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Marshman
Aug-16-2021 @ 11:41 AM                           Permalink
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Auxiliary propulsion? A pair of oars provided presumably as a quant would stick out above the mast!

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Hi Karen,
Thank you for the information. It looks as if the one I own is Whippet 12 but still digging to confirm and I believe it stood for years at Coldham so if anyone has any information on this it would be greatly appreciated especially if anyone can remember the registration number so that I can hopefully have the original number assigned.
All the hard restoration work was carried out by Chris Cox to a very high standard so thanks to him I am now bringing here back to the Broads. The only other surviving Whippet that we know of is in the Midlands and is Whippet 4 (B287 - Midge)

Regards Keith  

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Hi Marshman,
We have a quant LOL

Regards Keith

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