Peregrine for sale

  • 10 Aug 2016 10:29
    Message # 4181854

    Came across this, while browsing the boats for sale here in Norway:

    Peregrine for sale
    Last modified: 10 Aug 2016 10:30 | Anonymous member
  • 10 Aug 2016 13:30
    Reply # 4182070 on 4181854
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    For more about Peregrine, I suggest you look up JRA Magazine 48.

    Arne 

  • 11 Aug 2016 22:20
    Reply # 4185301 on 4181854
    Some lucky person is going to end up with a fantastic boat!  Sadly, no interior shots in NL48.
    Last modified: 11 Aug 2016 22:22 | Anonymous member
  • 11 Aug 2016 23:04
    Reply # 4185358 on 4185301
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
      Annie Hill wrote: Some lucky person is going to end up with a fantastic boat!  Sadly, no interior shots in NL48.


    I have some photos from inside Peregrine , from 2005. Then she was new, and quite basic inside. Hopefully they have fitted mattresses by now. I'll see what I find.

    Arne

      

    Last modified: 11 Aug 2016 23:47 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 13 Aug 2016 00:21
    Reply # 4187825 on 4181854
    Basic, but beautiful, Arne :-) 


    I see you can still get those little swiveling flags in Europe.  Easier than making a burgee stick.  They don't have them here.


    BTW. I like your new photo - you look very happy.
  • 13 Aug 2016 07:59
    Reply # 4188082 on 4187825
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Annie Hill wrote:Basic, but beautiful, Arne :-) 

     

    I see you can still get those little swiveling flags in Europe.  Easier than making a burgee stick.  They don't have them here.


    BTW. I like your new photo - you look very happy.


    Easy to look happy, Annie.

    It was on this year's first outing in Frøken Sørensen. The tiller brake had been improved and FS was steering herself.

    A.

  • 23 Aug 2016 12:55
    Reply # 4205466 on 4181854
    Deleted user

    i once sailed with the peregrine. 

    it's an absolute awesome boat.

    an eyecatcher.

    fast.

    easy to steer…
    (…well, okay, it takes sum effort…)

    unfortunately it was too big for me – i cannot imagine to sail it singlehandedly…

    however – i thing it's worth every single pence!

  • 11 Sep 2020 09:23
    Reply # 9227503 on 4181854

    Looks like this beautiful wooden boat is on the market again:

    woodenships.co.uk


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