Saturday, 7 July 2012

Frederick Parker 32ft Motor Yacht

Had a trip down to Tollesury on Friday to Woodrolfe Yacht Brokers. They always have some lovely old classics on the books.

Galley of Lorne was of carvel planked wooden construction in mahogany on steamed oak wood frames and copper fastened. A long keel with two smaller bilge keels. Her interior has four berths in two cabins. Constructed to a design relevant to the 1960's. She is a product of the era of the tall sided majestic looking Motor Yachts designed specifically for estuary and coastal cruising.

She was originally built for George Campbell, cousin to the 11th Duke of Argyll. She was built to Lloyds 100A1 standard.








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