South Cumbria Cumbria UK|
Built 1930s, Rosneath on the Clyde the vessel is 30ft 6 inch x 9ft beam x3ft6in draught.
Silverette is a remarkably fine surviving example of 1930s British motor yacht designing and building: testimony to the quality of design, materials and work done by the Silver yard when it was a pioneering exponent of production boatbuilding.
Construction is larch on oak ,BMC,4 cylinder petrol engine
Large section of planking has been replaced this is an ongoing restoration project .
This is a limited addition.
Only Twelve remaining in the world.
|Vessel type:||Motor launch|
|Fit Out:||Under restoration|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Morris vaddette|
|Fuel type:||Petrol (Gas)|
|Drive type:||Stern drive|
|Length over all:||30' 6"|
|Maximum draft:||3' 6"|