Built by Bond’s of Maidenhead in 1933, she was purchased by the current owners at the Phillips auction in Henley on Thames in 1999. Shortly after she underwent a full restoration by Woottens Boatyard, and has been excellently maintained since with a comprehensive history from Hambleden Marina and Henwood & Dean Boatbuilders. The cabin and decks have been revarnished Spring 2019, with a new canopy in 2018.
Beam: 6ft 7ins
Draft: 1ft 10ins
Engine: WaterMota Sea Wolf No.E7779. A late model of this reliable 4 cylinder petrol engine with heat exchanger and Zenith Carburetor.
Further details: New hood 2018. She is a cabin day launch with an open forward cockpit and a forward steering position, aft of which is a day cabin with side seating, a small galley and toilet compartment. In the stern is a small open aft cockpit. The hull is of single chine construction with fore and aft carvel planking. She has a straight stem and flat transom and mahogany decks and covering boards. Equipment includes Hoods and covers, including overall winter cover, carpets, and upholstery. Boat safety certificate to 2021. 2018 River Thames Licence.