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Postby aukepalmhof » Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:50 am

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The wooden hulled JACQUELINE DENISE was built by J. Borrey at Oostende for Ch. Lenaers and J Borrey.
1939 Laid down.
Fishing No O 72.
Tonnage 12.01 nrt, 3.67 net.
Powered by an Anglo Belgian Corporation diesel of 34 hp.
1942 Completed. In use as a shrimp boat.

1946 Owner given as Charles Lenaers.
04 September 1951 sold to Dies Klaas at Terneuzen, Netherland thereafter used making sailing trips in the waters of the province Zeeland with paying guests.
In 1991 she was found in a neglected condition by Peter Sabbe, and he brought her in June 2005 to Blankenberge, Belgium for restauration, at that time she was more a wreck than a vessel.
The restauration was undertaken by the yard of Traditionele Scheepsbouw Vandamme Hutsebaut in Zeebrugge, who finished the job in about a year.
2016 She is now operated by VZW De Scute in Blankenberge and used as a sailing vessel.

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Belgium 1953 80+ 20c sg1442 she is the second vessel from the left
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