Re: hanging boat
- From: Jonny <jonny.cantwell@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 08:51:09 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 28, 3:07 am, Carl Douglas <c...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 27/04/2011 14:28, Jonny wrote:
On Apr 24, 9:57 pm, Carl Douglas<c...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
OK. I'll come clean. I hate museum pieces.
Carl, did you get my email about the 1950's gig rigged Danish touring
four that I have?
Jonny has my reply on that one. It's not something I can take on, but I
do think this is a boat which someone would be happy love to breath back
into life. He might get some useful answers if he were to put it to RSR
as a whole.
What say you, mate?
Free to good home.
One 1950s (I'll see if I can find the original purchase paperwork - I
have seen it!) Danish touring coxed four.
Clinker planked. Gig rigged. Mostly complete. Needs some specialist
repairs, but way too good to dispose of.
Our plan is to send a 1997 Janousek 8 back to the UK for sale (anyone?
HWT, good condition) as there is no market for it amongst the 'little
people' in Hong Kong. If we're going to be up for the cost of a
container, why not shove this other boat in as well?
I'd like to see it go to a timber boat enthusiast or club that will
repair it and use it. One condition - club members from here can come
and take the boat for a row if they are in town.
Photos - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/fbx/?set=a.37217146512.44524.582411512&l=680fa1eb28
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