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Thanks for putting up the pic of JUNE at Tarbert Jamie. She was at Dunstaffnage Marina during winter 2009/10 one of the coldest we have had. Thankfully I'd not listened to the optimists who considered the Gulf Stream a blessing which makes it a safe bet not to bother with antifreeze in the exhausts....
I like the look of the varnished wood on Shelagh against the white of the hull . She looks very good indeed. Lots of work yet I expect but pretty good progress. It is indeed a pity that Javalin ended up being destroyed in such a manner , how different an outcome from that of he 30ft Silverette 'Ginn...
- Thu Sep 02, 2010 11:50 am
- Forum: Pleasure Craft
- Topic: James Silver - Silverette
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Very interested in the work that you are doing on Shelagh. Impressive. Keep posting the photos as work progresses also some of the gritty detail from the planking if you have any. My particular interest is that my wife and I jointly own "June", she is a 36ft Silverette also of 1936 vintage. Are ther...