The Silver Arrow was built at Neutral Bay in Sydney in 1936 for a man named Mr J.B. Paul. During WW2 she was used by American forces to patrol the waters of PNG along with many other large vessels. She spent years cruising the Hawkesbury River in New South Wales before settling for many years in Salt Pan Creek South West Sydney. In 2002 a major rebuild was commenced at Beashel’s boatshed in Pittwater & is ongoing today. Silver Arrow now calls the Gold Coast home & the restoration is almost complete.
We were lucky to be able to us the Silver Arrow for our latest collaboraion with Helena Couture Designs. Spending the day on the water being creative is a day well spent!