Year built: 1933
Built by: Nobles of Fraserburgh
Type: Motor zulu/fifie
The 42ft Ocean Pearl was fished out of Peterhead, Scotland, until the 1960s, and was later brought down to London for restoration. Here she languished for 20 years before being brought to Combes Boatyard in 1998. Work since has involved replacing around a third of her planking, over 30 frames and futtocks, the stem, apron, sternpost, keelson, decks and cabins. Although originally fished under motor, she isnow rigged for sail as a Manx nobby, with standing lug mainsail and mizzen.
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