The Association lost track of Wendy when she commenced a circumnavigation of the globe in the early 1980s. However, in 2014 she was spotted in Turkey and the above photograph taken. From the Association archives, I've ascertained that she is built to the Askadil design. I was particularly delighted to find a pen and ink drawing of her, reproduced below. The name Wendy can be seen on the stern.
Nigel Flower, who's father, Eric, was her custodian during the war years tells me that Wendy had a particularly successful regatta in 1939, winning a number of races. He'd love to know more about where Wendy is now.
Built : 1934 by WA King & Son Ltd, Middlesborough
LOA : 29' 4"
LWL : 25' 0"
Beam : 8' 5"
Draught : 4' 9"
Displacement : 8 tons TM
Lloyd's Register : N° 160743, Middlesbrough
Wendy Custodians & Home Ports
AB & PW Silcock (1973-1980-?) Farlie
William Mackenzie Abbott MB CH B (1967-1972) Portsmouth, Farlie
Peter Kiely (1965-1966) Hamble
David R Briggs (1958-1964) Hamble
WH Lindsey (1953-1957) River Crouch
F Howard Gresham (?-1947-1953) Middlesbrough
Eric C Flower (?-1939-?) Bridlington
F Sampson Moulson (1937-?) Middlesbrough
Norman King (?-1936) Middlesbrough
• None found (August 2016)
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