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maggi57
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i think i have the name right hearts cruisers thorpe in norwich  

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Yes you have Maggi ,ibought one of there old boats

kindest regards . malcolm wilkinson

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Another couple from Brundall, Pirate Craft who became Bucaneer Boats I think. Also I think it was Alexander Cruisers, the one Robin Godber did the book about.

Trevor

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Have Jenners of Thorpe been mentioned?
Also,tiny 2 boar yard at Brundall, H T Ody
Hired lovely 22ft 2 berth St Malo from there about 1958.


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Sorry, 2 boat yard not 2 boar!
Made a pigs ear of typing!

Cheers, Johnboy

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Don't forget Crown Cruisers of Somerleyton   Smile



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Redline Potter Heigham
H.A.Simpson Wayford Bridge
Poolcraft Beccles


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Bondons (South Walsham), Clifford E Allen (Coltishall), Belaugh Boats (Belaugh).  I think there was also a boatyard at Neatishead, possibly Neatishead Boats?

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Turners of Horning, Johnson’s of Waxham.

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Crown Cruisers at Somerleyton were, of course, Ripplecraft first.

"There are old pilots.  There
are bold pilots............."

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