A rare survivor of a little known class by the great Alfred Mylne. Designed in 1898 for the Royal Tay Yacht Club in Perth Scotland. Fully restored in Scotland over the past few years. Now ready to launch and race.
A Paul Gartside designed and built Oysterman half decker, long keel, built in glued double diagonal mahogany epoxied below the waterline. She has been set-up for single handing and has been very succesful in OGA racing with a generous sail area including a topsail and performs well in light or strong winds. Nanni 10hp inboard '09. Full set of sails. Always well maintained by her present owner who bought her in 1983.
A classic Swedish designed half-decked day sailer, mahogany on oak, copper fastened. Laid teak deck with mahogany cockpit coamings, coverboards and kingplank.
The present owner bought her in 2005 and she was re-launched in 2012 after a major refit.
A long keeled, modern version of a traditional design, built by a previous owner in Suffolk under the supervision of a surveyor. She is very attractive and a capable sea boat with the added advantage of a custom built road trailer. Yanmar inboard diesel, 2 berths, heads and galley. 2002 survey available.
Built for a Dutch client from the design by Selway Fisher design, she has a 2 masted gunter rig, centreboard and plenty of space for 6 people, storage and 2 to sleep under a boom tent. 9.9hp 4 stroke outboard. Built using marine ply glued with epoxy and the seams stitched and taped. Built in bouyancy tanks. 2 mainsails and a jib.
Good performance under sail but very stable. Road/launching trailer.
A traditional little cabin cruiser in pine on oak which had a lot of work done in 2003 by a previous boatbuilder owner. She is a capable boat and suitable for coastal cruising. She has a sheltered steering position, Yanmar 30hp diesel, 2 berths and heads.
An immaculately maintained daysailer with a Stuart Turner P5M inboard petrol engine. In present ownership since 1978, she is a perfect family sailing boat for river or sea sailing. She takes the ground with centreplate up and also has beaching legs. Comes with a launching/winter storage trailer.
Built approximately 1970 in Porthleven and used for fishing until recently. Larch on oak, copper fastened. Lister Alpha 30hp diesel currently being installed. Hydraulic unit to power the pot hauler driven off the front of the engine.
A very pretty classic daysailer, clinker built in pitch pine on oak, long keeled, and an excellent sea boat. Suited to single-handing or a large family. New sails, spars, inboard engine in 2003 and always well maintained in present ownership.
The Salcombe yawl is the classic local sailing dinghy, a One Design evolved in that port only and now fiercely competed by the 2-man crews many from far away from Salcombe.
This is one of the rare boats built with an engine, now removed and the yawl has been nicely restored.
She is now once again ready to race with the fleet.