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Has anyone heard of a "Nordic 26" ?

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I have a hard time finding information about a 26 foot sailboat called "Nordisk 26" (That's Danish for "Nordic 26").

There's one for sale here:
Nordisk 26 - Ad - www.udkik.dk

and here:
Nordisk 26, årg. 1989, 26 fod – dba.dk – Køb og Salg af Nyt og Brugt

At least some of them were manufactured in Denmark by "Løjt Maskinfabrik".

Can anyone help with information about this boat?

Thanks in advance,

Søren Ladegaard - Denmark
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Re: Has anyone heard of a "Nordic 26" ?

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Hi

I have a hard time finding information about a 26 foot sailboat called "Nordisk 26" (That's Danish for "Nordic 26").

There's one for sale here:
Nordisk 26 - Ad - www.udkik.dk

and here:
Nordisk 26, årg. 1989, 26 fod – dba.dk – Køb og Salg af Nyt og Brugt

At least some of them were manufactured in Denmark by "Løjt Maskinfabrik".

Can anyone help with information about this boat?

Thanks in advance,

Søren Ladegaard - Denmark
The yacht appears to be a variant of the Marieholm Folkboat albeit updated and well appointed. Marieholms boats were based on the original Folkboats and all were good sailors. I sailed aboard one in the San Francisco Bay area of the US in the early '70's a loved the boat but my (much) better half did not (too small/wet). A great sailing yacht however.

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