Motor cruiser Sonbar
was built by Stebbings in 1947 to a design by J.H. Hardman. LOA is 33.6′; beam is 10.2′; and draft is 3′. She still has her original twin Ford Parsons D80 4-cylinder diesels. Stebbings built a number of cruisers to this design in the years after WW2.
Sonbar has been laid up afloat on the River Medway, but has been sold recently.
The 1968 Llloyd’s Register of Yachts listed the owner as Mr Rose of Poole and the home port as Kingston-upon-Thames. The photos above are from Wooden Ships brokerage, Dartmouth.
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