The Swedish Yard Fisksätra Varvet started buiding the Storfrida (Great Frida) model in 1969. Between those built in Sweden, until 1980 and those finished in Holland up to 1990, some 220 units were built of this succesful cruiser. Nowadays is commonplace when talking about double enders to mention the heritage of the great Norwegian Architect Colin Archer, a specialist of fishing, exploring and safety boats. But many double enders does not respond to that cliché: for example those drawed by the notorious Danish Knud Reimers, were real racing machines, while keeping that feature. The Storfrida, however, being even faster than many bigger boats of their time, belonged to the Archer type, due to their important displacement, a real good safety feature for a small blue water cruiser like they are. This unit is well kept by her owner. She needs some care on deck for the varnishes and below she needs oil and filters replacement for the engine. She is on the market because change of programs of her owner.