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Eisvogel, Ex Reiher 1935, Ex Gladeye.

Eisvogel, Ex Reiher 1935, Ex Gladeye.

  • Jul 21, 2008

Iain Crosbie

  • Jul 22, 2008

From my 1975 copy of Lloyds Register of Yachts: Gladeye, ex Reiher, Sail No 8, Official No 181874. Owner: HM Government Household Division Sailing Association, London. Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen at Lemwerder 1935. New Perkins 4cyl diesel in 1972. I wonder if this was taken as war reparations, perhaps at Kiel, after the war?  

Morning Iain, Gladeye was based Cowes/Solent 50's-60's, known locally as an 'Army' boat [keep clear and fenders handy], believe taken over at Keil after War 1945; I'm sure there are others out there with a greater detailed knowledge of history. There were several similar size boats operated by various branches of Services, again in and around the Solent Area. Regards..........................WLH  

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  • Apr 22, 2014

She was built to train fighter pilots in navigation pre 2nd world war, rumour has it that Hitler got his eye on her a used her as one of his private boats, I was a member of the crew who tried to bring her back from Villamoura to Southampton for a major refit as after lying in portugal for a few years with little or no maintainance her decks leak quite badly, we got as far as Baleira but had to go into Lagos after nearly being capsized in a massive storm, there were quite a few pieces of paperwork on board going back to her wartime days and it was a strange feeling knowing that Hitler could have sat in the same seats that we used, she had 4 single berths and a double bedded berth, she is still in Lagos now and apparently a tourist attraction as a lot of people know her past and turn up to take photo's of her. Regards, Steve.  

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Gladeye class 5 irc, boat details.

Sail numberGBR8238T
Handicap0.986
Days enteredSSMTWTFS
Entered byHousehold Division
SkipperMajor Simon Carpenter
Design typeSwan 391
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Year built0
Number of crew8
Berthing during eventNot yet known

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The crew is made up of young officers from the Household Division, largely from the Household Cavalry and the Foot Guards. The Regiments of the Household Division have been regularly deployed to Afghanistan for the last few years.
Gladeye is the Household Division Yacht and is used for training soldiers from the Household Division regiments in sailing all year round. It is the third Gladeye since the original yacht was liberated from the Germans at the end of World War 2.

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CallsignMHRT8
FlagUnited Kingdom (UK)
Length / Beam11 / 4 m

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Trip Distance 287.04 nm
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MIN Temp 14.4°C / 57.92°F
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Longitude -5.35855°
Latitude 36.15894°
Status Default
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Area Strait of Gibraltar
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Temperature 19.7°C / 67.46°F
Wind Speed 14 knots
Direction 250° WSW
Pressure 1014.9 hPa
Humidity 55.6 %
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Eisvogel

£ 115,000

A 1935 100 SQ. METRE WINDFALL KETCH designed by Henry Rasmussen & built by Abeking & Rasmussen, Lemwerder, Germany

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HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:

The now famous Windfall Yachts mostly consist of Goering’s fleet of racing vessels which were built for the 1936 Olympics. The Yachts were immaculately maintained throughout the War years and were requisitioned by the British as war reperations and sailed back to the UK from Kiel in 1946.

Relher ,one of the 100 square metre yachts was allocated to the Household Division and re-named Gladeye being primarily used by officers and guardsmen for sail training. The origins of the name Gladeye come from the popular First World War music hall song ‘Give her the glad eye now’

Gladeye achived some racing success during the 1950 and 60’s including the Fastnet, taking a first in A Division Class in 1955. In the mid 1970’s Gladeye , still being sailed by the Household Division Y C was replaced with a more modern vessel and a consortium of three owners purchased her. Robert Smith, John Smith and Elizabeth Taylor from Scotland became registered owners and Gladeye was stationed at Inverness.

The current owner purchased the vessel in the mid 1980’s and re-named her Eisvogel, German for Kingfisher. Since she has won most of the South Coast races in the UK and with the owner at the helm won the cup in an RORC Transatlantic, Las Palmas to Barbados. In a race, Newcastle to Bremerhaven she beat a sister ship (identical hull) by eight hours.

