The “Vrijheid” is renamed to “Everdina Maria”

The Vrijheid from my late brother has been sold twice after he passed away. Once to a Danish businessman, but after that to a Dutchman again. This last person had the boat refurbished at the builder warf in Makkum (Fr) to its original state of delivery to my late brother in 2000. Only the hull color has changed from deep blue to white and he renamed the boat after his mother. But all of the linnen and china wear still carries the V in the centre of a
laurel wreath.

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Peter Mantel

Retired from aviation. Adventures with the Asmara. I sail with my two-masted cutter from the North Sea to the Baltic Sea.

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