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I know the one your talking about I will be using one of them inside to lift from the wheelchair to the bed, I have taken a few measurements of local floating jetties and they are all in and around 50 cm to the water and will be level with my floor so it will be a handy run in and the ramp won't need to be much longer than the width of the fenders, it will probably mean I have to stay away from fixed moorings Both my wife and son are in wheelchairs and I'm not keen of the idea of them hanging from a hoist especially if it's raining out as it does the odd day here in Ireland.
So after doing a bit more scraping and sanding I found her name " Gay Lady" or maybe gay lady 2 and some other words that one of you might be able to work out. I also fond her Broads number F28 and believe she left England in 87.
OK, I've not read all 37 pages (job application to complete today ) but ... that is absolutely stunning I just can't believe that you lost it It just goes to show the perils of classic boats with no inbuilt buoyancy. Luckily you were safe and I hope you do find her. A full catch up will be my reward to myself once "send" is pressed in a couple of hours