WANDERER II – A Peek Down Below

WANDERER II – A Peek Down Below

The 39’ launch Wanderer II was built in 1965 by Owen Woolley in his boatyard on the Tamaki River.

Powered by a 100hp Ford diesel, she cruises at 8 knots. Current home is the Bay of Islands and thanks to Ian McDonald spotting her tme story we get to have a gander below.

More details and photos at the link below to a Oct 2020 WW story https://waitematawoodys.com/2020/10/21/wanderer-ii-2/

At the risk of ruffling Cam Pollard’s feathers – I include the two photos below to show / support my personal view on varnished coamings and the addition of a fly bridge 🙂

1 thought on “WANDERER II – A Peek Down Below

  1. Super example of the Woolley craftmanship & design. Would love to Have seen a pic of that lovely Meadows.
    With such a stable provenance, & only 4 owners, it speaks for itself, that she is great vessel. —
    Love to see the varnish back, to take her back to her original classic concept. — KEN R

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