MY VERA II is a motor cruiser of timber carvel construction with a hull of pitch pine and has twin BMC diesel engines. She was built by J Husk & Sons of Wivenhoe in 1934.
It is believed that she was shipped to Ireland during the Second World War and later became Myvera, although launched as Motor Yacht Vera II.
In 1947 she was moored in Rochester on the River Medway and affiliated to the Rochester Cruising Club. She was moved to moorings in Shoreham, Sussex, in 1948 and then onto the Thames where she was kept at Tough's Boatyard, Teddington. She was affiliated to the British Motor Cruising Club and the Little Ship Club. Later in the '50s she moved upriver to Tagg's Island and was affiliated to the Upper Thames Motor Boat Club.
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Built by Husk & Sons of Wivenhoe as a motor cruiser with Bergius paraffin engines
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