Topic: Bourne 30


beely    -- Feb-3-2008 @ 6:10 PM
  Hi,can anyone tell me who built viceroy 3,it`s a  Bourne 30 and was first owned by the Norfolk Broads Yachting Co,thanks,Beely.


DorsetHelmsman    -- Feb-3-2008 @ 7:20 PM
  There will be plenty of info soon when the experts see your post


billmaxted    -- Feb-3-2008 @ 7:48 PM
  Built? Moulding from A.F. and topped and fitted out by the old NBYC probably at the old Compass Craft yard in Horning.  There is one of their's which although a standard length is wider in the beam and a very nice boat as a result.

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)


beely    -- Feb-5-2008 @ 8:02 PM
  Bill, was the A/F moulding the same one used for the  broom skipper/30 ,do you know the width of the wide one.Beely


billmaxted    -- Feb-6-2008 @ 7:17 AM
  Yes I think so 10ft wide  Smile

Bill...(The Ancient Mardler)


gancanny    -- Feb-6-2008 @ 5:05 PM
 
hi bill,

        i hired a viceroy from NBYC in the very early 70's and i am sure they were then based in wroxham, somewhere near to what is now roy's diy dept or where smith's run from.    any idea when they moved from horning, i remember an elderly couple running the yard.

p s   my broom skipper was 30 x 10ft 6 in


     alan

tell me where i am pilot,
not where i should be


Craig    -- Feb-8-2008 @ 10:41 PM
  The Viceroys were built when NBYCo was in Hoveton - in those days NBYCo was based where Geo.Smiths are now (Smiths were based where Brinks daylaunches are now).

Viceroy 3 was built in (or for) the 1975 season

Craig
http://www.horning.org.uk
http://boats.horning.org.uk
http://broadlandarchive.horning.org.uk


beely    -- Feb-8-2008 @ 11:33 PM
  Hi Craig
According to your website history, NBYCo made 2 Viceroy IIIs. One, 1975 J625, and one 1979 M142. J625 was sold in 1979. The one I am talking about is M142 previously called Zigeuner and now re-named, Krysella II. This is the boat that I am trying to trace the history of. Thanks
Beely


Craig    -- Feb-9-2008 @ 11:54 PM
  Oops Blush  forgot that complication - however, NBYCo were still in Hoveton in 1979, but I'm afraid I don't know what happened to her between their ownership and becoming Zigeuner - I'll add her new name to the database, do you know when it changed?

Craig
http://www.horning.org.uk
http://boats.horning.org.uk
http://broadlandarchive.horning.org.uk

This message was edited by Craig on Feb-9-08 @ 11:56 PM


beely    -- Feb-10-2008 @ 10:32 AM
  Hi Craig,It changed last week,should soon have the full history from B/A,will keep you posted,Beely


Laser75195    -- Oct-11-2020 @ 7:12 PM
  Hi, I am sure you have the history of Viceroy by now, but it was my father, Alastair Newman, who designed her when he owned The Norfolk Broads Yachting Company in Church Road, Wroxham, next door to Jeckells, in those days. The boat builder was Russell Smith, who was also the yard foreman. She is indeed built on a Bourne 30 hull (From Aquafibre in Rackheath), and was unusual in that she had blue gel coat underneath her hull from just above her waterline. He built 4 Viceroys.


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