Lazy Days

Lazy Days

Boat Specification
Boat Name: 
Lazy Days
Boat Type: 
Motor Yacht
Boat Length: 
34ft 2ins
Boat Beam: 
8ft 8ins
Boat Draft: 
3ft 6ins
Boat Displacement: 
11.5 tons
Boat Engine: 
2 x 50hp Beta Diesels
Boat Construction: 
Larch on oak
Boat Builder: 
Cliff & Jones, Castleford
Boat Year: 
1930
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Built alongside the Aire and Calder Navigation in Castleford in 1930, it is believed that Lazy Days was attached to HMS. Wildfire during the Second World War.
At the time of Dunkirk, she is known to have been owned by by M.V. Lazarus and spent three days ferrying troops from East Beach amid fierce air attack. She returned to England with many of her ribs broken at the waterline.

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