|Sail no.||Boat name:||Owner(s):||Harbour:|
|162||Sisse||Ditte Dangaard Christensen||Skive|
|270||Sara VI||Lotta Knopp||Helsinki|
|466||Pinnjstagginj||Kasper Karlsen||Margretheholms Havn|
|492||Soprano||Henrik Mikael Møller||Svanemøllehavnen|
|M24 - S358||GuldGa'sen||Inga og Ole Nørskov-Nielsen||Frederikssund|
|NO 15569||Dagny||Anne Berggraf||Oslo|
It has proven to be one of the smaller sailboats that really meet the requirements for offshore sailing – there are Misil owners who have sailed all the way from Sweden to the Caribbean.
Misil II has a practical cockpit, with its laces easily accessible in front of the helmsman and with the ratchet mounted on the stern. The first Misil II’s had the rootstock mounted in the cockpit, but this was quickly changed to outside the cockpit for better comfort.
Misil II has either an outboard engine or an inboard engine. “II” stands for 2nd version, after Misil I, and Misil II became “Boat of the Year” in 1972.
HR 24 Misil II videos:
You are very welcome to discuss the HR 24 Misil II below, and share your experinces with the rest of HR-Club. Please register at Disqus – is done very quick and easy!!