Vanda Belle – a Frolic 21
A good example of the ever popular Frolic 21
A lovely example of the ever popular Frolic 21 originally built by the Steam and Electric Launch Company and then taken over by Stelco, subsequently by Creative Marine and now by Landamores of Wroxham. The attractive counterstern comes from the Victorian steamboat era.
This particular model has GRP hull and decks with an attractive new red canopy and matching ropes. She is moored under a boathouse roof in Henley on Thames. With the present owner she has overwintered ashore and has had many adventurous trips up the Thames to Lechlade.
EA licence and BSS current.