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Sorry I ´m maybe not on the right spot - but I did not found Lst and Found:Hi there,I´m a German living in Munich who bought a Wharram Narai MK IV from an italien guy in nothern Italy 35 Years ago. The boat is still allive and after some years in the Med she is now in Panama.I know that the boat was built in Whitby SoutEast England. The names of the Builder were Brian Priest and Brian Turner. Maybe it is nice for them to hear that the boat is still allive and what happened to her.The name is still the old : "Mara Noka".I sponsored with some Pounds a long time ago a small paperbook with tricks around to built a Wharram. In there I found the names of the buiders.Maybe you can help me or you know someone who can do it.If you can help me let me also know on my adress firstname.lastname@example.orgBest RegardsAndreas Joers
I am not aware of the builders, but maybe if you contact the Yacht Club in Whitby they can help you trace the builders, as Whitby is not a big town.
The people at the Yacht Club are really friendly, I have sailed there a few times and always had a warm welcome.
As an aside I used to live in Augsberg for two years and have very fond memories of the fantastic friends I made,a wonderful country. Tuss (sorry for the spelling I only know how to say it)
See below for contact details and web site.
E-mail: email@example.com (General Enquiries)
Telephone: +44 (0) 1947 603 623 (Answer Phone, or within club opening hours)
Post: Whitby Yacht Club, Pier Road, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 3PU