A beautiful old lady

by Anne Barr
(Baltimore Ireland)

My boat is 100 years old.

I bought her last year, having worked and sailed on her 20 years ago which left me with very good memories.

She was rotting in the mud and I was in need of a home so....

She needs a lot of TLC to put it mildly but she mostly sound.

I am just getting the courage now to re-design her to my liking to get more head-room.

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by: dave watsonAnonymous

Hi Anne,
Hope all is well with you.

Good to see that you've taken on the old gal.

It would have been a great pity if she just fell apart.

I live on a boat myself these days and live a fairly peaceful life.

I'm teetotal vege non smoker but I've been in a bad state and its a wonder I didn't drown in the Thames or in my own tears, pour me!

Oops I mean poor me if you want to get in touch my email is cosmicdave@live.co.uk

Beautiful Ladies
by: Mike

Hi Anne,

She certainly is a beautiful Lady.

And what a superbly interesting project you and her are involved in.

I hope you will keep us updated as to your progress.

If you want to add anything to this page, photos or text you can email it to me at mike@diy-wood-boat.com and I can add it for you.

Best wishes to both you beautiful Ladies.

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