Having a dream, a passion, a drive.
- Despite the genius of her designer, the excellent craftsmanship of the shipwrights …: a classic yacht can only survive thanks to the work and the money that the successive owners spent on the yacht.
Carrina, with all her grace and splendid looks, attracted those owners who admired her, who fell in love with her and who wanted only the best for her.
Carrina deserves and got the only way an owner can become her proud owner…. by giving her Tender Love and Care.
That makes her, who she was and in fact, still is. Very original and with a patina that only comes by time, which offers to those who step aboard an unique warm and comfortable welcome. Carrina has a very special atmosphere, because of her successive owners respected her pedigree.
|1929||1934||George Frederick Carrington|
|1934||1944||Harold Francis Blackborow|
|1944||1948||Henry Stanley Whiteside|
|1948||1950||Mary Lorna Berthon|
|1950||1953||Harry Montague Pinney|
Richard Grosvenor Pinney
|1953||1973||John Charles Staniland|
|1973||1982||John Charles Staniland|
Mildred Claire Staniland
|1982||1984||Deborah Grey Bellamy|
|1984||2003||John Christopher Horton|
|2003||Willem van der Velde|