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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 21 total matching current filters.
Built: Bridgend,
24.00 ft Gaff Yawl
Lying: Yealm Estuary, Newton Ferrers

Traditional gaff rigged yawl built in 1997 by Bridgend Boat Company and designed by Martin Eyre, excellent for estuary and coastal cruising. Effective development of gaffer theme, amazingy spacious whilst having good performance.

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Built: Essex
21.30 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: River Itchen

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: Mylor
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: North Fambridge

Hull built 1984, 28’ LOD, c. 5’ draught. Gaff cutter with large ‘racing’ rig, stowable bowsprit c. 13.5’. Originally built for racing, sail number (42) is Falmouth racing number. Cabin added later for cruising use.

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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: St Helens,
14.00 ft Gunter Sloop
Lying: Cobnor, Chichester Harbour

'Phoenix' is a Woodnutt 14 dinghy believed to date from circa 1960. Woonutt's boatyard at St. Helens, Isle of Wight, burnt down in mid 1960s. She is an Old Gaffers Dayboat eligible for The Dinghy Cruising Association. Hull length 14ft, LOA 15ft.

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Built: Rock
22.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Bosham

Beautiful, lightly used Cornish Crabber 22, built in 2004 to the usual high spec. by Crabbers of Rock. Coco is in excellent condition, lying ashore in Bosham, West Sussex. She has the benefit of the Yanmar GM 20 engine, regularly serviced and winterised.

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Built: Belvedere
19.00 ft Gaff Cutter
Lying: Faversham

Itchen Ferry smack designed and built by Dan Hatcher in 1860. Known as King Dan’s masterpiece, ‘Wonder’ is a joy to sail and is admired wherever she goes. Completely restored, with full set of racing sails. She was winner of the OGA East Coast Race in 2011 and 2013.

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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: Abergele
15.50 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Rhos-on-Sea

Iain Oughtred designed ‘Whilly Boat’ based on traditional double ended Shetland workboats. Constructed of ply and epoxy. Can be rigged as standing lug or gunter (sails and spars for both included). Length 14’6”, beam 4’7”.

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Built: Lymm
19.00 ft Gaff Sloop
Lying: Beaulieu

Memory 19 - This gaff-rigged GRP daysailer is the perfect introduction to the thriving world of gaff sailing. Built c.1980, ‘Little Millie’ is the open cockpit version, with lifting hatch access to cuddy below the foredeck.

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Built: Mylor Bridge
28.00 ft Gaff Cutter

Heard 28 Falmouth Work Boat. Gaff cutter, built Mylor 1988 GRP 28’ LOD, 5’ Draught, Lifting Bowsprit, Yanmar 3GM rebuilt 2011.

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19.33 ft Gaff Schooner (2 masts)
Lying: Kippford, Solway Firth

Lying undercover SW Scotland. FY3 is a one-off, SSR No 93916. She's am Old Gaffers Dayboat eligible for The Dinghy Cruising Association, full camping inventory including camping cover and road trailer.

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