Often called the finest production sailboat ever, the Lindenberg 26 MORC boat was designed by Lee Creekmore (currently a marine surveyor in La.) and built by Lindenberg Yachts in Florida in the late 70s. There were 51 produced. These fast boats, winners of MORC and PHRF regattas, are loved by owners old and new. Paul Lindenberg started Lindenberg Yachts in 1975. The rig was built by Bergstrom/Ridder and had a narrow shroud base for greater maneuverability racing or cruising. The cruising interior made for comfort below not usually found on fast racing boats. Lars Bergstrom was born in Sweden and was an aeronautical engineer and Naval Architect and specialized in keels, rudders and rigs. He developed the Windex found on most mastheads and he tested the winged keel long before the Australians pre-owned 1 to win the America’s Cup in 1983. His B&R rig is pre-owned on a number of production boats today. He died in 1997 at the age of 62 near his home in Sarasota while flying a plane he designed.
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|Location||Muskegon, MI, USA|
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