Pittwater Life February 2017 Issue


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intrigued when owner Paul

Lhuede approached him to

broker the sale.

“She has a lot of history,

and it got me thinking about

how great it would be to bring

back the Pittwater Regatta as

a local event,” he said.

David described Sea Rover

as a traditionalist’s boat.

“She has original fittings,

rigging and mast… she’s teak

on top with Australian hardwood

and Oregon planking,”

he said.

“Some time over the years

some luxury was added, with

a steering wheel and a Pittwater

cabin added – she sleeps

two, or four cosy on roll-outs.”

David said his phone

started ringing as soon as he

stuck a ‘For Sale’ sign on Sea

Rover and moored her off the

point of The Newport.

“It just goes to show the

interest in a piece of local

yachting history,” he said.

Inspections can be made by

phoning David on 9997 1674.

– Nigel Wall


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