Includes pictures from Paramour 2's launch on 11th. March- slightly lower key than nine years ago... no bacon butties!
Paramour 2 with newly fitted inflatable collar
Paramour 2 looking good with console and jockeys in, and tube fittings in place
I have been involved every step of the build; here final console layout is shown
Paramour 2's new Yamaha 200hp
New upholstery colours for Paramour 2
Paramour 2- build completed. At XS RIBs HQ on Wednesday 13th. February
Paramour 2 heading west! Pictured at Oxford Services on 14th. February
Paramour 2 is ready for launch on the slipway, Monday 11th. March.
Final checks before she goes into the water. Monday 11th. March.
Paramour 2 launch day, Monday 11th. March. Chris, Assist. HM and Mark.
Paramour 2, just after launch
Mum Christening Paramour 2, Monday 11th. March. Nine years since she did it last time. Photo'- Roger
Paramour 2 launch day, Monday 11th. March. Ania and me.
The first time I'm aboard Paramour 2 afloat!
Setting off for her first trip.
First trip, with family aboard. Photo'- Martin HM
Posing with Paramour 2. Photo'- Martin HM
Paramour 2 alongside at Mylor Yacht Harbour. Thanks Rich for the photo'
First action shot. Photo'- Sam Norman
Tom, Becky, Graham and Trish- winners of The lunch at Pandora Inn competition. Picture- Chris
First paddlers of the season
Jess and hens in Falmouth
The whole fleet of kayaks ready for a big group of paddlers, in May
Flags on the harbour yard arms, to mark the 75th. anniversary of D Day
Paramour 2's seating plan
Paramour 2 and St. Mawes Castle, July. Photo'- Sam Norman
Kayaks at Carricknath Cove, July. Photo'- Sam Norman
Paramour 2 in Restronguet Creek. Photo'- Jenny Bower
Paramour 2 with Lugo Buoy, and St. Anthony's Head in the background. Photo'- Sam Norman
The Lewis family, aboard Paramour 2
Disembarking at Trebah Beach, Helford. Thousands of American soldiers embarked from this very spot for The D Day Landings, in June 1944. Photo'- Amy Wilson
Paramour 2 alongside the pontoon at The Shipwright's Arms, Helford, September. Photo'- David Hofton
Take your four-legged friend for a paddle