Launched as ‘Dalua’ she was built alongside sistership Bettine. Slight bomb damage whilst in storage during the war. She spent the late 60’s, early 70’s in North of Scotland and was subsequently kept in Rossbrin, West Cork.
Sold to Mr Westerick late 80’s. Late 80’s Stem repair and new teak deck by Pat Lake of Crosshaven following collision with Fishing vessel on passage to the Azores. Sailed trans-Atlantic by Mr Westerick single handed. Spent late 80’s and 90’s in Prickley Bay, Grenada, Lesser Antillies. Sold and shipped to Germany for restoration. Restored at Yachtwerft-Fehmarn, Germany.
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|Built By:||Newman & Sons of Poole|
|LOA m / ft:||10.14m / 33'3"|
|LOD m / ft:||10.05m / 33'|
|LWL m / ft:||7.62m / 25'|
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|Construction:||Teak planking below the waterline, Mahogony above. On a combination of steamed and grown oak frames. Galvinised Steel strap and plate floors. Lead keel. Teak deck on Ceder Tongue & Groove underlay.Teak superstructure. Silver spruce mast. No Engine fitted 1960's-1990's. As Bettine, Coachroof break at mast differs from post war Brittany class yachts.|