TOKEN was built in 1948 by James Silver at Rosneath Boatyard, Argyll & Bute. Designed by John Bain, his first true motorsailer design, called Western Isles - one of two vessels of this design. Built for Rolls Royce, according to her log book.
At the time of registration, her interior remained very orginal, but the exterior had seen some wear so, in 2006, she was dry docked for works to be carried out, including replacement of some planking. Her original twin Dormans 4DSM engines are still with the vessel.
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Vessel offered for disposal, August 2020.
Built by James Silver of Rosneath, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Bought by Edward Donlad Boxall and Edward William Boxall from Hercules Engineering Co
Moored at Moody's Boatyard on River Hamble for use as liveaboard
Sold to new owner
Dry docked for work to be carried out including replacement of some planking
Offered for disposal, free to good home for restoration.
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