Built in 1942 by Herbert Woods of Potter Heigham with 3x130 HP Perkins diesel engines and a wooden hard chine hull, MISTRA was originally an RAF Air Sea Rescue Pinnace and commenced operations in 1943 at No 4 ASR Unit at Wick in Scotland. She was passed from the RAF to the Admiralty in 1947 and sold to her first private owner in 1950. She was purchased by her present owner in 1994 for restoration to her original RAF colours and markings and use as a motor yacht.
World Ship Society British Armed Forces Small Craft Historical Society, Survivors Register, 1998
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