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Hi, I'm back on the forum ! Thanks averybodu for all the information provided that helped me a lot ! I finally registered my boat in France with no problems and very excited to enjoy her in the good days ! A lot of my friends around me keep on telling me she's beautiful. As I'm not in the mood to sell her do you where I could find some sister ships ? In good condition ? Or any classic wooden motor boats not especially a Miss Mischief ? Bye
Hello again Fred I am glad you are enjoying your Miss Mischief a really very pretty boat. I am the worst person to find out about boats for sale they have usually been sold by the time I find out, but if you do find anything either Broads or Landamore please when you have made a decision to buy or not please do post a link up here for us to have a look. Photo of a Landamore Vesta with a Lapstrake on the back. Many of the fiberglass hire dinghies on the Broads today were taken from a Lapstrake dinghy. Barry
" A well balanced man has a drink in each hand " Billy Connolly
This message was edited by springsong on Jan-31-10 @ 10:10 AM
I have just stumbled across this old post whilst looking for something else and wondered if you still have your Miss Mischief? The 'lapstrake' refers to the method of construction that was used. Typically when people say they have a Landamore Lapstrake then they are referring to the small rowing dinghies. The Miss Mischiefs are far less common! I've attached a copy of the original brochure. A Miss Mischief came to the yard only a couple of weeks ago to discuss having a bit of work done, it was in fantastic condition for it's age and a joy to see. I hope you're still enjoying yours.
Jenny (granddaughter of Leslie Landamore, who designed the Miss Mischief and Lapstrake dinghies)