Maestro has Sold!
Detailed Sale Document
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Maestro sold to Tim Slaney in February, 2004.
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History and Background
Maestro is a red
41 foot sloop rigged sailboat owned by
David Shore, and sailed from the Royal Vancouver
Yacht Club, in Vancouver, Canada. She was designed by Cuthbertson and Cassion
(C&C) and built by Capitol Yachts in California. Maestro has been featured
in an article in Pacific
Yachting in July 1998, on the cover of Northwest
Yachting in August, 2000 and Sail
magazine June 2001. The Newport 41 was also
reviewed by Practical Sailor in
November, 2003. Maestro is shown to the right on the cover of the VARC
yearbook racing with
her sister ship Nostradamus, in the 1997 Heineken Cup in Vancouver.
has won her division at least once in
Southern Straits, Swiftsure, the
Victoria to Maui race,
the Easter Seals Regatta
and each of the 14 races organized by the Vancouver Area Racing Council. Maestro was included in the 1995
48 North magazine
Can-Am top five for best results of all boats in the
Whidbey Race Week, Straits
and Swiftsure regattas that year. Maestro
be found cruising the waters of Howe Sound, Desolation Sound, the Gulf Islands and San Juan
Islands (Vancouver Island Map)
in the summer.