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These boats are offered for sale by OGA members. The OGA takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the descriptions and the seller should be contacted directly.

Displaying 1 - 12 boats of 48 total matching current filters.
Built: Portsmouth
25.00 ft Bermudan Sloop
Lying: Harwich

'Marynka' is a traditional wooden Bermudan sailing sloop with two-berth cabin, designed and built by Harry Feltham in 1950 at Portsmouth. Fitted with Yanmar YSE8 diesel engine.
LOD 25' Beam 9' Draft 4' Displacement 4.5t

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Built: Penryn/St
28.50 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Falmouth

A much admired traditional west-country gaff cutter (frequently said to be "the prettiest boat in the harbour"), 'Clearwater' is now for sale following an intensive upgrade, renewal and refurbishment programme carried out over the last few years.

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Built: Malpas
16.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: South Brittany

Oysterman 16 gaff cutter built  Bar Creek Yacht Station, 1979. Two berth cabin version, spirit stove, portapotti loo, Lombardini 8/10 hp diesel inboard engine (rebuilt 2014), full suit of sails including jack yard topsail. All in good order and fully equipped for cruising inc. Zodiac inflatable.

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Built: Essex
21.30 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Dartmouth

Successful racing and cruising yacht. John Leather design, built 1966. Decks, combings and interior all replaced by current owner in 2000. Sale now due to other boating commitments. LOA 25ft approx. LOD 21ft approx. Beam 8ft approx. Draft (plate up) 2ft (plate down) 4ft 6 inches.

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Built: Arnside
36.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Ipswich

At 36’ on deck, 11’ beam and about 5’ max. draft, 'Peggy' is one of the larger prawners, sleeping five in two cabins plus WC/washroom. Believed to be built around 1910 by Crossfields, Arnside, she worked out of Mayport with fishing no. MT13.

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Built: Brentford
22.00 ft Bermudan Sloop
Lying: Wrabness

'Zircon' is a Harrison Butler Z4 tonner, built 1938 by Alfred Lockhart of Brentford, Middlesex, no. 25 of the class. LOA: 22' Beam: 7' Draught: 4' Displacement: 4 Tons.

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35.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Titchmarsh Marina, Walton

Fishing no. LO178, Thames Bawley, built by Aldous of Brightlingsea, 1903. LOA: 35’ Beam: 13’ Engine: marinised Peugeot XLD 50hp. Twin hydraulic folding props. Good sail wardrobe. 9 berths. SMEV oven with 4 burners and grill. Heads with shower. Log burner/dual fuel stove with back boiler. Fridge.

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Built: Wivenhoe
20.42 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Brightlingsea

This is your chance to acquire a great family boat. A gaff cutter with a large self-draining cockpit for all the family plus a two berth cabin for the odd night away. Designed and built by Malcolm Goodwin, originally for his own family, Sara is No. 2 in the mini fleet of three.

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Built: Falmouth
28.58 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Bucklers Hard

Percy Dalton designed, Heard built, gaff pilot cutter/Falmouth working boat. Built in Mylor 1992. LOA 28’ 6”, LWL 26’ 5”, Beam 10’, Depth 5’ 1”, Draft 5’

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Built: St Columb,
23.83 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Kircudbright

Florence emerged after a two year complete refit inside and out as 'Daisy'. Like a Phoenix from the flames, she is now totally waterproofed, looks beautiful and sails like a dream.

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Built: Woodbridge
18.75 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Chichester

'Questina' is a home-built Golant Gaffer, designed by Roger Dongray and launched in 2002.

Her construction is cedar strip with epoxy hull, teak laid cockpit seats, bridge deck and sole. She has a Yanmar 1GM inboard. Sale includes a road trailer. Lying Chichester.

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Built: Boxted,
36.83 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Ipswich

37ft on deck, John Hanna design from 1924, built in ferro-cement, launched 1993. Decks pitch pine on oak. One double berth forward and two single berths aft, plus two in the saloon.

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