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Join us on our travels around Europe aboard our Dutch Tjalk Francoise

  • Jill Budd

    After 6 years aboard our Narrowboat Matilda Rose in the UK, we took the plunge and shipped her across to Europe. After 2 years in Europe we knew we didn't want to return to the UK so took the plunge and purchased a 1902 20 mtr Dutch Tjalk called Francoise and are now continuing our travels of the waterways of Europe in a buxom wench

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New Bow Flash for Matilda Rose

Posted by contentedsouls on 30/01/2014

New Bow Flash

Somewhere in all the regulations, I think, I saw a requirement to have the ships name both on the stern and bow of the vessel, so whilst we were in for blacking last year Jill painted out our old bow flashes.

I did a little designing, and with a little help came up with these. Including delivery and VAT £35.

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2 Responses to “New Bow Flash for Matilda Rose”

  1. Brian said

    I thought you were going to say Jill painted them

    Like

  2. Jill here Brian – he’s too polite to say that he wanted it done before April and not sometime in the next 5 years!

    Like

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