Felisa @ Oneroa

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FELISA

Every so often you get sent a photo of a vessel & you just go ” where the hell did that come from”. Today’s launch was photographed last Sunday anchored in Oneroa, Waiheke Island by Lindsay McMorran & folks she is a complete stranger to me – any woodys able to put me curiosity to rest ?

UPDATE – that was fast it is Felisa & you can read all about her here , Harold Kidd has all the details 😉

https://waitematawoodys.com/2015/01/22/felisa/

4 thoughts on “Felisa @ Oneroa

  1. Hi guys, we’re the current owners of Felisa. It is so nice that people are interested in her. We have owned her since Dec 1999, and she has been moored in the Tamaki River all that time. She has been slowly restored over that time (still incomplete) and is looking great. We posted her history on this site a few months ago. We’ve been a bit tardy with getting a decal for the stern…but should have something soon.

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  2. She is or was called FELISA, – have known her since new, – & was built for Stan Blundell of Fisher & Blundell boat & ship hardware supplies merchants in Newmarket around 1949 was designed for him by his cousin as a motor sailer & is looking wonderfully still more or less original & was originally kept at the bottom of Stan B’s garden off Pt Chev on the Meola Creek side, & was recently (2015) moored on a pile mooring in the Tamaki River. Refer original post on 22.1.2015 — KEN R

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  3. Mystery launch is Felisa which was built for my father Stan Blundell in 1949 by Philip Barton in St Marys Bay. She was featured ww about a year back.

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