Stämpfli Express

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The Stämpfli Express (sometimes known as the Stämpfli 24) is a rowing boat for 24 rowers and coxswain made by former Swiss-turned-British manufacturer, Stämpfli. The boat can be rigged for either 24 scullers or for 16 scullers and 8 sweep rowers.

At the 2001 World Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland an attempt was made to break the 2,000 m world record. However, the crew failed to beat the then record of 5 min 22 sec held by the Dutch Men's 8+.

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