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Ex Dunkirk Little Ship?

Article about: Hi All. Not found in a barn but floating in a marina. RNY Croft is based on a standard 40' Navel Pinnace hull, constructed in Burmese Teak. Commissioned in 1939 she is unusual in that she wa

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    Cheers Ned. I'm a sucker for old boats lol. Will see if she hangs together when lifted. If so I'll see where she leads me.

    Regards, Mike.

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    I'm not a boat man myself Micky, (I get sea sick on a village pond ) but I wish you all the best with the project, and here's hoping that you get some good news as to whether she actually did do the Dunkirk run.

    Regards etc
    Ian D

    AKA: Jimpy

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    Cheers Ian. Will update as soon as I hear anything.

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    Good luck with this worthy project!
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    Default Quick update.

    Today Croft received a visit from a retired shipwright, He shares my belief that she can be saved subject to her main backbone remaining sound, Being retired he will work on her at a rate I can probably afford. and just to prove there's life in the old girl yet, her engine fired up first turn of the key

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