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Previously having been sunk, and was filling with rain water, we rescued this little Buckingham 20.  One winter of weekends/evenings work, and now we have her afloat at our mooring at Upton dyke.  We live 250 miles away and try get down to enjoy as much time as possible on the broads.  Roll on Friday 18th July we will have a full 16 days, can't wait. Hope to make a few more friends while we are down.


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As she looks now


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after emptying the water


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Finished galley, every thing removed all rebuilt.


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The heads under the lift up surface.


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What a fantastic achievement...well done indeed! Cheers

Wouldn't think it was the same boat. You must be very proud...and rightly so.

John

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The restoration work you've undertaken is a real credit to you.

Hope you have a wonderful, relaxing holiday afloat - enjoying the fruits of your labours  Smile

Cheers

Steve.

Steve & Maggie.

Magellan (Westward 38)

Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !

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well done what a great job, much hard work im sure, now i hope you have many happy holidays onboard. Smile

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another boat saved,well done you. hope you have many wonderful times aboard. enjoy.

I wanted to add a witty slogan,but like women and moorings,all the best ones were already taken.
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Roll on Friday 18th July we will have a full 16 days, can't wait. Hope to make a few more friends while we are down.

Maybe we'll see you about as were up for next 6 weeks on and off with different gran kids......

http://www.reelbearings.co.uk are suppliers to the worlds top casters and anglers.

Tight lines

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