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Old 27-03-2008, 11:27   #1
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I recently purchased a 1968 Bacchant IV and was wondering if there were any others in the USA.
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Born in Denmark, Knud H. Reimers (1906-87) became educated as shipwright at Krupp-Germania in the twenties. He then worked as apprentice at Bremen-Lemwerder under the supervision of Henry Rasmussen, while paralleling his studies in Bremen. It was there that Reimers became familiar with the design of sleek fast yachts.
1930 Reimers took over the office of Gustav Estander in Stockholm, Sweden. Reimers launched his career as a naval architect for square meter yachts.
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I recently purchased a 1968 Bacchant IV and was wondering if there were any others in the USA.
Thanks for info.

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Old 27-03-2008, 14:19   #5
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I too as an old submariner diesel and nuke have really been impress also.
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There is more info at the Bacchant page here: Bacchant IV - en klassisk havskryssare
It's in Swedish, but I'm sure you'll understand some of it. BTW it looks like the name is Bacchant IV (without the "36") this might return more results in google).
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