Year of manufacture: 1920
This is one of the most beautifully maintained split-deck motor launches in this part of the country. Ideal for discovering inland water ways and canals. Her original Petter 2 cylinder engine has a closed cooling system with dry exhaust and is to die for when you hear her gently ticking over.
The engine room is situated in the forecastle.
The vessel’s steel hull below the waterline has been professionally doubled. She has a teak wheelhouse with brass foreward facing windows, two of which can be opened. She has a lot of heavy brass fittings and is equipped with an anchor winch with chain and stainless steel anchor, fishfinder and echo sounder. The rear cockpit is self draining.
Her air draft is only 1.75 meters with her mast in the lowered position.