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White Crest

Vessel Number: HV000109
Date: 1951
Previous Owner:
Vessel Dimensions: 10.97 m x 10.97 m x 3.66 m x 0.91 m (36 ft x 36 ft x 12 ft x 3 ft)
Classification:Vessels and fittings
WHITE CREST is a motor launch built in Sydney in 1951. It is an example of a medium-sized motor cruiser built by Lars Halvorsen Sons Ltd, one of their popular types that were built to a variety of lengths. WHITE CREST is a standard 36 foot type, and these were built for private buyers and the hire fleet at Bobbin Head.
DescriptionWHITE CREST was built at the Halvorsen's Ryde yard for RN Forster. It was given the Job Number 1008 and launched in 1951. It is planked in oregon and powered by a diesel engine.

The simple but elegant styling typical of many Halvorsen craft is shown off in an all white finish on WHITE CREST, which is in contrast to the usual varnished super structure of other Halvorsen designs. It also features a long cabin top overhang forward of the saloon and helm cabin glass front.

WHITE CREST has always been used as a private recreational motor cruiser.
Vessel Details
Cabin or superstructure material and construction:wood/fibreglass
Current status:floating
Current status:not on display
Current status:operational
Deck layout:cabin
Deck layout:decked with cockpit
Deck material and construction:wood/fibreglass
Hull material and construction:carvelcarvel-planked
Hull material and construction:timber
Hull shape:displacement
Hull shape:monohull
Hull shape:overhanging stem
Hull shape:plumb transomvertical transom
Keel/centreboard/rudder type:launch deadwood
Motor propulsion:diesel
Motor propulsion:inboard
Motor propulsion:motor vesselMV
Related materials:photos
Alternate Numbers

Vessel Registration Number: BYO4 Q

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