Nenemoosha

1963

About Nenemoosha

Nenemoosha was built for the proprietor of a toy manufacturing company in London. She has remained on the River Thames since and is now with her fourth owner.

The name Nenemoosha comes from the vocabulary of Longfellow‘s “The Song of Hiawatha” and means sweetheart.

Nenemoosha’s launch specifications

650
1963
11.40m / 37’5”
8 knots
3.20m / 10’6”
1.00m / 3’4”
Nenemoosha
Nenemoosha

Propulsion

2 x General Motors X6 Type XDP 6.85, 60 bhp @ 3,000 rpm each
1 x Farymann 3.6 Kw

Capacity

750 litres / 198 US gallon
515 litres / 136 US gallon

Accommodation

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