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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.

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There will be plenty of info soon when the experts see your post

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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.

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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

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Yes I think so 10ft wide  Smile

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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


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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

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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

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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?

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Hi Craig,It changed last week,should soon have the full history from B/A,will keep you posted,Beely

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