Fare da Magia

by Andrew Peters
(Hobart Tasmania)

At The Australian Wooden Boat Festival

At The Australian Wooden Boat Festival

At The Australian Wooden Boat Festival

Fare da Magia

16 foot runabout.

Cold moulded ply construction from Tasmainian Myrtle with celery top frames.

50 Horsepower mercury engine - fully rebuilt and re painted

Construction photos can be seen on www.diy-wood-boat.com by following this link

Located in Hobart, Tasmania. Australia

Will include all safety gear etc

Contact via email andrew(at)justframes.com.au

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