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DanHorner
Oct-19-2004 @ 8:54 PM                           Permalink
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Anyone ready to play again?!
Name the boat and boatyard in the pic, if you name the mould design as well you get a bonus point (just for roya that one!)
Name and i.d numbers disguised again, in my usual discreet way!!!


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HI DAN the only boat i have ever hired that looks like your photo is LADY OF THE LAKE.All the best roya.

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Hi Roy,
I know the boat you mean - it is a similar style (and colour), but a slightly differenr 42ft mould whereas this one in question is 35ft.

I'm sure someone knows the answer........

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Oct-20-2004 @ 7:34 PM                           Permalink
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I'm pretty sure it's an Aquafibre 35.
Could it be a Broom Commander or a Richardson's San Moritz?

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Oct-20-2004 @ 8:29 PM                           Permalink
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Geoff,
your kind of on the right lines here - I think this mould did in time become an Aquafibre 35 (the style of San Moritz, Broadland Breeze etc), however the one in question is an Elysian mould (the style pre Aquafibre's adapted style).

It may help to know that the boat is moored at its hirebase, and the picture's from 1996.



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Could it possibly be, Horning Pleasurecraft's Adriatic?

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Oct-22-2004 @ 9:21 AM                           Permalink
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Geoff,
Your incredibly close here - most of this class of boat became Adriatic's after leaving this fleet - although this particular one was sold.

The company in question only ran for two seasons, and was ran in conjunction with Horning Pleasurecraft, so I'm hoping I've not made this one too difficult...........does anyone know the fleet I'm getting at?

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Dan,Club Cruisers I think (based in Woods Dyke Horning),No idea of craft.Have a wild guess at Knave of Clubs?
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Hi Fred,
Not Club Cruisers, although the name of the fleet was a shape I guess, and they were on Woods Dyke - opposite Horning Pleasurecraft.  If my memory of the boatyards on Horning Riverside Estate is correct the year previous it was the site of Compass Craft.

The name of the boat is ******* Lady.

Hope this makes it easier - final clue - they were owned and operated by New Horizon.

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Hi Dan,
I think I've got it this time, Diamond Cruiser's, Diamond Lady!

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