This world war two vessel is a sixty foot 'Admiralty Seagoing Motor Boat': number 4195.
She was built in 1941 and is registered as 'Asco'.
This fine vessel has undergone an extreme restoration process; during the past eleven years, by her current owners. The majority of the restoration work took place in Saul Junction, near Gloucester, between 1999 and 2007.
During June 2007: the owners sailed Asco from Saul Junction, along the Gloucester - Sharpness canal, out onto the River Severn. They had to wait for the tide in Barry, before continuing on to Lundy Island. The weather was so calm and warm they decided to anchor off and enjoy Lundy for a day and a night. They sailed on to Padstow where they moored for four days: to enjoy the sights and wait for good weather, the forecast was predicting storms. They finally managed to make an escape; during a weather window, then sailed on for Falmouth.
Throughout Asco's, what was the maiden voyage following her restoration, she behaved impeciably as you would expect from one of these true ladies of the sea.
The owners have continued the restoration work in Falmouth; where she is almost back to her original state. There are a few modern accessories; especially regarding the navigational equipment.
Specification of the vessel is within the 'For Sale Details' area.