NY-30 #9 Amorita
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NY30 #9 Amorita
(Adelaide II) Amorita was given her new name by her second owner in 1910, and has been unchanged ever since. Thus Amorita is generally synonymous with NY-9. After many loving caretakers, 30+ years in the great lakes, and several refits, she found herself in dire-straights in the late-70's. Her original total refit took place in 1981 by her current owner and then extensive upgrades/re-fits were completed in 1994 and in 2005. In 1995 she re-entered the rolls of the NYYC where she has since regularly participated in the Annual Regatta & Cruise among numerous regattas in the region. In 2007, she was the victim of a horrendous crash that sent her to the bottom but survived with an amazing story of her rescue and rebuild.  She winters in Mystic, CT and summers in Newport, Rhode Island.

Click to view the film trailer: 07.07.07 Amorita's Unlucky Day

Amorita has long been revered both for her beauty and extensive racing successes, she sails with her original rig and cabin layout. We invite you to explore the links above to learn about her remarkable history!

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