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SMOLT: Pro Gallery


Type:  Motor Yacht
Length:  39ft
Beam:  12ft
Boat Draft:  4ft 2ins
Displacement:  11.5 tons
Engine:  Not known
Boat Construction:  Carvel
Boat Builder:  Gibbs, Teddington
Year:  1936

Smolt is another of the boats collected by Tough Brothers at Teddington and taken down to Ramsgate on her journey to Dunkirk. After the war she found her way to Brixham in Devon where Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Hambrook found her. She was their home and they lavished on her all the tender loving care she was in need of until she was sold and taken down through the French canals.

In 1988 she changed hands and over the last few years Smolt has undergone a substantial restoration at a boatyard on the North East coast of England. She changed hands early in 2002.

Updated: 25/01/02

Further Information.

Thu, 03/06/2010 - 22:48

Smolt current situation

Smolt has just been offered for auction on eBay. She failed to make the reserve. Sadly, I was not in a situation to bid.

The details can be found at:

Mon, 04/06/2012 - 00:15

Where is Smolt at this time 4/06/2012

Pete Hambrook, My Dad once owned her.

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