built in 1967

by Liam Minogue

She was built in 1967.

Has been used mostly in salt water on the west coast of Ireland.

I am going to refurbish the interior and build an enclosed wheelhouse.

I am taking her inland and will use her to cruise the river Shannon and adjourning canals.

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Might this boat be Swedish?
by: Anonymous

Hi! Boat looks great!

She also looks like she may have been drawn by Swedish designer Tord Sunden.

Do you have more pics?

Can you tell us how long she is?

by: Mike

She’s a fine looking boat and the Shannon is a lovely cruising area.

Do please keep us updated with your progress.



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