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The 12 Meter Intrepid, two-time Defender of the America's Cup, is one of the most famous racing yachts of all time. Built by Minneford Yachtyard in City Island, NY (USA) in 1967, she was known as "the people's choice" because of her popular appeal.  She remained a competitive America's Cup Contender well into the era of the aluminum Twelves. Intrepid was the last classic wooden yacht to defend the Cup, in 1967 and 1970.  She defeated Columbia in the 1967 America's Cup defender trials.  

 

This beautiful watercolor reproduction is printed on watercolor paper and as a result, looks so much like an original, that it is virtually impossible to tell them apart.  Artist Y.E. Soderberg.  Print size 18" x 24."  Recommended mat size - 20" x 24" with mat opening of 13 5/8" x 17 5/8".