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The Lone Gull Files

£17.99

Product description

This is the story of finding and rescuing 'Lone Gull', a yacht that has survived several 25-year crises and has had many adventures along the way. It is of course not just a tale of wood and metal made glorious by the skills of the craftsmen but more the story of the owners with their dreams and aspirations that peopled her. Includes Yachting Monthly articles by the designer of Lone Gull, Maurice Griffiths, about the boat and her history, and his experiences as her owner and designer.

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Added value:
Fine condition
Author(s):
Pickard, Stephen
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
095542433X
ISBN-13:
9780955424335
Number of pages:
204
Publisher:
Bosun

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About this item

This is the story of finding and rescuing 'Lone Gull', a yacht that has survived several 25-year crises and has had many adventures along the way. It is of course not just a tale of wood and metal made glorious by the skills of the craftsmen but more the story of the owners with their dreams and aspirations that peopled her. Includes Yachting Monthly articles by the designer of Lone Gull, Maurice Griffiths, about the boat and her history, and his experiences as her owner and designer.

Added value:
Fine condition
Author(s):
Pickard, Stephen
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2007
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
095542433X
ISBN-13:
9780955424335
Number of pages:
204
Publisher:
Bosun

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