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LOWESTOFT, A new, traditionally built Norfolk reedlighter

A new, traditionally-built Norfolk reedlighter was officially launched on 21 May. The 23ft 6in (7.2m) marshman’s boat was commissioned by the How Hill Trust and built to the lines. Her larch planks were copper and bronze fastened to laminated iroko frames, with an oak centreline.

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