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Historic Boat Collection - Amaryllis

Amaryllis is a wooden motor-cruiser. Her original name was Teal. She dates from 1954 and is constructed from mahogany planking on oak frames. She has a round bilge, which is typical for this type of craft. She was powered by a 7hp Morris Vedette engine.

Amaryllis has been restored to her former glory and is on display as part of the Life on the Cut exhibition on the upper floor of the Island Warehouse at Ellesmere Port.

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