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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    Storm and Nightfall20170221_18045582.jpg

    Hi Bryony

    I guess this photo is either yours or (the late) David Cade's copyright, but a great historic photo of Nightfall & Storm together in mid 90's.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    Thank you for this photo, it is a picture of her before she was restored - what a mess. she looked. I wanted to add some photos of the stove we installed which might be of interest to you but as I'm new to this forum I not sure how! We are so impressed in your hard work to find a Jacktar No1 stove, I'm really amazed - and quite envious. I could email you some photos of Nightfall if you are interested you could contact me through my husbands website: martyn mackrill.co.uk Where is Storm kept? How long have you owner her?

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    Bryony - I'll contact via Martyn's website.

  4. #14
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    20190315_161031 (2).jpg

    Returned today refurbished.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    Gosh, that looks good.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    That looks really beautiful. are you going to put it in Storm?

  7. #17
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    Bryony, yes, hopefully very soon. We're at the stage you were many years ago with Nightfall, Storm will need a total rebuild within a few years. We sailed her relentlessly on the east coast last year, up to 80 pump strokes per hour from 20 previous three seasons. Hull repairs currently been done. I'm working to MG's 1931 plan layout, so bulkhead and bunks have gone, and once we've looked at a few keelbolts and frame bolts, the re-building can begin, on what is an exercise to try and get the internal layout right, ahead of Brian Kennell & Shaun White rebuilding her.

  8. #18
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    May 2003
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    All the fun will go if you stop the leaks!

  9. #19
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    Oct 2001
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    Oxfordshire. Boats Maldon and Hamble
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    I was a couple of boats up from Nightfall in Downs Road Boatyard when she came up for sale 70/71 I think, had a look at her but Dickie who had the yard then told me she needed a lot of work, bought by a chap who moved on with family, paid, I think, a grand, quite a bit of money then, seem to remember they lived on her for five years.

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Jack Tar No.1 stove

    Nice...I've got a stove pipe in the garden I found on an unknown wreck a while back, wonder if it's off one of those.

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