Composite construction with mahogany strakes on oak and steel frames. Yacht laid teak deck and teak coamings, rails, hatches and brightwork. New teak deck fitted in 2010. Complete re-wiring 2011. New keel bolts in 2012 and new stainless steel fuel and water tanks in 2012.

Racing style accommodation for nine in three separate cabins Galley with gimballed gas cooker, two sink units, pantry and crockery lockers. Heads compartment with Jabsco marine wc. 50hp Perkins 4108 diesel engine installed new in 1972. Keel stepped pine masts and spars. Ketch rig sets about 1060 sq. ft. plain sail. Four headsails, two mainsails, mizzen, Hood cruising chute and spinnaker donated by Prince Philip for winning the Fastnet.

11ft Inflatable dinghy (new 2011) with 10hp O B Motor CQR Anchor, Skeg Anchor, re-painted chain 2011. Manual anchor windlass Overall canvas Winter cover, new 2012 Garmin 520, new 2011 VHF with DSC, new 2011 Autohelm Apparant wind, compass, depth and log NavTex with AIS Two bilge blowers, new 2011, automatic electric bilge pump, manual bilge pumps operated from on-deck or below decks Sestral Compass

BROKERS NOTE:

This must be a very rare opportunity indeed to acquire one of the most famous Windfall Yachts. A fascinating and historic yacht currently ashore for a full re-fit. The subject of continual expenditure over an ownership of nearly thirty years to keep Eisvogel in racing condition. Offered at an extremely realistic guide price. Contact us for more information, photographs or an appointment to view. GUIDE: £115,000 LYING: Algarve VIEWING: Classic Yacht Brokerage – +44 (0) 1905-356482 / [email protected]

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Experiential, the origin story.

