This classic Eyemouth design and build underwent a remarkable transformation between 1998 and 2000, evolving into an exceptional pleasure craft. The renovation encompassed several significant upgrades, including the addition of a new wheelhouse and coach roof, meticulously crafted using marine ply and Iroko framing. These enhancements not only improved the aesthetics but also reinforced the boat's structure, ensuring durability for years to come.
The heart of the vessel was reinvigorated with the installation of a reliable ex-Royal Navy Foden engine, securely placed on new engine seats. Complementing this upgrade, new fuel tanks, stern gear, propellers, and shafts were incorporated, all contributing to enhanced performance and fuel efficiency. The introduction of Wills Ridley Hydraulic steering further optimised manoeuvrability, providing smooth and responsive control during cruising.
The boat's robust construction and quality components instil a sense of confidence, making it an ideal companion for venturing into coastal waters. Its seaworthiness allows for enjoyable explorations along the scenic coastlines, while the well-designed wheelhouse offers a comfortable and protected space to relish the stunning views regardless of weather conditions.
Overall, this converted pleasure craft displays a seamless blend of classic charm and modern functionality. Its sturdiness, seaworthiness, and versatility ensure that each excursion is not only safe but also filled with endless excitement, making it a delightful choice for those seeking memorable experiences on the water.
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