Another British Powerboat Company MTB, she saw service under a Canadian crew. I inherited this boat when I purchased the mooring plot of 20 Riverbank. She had been sunk for many years and I had used the existing top cabin as a workshop facility. When the Heron broke in two, I loaded up this workshop with all the materials stored there. A month later, the Clive rent asunder from the extra burden and my old workshop suddenly boasted a floor on a 30 degree camber. Flushed with my moderate success salvaging the Verda, I took the rash decision to save this very badly compromised piece of naval history. Four years later and there is still much to do, but she no longer has a river running through her bilges, the superstructure has only a few annoying drips and I have learnt much on obscure cement technologies.