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Thread: AIBE, S1 TUMLAREN

  1. #1
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    Hello, I'm the happy new owner of AIBE : she's now sailing in France, exactly in Gulf of Morbihan. I'm looking for all informations about the origin of her name AIBE : if somebody can help me about that, .... I'm also looking for the originals plans of TUMLAREN.
    Regards

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    Welcome to the forum, and congratulations! I don't know if I can be of any help, but maybe someone like uncas can be of assistance. Do you happen to have a website or any photos of AIBE?

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    S1 ?
    Pretty fancy number.

    My guess is that the name is a mix of the first letters of the original owner's family. Something like that. Can't think of any word it resembles.

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    I have an old magazine article with plans in it. If you want the full size scans you should be able to download Tumlaren.rar from Rapidshare.






    [ 11-07-2005, 10:16 PM: Message edited by: Aramas ]

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    Default Re: AIBE, S1 TUMLAREN

    Hello! The name Aibe i s from my grandfather and grandmother AIna and BEngt Kinde, Bengt Kinde was the first owner!

    Fredrik Kinde Sweden

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    Default Re: AIBE, S1 TUMLAREN

    This Forum is an amazing place.

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    Default Re: AIBE, S1 TUMLAREN

    Congratulations.
    I have a Tumlaren that was launched in 93. I know nothing of AIBE, but I can answer general questions if you'd like.

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    Default Re: AIBE, S1 TUMLAREN

    You can try and get copies of plans from the Swedish National Maritime Museum: http://www.sjohistoriska.se/
    Nice boat!

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