Introducing Dionysia No.9

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Introducing Dionysia No.9

Post by Shorty »

Hi All,
I thought I would introduce our Prelude Dionysia, now that we have some photos and gallery access.

As you will see from the gallery Dionysia Gallery She is a work in progress, she has been sat on Coniston Water for a number of years unused. My intention is in the first instance to get her in a useable condition that will allow me to put her on Windermere this summer so that I can get some work done on the trailer as it is not very well setup for dropping in and out on a regular basis, as well as being of questionable legal state for towing. I am lucky enough to have access to a private berth with electric so can do a bit of tinkering while she is on the water too.

In the long run I would like to get her into a condition that will allow me to trail her and explore our coastline :-) As a family project its already turning out to be a fun activity. My gallery photos will show the work in progress and no doubt I will be referring to them to try to use the knowledge of you experienced forum members who have already been kind enough to answer some of my queries.
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Re: Introducing Dionysia No.9

Post by Jeremyfisher »

A labour of love, indeed. What a difference before and after!!

It will be worth it in the end.


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Post by Haris »

Well done
She looks so much cleaner. I hope that it all goes well and that you will get to enjoy her.
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