Builder and age unknown, possibly Cookham, Berkshire, in the early 1900’s.
Construction: Queensland Red Cedar on Oak.
All thwarts removable to create a good sleeping space.
Removable stern locker.
Excellent write-up from the owner on work carried out since his ownership along with her usage including Swan Upping, exhibited in a small boat festival at the National Maritime Museum and used in a re-enactment of Jerome K Jerome’s “Three Men in a Boat” that featured on the front page of the Sunday Times and the back page of The Observer.
For almost 30 years she has been kept undercover in a well ventilated boat house.
Inventory: PVC custom cover and hoops / custom camping cover and hoops / 2 pairs of sculls / mooring ropes / two-leaf table /skiff trolley.
Owner’s Note: She weighs rather less than many other skiffs which allows for an easy lift and her shape makes her fast in the water.
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The owner assures us that, to the best of his knowledge, these particulars are correct, but we, not necessarily having inspected this vessel, cannot guarantee this accuracy. The craft is offered subject to being unsold. We recommend that the customer check the above information and the condition of the craft, or commission a qualified surveyor to do this.
Contact Sarah Woolley 0779 965 4113 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stanley & Thomas Boat Builders - Tom Jones Boatyard, Romney Lock,
Riverside Walk, Windsor, Berkshire Tel: 01753 833 166
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