|Wayne Stobbs||18/12/2020 09:05:09|
|1 forum posts|
I recently bought a fantastically well built and fitted “6 Meter” called Myrna. It looks like a relatively recent built of a much older design. Sadly there are no identification details inside the hull, so I wander if this was previously seen by any of you and if you can shed any light on who/where/when it was built.
thanks in advance.
|Malcolm Frary||21/12/2020 10:12:17|
|943 forum posts|
The presence of the Braine self steering says to me that it is a pre-1950s design. Later designs would "probably" carry a vane.
Just what it is, who built it and when are a whole set of different questions.
It is a thing of beauty, though.
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