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Mako of Burnham

Mako of Burnham was built by Stebbings in 1959 and is an early example of an Alan Buchanan Brabant class sloop. She was originally built for Mr L.B. Dyball, of Poole, and she was sailed by her owner in the … Continue reading

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Brabant class

The Brabant class was designed by Alan Buchanan in the late 1950’s, and comprised of steel hulls from the Netherlands being shipped to Burnham-on-Crouch to be finished by Stebbings. Measurements vary slightly from one example to another and those shown … Continue reading

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Maid of Alderney

The steel hulled Maid of Alderney was built in 1958 and is an example of an Alan Buchanan designed 31′ Brabant class sloop. Below decks there was a double berth in forepeak and two single berths in saloon, and another … Continue reading

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