Designed by Peter Norlin and built by Broderna Heed, Akersberga, in Sweden in 1981 for Christer Salen, son of Sven Salen she is one in the long run of Sixes named May Be owned by the Salen family. As May Be XIII she took part in the 1988 Europeans at Falmouth when she finished 16th. In 1995, raced by Jan Muller, she finished 16th in the Worlds at Sandhamn. After that she would seem to have dropped out of international reckoning until purchased and re-furbished by Brian Pope in 2010, when sailed by Claude Draeger she competed in the West Country Six-Metre Open meeting.
Since then, Claude Draeger has taken part in most of the La Trinitie and West Country events.