(Amsterdam, The Netherlan)
Dutch classic plywood sailboat, built in Nijmegen by the "Salamander" shipyard in 1954, designed by H. Malcorps.
I have just repainted the hull, we'll spend this summer to know each other and to plan the restoration works.
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