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Peter Bell
Norwich,UK
E-mail: p.r.bell#ntlworld.com
Welcome to Rose Rambler’s Guest Book, a place for comments, questions, reminiscences or whatever -- just so long as they are to do with the boat. If your message includes anything you’d prefer not to be made public, just tick "Make this post private" when signing.

Added August 28, 2007
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  After twenty-eight and a bit years and many sea miles since I bought her in 1983, Rose Rambler now has a new owner and is once again based on the River Orwell. For the time being at least I am continuing to maintain this web site and Guest Book entries remain welcome. 

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Richard & Tracey Clowes
Havssula. Falmouth
E-mail: havssula1@hotmail.com
Peter

Great to see Rose Rambler in such detail. My yacht is a Rambler (but not a Rose), drawing and displacing slightly more. She was built in 1966 from Iroko on Oak with a lead keel and bronze floors. She did an atlantic circuit in about 1984 with her then owner and is (hopefully) taking us around Britain and Ireland in about 4 years time.
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Jamie Campbell
Evening Flight, Great Yarmouth
E-mail: JCamp93857@aol.com
No idea how famous she was! Jamie
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steve Edington
Website: http://www.boatshedsuffolk.com
E-mail: steve@boatshedsuffolk.com
Hi Peter,
Good to meet you and "Rose Rambler", looking forward to getting aboard in the near future!
Regards
Steve
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Stephen Peters
E-mail: bdcpeters@btconnect.com

 

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Hans-Robert Joèl
no boat at present
E-mail: fishn.ships@yahoo.com

 

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Diana Jeuda
Jason of Beaulieu; Whitby
E-mail: diana@jeuda.new.labour.org.uk
Thank you for showing me round Rose Rambler when I was in Lowestoft in the summer. I have admired her whenever I have been in Lowestoft in the past. This was a moment that I had really hoped for! I loved the fact that she is quite unmodernised. I hope you have many more happy years with her. With very best wishes from a fellow Laurent Giles owner (as you know Jason is a Vertue) Diana PS Great website
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Allan Bowes
Jula - Oban
Website: http://www.westcoastboating.org
E-mail: allan@westcoastboating.org

 

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Tudor
Roach Pin Mill
E-mail: tudor@park-gate.net
Peter,

Well done on the site. You have tidied it up a lot and I am glad those photos came in handy. She is really looking gorgeous.
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Ron & Emily Mitchell
Tiare, Queensland AUS
Tiare is a sistership to Rose Rambler, built by ourselves in 1991. Previously had a Vertue class. First met Hum in the Atlantic in 1972.
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Peter Kittel
Tehani, Arica CHILE
"Time Capsule"
I had the good fortune to meet Humphrey Barton in December of 1969 in Grenada. I had just crewed across the Atlantic on the original 'Waltzing Matilda'. (She was lost at sea later that same season -- crew and skipper, Col. Robert Barry USMC ret., survived.) Ten days out from Tenerife we were overhauled by the Hiscocks in 'Wanderer IV' .........
'Hum' was by far the friendliest of all the great men of sailing I got to know over the years. He invited me aboard 'Rose Rambler' for tea/Eclipse Rum. I liked that boat better than all the fancy charter yachts in Grenada at the time.
HB told me that he'd sailed across the 'pond' 28 times - is that possible? Since then I have done some sailing of and on my own -- see website for details. You are welcome to participate in my 'whales and sails forum'. Keep up the good work!
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