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Edme
Edme
St Osyth - Essex
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Official No. 105425, 50 ton. Built of wood at Harwich in 1898 by Cann

Built by Canns of Harwich in 1898, and named after the EDME Company (English Diastatic Malt Extract), situated at Mistley Quay, Essex, who are still in production today.

Her present owners took her on in 1989 and have enjoyed considerable success in the annual East Coast Barge Races, taking the annual accolade of ‘Champion Barge’ many times since her arrival on the race circuit in 1992.

Being one of only three engineless barges sailing today, she takes pride in her sailing skills. With little alteration since she was built, her large cargo hold below deck, makes for a great open space. She is kitted out with comfy sofas, a ‘Galley’ and a very large dining table. Berths are situated at either end of the barge.

Visit her website to learn about her latest news and charter opportunities –www.edmebarge.com/

Based at St Osyth, Essex

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