Together with an archaeologist who had examined the wreck a few years earlier, we had tried to find out more details. The best information we had was that from a correspondent who told us the vessel had been called Reflect. The vessel had been purchased from Clayton & Davis, ship breakers at Dunston, in the early 1950's. It was to have been a house boat at Ryton for the Sea Scouts but sank before it was converted.
In this year she was back in Lowestoft, registered as LT 294 and renamed 'Reflect'.
UPDATE - 13/08/2022
He tells me that the loss of the boat was caused by vandalism when rocks loaded to keep the vessel upright at low tide were moved onto her downslope side.
by Andy Curtis (3rd May 2021).