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Old 09 March 2011, 08:40   #1
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Hi all ,just a long shot,i am seeking out history of my Sib THE EARL OF PEMBROKE. I know it was used for two tall ships THE EARL OF PEMBROKE and KESALOT? these type of sibs are used on tugs for MOB craft, were made for millitary use by a company in Wales (ML Lifeguard Equipment Ltd )
she was made in 1984 ML Lifeguard IB395 and a Johnson 9.9HD used on them,hope some one can help ,company does not exist anymore HOW MUCH DO YOU THINK ONE OF THESE WOULD OF BEEN NEW? A picture of a newer one,the last picture is one sold on e bay,don t know what it went for it has a 40hp Marinar on the back,any other pic's most welcome,im trying to get her back to original if i can,MANY THANKS, Shane
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Old 10 March 2011, 13:36   #2
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Oh well thats a firm NO then,lol,worth about tuppence
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Old 10 March 2011, 14:03   #3
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Sorry mate can't help with the Sib, but...
The other tall ship you mentioned is the Kaskelot, usually moored here too along with Phoenix.
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Old 10 March 2011, 15:07   #4
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According to Companies House: ML Lifeguard Equipment Ltd changed its name to Lifeguard Equipment Ltd, are still a registered company and submitted accounts and annual returns last year.

They are registerred at the same address as Survitec and RFD Beaufort - not sure that will help (I assume they have been swallowed into the Surviitec Group).
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You could give Square Sail http://www.square-sail.com/ a call, might have some info.
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Fantastic info gents,thankyou very much
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Just got back from my usual Sunday morning stroll to Charlestown and saw this,
assume this is the successor to yours.
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Just got back from my usual Sunday morning stroll to Charlestown and saw this,
assume this is the successor to yours.
Thats excelent many thanks,both tall ships
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