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THE BOATS

The Trustees are indebted to Philip Simons and Terry Holtham for their kind permission to use details from the publication "A Guide To The Small Craft At Marchwood"

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43957 & 441341
The two 25ft Fast Motor Boats on display at Marchwood are of the standard Admiralty design which evolved from numerous types built by the well known boat builders pre-war.

ST-1502
Designed by the master of fast craft marine architects, George Selman, some 54 of this type were built as Mid craft by British Power Boats between 1940 & 1943.

5004
This page is under construction and currently shows pictures of 5004 being moved from the owners home to BMPT at Husbands Yard.

MTB-331
MTB 331 is the sole surviving 55ft Thornycroft stepped hull motor torpedo boat, and as such is quite unique.

S-130
This is the story of S-130, the last surviving German E-Boat from WWII. Called “E-Boats” by the British, these fast torpedo craft are more properly called Schnell-boote.

Husbands Shipyard
Husbands Yacht builders moved from Teddington on the Thames to Marchwood in 1928 to establish their yacht building company in this area.

 
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