Classic French Trawler

by Clive Anderson
(Wales)

FLARED BOW, TRANSOM STERN.

MASSIVE CONSTRUCTION.

36'X12' OAK PLANKING ON GROWN FRAMES,MOSTLY GOOD
CONDITION.


BULWARKS POOR.

READY TO FIT OUT.

VETUS HAUDRALIC STEERING , BIG STERNGEAR.

NO ENGINE.

PRESENTLY USED AS OFF GRID LIVEABOARD WITH
TEMPORARY INSULATED COVER.

MAKE NICE TRADITIONAL YACHT.

AFLOAT WEST WALES.

CAN ARRANGE DELIVERY AT COST.

KEEN TO SELL, OFFER WELCOME.

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Feb 15, 2012
Possible to view?
by: Chris

Is it possible to view?

my email soar at bepo dot net. Thanks! msg date 15-feb-2012

Chris




Nov 11, 2011
hi
by: tony the boat

Where is she and can you give me a email contact and rough idea of what you would like for her?

I'm in Swansea regards




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