LADY EVELYN 004
Uploaded by sailing by , Jun 14 2012 06:32 PM
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SHOULD OF CAULKED THE BOTTOM BEFORE SORTING THE TOP.
I read somewhere that she kept getting bounced on the bottom every time a sea was running and spewed all her caulking. Not the most sheltered of places is Oban bay.
Angus she fell over during the gales in the winter and her leg ripped a hole in her she was then beyond saving and was cut up by the council in Feb/March 2012. The guy that owned her has now got Amaranth which was up on Kerrera slip over the winter totally recaulked and is now back in the water on a swinging mooring.
is that the amaranth that was renamed the morven
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