Duenna CK492 47ft Aldous built 1903

Smack 492CK S.W.H. with a lady standing in the shrouds.
S.W.H. stands for Sid, Will and Harry Myall and was skippered by Len Trim in the 1950s. She was first registered as CK492 27 November 1911, auxiliary engine fitted 1925.
Smack CK492 S.W.H. with stowboating gear. Date not know, but thought to be post war.
S.W.H. stands for Sid, Will and Harry Myall and was skippered by Len Trim in the 1950s. She was first registered as CK492 27 November 1911, auxiliary engine fitted 1925.
In the 1960s she was bought by Mr Lawrie Johns, renamed DUENNA and converted to a brigantine at Frost & Drakes boatyard.
DUENNA at Tollesbury. She was originally the smack S.W.H. In the 1960s she was bought by Mr Lawrie Johns, renamed DUENNA and converted to a brigantine at Frost & Drakes boatyard.
Photo courtesy of Trevor Green.
DUENNA at Woodrope Hard, Tollesbury. She was originally the smack S.W.H. In the 1960s she was bought by Mr Lawrie Johns, renamed DUENNA and converted to a brigantine at Frost & Drakes boatyard.
Photo courtesy of Trevor Green.
Brigantine DUENNA, formerly the smack S.W.H.
Back says “With thanks and Best Wishes to all at Frost & Drake. Julia and Lawrie”