Lena Reekie’s Nautibits shop is back in business

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Lena Reekie’s Nautibits back in business

Lena Reekie’s Nautibits back in business Lena Reekie’s Nautibits back in business Lena Reekie’s Nautibits back in business

Back on line, finally, I have good news to share. Bob Telford has been in touch to say that Lena Reekie’s little shop at Iron Wharf has been refurbished and is back in business. So now there’s another reason to visit Faversham – in addition to the attractive old town, sheltered creeks, legendary boatyards, brilliant pubs and great beer, there’s now a cracking little shop selling second-hand bits and pieces of interest to classic boat nuts and low-budget sailers generally. You can bet I’ll be there as soon as I can make it.

If you are planning a visit, Iron Wharf is on the eastern side of Faversham Creek. While you’re there, check out John Copper’s bookshop, and the boats for sale at Cardinal Brokerage. From the Cardinal site, I can see there are some interesting boats on their books, including lifeboat conversion RNLI 47, a Belgian barge, an Alan Buchanan-designed 27ft East Anglian Sloop and a fiberglass-hulled Vertue II. Anyone out there drooling yet?

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2 thoughts on “Lena Reekie’s Nautibits shop is back in business”

  1. Glad to see you back on deck Gav. Cute shop, suitably Steptoish outside. An old railway goods wagon i'd guess? Like the string of wooden blocks, I make my own as I need them.

    jeff

  2. Hi Lena

    Pleased to hear your Nautibits is open again, what a great place. All the best and hope to see you before too long.

    Best regards

    David White

    Santiago-Chile

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