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Bonny Mary

Bonny Mary
Newlyn Harbour, Newlyn, Cornwall

The Bonny Mary was a 50 foot wooden fishing vessel owned by Newlyn fisherman Donald Turtle, who bought the boat after leaving the merchant navy and converted it for longline fishing. Once sold, the boat was eventually demolished as part of the government compensation scheme to cut back on fishing.

Filming Reports:

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23 Jun 1966: Filming on the Bonny Mary - Donald Turtle reflects on filming aboard his ship for The Smugglers.

General Details:

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Donald Turtle has written a book about his life, including the time with the Bonny Mary; it is called Gone Fishing... ...Fishing Gone (ISBN 0955010608).

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