The gaff cutter Gaudeamus was built in the German port of Rostock in 1914. After surviving WW I and II, in 1962 she was used by her owner Klaus Schroeder and his family to flee from East to West Germany and for a period of time sailed on Lake Constance. She’s a regular competitor on the Mediterranean classic yachts circuit.

This will be her second Centenary Trophy.

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