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Windfall Yachts

Name Class Length m Builder Date of build Summary
PINTA 50 Sq M 10.59 Abeking & Rasmussen 1937 Built as the BRUNHILDE for the Kriegsmarine. Brought back to UK by a RN crew and allocated to the RAYC. Renamed BRYNMERE. Served the Royal Artillery in the UK and Germany until 1970 when she was sold out of service. Renamed PINTA and completely rebuilt.
PIROL 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Allocated to RAF Coastal Command
ROSANNA 50 Sq M 0 Rathje P 1938 Built as the SEENELKA for the Kriegsmarine. 1949 Allocated to the RAYC in Malta as ROSANNA
RUSALKA 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built for The Polish Officers Yacht Club in Gdynia. Captured by the Germans and renamed SPERLING by the Luftwaffe. In 1946 allocated to the RAF (The Poles refer to her being stolen.) Bought in 2001 by private owner.
SEA BREEZE 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the SEEBRISE. Allocated to HMS Hawke as SEA BREEZE. Thence to HMS Caledonia by 1965. Nov 2006 was sold to a German owner who brought the boat from Brittany to Bremen by trailer.
SEA EAGLE 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the SEEFALKE II. Alocated to RAYC as SEA EAGLE.
SEA HEXE 50 Sq M 0 Wilke B Built as the SEEHEXE. Allocated to the NAC as SEA HEXE. One of a group of 10 were back to Portsmouth by volunteers from RN ships, From 1946 to 1970 she was the property of HMG for sail training at HMS Daedalus.
SEA FEATHER 50 Sq M 0 Built as the SEEFEDER. Allocated to HMS Ganges as SEA FEATHER
SEA HORSE 50 Sq M 0 Built as the SEEPFERDCHEN. Allocated to the RN Barracks Portsmouth as SEA HORSE.
SEA MEW 50 Sq M 0 Built as the SEEMOWE. Allocated to REYC as TORCH later SEA MEW.
SEA OTTER 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the SEEOTTER. Allocated to HMS Vernon as SEA OTTER
SEA SWALLOW V 81 50 Sq M 0 Burmester Built as the SEESCHWALBE. Allocated to HMS Defiance as SEA SWALLOW. 1960c listed as a recreational yacht at Air Home
SEA WRAITH V 48 50 Sq M 0 Howaid Built as the SEEGEIST. Allocated to HMS Excellent as SEA WRAITH. Sold out of service in 1963. Reported moved to Forres for restoration by her new owner.
SEEFALKE V 30? 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the SEEFAKLKE I. Allocated to RM Barracks as SEA SOLDIER
SEEFORELLE 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the SEEFORELLE. Allocated to BKYC
SEERAUBER V 23 50 Sq M 0 Rathje
TANGAIKA 50 Sq M 0 Built as the LEUCHTAFER. Transferred to New Zealand as TANGAIKA
TARMAIN V 100 50 Sq M 0 Built as the NORBEC. Allocated to BRNC as LEOPARD later TARMAIN
THEODORA 50 Sq M 0 Built as the THEODORIC. Allocated to BKYC, RACYC as THEODORA
THOR V 92 50 Sq M 0 M&P
TOPSY II V 36 50 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen Built as the DOMPFAFF. Allocated to RNEC as TOPSY II
SEA SCAMP V 43 (ZEISIG) 50 Sq M 12.5 1936 Built as the ZEISIG for the Luftwaffe at Keil. Taken by the Royal Marines at Eastleigh, Portsmouth; renamed SEASCAMP. 1954 to RN Plymouth, shared with RBNC Dartmouth, the Sea Cadet Corps until sold 1984 to the SEA SCAMP syndicate.
FLAMINGO X 9 100 Sq M 16.76 Abeking & Rasmussen 1935 Built for Luftwaffe. Allotted to BKYC. The last Windfall in Service use.
GLADEYE X 8 100 Sq M 16.72 Abeking & Rasmussen 1935 Built as the REIHER for the Luftwaffe. Transferred to the Household Division as GLADEYE.
KONIGIN X 6 100 Sq M 16.8 Abeking & Rasmussen 1935 Allocated to BKYC
KRANICH XI 6 100 Sq M 17.1 Gerdhardt Kroger Werft 1936 Built for the Luftwaffe. Allocated to BKYC
MARABU X 10 100 Sq M 16.72 Gerdhardt Kroger Werft Built for the Luftwaffe. Allocated to HMS Excellent. Sailed by British servicemen afterwards. Sold by MOD in 1977. Bought by Marbus syndicate now the MARABU sailing club in 1978.
OVERLORD XI 3 100 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen 1936 Designed by H Rasmussen, as the PELIKAN for the Lufwaffe. Allocated to the Royal Engineer Yacht Club as OVERLORD. Sold 1961 to private owner. Now owned by the Offshore Cruising Club and believed to be the only 100sq metre on the British Register
ROBBE XL 8 100 Sq M 0 Burmeister 1937 Transferred to the School of Infantry, 1946 and subsequently to the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst since 1950. Sold to private owner in 1960. Later in Norway.
SEA LION XI 2 100 Sq M 0 Abeking & Rasmussen 1936 Built as AUSTERNFISCHER. Allocated to the RAF Yacht Club as SEA LION. Lost off Alderney in 1955 having been dismasted and taken a tow when problems caused her to either be broken up or towed under by a much larger ship.
AVALANCHE OF ALDERSHOT 100 Sq M 17.06 Gerdhardt Kroger Werft 1936 Built as STORCH for Luftwaffe. Allocated to Royal Engineer Yacht Club as AVALANCHE OF ALDERSHOT. Kept in Kiel yacht club
MERLIN 100 Sq M 16.76 Burmeister Built as WAL. Sailed to the UK in 1946 but later found to be privately owned. Allocated to HMS Collingwood and renamed MERLIN. 1960c Listed as a Training yacht allocated to Air Home
AEGIR X 150 Sq M 0 Allocated to BKYC
CAPELLA 90 Sq M 15.4 Built as the BORKUM. Allocated to the RNVR and renamed CAPELLA
CORSAIR 12.19 Built as the KORSAR a 40 ft cutter. Allocated 1955 to HMS St Vincent
DUHEN 25.9 Built as the DUHNEN an 85ft schooner. Sold on arrival in UK
EDITH VII 0 Built as the EDITH VII a 35 tons. Unallocated 1947
AQUILA 85 Sq M 14.86 1921 Built as the ADLER. Allocated to the RNEC as GALAHAD. Then renamed AQUILLA and kept at Shaldon.
GODECKE MICHEL 189 Sq M 0 Built as the GODECKE MICHEL. Unallocated late 1946
HEIMAT 0 Built as the HEIMAT a 52ft Ketch. Sold on arrival in UK
HUSKY 18.4 1936 Built as the SEEWOLF a 26 ton composite Ketch. Allocated to the REYC as HUSKY but in private ownership by 1953. Name reverted to SEEWOLF by 1970
JACUNDA 150 Sq M 0 Built as the JACUNDA a 150 square metre yacht for. Allocated to the BKYC
JOASS 0 Built as the JOASS. Allocated to the RN Nore
JUTTA 10.06 1938 Built as the JUTTA. Allocated to RN Nore. 1960c listed as a recreational yacht in Scotland for HMS Adamant
KORMORAN 100 Sq M 15.4 1929 Built as the CORMORAN a 50 ft ketch. Allocated to the RAF Maintenance Command & 90 Group
LADY EVE 90 Sq M 0 Built as the LADY EVE a 90 square metre yacht. Disposed of 1946
LIVELY 125 Sq M 0 Built as the LIVELY a 125 square metre yacht. Allocated to BKYC
MELBA 90 Sq M 0 Built as the MELBA, possibly 90 sq M. Disposed of 1946 to Tank Corps as ALAMEIN OF POOLE
NIMROD 39 Sq M 0 Built as the NECK a 39 square metre. Allocated to RN Portland as NIMROD
NORDWIND 0 Built as the NORDWIND a 60 ton yawl sold on arrival in UK to private owner

