Designed in 1948 by Uffa Fox as a smaller version of his highly successful Flying 15. Built in 2017 by Johnson and Loftus of Scotland, she is a work of art and a real example of top quality boat building. She won Best in Show at the 2017 RYA Dinghy Show. She comes with a road trailer and all over cover so is a complete package ready to be sailed away.
Based on an Ian Proctor National 18 hull, built for the present owner by Bourne Plastics. Fitted with a custom deck layout and an easily managed modern Lugsail yawl rig with carbon fibre spars. Proved to be a very fast boat for classic regatta racing and coastal cruising with overall wins at Fowey and Falmouth classic yacht events. Comes with a full cover, road trailer, ground tackle and a tender. Perfect for someone looking to get involved in the classic regattas without the cost of a large yacht but still with the ability to win trophies.
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. 2013 Survey available.
Built by Edgar Cove of Salcombe as a sailing launch. This is an unusual concept for a boat and very practical as she has a modern powerful inboard diesel plus a manageable gunter sailing rig making her very flexible. She is a stable and comfortable boat, capable of sailing at sea as well as inland rivers. Recent refit with all new cosmetics. Very pretty, unusual and well built boat in ready to sail condition.
Built by the Falmouth Marine School under professional supervision, she is based on the traditional Sennen Cove Lugger and was one of a number of boats built by the college. Larch on oak hull, long keel, 2 masted with dipping lug on the mainsail and standing lug on the mizzen. Inboard Beta diesel, two rowing positions. A solidly built stable boat but light enough to be towed. Ideal for exploring estuaries or inshore sailing in summer.
Pretty river launch with a GRP hull built in Bristol in 1986. Originally fitted with a steam engine she was converted to diesel in 2004 with a 3cyl Perkins fitted. Fitted out in varnished mahogany trim with comfortable seating for 8 people. Well maintained and ready to go. Comes with a road trailer and fitted winter cover.
Cold moulded sailing and rowing dinghy built to the lines of a 1970's big yacht tender. Cold moulded kaya mahogany, west epoxied and 2 pack varnished makes her very lightweight and strong. Fitted with normal rowing position plus she has carbon fibre outriggers and sliding seat converting her to a proper rowing skiff. Sailing rig on a veneered carbon fibre mast. Attractive and practical sailing dinghy, suitable as a yacht tender or simply for weekend enjoyment.
Built in Newhaven as a beach boat for fishing the inshore waters of the Sussex coast. Generous beam and heavy construction make her ideal for use in open water. Well maintained in long professional ownership, trailer sailed in Scotland and Cornwall. Complete with 4hp outboard and galvanised road trailer so she can be used easily. A fun and attractive day boat in nice solid condition.
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.
Designed by the Selway Fisher company, she was built for a Dutch client in 1998. Hull constructed of epoxy glued plywood, stitched and taped with sheathed plywood deck structure. 2 mast gunter rig, built in buoyancy and comfortable seating for 6. complete with a trailer and 9.9hp Yamaha outboard, she also has a boom tent and can be used for camping. Very stable with good performance, a cracking lightweight boat for exploring rivers and coasts.