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 NANALOA resting at West Mersea by Wyatt's slipway. She is an Air Sea Rescue launch from World War 2, 63ft Whale-back type, built 1940 by the British Power Boat Company. NANALOA has been at Mersea for several years.

From C. Stirling 30 May 2011:

What a very sad sight...probaby too late now. We in this country need stringing up for allowing this to happen. 

From Jamie Young 24 Se ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Old City & the Hard Cat2 Yachts and yachting-->Motor

NANALOA resting at West Mersea by Wyatt's slipway. She is an Air Sea Rescue launch from World War 2, 63ft Whale-back type, built 1940 by the British Power Boat Company. NANALOA has been at Mersea for several years.
From C. Stirling 30 May 2011:
What a very sad sight...probaby too late now. We in this country need stringing up for allowing this to happen.
From Jamie Young 24 September 2012:
She is far to gone now, another type2 HSL gone, it makes me sad, how many more are just rotting away up estuaries on sand banks ? Spitfires of the seas , eh? , and these boats saved lives, not took them.
Date: 1 June 2009      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Ian Clarke Collection
Image ID SHP_NAN_907
Category 1 Mersea-->Old City & the Hard
Category 2 Yachts and yachting-->Motor


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.