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  1. Gladeye x Three

    Many generations of Guardsmen have sailed on Gladeye over the years, and the photo here captures her in three guises, from the early 1970s to the present day. Left. Gladeye II, Laurent Giles designed Moody 44 Ketch, Gladeye in the 1970s and 1980s. Centre. Gladeye III, Holman & Pye Oyster 36 Heritage, now owned by Lance Sergeant Court, formerly ...

  2. Eisvogel, Ex Reiher 1935, Ex Gladeye.

    Registered. Joined Dec 8, 2005. 70 Posts. Jul 22, 2008. From my 1975 copy of Lloyds Register of Yachts: Gladeye, ex Reiher, Sail No 8, Official No 181874. Owner: HM Government Household Division Sailing Association, London. Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen at Lemwerder 1935. New Perkins 4cyl diesel in 1972.

  3. Gladeye

    Gladeye is a yacht owned by the Household Division. Over the years, thousands of Guardsmen of all ranks have learned to #sail and #explored the world from the decks of this famous #yacht. #irishguards . The Household Division British Army Guards Recruiting Guards Training Company Army Sailing Association The Army in London - HQ London District.

  4. The Harrison Butler Association : The Windfall Yachts

    Corrections and additions are most welcome along with any more specific information (including photographs) on any of the individual boats. Emails to Martin Hansen , please. A : The Windfall Yachts. Aase 30. Adler (Became Aquilla) 85. Aegir (Became Suna) 30. Aegir X 150. Allemane (Became Avalon) 30. Angela (ex Gote) 30.

  5. Cowes Week

    Gladeye is the Household Division Yacht and is used for training soldiers from the Household Division regiments in sailing all year round. It is the third Gladeye since the original yacht was liberated from the Germans at the end of World War 2. Cowes Week Limited, Regatta House, 18 Bath Road, Cowes PO31 7QN, United Kingdom. ...

  6. GLADEYE III, Sailing vessel

    Vessels. Miscellaneous. GLADEYE III. The current position of GLADEYE III is at West Mediterranean reported 22 days ago by AIS. The vessel is sailing at a speed of 0.1 knots. The vessel GLADEYE III (MMSI 235009066) is a Sailing vessel and currently sailing under the flag of United Kingdom (UK) . Plans & Prices. Track on Map Add Photo.

  7. GLADEYE

    Details and realtime position for the vessel GLADEYE with MMSI 235012787, IMO that is registered in [GB] United Kingdom

  8. GLADEYE III

    The current position of GLADEYE III is in Strait of Gibraltar with coordinates 36.15894° / -5.35855° as reported on 2024-05-20 11:57 by AIS to our vessel tracker app. The vessel's current speed is 0.1 Knots and is currently inside the port of GIBRALTAR.. The vessel GLADEYE III (MMSI: 235009066) is a Sailing It's sailing under the flag of [GB] United Kingdom.

