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Does anyone own Baby Seal?

Hi. Does anyone own Baby Seal? I would love to hear that she is still around. My Uncle, John Berry of HM Coastguard in Margate,...
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A3 Andana and A137 Baby Seal

This photo was found in my late Uncles records. He owned Baby Seal and look like this might be a rare photo of A3...!
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First owner

My father Dr Francis George Elvins was the first owner, from 1960 until 1971 when he died. He kept her moored on Wareham Quay, Dorset...
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Winter Quarters, 2021/22

This is a late, but nevertheless. Helene was lifted on 18 October 2021 at Mistley Marine on the River Stour in Essex. It proved to...
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Atlantic crossing A115 moves South with new owner

We are delighted to hear that A115 'Mara' has been sold. Her new owner has moved her to the South Coast to complete her restoration....
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Enjoy Our Renewed Home Page

If you use the AOA Website regularly you will have noticed a big change to the Home Page. Below are some thoughts which might help...
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A sad day for A179 Emma Duck

A small team visited Rye last week to rescue parts from A179 Emma Duck before she is destroyed. The Secretary and Committee have worked hard...
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Duckling Worlds 2022 – You should have been there

The first ever Duckling World Championships were held at Bosham Hoe after the Uffa Fox 50 event. The weather was kind and the Currey did...
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The Atalanta Owners Association (AOA) supports members and potential members in sailing, maintaining and restoring the Fairey Marine's yachts and tenders - Atalanta, Titania, Fulmar, Atalanta 31, Fisherman, Dinky and Duckling. We hope that you enjoy our site.
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