaff rigging, also a serious competitor with whom one have to take account of during the regattas she took part in.
Designed with a canoe stern and a spoon bow she is very comfortable, even at rough seas. Built to Lloyds register class 18 A1, she assures safety and high quality.
Her first 15 years she spent drier than she may have expected. As she was kept in a shed, because of the first World War. In retrospect it was perfect for the fine Burmese teak and English oak frames, fastened with copper and bronze. To simple sit, dry out and wait.