  9. Vessel GLADEYE (Sailing ship) IMO —, MMSI 235012787

    Vessel position, logs and particulars for Sailing ship GLADEYE at FleetMon.com, the global ship database. Important note: for the migration of FleetMon products into MarineTraffic platform, we are discontinuing all account logins here by 25.02.2024.

  10. The Grenadiers are on the Household...

    The Grenadiers are on the Household Division Yacht Gladeye this week sailing from Gosport to Poole and then all the way around the Isle of Wight earning their RYA Competent Crew qualification. The Grenadiers are on the Household...

  11. Eisvogel

    The Yachts were immaculately maintained throughout the War years and were requisitioned by the British as war reperations and sailed back to the UK from Kiel in 1946. Relher ,one of the 100 square metre yachts was allocated to the Household Division and re-named Gladeye being primarily used by officers and guardsmen for sail training.

  12. The Guards Magazine

    Bob was an accomplished skipper who raced the Household Brigade Yacht Club's 'Windfall' yacht Gladeye achieving notable success in the 1951 Fastnet, and later his own Silvio; he was Commodore of the Household Division Yacht Club in his turn. Bob was an accomplished gardener too, collecting '150 or so, or a little more' types of ...

  13. Ship GLADEYE III (Sailing Vessel) Registered in United Kingdom

    Vessel GLADEYE III is a Sailing Vessel, Registered in United Kingdom. Discover the vessel's particulars, including capacity, machinery, photos and ownership. Get the details of the current Voyage of GLADEYE III including Position, Port Calls, Destination, ETA and Distance travelled - IMO 0, MMSI 235009066, Call sign MHRT8

  14. gladeye yacht

    Boat details. Gladeye class 5 irc, boat details, time-on-time allowance table. Cowes Week Limited, Regatta House, 18 Bath Road, Cowes PO31 7QN, United Kingdom. Cowes Week is a reg

  15. Skipper Needed for a Unit Sail-...

    An opportunity to skipper the HDiv yacht 'Gladeye' from 30 Aug to 3 Sept. YM Coastal qualification required. The Yacht is a Nautor Swan 39' and will come with a Comp Crew and novices. Organising unit is 1 Coldm Gds. POC is Lt William Hennah. Please contact him at [email protected] if interested

  16. HyperCinema

    HyperCinema - Gladeye. HyperCinema is a groundbreaking entertainment and brand activation venture from Gladeye. The HyperCinema Engine blends storytelling with cutting-edge generative AI to create highly-personalised immersive experiences which make the viewer the star of every show. Client. Gladeye Ventures.

  17. The Guards Magazine

    formerly Coldstream Guards. Hugh Geoffrey Robert Boscawen was born on 7th February 1954 and was the only son of the Honourable Robert Boscawen MC MP and his wife, Mary Codrington. He died, aged 64, on 22nd December 2018 after a gallant struggle against cancer and was buried next to his parents at St Michael Penkivel, near Tregothnan in Cornwall.

  18. Windfall Yachts

    Windfall Yachts were yachts seized from the Germany forces at the end of World War II. They had previously been used for training and recreation. ... GLADEYE X 8: 100 Sq M: 16.72: Abeking & Rasmussen: 1935: Built as the REIHER for the Luftwaffe. Transferred to the Household Division as GLADEYE. KONIGIN X 6: 100 Sq M: 16.8: Abeking & Rasmussen:

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  21. Korolyov, Moscow Oblast

    Korolyov or Korolev (Russian: Королёв, IPA: [kərɐˈlʲɵf]) is an industrial city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, well known as the cradle of Soviet and Russian space exploration.As of the 2010 Census, its population was 183,402, the largest as a science city. As of 2018, the population was more than 222,000 people. It was known as Kaliningrad (Калинингра́д) from 1938 to 1996 ...

  22. Korolyov

    Korolyov or Korolev is an industrial city in Moscow Oblast, Russia, well known as the cradle of Soviet and Russian space exploration. As of the 2010 Census, its population was 183,402, the largest as a science city. As of 2018, the population is more than 220,000 people. It was known as Kaliningrad from 1938 to 1996 and served as the leading ...