Wake of Hamble 
(ex Jeanne)

An Invited Friend of The Harrison Butler Association
Built by David Hillyard in 1934


Wake of Hamble

Wake of Hamble For Sale, Summer 2016 
Wake of Hamble
is up for sale on an Italian website - an excellent opportunity to grab a few photographs of this grand old lady. Originally called Jeanne, she became Wake of Hamble in 1951 under Dr Butterworth. She was reportedly refurbished to a good standard in Dalrymple in 1996.

Wake of Hamble Statistics
Built : 1934 by David Hillyard at Littlehampton, England
LOA : 34' 0"
LWL : 28' 1"
Beam : 9' 1"
Draught : 4' 6"
Displacement : 9 tons TM
Lloyd's Register : N° 163795
Signal Letters : MNPL

Wake of Hamble Custodians & Home Ports
James F Bryson & Michael AJ O'Connell(?-1980-?) Cowes, England
AR Turner (1974-1978-?) Cowes, England
CD Grace (1973) Plymouth, England
Rev Father D Gibson (1972) Plymouth, England
Mrs E Irene Richards (1971) Brixham, England
Wing Commander John W Grey (1969-1970) Hamble, England
James R Smith (1966-1968) Poole, England
RS Ball (1963-1965) Southampton, England
Stuart & Michael Mander (1961-1962) Southampton, England
Ronald Groves (1957-1960) Littlehampton, England
Dr EA Butterworth (?-1949-1956) Littlehampton, England
DH de Trafford (?-1947-?) Littlehampton, England
Keith Blamey (?-1939-?) Littlehampton, England
EM Fazan (?-1936-1937-?) Littlehampton, England

Wake of Hamble Links
For Sale, August 2016

Page last updated : August 2016


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