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P29

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Category: Boats (In alphabetical order)
Forum Name: P29
Forum Description: Discussion on P29
URL: http://www.bmpt.co.uk/forum_posts.asp?TID=146
Printed Date: 21 January 2021 at 4:56pm


Topic: P29
Posted By: johnk
Subject: P29
Date Posted: 06 May 2006 at 3:43pm

Please see post under Patrol Boats

 

John Kempton 




Replies:
Posted By: VELO2
Date Posted: 25 May 2006 at 9:06pm

  Hello John, I have taken all the photo's of John L's boat ( about 300 ). It is in fact P22 not P29. John L. is certain it is P22 from documents and records. The starbboard engine is being replaced. This boat was based at Schierstein with the U.S. navy Rhine river patrol. To date, I have found about 7 boats still seaworthy. More info here http://www.flusspi.de/html/s-boot.htm - http://www.flusspi.de/html/s-boot.htm

Regards. Dave H



Posted By: Christian
Date Posted: 30 May 2006 at 7:03pm

Hello Velo and John

Is this the same boat for sale on Whitton Marine Brokerage?

Regards,Christian



Posted By: VELO2
Date Posted: 30 May 2006 at 7:17pm

Hello Christian,

Yes it is the same boat, but it is no longer up for sale.

Regards.

Dave H.  ( I took the photographs )



Posted By: johnk
Date Posted: 24 December 2008 at 8:23am
Hi all,
 
Just thought I should post, Velo 2 now on hard standing at Chatham Marina, quite an interesting lift but went well in the end, engines, gear boxes and donkey engine had to be removed plus anything not tied down. Apart from pressure wash and re-antifoul, and main reason for lift for insurance survey, John is removing the last doubling along the garboard strakes, quite a job as having to use gas axe as grinding not permitted to avoid dust blowing over boats in the marina. New plate work fitted earlier this year fine, although paint applied completley failing to adhere to the steel, however plate as shiny as day put on, down to grinding marks to try and key the surface, bit odd. Will take a few weeks, but then hull will be A1.
 
JohnK



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