A Classic Launch built by the British Motorboat Company of London in the early 1930's, came from the Thames to a Scottish estate as a fresh water fishing boat and then to Tarbert to be completely refurbished in 2002.
Built of mahogany.
This classic motor launch comes with a Yamaha Malta 3HP 2 stroke outboard and substantial galvanised road trailer.
Cruised by the current owner in Loch Fyne since her refurbishment she now only needs some varnish/paint work to be ready to go.
|LOA||: 17' 6" (5.3m)|
|Engine Type||: Outboard|
|Engine||: Yamaha Malta 3HP 2stroke|
|Location||: Loch Fyne, Argyll|
This boat is no longer for sale and remains here solely as an information resource for those researching Classic Launch's.
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visited and photographed by Claire France and Robert White for Western Horizon Yachts, Scotland
Listing started in April 2010
This boat is no longer for sale, but you are welcome to contact us with any questions you have about it or similar boats.
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