In desperate need of attention – but yours for the price of a donation to the RNLIShe dates from the 1950s and is very much as she was originally, although somewhat worse from being left uncared for. Her present owner is happy to give the boat away to someone who has the time to restore her, with simply a generous contribution to the RNLI.  The boat is standing in Cumbria, near to the town of Barrow in Furness. Editorial Note: The Dauntless is a lightly-built, 20ft (6m) centreboard gunter-rigged sloop, built in clinker on Canvey Island to a Reg Patten design, between 1946 and the early 1970s.
Click on the link below to see a story taken from our March 2006 issue (CB213) about the restoration of a Dauntless.

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